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East Midlands Airport Accommodation and Parking

If you're looking for an East Midlands airport hotel with a great value parking deal then look no further: the perfect trip starts here. Simply park and stay a night at Holiday Inn Derby-Nottingham, then travel well rested.

The Holiday Inn Derby-Nottingham is situated just 8 miles from East Midlands Airport, approximately a 20 minute taxi drive from the Hotel.

Relax and unwind the night before your trip with our Park, Stay and Go package which includes accommodation and on site car parking. Transfers to and from the airport will cost approximately £25.00 each way in a taxi.

Get off to a flying start and begin your holiday a day early with Holiday Inn's Park, Stay & Go.

Park Stay & Go East Midlands Airport

There are a range of Park, Stay and Go packages available at Holiday Inn Derby-Nottingham including 4, 8 and 15 day parking.

To check rates and availability follow the relevant link below:

Hotel with 4 days parking

Hotel with 8 days parking

Hotel with 15 days parking

Unlike some other British airports, East Midlands Airport can be tricky to access by rail. The nearest station, East Midlands Parkway, is several miles away, and although taxis regularly operate from the station to the airport, the shuttle bus service no longer runs. For most passengers, the easiest way to get to East Midlands will be by car. Although it allows the driver maximum control over the schedule, travelling to an airport by car comes with its own challenges. Unpredictable traffic can lead to near misses or even missed flights, and airport parking is not always easy or convenient.

One way to get around the challenges of East Midlands Airport parking is by using a hotel Stay & Go package. Stay & Go allows passengers to spend the night before their flight at a nearby hotel and take a cab to the airport in the morning, avoiding any possibility of traffic delays. They can then depart with peace of mind, knowing that their cars will be safe in the hotel's parking area. A calm evening in a comfortable hotel is a major improvement on the usual nervous last night before a journey.

Ideal for park and stay

Unlike some other British airports, East Midlands Airport can be tricky to access by rail. The nearest station, East Midlands Parkway, is several miles away, and although taxis regularly operate from the station to the airport, the shuttle bus service no longer runs. For most passengers, the easiest way to get to East Midlands will be by car. Although it allows the driver maximum control over the schedule, travelling to an airport by car comes with its own challenges. Unpredictable traffic can lead to near misses or even missed flights, and airport parking is not always easy or convenient.

One way to get around the challenges of East Midlands Airport parking is by using a hotel Stay & Go package. Stay & Go allows passengers to spend the night before their flight at a nearby hotel and take a cab to the airport in the morning, avoiding any possibility of traffic delays. They can then depart with peace of mind, knowing that their cars will be safe in the hotel's parking area. A calm evening in a comfortable hotel is a major improvement on the usual nervous last night before a journey.

Kids stay and eat free

With the costs of travelling mounting up quickly, especially for families, we've made our Park, Stay and Go packages easier on your bank balance with our kids stay and eat free* deal.

We offer an excellent range of family bedrooms a modern restaurant that serves a full English breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Book online now or call 0871 942 9094.

Things to do near the airport

Like many British airports, East Midlands Airport began life as a military installation. RAF Castle Donington closed down after the end of the Second World War, but the site remained available. In 1964, a group of government agencies bought it to serve as a passenger and cargo airport for the expanding cities of the East Midlands, and in 1965 it opened for passengers.

Today, East Midlands Airport handles millions of passengers every year. 4.1 million people travelled through the airport in 2012. In addition to passenger flights, East Midlands also handles a large number of cargo aircraft. In fact, it is the UK's second-busiest cargo airport, second only to London Heathrow. The airport also incorporates a small open-air museum, East Midlands Aeropark, which showcases historic British aircraft.

For passengers who choose park and stay, East Midlands airport is an ideal choice. The nearby cities of Derby, Leicester and Nottingham offer great ways to pass the last afternoon before departing. The region has much to offer the history lover: Leicester's Roman baths are among the finest preserved Roman ruins in the country, while the historic Saint Nicholas's church and guildhall connect the modern visitor to daily life in the middle ages. The art and history museum of Nottingham Castle is another worthwhile stop, while Derby's quiet, intimate Cathedral Quarter is a wonderful place to spend a relaxing final evening before departing on an exciting holiday.

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