Park Plaza Leeds (Leeds) Reviews
Description:Address: Boar Lane City Square / LS1 5NS / Leeds / England
Newest Review: ... entrance to the hotel is tricky though, it seems like the back entrance whereas the Chico Latino bar (part of the hotel) is at what seems like the front? Slightly odd but I got there in the end! Welcome Less than inviting! The entrance is quite "modern" and had loud music playing (which seemed somewhat at odds with the fact that The Telegraph was the only paper available in the ... more
Customer Park Plaza Leeds (Leeds) Reviews (3)
by - written on 07/08/09 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I stayed at the Park Plaza in Leeds last night as I was on business in Leeds the next day. My overall impression was good but could be better. Booking I booked online directly on the Park Plaza website. The website was easy to use and detailed the different room rates with clear explanation of what each rate included. I chose the entertainment package offer - £89 for bed, breakfast, a bottle of wine, four bottles of beer, free movies and (had I got there before 7pm) a food platter from the bar. This seemed like fairly good value to me. Location Excellent location, right in the centre of the city. Parking was at the Q Park in Criterion ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/09 (Very useful, 15 readings)
I have stayed here twice now and have had a mixed experience of the place. My first visit was in 2007 as part of a weekend away with friends. I stayed in a standard double room and for £80 per night the room was huge. There was a massive window around most of the room so had excellent views of the city. The bathroom was lovely, very modern and clean and stocked up with loads of complementary toiletries. The bar area downstairs was great and for a hotel very reasonable (£.70 for a large glass of house wine). The hotel appeared immaculate and super modern and I was really impressed so decided to revisit in 2008 with my boyfriend. Arrived on a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/08 (Very useful, 231 readings)
I always enjoy going away for a weekend, especially when it's for a special occasion, and always take extra care to try to find a suitable hotel at a good price. However on a recent trip to Leeds the hotel selection wasn't left to me and I was slightly worried about where we would be staying. There was no need to fear though as The Park Plaza turned out to be an ideal hotel in a brilliant location. The Park Plaza Brand The Park Plaza group of hotels is owned by the Carlson brand who also own the Park Inn, Radisson and Regent groups as well. The Carlson brand have over 1,700 hotels throughout the world and operate in more than eighty countries. They ... Read the complete review
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