Hotels Near Methodist Church In Stevenage

2.5/55 Reviews
0.17km from Methodist Church
I unfortunately booked this hotel without reading the reviews. My stay was for 3 nights I stayed one and barely slep a wink. I moved to a hotel I usually stay in when visiting the old town of Stevenage. I arrived to a darkened reception and met the receptionist I must say the lady was friendly. I was given a key to a room on the first floor. I couldn't believe the darkness of the corridor it was eerie. The corridor only lit up when you walked down it. The room was ok on first inspection but again very dark. I was advised that if I returned late that night I would have to ring a bell to get back in. Thankfully I came back before the doors were closed. It was on my return that evening I really noticed how dark and eerie the whole place was. I felt very uncomfortable walking to my room. In fact I placed a chair to the door that night. The next morning I was being collected at 9am and noticed when I opened the curtains that they were hanging off the rail, the carpet had stains, the bath splash was falling off, no soap and no tea or coffee. On leaving the hotel that morning not one person was to be seen it was if I was the only person in the entire pla ce including staff. I decided that evening before I returned to leave. I packed my bags and came to the reception to hand back my key but there was no one in the place. I posted it in the return box and left. When I got into the taxi the driver informed me that it was noted to be the worst hotel in Stevenage. I would avoid at all costs. What I don't understand is why this place is being advertised by TripAdvisor, Booking.com etc. Avoid this place!!!!! I paid for three night and only stayed one.
FromUS$80
3.7/510 Reviews
0.53km from Methodist Church
Booked a room for this Saturday to be at an event which is now cancelled because of Coronavirus. Booked through Hotels.com so needed to cancel through them, which is impossible as their phone/chat lines are all stuffed with a million callers. I was resigned to losing the money then the hotel themselves called me out of the blue to ask if I still wanted the room and then to offer a rescheduled booking. Perfect proactive service, thanks very much Ibis I am really grateful.
FromUS$59
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.56km from Methodist Church
We have been to the Cromwell on many occasions for different events, staying overnight once. We always have been very impressed by the service we received. The hotel rooms are very comfortable and clean, food very tasty, this includes breakfast when we stayed, as well as diners we have had at the entertainment evenings. The recent Dolly Parton dinner was no exception, it was very well organised, Liz Rose kept us updated, and was very helpful, especially in this climate with Covid and not knowing if the event was going to happen, Liz made sure we knew what was happening. The show/ dinner itself was brilliant, we felt very safe with all the safe measures put into place to make the evening work ..looking forward to our next visit.
FromUS$79
4.8/5Outstanding15 Reviews
0.9km from Methodist Church
Choose the modern Holiday Inn Express Stevenage hotel in Stevenage's town centre, just 5 minutes from junction 7 of the A1(M). It's easy to get to Luton Airport , just 15 miles from the welcoming Holiday Inn Express Stevenage. We're a modern brick building situated opposite Stevenage train station in the pedestrianised town centre, with nearby parking available. Relax on a high-backed leather chair with a beer in our contemporary bar . Book a training day for up to 40 colleagues at Holiday Inn Express Stevenage, where you'll find 4 air-conditioned meeting rooms with wireless Internet. Wireless Internet is available in our colourful Guest rooms and there's a computer in the Lobby. You can go bowling or catch a movie at Stevenage Leisure Park , just 10-minutes' walk from Holiday Inn Express Stevenage . Order tasty takeaway meals to eat in our Great Room, where a complimentary buffet breakfast of pastries and hot items is prepared daily.
FromUS$55
4.3/5Excellent12 Reviews
0.93km from Methodist Church
Enjoy contemporary comfort and excellent transport links when you stay at the Holiday Inn Stevenage hotel. A striking, modern building in Stevenage town centre , Holiday Inn Stevenage is an impressive venue for staging functions from conferences to weddings. We're just 20 minutes' drive from Luton Airport and 45 minutes from Stansted Airport. And with direct train links to King's Cross Station the hotel is also a good base for visiting London. Wireless Internet in all Guest rooms helps you stay in touch while you're away from home or the office. Get down to business in one of 7 state-of-the-art meeting rooms - the largest can accommodate up to 300 people. We're close to major companies such as Fujitsu, and fast trains from Stevenage station, 5 minutes' walk from the hotel, speed you to London King's Cross in 30 minutes. Book the Executive Package to enjoy complimentary Internet in your upgraded Guest room, and onsite parking. Delve into local history in the landscaped gardens of stately Hatfield House. It's also just a few minutes' drive from Holiday Inn Stevenage to Knebworth House , where regular rock concerts and classic car shows liven up the park. Holiday Inn Stevenage's sophisticated Destinations Restaurant serves hearty breakfasts followed by international cuisine for lunch and dinner. Work out in the MiniGym, and head to the congenial bar for a refreshing cocktail afterwards.
FromUS$66
4.5/5Excellent6 Reviews
1.46km from Methodist Church
Stay connected with Premier Inn Hotel Stevenage Central. In a quiet industrial area with excellent nearby transport links, you'll be well placed to zip off to business and leisure destinations in central London, as well as nearby Hertford and Welwyn Garden City. Watch a film or try your hand at bowling at Stevenage Leisure Park. Escape to the country with a trip to Fairlands Valley Park. Picnic on the lawn or catch a world-class concert at Knebworth House. Then unwind with a tasty meal in our restaurant and a great night's sleep in your extra-comfy Hypnos bed and new, modern rooms.
FromUS$79
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
1.87km from Methodist Church
We were attending a wedding in nearby Hitchin. We were greeted by lovely Tara, who deserves a special mention. So friendly and helpful. An absolute credit to the company. Fantastic location. Tara directed us to the Old town , which was a very easy 15 minute walk. Due to the virus there was no food , so we happily went into Stevenage. Very quiet hotel, safe parking. 100% recommend
FromUS$73
3.6/510 Reviews
2.93km from Methodist Church
THERE were so many good and bad points about the Roebuck that it was difficult to know where to start this review. So I'll deal with the good points first which were very friendly and extremely helpful staff, a lovely period pub area with wooden beams, a very good evening meal and an excellent breakfast in the restaurant which also served extensive Indian meals at night. Nothing was too much trouble for Reception who handled several queries for me including booking me a taxi to the railway station. Top marks for all that. My room was small and compact and it had a wealth of facilities from a kettle and coffee making facilities to a suitcase stand. Unfortunately my room also came with an extremely annoying tapping-clicking-dripping sort of noise which I could neither pin down or do anything about. I even switched the radiator off to see if it was that but it wasn't. Still don't know what it was -- did report it to staff -- but it cost me several hours sleep. Other annoyances included my mattress seemingly being on a slight slant to one side which gave the impression you might slide out of bed and on to the floor while I could hear other people in the room next door and the room above me, both talking, shifting things and walking about. Two tiles were broken in the shower but poor maintenance -- as other reviewers have said -- was the main negative for the Roebuck. Surrounding gardens hadn't seen any love, care or attention for years. Saplings have sprung up next to building walls which are slowly being taken over by ivy which is so invasive it has actually grown through the surrounding of one large corridor window. Another corridor window seemed to have broken and been crudely boarded up. Undergrowth in other areas has simply been clumsily cut and the branches left to lie on the ground while large clumps of brambles have totally taken over one corner in the angle of buildings as well as growing into huge garden clumps. Corridor carpets are faded and worn, exterior paintwork is either flaking or has come off altogether, one double glazed window in my bedroom had blown with condensation inside it and corridor floors often creaked loudly although, fortunately, not outside my room. All in all, I would return to stay here but only if the Roebuck fitted my needs which it just about did for this trip. I'd think twice about a long stay here.
FromUS$60

Hotels Near Methodist Church In Stevenage Review

3.7/510 Reviews
Booked a room for this Saturday to be at an event which is now cancelled because of Coronavirus. Booked through Hotels.com so needed to cancel through them, which is impossible as their phone/chat lines are all stuffed with a million callers. I was resigned to losing the money then the hotel themselves called me out of the blue to ask if I still wanted the room and then to offer a rescheduled booking. Perfect proactive service, thanks very much Ibis I am really grateful.
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FromUS$59
3.6/510 Reviews
THERE were so many good and bad points about the Roebuck that it was difficult to know where to start this review. So I'll deal with the good points first which were very friendly and extremely helpful staff, a lovely period pub area with wooden beams, a very good evening meal and an excellent breakfast in the restaurant which also served extensive Indian meals at night. Nothing was too much trouble for Reception who handled several queries for me including booking me a taxi to the railway station. Top marks for all that. My room was small and compact and it had a wealth of facilities from a kettle and coffee making facilities to a suitcase stand. Unfortunately my room also came with an extremely annoying tapping-clicking-dripping sort of noise which I could neither pin down or do anything about. I even switched the radiator off to see if it was that but it wasn't. Still don't know what it was -- did report it to staff -- but it cost me several hours sleep. Other annoyances included my mattress seemingly being on a slight slant to one side which gave the impression you might slide out of bed and on to the floor while I could hear other people in the room next door and the room above me, both talking, shifting things and walking about. Two tiles were broken in the shower but poor maintenance -- as other reviewers have said -- was the main negative for the Roebuck. Surrounding gardens hadn't seen any love, care or attention for years. Saplings have sprung up next to building walls which are slowly being taken over by ivy which is so invasive it has actually grown through the surrounding of one large corridor window. Another corridor window seemed to have broken and been crudely boarded up. Undergrowth in other areas has simply been clumsily cut and the branches left to lie on the ground while large clumps of brambles have totally taken over one corner in the angle of buildings as well as growing into huge garden clumps. Corridor carpets are faded and worn, exterior paintwork is either flaking or has come off altogether, one double glazed window in my bedroom had blown with condensation inside it and corridor floors often creaked loudly although, fortunately, not outside my room. All in all, I would return to stay here but only if the Roebuck fitted my needs which it just about did for this trip. I'd think twice about a long stay here.
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FromUS$60
4.3/510 Reviews
We have been to the Cromwell on many occasions for different events, staying overnight once. We always have been very impressed by the service we received. The hotel rooms are very comfortable and clean, food very tasty, this includes breakfast when we stayed, as well as diners we have had at the entertainment evenings. The recent Dolly Parton dinner was no exception, it was very well organised, Liz Rose kept us updated, and was very helpful, especially in this climate with Covid and not knowing if the event was going to happen, Liz made sure we knew what was happening. The show/ dinner itself was brilliant, we felt very safe with all the safe measures put into place to make the evening work ..looking forward to our next visit.
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FromUS$79
2.5/55 Reviews
I unfortunately booked this hotel without reading the reviews. My stay was for 3 nights I stayed one and barely slep a wink. I moved to a hotel I usually stay in when visiting the old town of Stevenage. I arrived to a darkened reception and met the receptionist I must say the lady was friendly. I was given a key to a room on the first floor. I couldn't believe the darkness of the corridor it was eerie. The corridor only lit up when you walked down it. The room was ok on first inspection but again very dark. I was advised that if I returned late that night I would have to ring a bell to get back in. Thankfully I came back before the doors were closed. It was on my return that evening I really noticed how dark and eerie the whole place was. I felt very uncomfortable walking to my room. In fact I placed a chair to the door that night. The next morning I was being collected at 9am and noticed when I opened the curtains that they were hanging off the rail, the carpet had stains, the bath splash was falling off, no soap and no tea or coffee. On leaving the hotel that morning not one person was to be seen it was if I was the only person in the entire pla ce including staff. I decided that evening before I returned to leave. I packed my bags and came to the reception to hand back my key but there was no one in the place. I posted it in the return box and left. When I got into the taxi the driver informed me that it was noted to be the worst hotel in Stevenage. I would avoid at all costs. What I don't understand is why this place is being advertised by TripAdvisor, Booking.com etc. Avoid this place!!!!! I paid for three night and only stayed one.
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FromUS$80
4/55 Reviews
We were attending a wedding in nearby Hitchin. We were greeted by lovely Tara, who deserves a special mention. So friendly and helpful. An absolute credit to the company. Fantastic location. Tara directed us to the Old town , which was a very easy 15 minute walk. Due to the virus there was no food , so we happily went into Stevenage. Very quiet hotel, safe parking. 100% recommend
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FromUS$73
3.7/510 Reviews
Booked a room for this Saturday to be at an event which is now cancelled because of Coronavirus. Booked through Hotels.com so needed to cancel through them, which is impossible as their phone/chat lines are all stuffed with a million callers. I was resigned to losing the money then the hotel themselves called me out of the blue to ask if I still wanted the room and then to offer a rescheduled booking. Perfect proactive service, thanks very much Ibis I am really grateful.
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FromUS$59