Derby Midland Hotel

The Derby Midland Hotel, the world's oldest surviving railway hotel, has been welcoming guests since the first train passengers arrived more than 180 years ago. Its located opposite Derby’s main railway station and has hosted impressive guests from pioneering entrepreneurs to Queen Victoria, who stayed at the hotel whilst travelling back from Balmoral Castle in 1849. 

This Grade II-listed Victorian hotel boats 102 guest rooms, each with superfast Wi-Fi, flat-screen TV and working desk. Just a 10 minute walk from the Derbyion Shopping Centre and Pride Park. Fast train connections to London, the Midlands and some charming towns of the Peak District National Park, such as Bakewell and Buxton. Guests can dine at The Brasserie Restaurant and lounge bar.

The hotel is licensed for weddings and features a large banquet suite, the Garden Room accommodating up to 200 guests for the evening reception. Meetings and events can also be organised in one of the eight spaces equipped with the very latest in communications and presentation technology.

  • Address Midland Road, Derby, DE1 2SQ

Guest Rooms

Follow in the footsteps of royalty when you make yourself at home in one of the 102 guest rooms, each featuring superfast Wi-Fi, flat-screen TV and working desk.

Meetings & Events

With eight meeting and event spaces, they are all are equipped with the latest in communications and presentation technology. Ranging in capacity from six in our Syndicate Room through to 200 in the Garden Room, which is perfect for large-scale conferences and dinner dances.

Restaurant & Bar

Visit the Brasserie Restaurant for a relaxing dining experience, followed by coffee or drinks in the lounge bar.


Derby Midland Hotel offers the following facilities and amenities:

  • free wifi
    free wifi
  • weddings
  • meetings and events
    meetings and events
  • restaurant
  • bar
  • Parking (chargeable)
    Parking (chargeable)

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