Hotels Near Horton Park In Bradford
0.94km from Horton ParkWith a stay at Aphrodite Suites in Bradford, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Kirkstall Abbey and University of Bradford. This apartment is 8 mi (12.9 km) from Eureka The National Children’s Museum and 10 mi (16.1 km) from University of Leeds.Breakfast is available for a fee.Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access and multilingual staff.Make yourself at home in one of the 2 guestrooms.
1.01km from Horton ParkMe and my partner went to Bradford for one night to watch a comedian and stayed here. It was easy enough to find and we felt welcome right away. The apartment itself was on the whole very clean, it was smart and had all the facilities you could possibly need for some time away. A massive bonus for me was the secure parking area, you could only get in if you were staying there and it was CCTV protected. One the whole a very enjoyable stay, if we ever stay in Bradford again we will be back.
1.05km from Horton Park
1.13km from Horton ParkStayed here for two nights whilst on a training course. I was contacted by Mohammed within a few hours of my booking to arrange when I'd be arriving, followed up by further communication on the day of my arrival, and I was met at the front door and checked in within minutes of my arrival. I had Apartment 5,on the ground floor to the front of the building - a studio room with double bed, sofa, coffee table, dining table for two, a fully loaded kitchenette and an en-suite shower room. Meridian is a 5 minute walk away from the city centre and its pubs and restaurants. It has free WiFi and on-site parking, which was essential for me. I slept very well each night, with little noise from outside despite the room being next to the main entrance. I will be rebooking another stay next month when I'm back in town for another course!
1.6km from Horton Parkeven though when I arrived the room I got was unmade and dirty but was given a replacement room
1.71km from Horton ParkSet in a prime location of Bradford, Trivelles Hotel - Bradford - Sunbridge Rd puts everything the city has to offer just outside your doorstep. The hotel offers guests a range of services and amenities designed to provide comfort and convenience. Elevator are on the list of things guests can enjoy. Designed for comfort, selected guestrooms offer carpeting, complimentary tea, linens, mirror, sofa to ensure a restful night. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. No matter what your reasons are for visiting Bradford, Trivelles Hotel - Bradford - Sunbridge Rd will make you feel instantly at home.
1.82km from Horton ParkA hotel that helps a colleague make a mistake. This family was good in all aspects of the evaluation and chose this family. The hotel's been making good comments. Nice position, too! Good recommendation!
1.9km from Horton ParkVery good, the breakfast is good and the variety is richer. The night view of the room looking out is not bad.
2.03km from Horton ParkTurn right out of the station immediately, walk up the ramp for less than two minutes, see a shopping plaza on the left, you can see the hotel sign at the intersection, you can walk into the hotel in less than two minutes, and the lobby is on the second floor. Is the third floor of our Asian habits
2.05km from Horton ParkBreakfast is very good. The chef orders it now: omelet, shredded cheese, vegetables, mushrooms, etc. It's great. Other kinds of bread, fresh juice coffee tea. Meat has sausages, bacon. Peach apple, cantaloupe, pineapple and other fruits, a kind of Danone fruit yoghurt. All in all, including early value
2.07km from Horton ParkJust returned from a mini break staying at this hotel. The room was clean and the bed was really comfy - a comfy bed was appreciated after all the walking around the city. The staff are friendly and attentive. We have stayed at the hotel a number of times and we always get the same welcome. The hotel is ideally located for the shopping centre, restaurants and the train station so you can travel around the city and surrounding villages really easily.
2.09km from Horton ParkVery recommended to stay, cost-effective, the environment is very good. Beautiful environment, good geographical location, convenient transportation, comfortable and sanitary rooms, service staff are very enthusiastic, facilities are very humane, high-speed network signal is good, the view outside the window is good. The design of the room's small pendulum is also very distinctive. Next time, check in.
Hotels Near Horton Park In Bradford Review
Quite simply put the worst travelodge i have ever stayed at. Parking is an absolute nightmare when you arrive two tiny carparks approximately room for 20-25 cars. Recption was ok but when you hear that you need to make sure you dont demagnetise your keycard as they dont have any spare ones it is t too reassuring. The room itself was awful. Tiny and pokey is an understatement. Hardly enough room for two suitcases and 2 adults to move around without tripping over each other. The room was freezing cold and took an eternity to het a modicum of warmth. The bed was broken and had been patched up on one side with a bit of board but as the mattress wasn't fantastic this could be felt and made for an uncomfortable sleeping position, so much so we decided that after checking in at 9pm at 1:30am we’d had enough and decided to pack our bags and leave to find another hotel. The bathroom was barely big enough to pee in tiny little shower and i could stretch my arms out and touch all four walls, it was a tiny little cube.
even though when I arrived the room I got was unmade and dirty but was given a replacement room
Stayed here for two nights whilst on a training course. I was contacted by Mohammed within a few hours of my booking to arrange when I'd be arriving, followed up by further communication on the day of my arrival, and I was met at the front door and checked in within minutes of my arrival. I had Apartment 5,on the ground floor to the front of the building - a studio room with double bed, sofa, coffee table, dining table for two, a fully loaded kitchenette and an en-suite shower room. Meridian is a 5 minute walk away from the city centre and its pubs and restaurants. It has free WiFi and on-site parking, which was essential for me. I slept very well each night, with little noise from outside despite the room being next to the main entrance. I will be rebooking another stay next month when I'm back in town for another course!
Very good, the breakfast is good and the variety is richer. The night view of the room looking out is not bad.
Very recommended to stay, cost-effective, the environment is very good. Beautiful environment, good geographical location, convenient transportation, comfortable and sanitary rooms, service staff are very enthusiastic, facilities are very humane, high-speed network signal is good, the view outside the window is good. The design of the room's small pendulum is also very distinctive. Next time, check in.
Just returned from a mini break staying at this hotel. The room was clean and the bed was really comfy - a comfy bed was appreciated after all the walking around the city. The staff are friendly and attentive. We have stayed at the hotel a number of times and we always get the same welcome. The hotel is ideally located for the shopping centre, restaurants and the train station so you can travel around the city and surrounding villages really easily.
Turn right out of the station immediately, walk up the ramp for less than two minutes, see a shopping plaza on the left, you can see the hotel sign at the intersection, you can walk into the hotel in less than two minutes, and the lobby is on the second floor. Is the third floor of our Asian habits
We stay here for two nights in room 312 on the first floor. The rooms are like mini apartments, it’s a large bedroom and separate bathroom. The L shaped room has a table and chair, sofa which opens to a bed, iron and ironing board, there’s tea and coffee making in the room. The team are soo friendly and want you to enjoy your stay. When we arrived the room was a little chilly so our girl at reception brought up another duvet and a small fan heater, once the central heating kicked in we didn’t need either of our extras but the gesture was nice. It’s bed and breakfast and we paid £60 per night. The breakfast room had loads to offer and you helped yourself, nothing cooked but you can book in advance for cooked Food. ( it’s extra) but we were ok with the included. Next door is the on site restaurant and in front of that nearer the road is the pub. Food was freshly made, we had an evening meal on Friday and lunch on Saturday. The team were helpful and we enjoyed both visits. On Saturday evening I bought a bottle of wine to take up to our room and our waitress supplied us with an ice bucket and two glasses, nice touch. We’ve stayed in so called high end hotels before but this one leaves them cold for service and overall enjoyment. Check this out.
Breakfast is very good. The chef orders it now: omelet, shredded cheese, vegetables, mushrooms, etc. It's great. Other kinds of bread, fresh juice coffee tea. Meat has sausages, bacon. Peach apple, cantaloupe, pineapple and other fruits, a kind of Danone fruit yoghurt. All in all, including early value
Me and my partner went to Bradford for one night to watch a comedian and stayed here. It was easy enough to find and we felt welcome right away. The apartment itself was on the whole very clean, it was smart and had all the facilities you could possibly need for some time away. A massive bonus for me was the secure parking area, you could only get in if you were staying there and it was CCTV protected. One the whole a very enjoyable stay, if we ever stay in Bradford again we will be back.
I would like to say a big thank you to the Dubrovnik Hotel for an absolutely fantastic valentine's evening. We were invited back to the hotel after a disappointing evening with them last year. From walking through the door and being greated by members of staff and complimentary welcome drinks to leaving, we had the time of our life. The food was cooked to perfection nice and hot and presented good. The room was warm and the tables were decorated beautifully for valentine's night. The entertainment was really good and then followed by a disco with a very entertaining dj who played a variety of music. The atmosphere was good and everyone seemed to join in the dancing. We cannot thank the dubrovnik enough for their generous hospitality we will definitely be booking again. I can highly recommend the Dubrovnik Hotel and thank you once again.
Had an oveenight stay and had a very warm welcome from member of staff managing the check in desk. They were very attentive. There were a few things that could've have made the stay a tad better. I appreciate that I was staying in a budget hotel which had friendly staff and was clean in the main public areas and in the room. However I think the staff that change the bed should've have noticed the holes in the bottom sheet and changed it for an intact one. The main door to the room did not close properly when I checked in in the afteroon, it hsd to be pushed hard to close. Now whilst this happened in the afternoon, I am always mindful of the other guests, as I myself don't like slamming doors or being disturbed by guest slamming them, so knew this would be a problem going out in the evening and coming back late, and again leaving in the early hours. I had a restless night and was awake from around 03:00, not due to the noise of traffic coming from the adjoining motorway, it was due to an ill shutting window and the wind blowing threw. Maintenance staff should investigate both the door and window to see if the identified issues can be remided, especially the door due to potentially disturbing other guests by having to slam it shut... Room 103. I would recommend the hotel for the friendly staff, clean areas etc and proximity to city centre and motorway networks.
Edinburgh Old Town
The Hilton brand is going downhill, and has lived in countless Hiltons from home and abroad. Every time you come to the United Kingdom, there is always a city that will arrange to stay in Hilton. Each time it ends in disappointment.
1, location, directly opposite the Scotsman Hotel, the spiral staircase next to the Scotsman Hotel can lead to the train station. If there is a large luggage, it is recommended to go out at Plantform Exit 1, there are lifts and escalators, and exit to the right Walk and turn right again for two hundred meters.
A 10-minute walk from Royal mile, Edinburgh Castle, and Whisky Experience Center, these three are together!
About 12 minutes walk from Calton Hill, which is different from the three attractions above
2. The housekeeping was just rubbish. On the first day of arrival, there was no mineral water in our two rooms, and the two rooms were not the same size. The one we lived in was very small. Shower gels and shampoos have obviously been used, but they have not been replaced! !! !!
3. The hotel design has serious problems. Please arrange a room for -3. We must first take the stairs to the second floor, then cross the other two third-level stairs, and then take the elevator down to -3. Rao's head is dizzy and the box Not easy to mention ~
A total of two rooms and four rooms were booked, and the overall performance in all aspects was very good. The layout of the rooms is reasonable, even the smallest classic room does not feel cramped. In particular, the bathroom has a separate dressing table and a large mirror, which is well received. The location is very good, Edinburgh's main attractions are within 15 minutes of walking (of course, Edinburgh attractions are already very concentrated). The public space is beautiful and elegant, and the service is warm and in place. The only minor problem was that when I checked out on the first trip, I was given a £103.5 bill, a £3.5 mini bar and a £100 reservation for the restaurant (we didn’t open the mini at all, nor booked it. Restaurant), after arguing for some reason, the front desk said that it might be wrong. Although the bill was cancelled, it was inevitable that it was unpleasant and destroyed the perfect experience of the whole stay.
Edinburgh Old Town
The hotel is located in the old quarter of Edinburgh, "bread street", close to the castle and Princes Street Gardens, and the location is superb. The hotel's own buffet breakfast is not comparable to the domestic breakfast, but it is already very rich in the UK, you can also find a waiter to customize the fried egg and other dishes. The room is really small, if you are with two big boxes, it is estimated that it is difficult to spread both on the ground at the same time. In addition, the bathroom is really small. It is difficult for a Chinese who is not a burly to bathe in the bathroom or the wall. However, hotels in the UK are small rooms. Overall, it is still satisfactory, of course, don't compare it with the domestic Hilton, otherwise you will feel that you have gone wrong.
Edinburgh Old Town
Very good hotel with kitchen facilities, very complete, pots and pans, including dishwasher, capsule coffee machine, microwave (oven function), large refrigerator, induction cooker, etc. Bathroom cool clothes rack and hot towel rack also Design intimate. The location is also very good. It is on the Royal Mile. It is very close to Windsor Castle and Holyrood Palace. It is a 10-minute walk. It is also 10-minutes to the Edinburgh vavley train station. I will choose this hotel next time.
The hotel rooms are very nice, the retro feel and the design is very good. It is recommended to come to Edinburgh, you can try it. The service is also very good, the front desk staff are very warm and there is a grandfather wearing a Scottish skirt. Very enthusiastic and also voluntarily said that you can take a photo and take the initiative to take the box. It was raining when we stayed, and we went to the front desk and borrowed an umbrella~ Book in Ctrip in advance, just say your last name. Quick search~ When I booked, I just started to watch more than 1,000. The second time I saw it was more than 600, and the price rose very scary. The restaurant is also very nice, but there is nothing to eat in order to catch the trip. So if you have time, try it, but put apples and lemonade at the door~
Edinburgh Old Town
Invincible location, the most lively Royal Mile, is a pedestrian street, full of buskers, acrobatics of the magic of singing the piano, the audience is surrounded by a circle of interaction, the atmosphere is very good. A little bit to the right is Edinburgh Castle. The car has a high level to the front desk, but the suitcase can be lifted. Then ask the front desk, he will give a map, there is a parking lot ten minutes walk, 22 pounds a day. Downstairs is free from 18:30 to 8:30 the next day. The room was clean and there was a kitchen washing machine. The only thing that is not good is that the pedestrian steps outside the window of the room require curtains to be pulled. We live in the capital house, and on the third day we change to a family room and a single apartment, which are located on the second and fifth floors. It may be better to have more than one layer of privacy. The first two are pictures of the family room, and the last two are the capital houses.
Edinburgh Old Town
It is worth four stars. The bathroom in the room is not small, the decoration is more delicate, there is no taste, more importantly, the bed and the quilt and the pillow are very comfortable. The place is a little more remote than Gao Street and Prince Street, but the Old Town of Edinburgh is so big, it is only 20 minutes to get to the train station, and it is much quieter than that. Satisfied, I will choose here next time.
Edinburgh Old Town
The location is very good, it is convenient for trains, airplanes, buses and nights without worrying about going back late or going out at any time. The only thing to pay attention to is to ask for several floors, usually the fourth floor is the first floor of the old town street. It is three floors that are close to the train station, and are ordered four floors or more. Recently, the bridge is under construction. I felt that the room was covered with things like blankets and gray. The decoration style is awesome, and it was changed from the previous Scottish newspaper industry. Like the bar downstairs, a cup of coffee is not too expensive every night, 6-7.5 fat. There is also the indifferent face in the front desk of the store. We are unhappy about changing sheets and checking out one hour late. One is insisting that if you stay for two nights, you will not change sheets. I knocked on the table and said that we want Stayed for three nights, the second is that the small blood stains that are not cleaned are not mine. The third is to change the sheets and the difference is important? The man who was stunned immediately closed his mouth. Check-out is generally 11 o'clock, most people are not mentally prepared at this time.
Edinburgh Old Town
The location is super good. It is less than 10 minutes walk to Princes Street opposite the train station and the airport bus is also nearby. Going out through the back door is a royal mile. Overall, it's not bad. The triple room may be a bit small, much smaller than the jury ’s inn I live in Sheffield. Little brother and sister at the front desk are very enthusiastic, luggage can also be stored, can also be stored overnight! !!
Stayed here for three nights. The location is very good, very close to Calton Hill. The facilities are good, but old pieces of instant noodles were found under the sheets. The bed is not particularly easy to lie down. Refrigerators are used for heat preservation and cannot hold things that require ice. The rest of the sanitation is good, and the staff is very friendly and kind.
Edinburgh Old Town
The breakfast is very good, the variety is many, the service staff is in place. The location of the hotel is good, coming out of the train station, from the opposite stairs to the bridge, and then a few steps away. The main sights can be reached on foot. The bed is quite big, there is a kettle, a safe deposit box, 2 bottles of drinks, slippers need to bring their own, no refrigerator, overall very satisfied!
The breakfast is a standard English breakfast, there are not many varieties, but the hotel’s location is excellent, the hotel is on the left side of Calton Hill, it is very good to watch the sunrise and sunset, it is not far to walk to Edinburgh Castle, take a look along the way The scenery of this ancient city is very good. The hotel is not far from the Royal Mile and St Giles Church. Princes Street is on the right hand when you go out. It is very close to the railway station and there is a bus dedicated to Edinburgh Airport not far away. .
The building was formerly the National Bank of Scotland. The front desk is very welcoming. The boys helped me print the tickets for the next day. The girls helped us to store the luggage and the suite with the top floor. This time I booked a room of more than 1800/night. Although it was a duplex of two beds, it still felt a little smaller. The room has a kitchen but it has not been used. Edinburgh is a city with a lot of history. The ups and downs of the terrain and the architectural style of each era have indeed formed a unique beauty. The full moon night is bright and has a mysterious atmosphere. JK Rowling can write Harry Potter here and it is very understandable. Edinburgh's unique black and white tones are unforgettable.
Edinburgh Old Town
Very friendly staff! The front staff who welcomed us on the day we checked in was extremely friendly and helpful, as was another staff who helped us in the evening to change to another room (the original room had a connecting door to the room next door where some people were having a rather lively party).
At present, breakfast is brought to the room (see picture) and guests can select what they would like to have the day before.
What we didn't enjoy too much while staying was that the hotel itself felt more like an office building and the room, although clean (apart from the cutlery in the kitchen), was not very cozy and quite cold.
We would also like to suggest to allow guests to use the fire stairs as there is only one elevator. We had to wait quite a bit each time we needed to take the elevator (especially during covid times when only one household a time can use it).
There's a rather big construction site next door so people who hope to sleep till late might want to ask for a room thats facing the other side.
The hotel is newly renovated and the facilities are relatively new. Good location, easy to walk to city. The bedding was comfortable, but the double bed was a bit small. The little brother at the door greeted him in a Scottish skirt with special enthusiasm. I almost forgot something when I checked out today. Fortunately, they reminded me to help me find the bag, but I didn't lose it. Breakfast is just a regular English breakfast, nothing special.
The location is so great, it is on Prince Street, so we saved the time to visit Prince Street. And the opposite is the train station, for the friends who travel by train, they have to avoid the twists and turns of pulling a lot of luggage. The room is still small, the faucet design of the bathroom is unreasonable, and every time you wash your hands, it will splash out. Hotel service is not bad. But the service at the breakfast restaurant was a bit worse. In order to sit on the window and enjoy the view of the city, we chose to dine at the hotel, but the foreman of the restaurant was not enthusiastic, the breakfast was not rich, the waiters were few, the reception was slow, I didn’t feel it. it is good.
Edinburgh Old Town
The hotel environment is very good, the location is also good, the Royal Mile Street is out, the attitude is very polite, stayed for one night, because I came back after three days, so I left the bulky luggage in the hotel, we three people, send Three bags are available at no extra charge. Room facilities are good, toiletries are basically complete, some are L'Occitane, that is, toothbrush toothpaste should be prepared by yourself, slippers will be ready. The booked triple room is very spacious. It has a separate bed and a small bed with separate space, as well as an induction cooker. You can have time to do something yourself. Breakfast is simple, English, fill it up. In particular, the train station is not far from the hotel, but it is necessary to take the steps (still quite long). If the baggage is large or heavy, it is recommended to bypass and there is a slope.
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