Hotels Near Take Thai In Norwich
0.34km from Take ThaiI stayed two nights at Beaufort Lodge and would definitely return to this beautiful B&B with its hosts Aylwin and Don looking after your every needs. It has three beautifully appointed rooms, a side entrance specifically for guests, sitting room with plenty of guide books on Norwich and parking for three cars, which is so important in a place like Norwich where parking is at a premium. The Breakfast Room overlooked the delightful garden and you could not wish for a better selection of food. The walk into the City centre of Norwich is only 15 minutes away and you will be spoilt for choice for your evening meal, whilst taking in all that this historic city has to offer. Returning to Beaufort Lodge you will find the peace and tranquillity combined with the option to enjoy your tea and coffee in your room, kick of your shoes and unwind something that you will treasure before retiring for the night in a most comfortable bed. This has to be the best place to stay in Norwich.
0.53km from Take Thai
0.76km from Take ThaiWe stayed here early Nov on the special weekend deal RO. Clean cosy room, door a little thin as we were woken very early Sunday am by someone chatting before he went for a run. Very close to town, 10 mins walk maximum. Parking no problem. Very attentive staff, breakfasts were great, coffee could be a little stronger, but the proper tea we had on Sunday was spot on. We will definitely return.
0.9km from Take ThaiWe stayed here for 2 nights in February, travelled down on a Sunday evening and stayed until Tuesday morning. The room was upgraded for me by the Concierge, and we had a beautiful roll tap bath in the bedroom. The kitchen was fully equipped with everything we needed to cook for breakfast. The towel rail in the bathroom didn't work and we couldn't work out how to turn it on, but apart from that everything was perfect. We ate at the pub down the road and the food, and cocktails were great. I will definitely be returning next time I am in the area.
Very Good10 Reviews
0.95km from Take ThaiThis luxurious 4-star boutique hotel offers charming, individually designed rooms in a fabulously restored Baroque building, in the heart of Norwich.The hotel’s attractive original sandstone façade conceals renovated interiors and 23 luxurious en suite rooms, including 5 suites. Each room is unique, with original features and flat-screen TVs with DVD and CD players.St Giles Spa offers a range of treatments, and there is a terrace where guests can relax with a well-earned cocktail.With a superb location, close to the very heart of Norwich and complimentary car parking available for guests during their stay, St. Giles House is a great base whatever your reason for visiting the city. The hotel has 24 rooms, including 5 suites. All of the comfortable, spacious rooms are well-equipped, with all the modern comforts and facilities you need in a restful, relaxing base. Whether you are exploring the region as a tourist, visiting the area on business or attending a conference, the comfortable, peaceful rooms provide a relaxing haven.The rooms are attractive, unique and individually designed and it is in the little details that the hotel’s quality really shines through; each room has a stylish flat-screen TV and a range of L'Occitane beauty and bath products. The restaurant offers an inviting selection of freshly prepared dishes that combine the best of locally sourced ingredients and culinary expertise to produce classic and imaginative dishes.
Very Good5 Reviews
1km from Take ThaiVery good customer service offered by Table Table at the Nelson Road, Norwich Premier Inn restaurant by Manager Peter Ramsey on Sunday, 4th October. Due to a genuine miscommunication and oversight, we arrived to our pre-booked table within the required time and found there was no booking. The kitchen were closing and were unable to take our order. We were informed by a member of staff that we would be unable to order food. Peter handled the situation in a professional manner and resolved the problem. Peter was able to sort out the issue by speaking to the kitchen and proceeded to arrange for us to be served with food and drinks. We understand we’re in unprecedented times and we thank Peter for his display of clear leadership. Thanks once again Premier Inn for a wonderful stay.
1.35km from Take ThaiThe room is clean, the service is good, and we 'll stay next time!
Very Good11 Reviews
1.44km from Take ThaiThe ground is not flat, and it is easy to trip because it is an old building. There is no elevator in the room on the third floor, and you need to drag your luggage up. But the room was clean and the service was good.
1.53km from Take ThaiFirst weekend break here for about five years-we were here for my wife's aunt 90th -but we were reassured by standards of friendly helpful professional service were still evident. familiar faces of Shelley Miller unbelievably in residence for a silver jubilee plus great help with the in-house wifi from Barry and friendly disposition of Amelia plus all the staff generally combined to ensure a great stay in one of the few weekends when the weather was halfway tolerable.Breakfasts were lively and well catered and attended but the dining room was not well attended on either Saturday or Sunday evening which was a shame given the wide choice and flexible menu arrangements given to us on half board terms;Diane on Friday was a delight as a server and made sure our meal and experience went very well.Our room 12 was well appointed at the back very quiet and had the great advantage of a wet room shower which was much appreciated by my wife still recovering from a badly broken wrist.We need to return in the summer.
1.61km from Take ThaiIt is very close to the down town, a 15-minute walk to the shopping center, and also to the famous Norwich Market and Norwich Castle. The hotel room is not big, but clean and tidy, it is recommended.
1.72km from Take ThaiLocated right in the heart of the city - on a busy road and over and opposite nightclubs, it wasn't easy to sleep without ear plugs. With them it still didn't go well. It is a small hotel, with the result that the check in desk was often not staffed. This sounds negative; it worked out fine for me. The staff's attitude was excellent. But don't expect much for your money!
Very Good5 Reviews
1.73km from Take ThaiWalking distance from all Norwich attractions and Station. Several little thing let this hotel down, only 2 teabags in our room each day ,rooms clean and comfortable but no storage or hanging space in our Business Room for which you pay a slight premium. although the Quiet floor as it was weekend was at times noisy. Our room faced the inner courtyard and was quite dark. On the plus side the staff were efficient and very helpful and friendly, they were a credit to the company. The breakfast was good quality but a little lacking in choice, although there was plenty of it. There is no parking on site but a multi-storey car park is just across the street ,At a price.! Although we did not use it there is a bar and basic food on offer at a sensible price , but a walk into the City could offer something more exciting. I would certainly stay here again, but it could be better with a little more of an offering
Hotels Near Take Thai In Norwich Review
It is very close to the down town, a 15-minute walk to the shopping center, and also to the famous Norwich Market and Norwich Castle. The hotel room is not big, but clean and tidy, it is recommended.
Very good, the breakfast is good and the variety is richer. The night view of the room looking out is not bad.
Stayed one night with my husband and son. Arrived a bit early but had a very friendly welcome at reception and went straight to our room after our temperatures were checked! The hotel felt very 'Covid-safe' and as though a lot of effort has been made to look after staff and guests. Our room was clean and comfortable with a fantastic shower. We ate dinner and breakfast in the restaurant and both meals were excellent. The staff were attentive and very friendly and we had a really relaxing stay.
Norwich City Center
Very good customer service offered by Table Table at the Nelson Road, Norwich Premier Inn restaurant by Manager Peter Ramsey on Sunday, 4th October. Due to a genuine miscommunication and oversight, we arrived to our pre-booked table within the required time and found there was no booking. The kitchen were closing and were unable to take our order. We were informed by a member of staff that we would be unable to order food. Peter handled the situation in a professional manner and resolved the problem. Peter was able to sort out the issue by speaking to the kitchen and proceeded to arrange for us to be served with food and drinks. We understand we’re in unprecedented times and we thank Peter for his display of clear leadership. Thanks once again Premier Inn for a wonderful stay.
Norwich City Center
After having three holidays cancelled due to Covid decided to head south to avoid Boris bans up north. Chose Norwich after a short visit a while ago. Hotel was superbly situated with ample parking and a friendly welcome on arrival, all COVID restrictions in place but managed very well. We initially had booked two nights but extended to the third. The room was typical premier inn clean, spacious and a decent bathroom, there was no room cleaning available unless specially requested due to the pandemic. Breakfast at the hotel was excellent despite it having to be table service and the choice was all still available, we also ate twice in the restaurant and the food along with the service was excellent and good value. The city centre shopping is a ten minute walk away along with several decent bars, one mention for the pub across the road from the inn ( the complete angler) which was both lovely and friendly
I stayed in the Namaste Palace Hotel on a trip visiting UEA. I was pleasantly surprised by the rooms. Having read the reviews on Booking.com after booking my stay I have to say I was rather worried and had prepared for sleeping in my car! Whilst this was a lovely hostel I would not go as far to call it a hotel. The shared bathrooms are spacious and clean, and the bedroom was as well. A lot of cupboard space if you are staying longer however I would not recommend as you may end up with back issues due to the bed being no more than a bit of foam cut to size! My request for a twin bed was not accommodated and we ended up with a VERY small double. As I was with a friend it ended up being alright as we didn’t sleep much anyway due to the noise in the corridor all night long! Whilst we did not get in to the hostel until very late, there were still people walking around at 4 in the morning and the walls are incredibly thin so we could hear EVERYTHING our neighbours were doing! The parking stated whilst booking is a pay and display on the other side of the road. It was relatively cheap (from 5pm to 9am cost £5) and it was very easy to use. Overall I had a pleasant experience, it was clean and did the job for one night.
Norwich City Center
Walking distance from all Norwich attractions and Station. Several little thing let this hotel down, only 2 teabags in our room each day ,rooms clean and comfortable but no storage or hanging space in our Business Room for which you pay a slight premium. although the Quiet floor as it was weekend was at times noisy. Our room faced the inner courtyard and was quite dark. On the plus side the staff were efficient and very helpful and friendly, they were a credit to the company. The breakfast was good quality but a little lacking in choice, although there was plenty of it. There is no parking on site but a multi-storey car park is just across the street ,At a price.! Although we did not use it there is a bar and basic food on offer at a sensible price , but a walk into the City could offer something more exciting. I would certainly stay here again, but it could be better with a little more of an offering
Very good, the service is warm and thoughtful, when I enter the house, I will give tea. The service like home feels really good. The owner of the hotel is also very nice. Thank you very much.
Upon first arrival I did think the outside looked very dated and it’s location I did have second thoughts on going in but once inside my views did change as inside looked very nice and inviting and certainly different than from the outside. The lady who checked me in was very polite as was the bar man who after the first night knew Our drinks order before we even entered the bar area. When we entered the room first impression was very good however on further inspection the room had a lot of cob webs which would appear the room had not been cleaned since the lockdown which was a little concerning and the bathroom looked a little grubby. Even in the restaurant the lampshade was full of cobwebs which makes me think that no deep clean had been carried out prior to opening following the lockdown as we stayed the first week hotels were able to open and again very important where serving food. This hotel was very central for our needs however the beds were so uncomfortable and when staying for a few days could really feel all the bumps and springs and might be worth them investing into new mattresses. We did have two meals during our stay and would say the food was very nice and couldn’t fault that at all.
It's really level one invincible! Highly recommended! It's really a legacy. I'm at least better than the king of orange crystal
The hotel with a very good view, all facilities are very good! Recommended
This was booked for me and recommended! The staff were friendly and helpful ,restaurant good was 8/10 good wine too ! I paid £164 for B&B no way was it worth this amount rooms and decor a little worst for wear for this price !! I travel a lot all over the world and at the moment with the corona virus I’m like most people a little bit more critical maybe!! One thing that freaked me out is that I had to get house keeping to clean the toilet and worst of all hairs in my bed , they sorted it immediately & of course with cleaning & new bedding & very apologetic, I just think at this price I was disappointed and with hygiene what we expect today it wasn’t a nice experience.
Hotel location is far from the city center! It is very convenient to have a car. The hotel is close to the local football field. If there is a game, you can watch it and you need to pay £6 for parking.
This hotel is not in the prettiest part of Norwich, but it is very convenient for travellers. The surroundings are nicely landscaped and there is overflow parking at the Brewers Fayre next door, where breakfast is served as there is no catering at this Premier Inn. The Brewers Fayre breakfast is exactly like the Premier Inn one, but you do need to book because it can get super busy. I've stayed here a few times, and it has always been a pleasant experience. Travellers tip: the weird sound in the bedrooms is the air conditioning. It's easy to adjust, but shorties like me may take a while to realise the controls are situated quite high up on the wall.
The room is clean, the service is good, and we 'll stay next time!
We stayed here for 2 nights in February, travelled down on a Sunday evening and stayed until Tuesday morning. The room was upgraded for me by the Concierge, and we had a beautiful roll tap bath in the bedroom. The kitchen was fully equipped with everything we needed to cook for breakfast. The towel rail in the bathroom didn't work and we couldn't work out how to turn it on, but apart from that everything was perfect. We ate at the pub down the road and the food, and cocktails were great. I will definitely be returning next time I am in the area.
Doltan may be a bit loose but he is a good bar lady. We love him, he always makes the measures double and you can tell tease him about being ginger but he loves it. Suppose lee is alright to, even of he does hide under tables
The location of the hotel is very good, just beside the train station, within 5 minutes walk. The grandpa at the front desk is very friendly. The house is very clean, with electric heating, very warm. Hot water is also sufficient, free luggage storage, recommended to stay. Walking distance from the city center.
Good location, convenient transportation, good service, some facilities are simple
I was worried after reading reviews but shouldn't have been. Firstly, the location is spot on. Our room was a superior at the front of the building so overlooked the river. We had an email before arrival telling us that they have 2 buildings so we knew that being in their other hotel (literally round the corner) may be a possibility. The man who sorted us out was kind and helpful. Showed us all we needed to know and sorted out our £5 permit which we booked in advance. The room was big enough, towels and toiletries provided and also tea/coffee making facilities. Overall a great little stay and will happily use again.
Norwich City Center
The ground is not flat, and it is easy to trip because it is an old building. There is no elevator in the room on the third floor, and you need to drag your luggage up. But the room was clean and the service was good.
First of all I have to say the staff were lovely. Polite efficient and responsive. Sadly though, the place was a metaphor for this country. Tired, falling to bits and a bit tacky. Two nights we stayed. The room we were first given had a hole in the bathroom floor and the net curtains were brown in places. So we moved and the new one looked like someone has been skating on the dressing table. The paint was chipped and scuffed here and there. But hey, it was better. Inevitably however, the room key stopped working and the toilet bunged up. I thought the place was quite clean but my Wife smiled and said ‘its superficial’ pointing out the dust on the switch casing and the sticky threshold between the bedroom and bathroom. The breakfast was served quickly with a smile. But the sausages came from the sausage factory, the bacon from the bacon factory and the scrambled egg from the powdered egg factory. (And obviously fried, boiled or poached weren’t available because that would be too near to fresh - likewise the case I guess for the absent tomatoes, mushrooms. ...... or anything else that could be fresh) so nothing much to go wrong there - or right for that matter. And the whole system-built concrete thing sits at the bottom of an ASDA car park next to a derelict place that looks like a massive dirty, petrified igloo. Would I go back. Well yes. Because the bed was comfy, the sheets were clean, it was cheap and I do superficial (unlike my wife). And mostly, I know that when things go wrong, which they inevitably will, the nice staff will be there to cheerfully put things right. Nevertheless, my message to the top bid of Holiday Inn (uk) and it’s board of directors is: Not good enough guys. Knock it down. Don’t be superficial. Don’t be the Ryan Air of hotels.
The environment and room type of this hotel are OK, it is the best I have ever stayed in the UK. Breakfast can be. Most of them are British natives. But there is a service I don't know whether it is a hotel or a Ctrip agent. I took three big bags, and the room is like a nine-curve bridge. From the bottom, the elevator is small, and the room is in the last room. , caused a lot of trouble for me.
Having read the previous reviews I was VERY apprehensive. My assistant had booked the room and when I was travelling to the guesthouse I read that I needed an access code as the property wasn’t staffed. I followed the instructions and clear details were provided. On arrival I wasn’t overly impressed with the communal entrance being unsecured and the view of two topless men chilling in their room but it was warm. The property is accessed by a key code lock. No problem there but once inside you realise that this is the only lock between you and anyone else coming in (I don’t know who else has the code etc). To resolve this a bolt on the inside would have been appreciated and would have afforded peace of mind. Anyway I was on the first floor so minimum noise and the facilities were fine. I would have appreciated black out curtains and a tv in the bedroom but all small things that would help to increase the rating to four star. I doubt I would return until an internal lock is fitted but other than that all fine.
Stayed here in September 2020- cheap hotel for work , beds was fairly comfy... tv in the room is absolutely tiny, my tablet is the same size .. physically couldn’t watch it! Shower was rubbish , took ages to warm up ! The bar and restaurant are currently not open which we didn’t know until we arrived, although in a decent location ... Staff are all friendly ... ok for if your working away and need just a bed.but wouldn’t stay again. The room was always hot also , and it’s quite noisy outside on the nights I found!
Norwich City Center
Located right in the heart of the city - on a busy road and over and opposite nightclubs, it wasn't easy to sleep without ear plugs. With them it still didn't go well. It is a small hotel, with the result that the check in desk was often not staffed. This sounds negative; it worked out fine for me. The staff's attitude was excellent. But don't expect much for your money!
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.
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
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.
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