Holiday Inn (Portsmouth) Reviews
Newest Review: ... out of your account straight away but will be taken out at least 1 day before arriving at the hotel. The money actually came out of my account 2 days before we were due to stay at the hotel. Arrival/Checking In = = = = = = = = = We could check into our room at 2pm, so we decided to park in Gunwharf Quays and do a bit of shopping before-hand. After leaving Gunwharf Quays we drove straight to the hotel so we could park, check in and freshen up before heading out again later for a nice meal, a show at the Jongleurs comedy club and a few drinks. There is plenty of parking at the Hotel and we were able to park without any problems. We arriv... more
Customer Holiday Inn (Portsmouth) Reviews (2)
by - written on 19/02/13 (Very useful, 29 readings)
The Holiday Inn = = = = = = = Me and my boyfriend wanted to spend a weekend in Portsmouth so needed a hotel to stay at on the Saturday night. We looked at a few B & B's how-ever after reading a few of the reviews (not good reviews); we decided that we would spend a bit more money on a decent room so booked a room with the Holiday Inn. This particular hotel is a short walk from restaurants and shops at Gunwharf Quays and minutes away from Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. To get to main town in Portsmouth and Southsea you may need to take a taxi, how-ever this is a 5 minute taxi ride so won't cost much in terms of money. There are plenty of things to do in and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/11/10 (Very useful, 67 readings)
Having suffered a number of fairly basic (and disappointing) Travelodge stays over the last couple of years, I decided to give that other big chain - Holiday Inn - a try. The Holiday Inn, Southsea (not to be confused with the Holiday Inn Express, also in Portsmouth!) is very easy to get to. Located around a mile from Portsmouth & Southsea and Portsmouth Harbour Stations, you can easily get to it from pretty much anywhere in the country using public transport. The road system also seems very good, and I would imagine it is easy enough to find if you arrive by car. Whatever you are visiting Portsmouth for, the Holiday Inn, Southsea is well-placed. ... Read the complete review
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