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Booked for Gin and Vodka festival and decided to stay over. Booked through Booking.com. Hotel was in an ideal location, staff were very friendly and helpful. Spotlessly clean but hotel was quite tired looking and no shower apart from hose on the taps. Perfect for...More
Mould, damp, peeling wall paper, 1970's decor, no hot water, no water pressure, small mirror, sink in the room (nope not the bathroom but in the room!)...
Only stayed as Premier Inn was full.
The price of £45 per night for a twin was the reason for my stay here. It's easy to find, and the staff are friendly, but one gets the impression it needs a facelift. In our room the wallpaper was starting to come off the...More
I stayed in the Belgrave for three nights in July 2017 whilst visiting a university friend. The price of £30-a-night was the main draw, but it would be difficult to argue that this represents value for money.
The hotel is located 2 minutes away from...More
Great location several nearby pubs and eateries and not more than 10 minutes from the city centre shopping on foot. It was good value for money at £30 for an en suite room. the room was clean and comfortable. The biggest downside for me was...More
US$ 51 - US$ 132 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I'm here now, there's a small bar opposite reception but it was u staffed and unclear when/if it will be in use. They do breakfast for about a fiver, I won't be trying it, the Town Crier, a few doors down looks a better bet... More
I'm here now, there's a small bar opposite reception but it was u staffed and unclear when/if it will be in use. They do breakfast for about a fiver, I won't be trying it, the Town Crier, a few doors down looks a better bet. It's a Wetherspoons type place, not everyones cup of tea, but it looks clean, modern and busy with a good crowd.