Hotels in Leeds in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... busy but there were plenty of staff there to complete check ins. I was promptly given my room key which was 422(great it was not 202). The lift was quick and smooth. My room was bright and airy as was the bathroom. There was everything you could want in the room tea/coffee, trouser press, hairdryer, two large mirrors, lcd tv with sky and a great shower over the bath. No complaints at all. The prices vary depending what days and time of year you stay. I paid £55 for my room per night and breakfast was £11.95 per person. Not bad when you consider you are staying in the centre of a large city. Then came breakfast----Managed to find a table a... more
Customer Hotels in Leeds in general Reviews (3)
by - written on 09/05/08 (Very useful, 73 readings)
I have just returned from a very enjoyable break in Leeds visiting relatives and friends. I was part of a coach party booked in to stay at the Merrion Hotel for three nights. Before setting off I took time to read some reviews about the hotel. Things did not look very promising - it appeared to have more bad points than good ones. One person said to avoid room 202 at all costs. On arrival I was pleasantly surprised to find that I was in the heart of the city centre and next to the Merrion shopping centre. Reception was busy but there were plenty of staff there to complete check ins. I was promptly given my room key which was 422(great it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/03, updated on 09/05/08 (Very useful, 410 readings)
Those of you who have read my review of the Le Meridien Albert and Victoria Hotel in Manchester will be aware of my enthusiasm for the conversion that has been carried out there. It's that sort of development that makes staying in a hotel a real pleasure. On this occasion I had a need to stay in the Leeds area on business and so needed a hotel, as the reason for my visit was a seminar at which I was presenting, which was to start at around 9.00am in nearby Batley. On the basis of my experience in Manchester I chose the Le Meridien hotel in Leeds City Centre. The Queens is a monumental edifice right next to the Leeds Central mainline station. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/00, updated on 04/01/10 (Very useful, 269 readings)
42 The Calls used to be a canal side warehouse, however it has been wonderfully converted into a hotel with character. The luxury bedrooms have extra touches including CD players. The hotel reception stocks a wide range of CD's but I chose to take some of my own. I took a splendid bath whilst listening to my favourite music. Included in the unusual coffees provided in the room were amaretto, Irish cream, java and double chocolate truffle! Breakfast may be taken in the breakfast room which overlooks the canal or continental breakfast can be taken in your room. Each room has a dumb waiter and if you choose the latter you will find your ... Read the complete review
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