Ramada Da Vinci's Hotel (Derry) Reviews
Newest Review: ... Foyle, as instead you will probably overlook the carpark, like we did. We weren't in our room all that long, so we weren't too bothered. From the outside the hotel looks very classy and modern, and there is ample free car parking. Adjoined to the actual hotel, is their own bar and restaurant, which is a very popular choice for parties and hen weekends, as we found out. We parked the car and headed through the revolving doors to the reception desk, which is located in a large, modernly styled lobby, with lots of space. There were several receptionists on at the time, and although I had a reservation number, I actually didn't need it, as... more
Customer Ramada Da Vinci's Hotel (Derry) Reviews (1)
by - written on 06/04/11 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Londonderry or Derry (as it is also known) is a growing city in the north west of Northern Ireland, and with the Millenium Forum theatre in the city centre, offering some great shows, it has become a place where we frequent more and more. Recently the Sound of Music theatre production was on in Londonderry, and this was when we noticed that a few hotels in the city were offering bed and breakfast packages which included your tickets for the show. After trying several hotels, some of which didn't have the courtesy to phone back with any details, I found that the most efficient and helpful of them all was the Da Vinci's Ramada Hotel, which is situated not far from the ... Read the complete review
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