Holiday Inn Express (Winchester) Reviews
Newest Review: ... served as a shower cubicle, although there was also a fold-out glass panel to add to this. The sink was a very high Belfast-style sink, in other words a free standing rectangular sink on a shelf, with little space either side to stand your toiletries in, but it did have a shelf beneath it for that use instead (a bit impractical as the towels hung in front of this too, and you could be at risk of leaving important things behind if they migrated too far to the back). We had the extra demands on the space of having a wheelchair to manage as my husband uses one to get around, but we always manage with a standard room whether it be here, a Pr... more
Customer Holiday Inn Express (Winchester) Reviews (2)
by - written on 06/09/12 (Very useful, 46 readings)
My husband works with an international artists' co-operative. They have a biennial get-together and conference for British artists, usually in the summer, and usually 'down south'. This time around it was held in Winchester, and we (myself and our two daughters) were allowed to tag along. It was held in the relatively new Holiday Inn just outside Winchester, located next to the popular Intech hands-on science centre on Telegraph Way. From a very quick look at the card that I signed to acknowledge receipt of the keycard, I think that the rate we were on was a conference rate of £125 per room per night. You are required to give your car registration number at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/11 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Winchester Holiday Inn WHY DID YOU CHOOSE TO STAY HERE? We recently spent three nights down in Winchester for a wedding and stayed at the nearby Holiday Inn on Telegraph Way next door to the INTECH Science Centre and Planetarium. We felt that we would like to see a bit of the local area and have a look around so we booked three nights. The first day we called in at my sister's in Oxford then drove straight to Winchester to have a wander around before driving out to find the hotel at about 4.30pm. The hotel is very new and only opened in the spring of 2010 and so was not on our sat nav but fortunately I had the postcode and we found it pretty ... Read the complete review
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