We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
I wouldn't even class this as a 2* hotel. 1st impressions weren't good (a coat of paint on the outside would make a difference at least) fags ends all over the grass looks like they have been collecting for weeks. When we got in the...More
We stayed at this hotel for one night as we were visiting elderly relatives. I found the staff incredibly friendly and the food very nice indeed. We ate dinner and breakfast at the hotel and really enjoyed both meals. The service was great, Zoe especially...More
Booked here for one night £30 , added breakfast when we got there , yes it's a bit tired , but room was clean had its own bathroom , , tea coffee facility, free parking and wifi , for £30 it was spot on ,...More
This place is great for those who want a cheap but comfortable stop over for one or two nights. Friendly staff and quite quiet despite central location. As long as you are aren’t unfortunate enough to be locat d near Neanderthals making a racket and...More
Stayed here for a couple of nights and what can I say really?
Room stinks of years of nicotine and dog. Room very very dated with carpet stains that I don't even want to know what they are ( See photos)
Bathroom was like an...More
Response from JednSasha | Reviewed this property |
Having worked in hotels for many years, I can only comment that ALL hotels cater for all types of people, the law recognises that a hotel room you book is your place of residence for the period you have booked, legally you... More
Having worked in hotels for many years, I can only comment that ALL hotels cater for all types of people, the law recognises that a hotel room you book is your place of residence for the period you have booked, legally you can even smoke in a hotel room, the ban is a hotel policy not the law. So the simple fact is that people use hotel rooms for exactly the same purposes as they use their own bedrooms, nobody needs to point out what happens in hotel bedrooms on honeymoon nights.
Some people cannot use their own homes, I remember booking many a hotel for weekends with my girlfriend when I was in the army, we couldn't really book her into the barrack rooms could we.
It then follows that others do the same be they, heterosexual, Gay or Lesbian, providing they are discreet I do not see a problem with it personally.
We have stayed at the Campanile in Hull many times and never met anyone that we could describe in any category other than average hotel clients, we have never seen anything happening there that we could envisage as offensive to anyone, not even to the most prudent of people.
What goes on there behind closed doors I have no idea, no desire to know and as said, have never been given a reason to know.
I am sure that ALL people would be offended if on check in they were asked "are you Gay or Lesbian" or "do you and the other guest plan to have any sexual encounters while you use the room", a hotel will only take action if there were complaints from other guest such as excessive noise and that happens without there being a sexual reason for the noise.