Many people are not aware that Hull is the HQ for many successful companies. They quietly work away taking advantage of the great value the city offers businesses. Hull city centre offers reasonable rent/rates and employees can go to work without the costly outlay from transport that lots of other cities have. Most people can walk, cycle or drive to work. You are never too far away at Hideout, you’re also close by to iconic attractions such as The Deep and the Bonus Arena.
The summer holidays are now over and it’s back to school for everyone.
At Hideout Hotel we celebrated a year since we launched our new hotel back in August 2018. We have welcomed parents who have brought nervous freshers to the University of Hull and past students who return yearly to relive and revisit their old student haunts!
Humber Street Sesh is now bigger and better than ever before. There are more bands, bigger stages, exciting food and drink stalls, plus plenty more. This is all happening across the two-day event between 3rd & 4th August 2018.
It’s June already and the weather is warming up, so are the events happening all over Hull this month. Hideout is perfectly located in the heart of Hull City Centre, the perfect place to head back to after a long day exploring what this great city has to offer. With its great location you are only a stone’s throw away from major Hull locations such as Hull Marina, Zebedees Yard and the brand-new Hull Venue.
Its officially Spring and it truly feels awesome to see that yellow golden thing in the sky, glistening and making us feel warm and optimistic.We are positively glowing at Hideout HQ. There is so much happening in the city centre and the buzz at last week’s Hull Street Food Night at Zebedee’s Yard set the tone. The aroma of all the glorious food drew in many to Hull’s City Centre.
The Easter break is almost here and Hull City Centre will be a buzz with all the freshness of Spring and Easter. There is so much to keep little ones entertained indoors or out and as ever Hideout is the perfect place to take in all the Easter fun.