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Welcome to Zenith Apartment

Address: Colton Street Apartment 44, Zenith Building, Leicester, LE1 1QA

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Offering free WiFi, Zenith Apartment is set in the Leicester City Centre of Leicester within 200 metres of Belgrave Road and 2.2 km from De Montfort University. The accommodation is 2.4 km from University of Leicester. This apartment comes with 2 bedrooms, a living room and a fully equipped kitchen. The property also has 1 bathroom has a bath. St Martins House Conference Centre is 1.4 km from the apartment. The nearest airport is East Midlands Airport, 33 km from Zenith Apartment.

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Leicester Railway Station - Railway Station

Leicester Railway Station - Railway Station

Distance 0.3 miles (0.47 km)
Leicester station is a railway station in Leicester, England. It is just east of the city centre, on the A6 road. The first station on this site was constructed by the Midland Counties Railway and was first used on 4 May 1840, when a train of four first and six second-class carriages, pulled by the 'Leopard' steam engine, arrived from Nottingham. All that remains of the first station are a pair of Egyptian-looking gateposts in Campbell Street. The station was subsequently operated by the Midland Railway, who rebuilt it in 1894. Leicester used to have several other railway stations, including Leicester Belgrave Road (on the Great Northern Railway), and Leicester Central (on the Great Central Railway).

The National College of Hypnosis and Psychotherapy - Leicester - University

The National College of Hypnosis and Psychotherapy - Leicester - University

Distance 0.48 miles (0.77 km)
The National College of Hypnosis and Psychotherapy was founded during 1977 and located at Loughborough. It has been offering respected, evidenced based and independently accredited training in adult clinical hypnosis/hypnotherapy and hypno-psychotherapy. The College has training centres throughout the UK including London, Leeds, Liverpool, Oxford, East Midlands (Leicester), Newcastle, Manchester, South Wales and Glasgow. The NCHP courses and syllabus includes fundamentals of hypnosis, basic hypnotherapeutic techniques, contra-indications, simple relaxation, and suggestion therapy.

De Montfort University - Leicester - University

De Montfort University - Leicester - University

Distance 0.53 miles (0.84 km)
De Montfort University is a dynamic organisation, formed from a diverse range of specialist institutions. Its long history of excellent teaching, learning and research is founded in the technical and trade education of the late 19th Century. The name itself is associated with Simon De Montfort, Earl of Leicester, a distinguished figure in English history and widely credited with establishing the first parliament in 1265.

Leicester Centre - Town Centre

Leicester Centre - Town Centre

Distance 0.57 miles (0.92 km)
The arrival of the railway in the 19th century (allowing easy access to the coal fields) transformed Leicester from a small county town to the large industrial city it is today. There was a Roman settlement in the area and the Jewry Wall is believed to date from around 130AD. Excavations have uncovered shops and a public bath. Although only the Motte And Great Hall (now used as a law court) of Leicester's Norman Castle still remain, the Church of St Mary de Castro was also established by the Normans. The cathedral of St Martins was erected on the site of an earlier 13th century church. The city's rich history is reflected in the number of museums contained in Leicester.

Leicester City Football Club - Football Club

Leicester City Football Club - Football Club

Distance 0.72 miles (1.15 km)
In August 2002 t he club moved into its new home, only a stone's throw away from their old Filbert Street ground. The stadium was built by Birse Construction at a cost of £35m , is completely enclosed with all corners being filled with seating. The sides are of a good size, built in the same style and height. Running around three sides of the stadium, just below the roof, is a transparent p erspex strip, which allows more light and facilitates pitch growth. On the remaining side is a row of executive boxes. Completely encircling the stadium and hanging from the roof itself is a collage of player images.