How to party in Hull
As next year’s UK City of Culture and hosts of the illustrious art award The Turner Prize, how to party in Hull might be a question you've thought about. Well, Hull has a lot to look forward to in 2017. With so much to celebrate, it will come as no surprise that visitors to this city, which lies on the River Hull, may well be looking for somewhere to party the evenings and nights away. Needless to say, there are plenty of bars, nightclubs and pubs in the area to satisfy most clientele.
How to party in HullThe Welly Club on Beverley Road offers three designated areas of different music genres, themed nights and guest DJs. For a sophisticated evening of live entertainment on weekdays and a ‘Paparazzi’ night on Saturdays, Lizard Lounge is located right in the city centre, where you can be the A-list star for the night! Sugar Mill Night Club, Dagger Lane, is set over three floors, each representing a different genre of music, from dance and disco, to chart and R&B. It aims to please everyone and is noted for its décor and very comprehensive range of cocktails. If you feel like experiencing somewhere a little more traditional and located in the historic part of the old town, Ye Olde Black Boy is a good place to try for a typical British pub atmosphere. Hull has a lot to offer if you are looking for an entire day of culture, live entertainment and dance-all-night partying. Staying at Hallmark Hotel Hull, you will be impressed with the views of the Humber estuary and iconic bridge. Our brasserie offers continental-style outdoor seating areas, as well as a relaxing wine bar, which is open 24 hours for hotel guests. Fundamentally, following a night out in Hull, our contemporary, elegant rooms have everything you want – a beautiful, warm and welcoming bed.
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