Hotel du Vin (City of Bristol) Reviews
Newest Review: ... to give an extremely comfortable and welcoming ambience to the building. The main reception is merely a small desk, from where they will direct you to the restaurant or to your room if you are staying. SERVICE: The service at HDV is absolutely first class and I could not say a bad word about any of the staff. From the moment you turn up and give them your name, you do not ever have to ask anyone for anything again. The reception staff will transfer you to the bar staff, who in turn will transfer you to the restaurant staff - and back to the bar staff again if you are like me! The staff will only show you to your table when you are read... more
Customer Hotel du Vin (City of Bristol) Reviews (6)
by - written on 16/08/10 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I am only going to base my review on the Bistro du Vin, at the hotel in Bristol, purely because I have not stayed in the hotel. Having lived in Bristol for the last 12 years, and being a foodaholic, I can quite happily say that the Bistro du Vin is by far and away the best restuarant in Bristol, both for the quality of food on offer and for the whole culinary / dining experience. I will break this review down into sections to make it a bit more legible: INTRODUCTION: The Bristol Hotel du Vin is located in the Sugar House Building, which is a number of old warehouses daing back to the 1700's. It is right in the centre of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/07/09 (Useful, 9 readings)
I stayed in the one in York. I can only sing praises to this place, although would avoid the bistro only because I always avoid the bistros at hotels normally due to over price. The hotel chain has a newsletter which alerts you to special promotions and it was through on of these that I secured a room for a night in summer for under one hundred pounds. The staff are polite and although I am very used to being looked down one (I am a young traveler who normally has to flash cash before anyone will even talk to me), the staff here treated me with as much respect at the next person. They also went out of there way to provide a special treat that I had arranged ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/02/09 (Very useful, 21 readings)
Hotel du Vin in Harrogate is the first 5 star hotel to be opened in the area, a surprising fact given that it is apparently the 3rd most desirable place to live in the country! Since opening it has become increasingly popular with locals, travellers and celebrities. The building was completely renovated and is now a very darkly lit but very atmospheric place to be. Harrogate is surrounded by protected land known as the Stray and as a result is one of the most picturesque places to visit, the hotel overlooks part of the Stray and their are fewer finer sights (especially when it's snowing). The hotel bar is relatively small but the restaurant seats well over 100. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/09, updated on 20/01/09 (Useful, 18 readings)
Although the food in all the hotels of this chain is of the same quality, the same cannot be said about the rooms in Poole or the location of the hotel. The bedding is always perfect but some of the bathrooms frankly do not live up to the hotel chain's reputation. Sometimes you get lucky and have a bathroom bigger than the bedroom and other times it's quite pokey and uninviting. The layout of the hotel is also quite higgldy piggldy and some of the rooms are actually on the ground floor directly on the street, which isn't particularly cosy and we had to ask to be relocated. It is also quite hard to find your room until you are used to it, the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/08, updated on 02/02/08 (Very useful, 85 readings)
This is a review of the Hotel du Vin in Bristol. This is centrally located (5 minutes from the Hippodrome) in Bristol in a beautiful old warehouse that has been converted. Brilliant conversion keeping old exposed brickwork but marrying it up with loads of glass etc - really nicely done. The rooms are great - VERY comfortable beds, a great great shower and everything spotlessly clean. think crisp white linen and beautiful wooden bed frame. The food is fantastic. Breakfast outstanding - dinner menu brilliant (think sea bass on a bed of puy lentils, rare rib of roast beef in a red wine jus etc. etc.) - none of this is cheap but it is ... Read the complete review
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