The Derbyshire Hotel (Derby) Reviews
Description:Address: Carter Lane East / South Normanton / Derby / England
Newest Review: ... a few times both before and after the switch of ownership. The very first time I stayed I did feel it was a little tired looking, a little old fashioned and in need of a refurb. Having said that it was clean and comfortable, the staff were pretty good and the food was good (if not the most exiting). So when I checked in under the new name I was keen to see if the new owners were going to ... more
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by - written on 01/07/08 (Very useful, 72 readings)
The Derbyshire Hotel was until recently called The Renaissance, it was sold by Marriott to a chain called Principal Hayley Group. It is just off Junction 28 of the M1, it has conference facilities so is usually used by business people or companies needing a meeting room. Across the road is a touchbase (a building to hire meeting rooms), a premier inn and the attached Brewers Fayre. So cheaper competition close by (check my hotel reviews to see my thoughts on the premier inn). When staying you can use the heated indoor pool & a small gym for free. I've never used these so can't comment but it's good to have the facilities available. I've ... Read the complete review
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