Malmaison in general Reviews
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Newest Review: ... The bed sadly wasn't as soft/bouncy as we expected. Both of us, like children, sat down on it and were a bit disappointed, but I suppose that's a small detail. The duvet was nice (I like expensive duvets... must have been rich in a past life) and it felt so luxurious sleeping in it! There was a desk next to the table which is where the ethernet cable is for access to the internet. This is ... more
Customer Malmaison in general Reviews (3)
by - written on 04/07/09 (Very useful, 84 readings)
After coming back from six weeks travelling, my boyfriend and I decided to have a posh night away from home to celebrate. We chose Malmaison because as far as I know it has a great reputation, and we'd always passed by it in Manchester wishing we were staying there! So we finally got to fulfil our little dream of staying there when we went to Leeds for the night. Malmaison Leeds is really easy to find. It is about a five minute walk from the train station (no need to get a taxi or anything!). I have a really bad sense of direction and I managed to find it pretty easily so no problems there! It took a little while to check in, but the staff member who served ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/04/09 (Very useful, 90 readings)
On a recent business trip to Belfast I was booked into the Malmaison Hotel in Belfast for three nights. Location The hotel is located probably about 4-5 minutes walk from the main shopping area of Belfast. There are a large number of restaurants and bars around the shopping area in case you decide to venture out of the hotel for food. On Arrival The first thing that you will notice about the hotel is that it is beautifully decorated - with comfy sofas in the reception area and is spotless throughout. The next thing that you will notice is just how dark the interior of the hotel is. Why hotels decide to make hotels so poorly lit I will ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/08 (Useful, 26 readings)
The atmosphere and decor is sexy, classy and sophisticated. I love the extra touches such as them leaving a note in the bathroom, encouraging you to take all the toiletries with you. They are also clever, in terms of marketing as they leave a bottle of wine there with a price tag on it and they find ways to encourage you to spend. The bathroom is incredible with a gogeous slate shower with a powerful water that is like rainfall. The bath is massive and I did not want to leave it and the bed was like a double-king-size. If you can bear to leave your room, the food and cocktails are second to none, although I objected to the compulsory service charge being added. ... Read the complete review
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