ABOUT US

The Rutland Hotel is Sheffield’s largest independent hotel and has built an outstanding reputation for personal service over the last 40 years. It is a hotel with character, comfort and style, a unique combination of traditional Victorian character and contemporary design.

The hotel offers modern bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, tea and coffee making facilities, iron, ironing board and a hairdryer. The hotel offers complimentary WIFI both in the functions rooms, restaurant and bedrooms.

The Rutland Hotel Restaurant offers a superb local menu in elegant surroundings overlooking the hotels gardens. Dishes include a selection of Sheffield pies, Rutland favourites and a weekly specials menu. The bar and lounge area serves a selection of beverages and snacks, and has a plasma-screen TV. The Rutland Hotel has fully equipped conference and banqueting rooms that accommodate up to 100 guests.

Just outside Sheffield centre, The Rutland Hotel is close to Sheffield University, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield Children’s Hospital and Western Park Hospital. The Botanical Gardens and the Western Park Museum are 10 minutes walk away, and there are a number of golf courses within 20 minutes’ drive. Ideally located for both work or pleasure.

Please note due to the Victorian design of the building we do not have a lift at the hotel – our dedicated porter staff are always on hand to assist you with any luggage to the bedrooms. Ground floor rooms are also available on request.

The Hotel has two car parks with up to 35 car parking spaces, one on Glossop Road and one on Broomfield Road, Parking charges apply. £5 per night, up to £15 for 3 nights or more. Please note for access to the hotel with no stairs the car park on Broomfield Road should be used.

The Rutland History

The hotel use to be made of 6 houses with another house being across the road from the hotel on Broomfield Road, this was the Greggs School of Shorthand which was then converted into a conference venue for the hotel and is now sold and is now Private Flats.

The 6 Houses of which 4 are on Glossop Road and 2 on Broomfield Road have been cleverly joined together by link bridges and an extension back in the 60’s. The hotel was made up of lots of single rooms more than likely to accommodate the business people working for the steel and engineering companies. Now some of the single rooms have been combined to make larger executive rooms. The hotel had 90 bedrooms and now boasts 63 en suite rooms from Singles and Doubles to Executive rooms and 2 suites.

The hotel has kept its old character but has been bought into the modern day. The most obvious addition from the outside is the Conservatory which is now the Restaurant and Bar area.