Quebecs Hotel (Leeds) Reviews
Description:9 Quebec Street / Leeds / LS1 2HA / England / / Victorian-style Boutique Hotel in town house design, situated in the ... more
Newest Review: ... on business but I would not hesitate to book for leisure too. The hotel is a boutique style, victorian townhouse and the decor is inkeeping with the origin of the building. There is a stunning sweeping staircase up from the lobby to the first floor and the whole atmosphere screams quiet luxury. One of my favourite things they do here is print business cards with our name on saying 'In ... more
Customer Quebecs Hotel (Leeds) Reviews (3)
by - written on 04/02/09 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Quebecs is my favourite hotel in Leeds -and perhaps my favourite hotel of all time. It is situated bang in the middle of Leeds City centre and it situated very conveniently for the shops, bars and restaurants in the city, and more to the point for my office there. I usually book through Expedia or Laterooms - either will usually give you a £96/night rate which for this hotel is really good value. I have stayed here only on business but I would not hesitate to book for leisure too. The hotel is a boutique style, victorian townhouse and the decor is inkeeping with the origin of the building. There is a stunning sweeping staircase up from the lobby to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/12/07, updated on 03/02/08 (Very useful, 140 readings)
Quebecs We always go away at the beginning of December, and because it's only for one night, it's best if we go somewhere close to home (Newcastle). This time, we decided on Leeds because the last time we had visited, the shopping was good, and the bars and restaurants varied and plentiful. I wanted a reasonably nice hotel because returning back foot weary7 after a day shopping can be a tad unpleasant if the awaiting room/hotel isn't very good. A few searches found me this place which was just what we were looking for, it being not overly big, and not overtly part of a large chain; there are other hotels in the group but it doesn't appear ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/07/06 (Very useful, 1120 readings)
The days of kipping down on friendís available floors, sofas or bathtubs are long behind me now that I am (well) into my 30ís. So when I knew we were going to Leeds to meet up with some friends for a Saturday night out, I set about finding some more suitable accommodation in the city centre. I have been to Leeds once before but I donít remember it and so had no specific ideas about what part of the city to stay in and I certainly did not have a hotel in mind. My husband lived in Leeds for a few years but these important decisions are really best left to me and accordingly I started my internet search. I generally find that well-known sites such as expedia ... Read the complete review
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