Mercure Hull Royal Hotel (Kingston Upon Hull) Reviews
Description:Address: 170 Ferensway Kingston Upon Hull HU1 3UF
Newest Review: ... returning late afternoon to check in. We had booked and paid in full online but we were still asked, when checking in, whether we wished to have a credit card swiped "for extras"; we did not and this was perfectly acceptable. We were asked whether we had any equipment such as laptops we might want internet access for and I was forced to ask whether this was free or whether there's ... more
Customer Mercure Hull Royal Hotel (Kingston Upon Hull) Reviews (1)
by - written on 25/08/11 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Note - Although Dooyoo lists this as a Quality Hotel, it is in fact owned by the Mercure Group. In Britain some our finest architecture is connected with the railways; there are magnificent railway viaducts, vast arched roofs at stations and, of course, in many of our cities and bigger towns, the grand station hotel. Admittedly Hull's is not on a scale like London's St. Pancras hotel but it is an elegant and stylish building that has been given a massive makeover and a new lease of life. We made our reservation for a one night stay when the Accor, the parent group of Mercure who own the Royal Hotel in Hull, was offering half price rooms. We decided ... Read the complete review
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