Hotels in York in general Reviews
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Newest Review: ... by a drunk and to be honest the area around the hotel didn't fill either myself or my girlfriend with much confidence of it not happening again - there's just an air of uneasiness there. Having said that, once you know where you're going you've only got a 5 minute walk to get into the city ... more
Customer Hotels in York in general Reviews (3)
by - written on 23/03/03, updated on 23/03/03 (Very useful, 409 readings)
N.B. Once again theres no category for the Travel Lodge in Piccadilly in York so this un'll have to do. Now I'll warn you now - I'm not the greatest of Hotel-Goers, I'm one where as long as there's a bed and a roof, I'm happy, but when she who must be obeyed and I decided to go to York for a few days (culminating in a good ole Paddy's Night P**s-up) it was obvious that it had to be a decent hotel - and with it being short notice - the only half decent hotel with vacancies was the Travel Lodge on Piccadilly, so of course - a booking was made and before you knew it I was destined to spend 4 nights there. ** Booking Process ** ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/02, updated on 24/05/03 (Very useful, 736 readings)
I LOVE York! It's a great place to visit for a romantic weekend, or a shopping trip, for sight seeing, people watching and having a drink (or two) at the pub. I've lived in York for over three years and have visited the city for both business and pleasure since moving away. "So what is accommodation like in York?" The answer is ... "it varies". A lot of it depends on what you're looking for and what you can afford. Fortunately, York being such a touristy place there is something for everyone (subject to terms and conditions, book early to avoid dissapointment :o) ) Accommodation ranges from youth hostels, providing a bunk bed for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/07/00, updated on 27/07/00 (Useful, 75 readings)
I recently stayed at the Posthouse, Tadcaster Rd, York and as I usually find with this brand of hotel it is always the same quality. Though for the price (£60) I feel that the quality should be a lot higher than you get. The location of the hotel is very close to the racecourse and very handy for viewing York itself. The price for breakfast was also a shocker at £11. It is a well laid out buffet, handy if you can eat as an olympic sport, but a little expensive if you only want cornflakes and a cup of tea. ... Read the complete review
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Nice character inn. Tasty breakfast.
Can be too busy if a wedding takes place during stay
|Holiday Inn Express Oxford Kassam Stadium (Oxford)|
Clean, comfortable convenient and cheaper than others
A bit further out of the city
|Hilton Newport Hotel (Newport)|
Compared to the previous Hilton - none but it was a roof over our heads
Expensive average to tatty hotel
|The Inversnaid Hotel (Inversnaid)|
|Balmore Guest House (Edinburgh)|
Lovely room and breakfast, close to Royal Mile
No night porter
|Premier Inn (Swansea Waterfront)|
Clean, good service, good location, Beefeater Grill on the ground floor .
Paying for parking, slippery bath .
|The Royal Seabank Hotel (Blackpool, Lancashire)|
interior, good sized room, pleasant food, cafe area, location, price
some rude staff, tiny bathroom, layout of corridors
|Ibis Hotel Luton Airport (Luton)|
Very convenient. Quite good value.
The rooms are rather basic
|Best Western Limpley Stoke Hotel (Bath)|
Large, quiet hotel, lovely lounge room, great staff, pets allowed
A little mismatched in style all over the place
|The Bear Hotel (Havant)|
helpful staff, clean and pleasant rooms, good location
decor could do with a refresh