Holiday Inn in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... used the hotel as being a stop off to get to somewhere else the next day I didnt really get to see any more facilities in the hotel. My room was quite large, clean, had a massive bed and a nice touch which was the pillows had a label stating they were firm and that I should see reception if I wanted a different style. I also had some freebie toiletries which were quite nice and tea, coffee and hot chocolate. There was a mini kettle and a mini bar but I didnt touch that as you have to pay for it. The room was clean, had a large widescreen tv which I had to turn off at the socket as it turned on every time I walked past it. The bed was ... more
Customer Holiday Inn in general Reviews (9)
by - written on 07/07/12 (Useful, 43 readings)
I booked this through Hotels.com and it was £49 booking about 2 months in advance. I also got cashback through quidco making it a really good deal. I arrived at 1am having called before to make sure it was ok and when I arrived there was someone on the reception desk. They had my key card ready in seconds and I was in the bed and asleep 10 mins later. As it was a really brief stop as I just used the hotel as being a stop off to get to somewhere else the next day I didnt really get to see any more facilities in the hotel. My room was quite large, clean, had a massive bed and a nice touch which was the pillows had a label stating they were firm and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/09, updated on 17/10/09 (Very useful, 17 readings)
Holiday Inn are a very large hotel chain, with hotels in a variety of locations all over the world. Generally, the hotels are pretty much similar to each other, so you will know what sort of standard of accomodation to expect wherever you stay. The Holiday Inn that I have stayed in most recently is the one on the seafront in Brighton (137, Kings Road, Brighton, East Sussex). It is situated right opposite the remains of the West Pier, so it is easy to find. The hotel (formerly the Hilton) is quite unattractive from the exterior, as it is a 1960's/1970's building and grey in colour. Inside, the hotel is much more attractive, and the Reception area is light and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/09 (Very useful, 24 readings)
Just back from an over-night away, hence the purge of travel related reviews. We stayed in Holiday Inn, Basingstoke. It is very central and only a few minutes' drive from the Festival Place (where we ate and watched a movie). Two miles away is the leisure park - we were given complimentary tickets to use the Aquadrome included in our room purchase. This is definitely one to book online as the walk in prices are published at reception as £150+. We got ours from late rooms for £55.00 - double room, en-suite with bath/shower, one arm chair and table, writing desk and chair, TV, coffee/tea making facilities, ample sockets, wardrobe. Breakfast was not included and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/08/08 (Very useful, 78 readings)
Holiday Inn - Rotherham, Yorkshire The Holiday Inn at Rotherham is, quite simply, one of the best hotels I've had the pleasure of staying at for a long time. I've often stayed at various Express by Holiday Inn hotels around the country because they could accommodate a family of five in one room as well as offering extremely good room rates and value for money. However, they've recently changed their regulations, allowing only a maximum of four people per room. This has ruled out the Express by Holiday Inn hotels for us, but there are a few remaining Holiday Inn hotels still allowing for larger families sharing a room. We were ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/04/08 (Very useful, 66 readings)
If there is one hotel chain I trust, its holiday inns. I at the age of 20 have already been lucky enough to travel to many locations around the world. I've been to china serveral times, america many times, dubai, most of europe and many more locations. And i would say for 80% of my nights spent away I have stayed in holiday inns, and have rarely been dissapointed. Holiday inns come in several forms, from the basic holiday inn express, to holiday inns, to garden courts, to crowne plazas all the way up to the elite intercontinentals. They are all part of the holiday inn family. And whichever catergory the hotel falls into you know what your going to get. ... Read the complete review
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