Holiday Inn Express Reviews
Newest Review: ... station. Parking at the hotel is atrocious, for the number of rooms there is very little parking, the parking adjacent to the hotel belongs to the housing opposite which I realised when someone scratched my car! There is no parking in the immediate area either which is really inconvenient when you are pushing a wheelchair and carrying luggage. The room we were given was called accessible however, when we got to the room we found that my daughter's wheelchair, which is a standard size, would not go past the bed to the main area of the room. On the second day a member of staff came up and moved the bed for us - I could not do it myself as I ... more
Customer Holiday Inn Express Reviews (12)
by - written on 04/04/13, updated on 05/04/13 (Useful, 24 readings)
We're staying at the Holiday Inn South Wimbledon courtesy of my landlord as my boiler broke down over a week ago and with only a wetroom and no bath that I can fill up so my daughter could bathe we had to be 'decanted'. Firstly, South Wimbledon is a stretch and I reckon they've called it that to make it look good, this hotel is practically across the road from Colliers Wood station. Parking at the hotel is atrocious, for the number of rooms there is very little parking, the parking adjacent to the hotel belongs to the housing opposite which I realised when someone scratched my car! There is no parking in the immediate area either which is really ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/12, updated on 06/12/12 (Useful, 5 readings)
I recently stayed at the Holiday Inn Express City Centre in Swindon and was extremely impressed. I'm a permenant wheelchair user and the room I booked had everyone that I needed, with plenty of space for my electric wheelchair. Check Inn was very smooth and had no problems. When I arrived at the room, I first had trouble opening the door and want back down to the reception where one off the staff were very happy to help me showing how to open the door. In the wet room, there were handles and a walk in shower which had a perch seat. The shower was very easy to use and easy to get to the right temperature. There was also an emergency cord. In the main ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/03/12, updated on 13/01/14 (Very useful, 65 readings)
The Holiday Inn chain of hotels have done what many other of these 'chain hotels' have done and have a budget line of hotels that are a bit cheaper than the main Holiday Inn hotels. Recently I was away for a month for work, two weeks of that month was spent in the Holiday Inn Express in Pride Park, Derby. In regards to cost, I'm not sure what the rooms cost - I didn't pay, work did. On the website it states rooms from £39 per night, but I think standard cost is about £70-£80 per room per night. From arrival to departure I had a reasonable experience in the Holiday Inn Express. Check in was really easy. I turned up, case in tow. I actually asked if there ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/09 (Very useful, 21 readings)
Express by Holiday Inn is a range of budget hotels from the Holiday Inn chain. They are similar to Premier Inn in the standard of accomodation offered, except that at Express by Holiday Inn you get a continental breakfast included. The hotels all tend to be very similar, so you will know what to expect before you arrive. In February of this year, I stayed at the Express by Holiday Inn in Bath for two nights, with my husband and our two year old daughter. The hotel is located a little way out of the city centre (about a 15-20 minute walk) but this didn't bother us, as we don't mind walking. It is on Lower Bristol Road, Bath, BA2 3QU. We travelled by train, and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/08/09 (Very useful, 57 readings)
Last summer we didn't get a chance to go away on a proper holiday, but we did manage to get a couple of breaks, two nights in Dublin and 3 nights in Edinburgh, both of which were really appreciated. The Holiday Inn I will be reviewing is the Edinburgh City Centre hotel, in Picardy Place, Edinburgh. We booked this online via the Holiday Inn Express (HIExpress) website at a cost of £89 a night for the two of use. We thought this was a fair price, considering the central location of the hotel and the time we booked (last day of August/beginning of September) which meant we were there for the last day of the Edinburgh Festival. The hotel is located to ... Read the complete review
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