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Our Top Choices For A Night Out In Sheffield City Centre

Sheffield is a great place for a night out as the possibilities are endless for where to start and finish your night. For instance, speaking strictly city centre there are all the top clubs, pubs and restaurants. So to help you have the perfect night out, we have devised a list of all the best places to eat, drink and socialise.


  1. The best restaurant for the City Centre is without a shadow of a doubt BB’s Italian Restaurant on Division Street. It sells arguably the best Steak in Sheffield and is more than reasonably priced. The restaurant has a relaxed, friendly atmosphere and the staff are all very welcoming.
  2. The next is Piccolino’s and this is a very, very close second. Serving up some of the best food in the city centre and have one of the best interiors for a restaurant in the whole of Sheffield. The recommended meal here is certainly the Pizza Piccante.
  3. Third on the list is Brown’s. A small restaurant located near the peace gardens that is very popular on a night out. Selling not only delicious food, it is also very popular due to its array of drinks. Unlike the other two on the list, Brown’s is popular at all times of the day due to people going in for coffee or a general drink. The meal recommended here: Browns classic Burger. It is divine!

Bars and Clubs:

  1. Revolucion De Cuba is certainly one the trendier places to visit and this is largely down to its exceptional atmosphere. It has live bands playing on a weekly basis and an unbelievable selection of cocktails. Definitely a place to visit for a night to remember.
  2. Closely behind is The Wick at Both Ends. Renowned around Sheffield for its wide array of real ales and stunning selection of classic cocktails this pub is one place to visit when going a night out around Sheffield.
  3. Last but not least is Be At One. A lovely bar with a London nightclub feel to it and has a late night license meaning you can party later than the standard bar! Boasting the best selection of cocktails in Sheffield whilst having barstaff trained to the highest ability to make your night of cheeky cocktails that little bit special.

3 Restaurants in Sheffield Perfect for Valentines Day




1)    browns bar & brasserie

Blending European brasserie dishes and timelessly elegant surroundings, Renowned for indulgent twists on classic comfort food recipes, Browns has offered trademark favourites since 1973, as well as choices from the specials board or the market fresh fish of the day. Showcasing striking design features and historic or listed buildings, Browns restaurants are a refined yet relaxed dining spot.

2)    Piccolino

Located in Millenium Square, Piccolino prides itself on serving the best and freshest Italian cheeses, meat, seafood and seasonal produce. Reflecting authentic Italian flavours and a passion for provenance of ingredients, the restaurant offers a wide variety of both modern and classic Italian dishes, perfect for valentines.

3)    Coast to Coast

This new exciting restaurant in situated in an outside entertainment complex where you have the option to enjoy a film either before or after a romantic meal, or you could even showcase your bowling abilities at The Hollywood Bowl which is very conveniently less than 10 metres from the restaurant.

Why not stay in one of our 1 bed Penthouse apartments to complete your romantic evening? Just £119 for one night. Free goodies included! Visit our website for more details

Happy Birthday Billy Sharp


William Louis Billy Sharp was born on the 5th of February 1986. He is an English professional footballer born in Sheffield and currently plays as a striker for Leeds United Football Club.

The early years of Billy’s career included playing for Middlewood Rovers, he then went onto begin his career by playing for Rotherham United and then progressing even further to Sheffield United.

On the 13th of August 2014 Billy signed a deal with Leeds United and made his debut on the 16th of August by scoring a winning goal against Middlesbrough Football Club.

Keep warm this January!

Weather can sure affect a holiday or work trip, especially in January when it gets colder. Here are some useful tips on keeping warm in this cold period.

Go to bed warm

Warmth originates from within, any insulations is merely concerned with keeping it there. So take a nice warm bath before snuggling under a duvet with a preferably higher tog count.

Layer like you mean it

This is a habit most people have already adopted but not everyone gets it right – you can be warm without looking like you gained 10 pounds in material. We wear Uniqlo’s Heattech under our jumpers, or grab some tights that are fleece-lined to wear under your jeans. These are life-savers without all the thickness (excellent as well when packing your suitcase for a winter holiday)

Hot Beverages (not booze!)

Hot soups, teas and coffees will help warm your body so get a thermos flask to carry around. Note that alcoholic beverages reduce your body temperature – not the best to keep warm.

Electric Hot Water bottles are mini life savers

If you’re travelling, it’s unlikely you’ll be able to pack your favourite electric blanket. This is when your electric hot water bottle comes in handy, this handy thing charges in an instant and can warm up a whole bed. This is also a lot more convenient than filling up a regular hot water bottle!
What are your favourite tips? Share them with us in the comments.

Your New Year’s Resolutions

A New Year rolls around, and that means many people listing down their New Year’s resolutions. While fun to make, these aren’t always the easiest to maintain. Studies have shown that come around June time, less than half are still on target. Fret not, we’ve listed some resolutions that aren’t impossible to follow and are worthy of sticking to.

New Year, A Healthier You!

Don’t just say I want to lose 10 pounds this year, list out small good habits you want to adopt. Easy small ones we can all follow: get more sleep, cut your stress, aim to eat one green a day, take the stairs instead of elevators etc. Pledging and writing small goals help to achieve a bigger one without losing focus.


Be Nicer to People

Want a promotion in 2015? Simply try being more giving to your co-workers, studies have broken that being more generous at the workplaces leads to gaining more respect and cooperation from peers.


Recognise your bad habits and work to stop them

Everyone has different bad habits, take the time while making resolutions to list a few and choose which you would like to stop.


Switch Off & Focus on Yourself

These days when we’re ‘alone’, we never really have time for ourselves as we’re still online and connected in more ways than one. Schedule ‘me’ time by turning off your mobile phone, computer and other electronic devices. Focus on your spiritual well-being.


Learn someone else’s resolution

Everyone struggles to keep up with their new year’s resolution, having a buddy there helps. Learn a good friend’s resolution and help them achieve their goals, it’s likely they’ll do the same for you.

Keep it simple and keep your expectations realistic. While its great to have big goals, it can be difficult achieving those without planning small steps and celebrating the small wins. Be proud when you stick to your resolutions – it’s not always an easy feat! 

Start the New Year in Style!

30% off bookings for 5th Jan – 31st Jan

Book one of our luxury Sheffield serviced apartments for dates between 5th January and 31st January and receive a huge 30% off! Call us on 0114 267 2311 to check availability today.

In addition to some amazing special offers for 2015, we will be launching our new loyalty scheme with even better discounts and complimentary items.


Christmas Song Playlist

We’ve put up the Christmas trees at our office and got our Christmas jumpers on to stay warm – the only thing missing is some good Christmas music! Here are some of the staff’s favourites that we’ll be playing this month.


What are your favourite christmas songs? Comment down below and share them with us.

4 reasons to visit Sheffield

1. Shopping

Sheffield has an eclectic mix of fashionable high street names as well as quirky independent boutiques. In the heart of the city centre, Fargate offers high street chains like Topshop, John Lewis, Marks & Spencers and more. Located directly west of the city centre is Devonshire Quarter, home to a vibrant mix of electric boutiques, cafes and design shops. Abit further off (but never too far away) is Ecclesall Road, hailed as the bohemian part of town with more local delights.

2. The Food

To put it simply, there is every type of cuisine you could imagine and different price points to suit all wallets. From fine dining to local markets, indian curry to delicious dim sum. And of course, the magnificent Yorkshire pudding. Sheffield is a culinary heaven!

We’ve got a post-up on some of our favourites, check it out here

3. The people

It’s not so grim up north! There’s a reason why Yorkshire is the happiest place in the UK. People here are happy and oh so friendly, and you meet people from different cultures and walks of life that makes it all the more interesting.

4. Beautiful Parks

We’re certainly blessed with some of the most breath-taking natural scenery in the world. We’ve got public gardens (Botanical Gardens, Peace Gardens, and Sheffield Winter Gardens) as well as Peak District National Park. And that’s just the big ones, there are many parks and woods throughout the city and beyond. Come visit Sheffield to discover these for yourself.

Just a few reasons to love Sheffield and book a quick weekend stay to discover these for yourself! Of course, Sheffield has more to offer – but we’ll save that for another time.

Get into the festive spirit with Sheffield Christmas Markets

Two awesome Christmas markets not to be missed this end of year holiday period in Sheffield!


22nd Victorian Christmas Market – Kelham Island Museum


29 November – 30 November

Hop on over to the Kelham Island Museum as a warm Dickensian welcome awaits at their biggest event of the year. There’ll be over 120 stalls, traditional crafts and skills, fairground, Santa’s Grotto and more. The Lord Mayor of Sheffield will be present to officially open the market, and Sheffield City Giants will also partake in welcoming visitors. Don’t miss out on this fantastic two day event chockfull of activities for the whole family!

More details on the event can be found here:


Sheffield Christmas Market – Fargate


14 November – 24 December

A truly magical experience awaits for you on Fargate! Expect traditional wooden cabins with beautiful seasonal goodies that will make the perfect gift as well as Christmas treats for the family. This year also sees the introduction of the new Moroccan market, adding more spice and culture to the festivities. And what’s a Christmas market without a Santa Claus? Nestled in the middle will be Santa and his own Lapland Cabin. The markets run 10am-6pm every day, and until 8pm on Wednesdays.