Princes Quay Parking
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Princes Quay is a fantastic shopping centre located in Kingston upon Hull. The architecture of the shopping centre is unusual as it is actually built on stilts, rising above Prince’s Dock which gives the centre its name. Princes Quay offers a range of retail stores, as well as a Vue cinema, a 12 lane bowling alley, and a soft play area. The central atrium of the shopping centre regularly hosts events, activities and community projects.
As well as lots of great shopping, you can also visit Princes Quay for a delicious meal out. There will be something to suit everyone’s taste with a wide selection of restaurants, bars and cafes to choose from.
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4.6 out of 5 stars
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Princes Quay parking is available 24 hours a day. The car park has over 900 parking bays, with motorcycle parking available on the bottom floor. Designated parents and toddler parking bays are on Levels 2 and 4, where there is direct access to the shopping area. The car park has won awards for its safety and is manned by professional fully trained staff who are available to give any assistance you may need during your visit.
There is a varied parking tariff, depending on when you are parking and how long you stay. Charges start from £2 for a stay up to 3 hours, and rise to £10 for a stay of over 6 hours. Parking on Sunday is more affordable, with an all day ticket costing only £2 and a stay of up to 4 hours between 6am and 6pm costing £1. On Monday to Saturday, if you arrive and leave between 9:30am and 3:30pm, parking only costs a bargain £2.
You can buy a weekly or monthly pass for Princes Quay parking. This costs between £15 for a weekly pass to £65 for a 7 day a week monthly pass. You can even buy an annual pass if you are a regular visitor, costing £550 for the year.
Evening parking is only £2.50 after 6pm. This is perfect if you are going to an event or show at the nearby City Hall. If you are visiting Nandos, Pizza Express, Vue Cinema, Superbowl UK Hull, or Enigma Live Escape Rooms after 6pm, you can get your ticket validated in the store and claim free parking.
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Princes Quay Airport Parking
The nearest airport to Princes Quay shopping centre is Humberside airport. This airport offers a range of parking options on site, including long-stay, short-stay, fast-track, and pick-up parking.
Parking at Humberside Airport can be expensive, and as such, travelers and airport employees may like to use alternative options. You can browse the options available at YourParkingSpace. We have short term and long term options available within easy access to the airport.
Princes Quay shopping centre is centrally located in Kingston upon Hull, which was the City of Culture 2017. There is plenty to see and do in Hull once you have finished shopping. Why not take a trip to the nearby Ferens Art Gallery? This fascinating museum has a wonderful collection of paintings and sculptures, including portraits, marine painting, and modern and contemporary British Art. Another must see museum is the Hull Maritime Museum, located right in Hull city centre. There are more than 50,000 objects on display documenting Hull’s maritime history, including a 40ft whale skeleton.
Planning a night out in Kingston upon Hull? Find convenient parking with YourParkingSpace within walking distance of the city’s theatres, restaurants and cinemas.
Hull Paragon train station is located in the city centre, within the Hull Paragon Interchange. It is within walking distance of Princes Quay shopping centre, as well as other local attractions such as St Stephen’s shopping centre, The Deep and Hull Marina. There are trains to and from Leeds, York, Sheffield, Manchester, London and other UK destinations.
Hull Bus Station is located in the Hull Paragon Interchange, along with the train station. There are frequent local bus services, as well as routes that can take you further afield to Hessle, Beverley and other destinations. The bus services in Hull are mainly run by Stagecoach and East Yorkshire Motor Services.
Disabled Parking at Princes Quay
The Blue Badge scheme is for people with severe mobility problems or those who are registered blind.
Blue Badge holders are not exempt from parking charges at Princes Quay car park, so the standard parking tariff still applies. There are designated disabled parking bays available on Levels 2, 3 and 4 of the car park. These levels have direct access to the shopping centre. There are also two large lifts in the car park which enable access to any of the parking levels. You must ensure that your Blue Badge is clearly displayed when parking in a designated disabled parking bay. The Customer Support Unit on Level 3 has wheelchairs and mobility scooters available to hire.
There are electric vehicle charge points available in Hull. The nearest ones to Princes Quay are located at the Hull Marina Holiday Inn on Castle Street.
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
Overnight and Weekends
Princes Quay car park is open 24 hours, so overnight parking is possible. If you are parking after 6pm, the cost is only £2.50. On Saturdays, the parking tariff is the same as during the week. However, it is cheaper on Sundays when you can park for up to 4 hours for £1 and all day for £2.
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Is there free parking at Princes Quay?
Parking at Princes Quay shopping centre is free after 6pm if you are visiting one of the following stores: Nandos, Pizza Express, Vue Cinema, Superbowl UK Hull, or Enigma Live Escape Rooms. Make sure you remember to get your ticket validated in the store to claim free parking.
Where are disabled parking bays located in Princes Quay?
Disabled parking bays are available on Levels 2, 3 and 4 of the car park.
What postcode should I use for my Sat Nav to find Princes Quay?
If you are using a Sat Nav to help you find your way to Princes Quay, use the postcode HU1 2NL for the car park.
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Latest Princes Quay parking reviews
I didn't need to take a ticket as it registered my car registered no. Then on the way out I pressed the button to speak to security who opened the barrier to let me out..all in all the cost was much cheaper for stay overnight whilst travelling by train from paragon Station and returning the next dayTracey
Only downside was having to check whether booked space was in outside car park or multi-storey next to hotel. Advised by helpful staff that we could park in multi-storey car park which felt much safer. Good parking option in Hull.Nigel
Worked perfectly and saved us a fortune!William
Was OK, could be convenient and save time, but I would have preferred to use a machine as I was having technical issues with my phone, making it a bit of task to actually pay. I suppose the concept is good, especially for when the car park is busy with lots of people wanting to pay at the same time.Mobile Kiosk
Went exactly as stated. So easy!Kyra
I used st stephens to park for over 24 hours as I had a train at Hull Station. My train was at 6am. I called the day before I booked to check I could exit the car park and a really nice security member informed me where i can exit as the other doors don't open until 6am. It was easy to book and very reasonably priced. Everything was really easy and I would definitely use this car park for other train journeysMobile Kiosk
Easy to find, plenty of space, cheap , but very efficient..Exit straightforward.Colin
Easy to find. Access and exit a bit tight fir larger vehicles but location is excellent for visiting shops and and Hull City Football Club. System for exit simple. Great service by YPS. Thanks SteveStephen