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Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Techexpert Relaxing Weekend Stay
We spent a couple of nights at Holiday Inn Bromsgrove, during a weekend visit to the Severn Valley Railway in Kidderminster.
The hotel is easily accessible from the M5 motorway, yet is located in a countryside setting which makes it ideal for a relaxing break.
We arrived late on the first evening but were soon able to check in and settle into a large, comfortable room. After a good sleep we enjoyed a hearty breakfast the next morning and took advantage of a swim with our little girl; family time together is welcomed!
Our friends arrived later that afternoon and we were able to enjoy another swim, which the kids loved. Numbers of people in the pool have to be restricted, due to its size, but the wait was not excessive and we were offered complimentary soft drinks in the meantime.
Many parts of the hotel have been refurbished in recent years, but that shows up the parts that have not. The swimming pool and jacuzzi area could benefit from some refurbishment, but the main area for attention has to be the bathrooms in bedrooms and some public areas (e.g. corridors).
Whilst the bathroom is clean and tidy generally, the fixtures and tiles are starting to show their age and do not match the quality of other fixtures
September 2, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Rob2206 Great location and value for money
Really liked the location and style of hotel. Room was comfortable although slight concern re rackety window closures given we were ground floor, could have easily been opened from outside. Facilities good, enjoyed pool and gymnasium and bar and restaurant.
Sleep for me and my young family was ruined by unacceptable noise levels from the room above, banging clattering and disgusting language heard clearly by me and my children, reported and dealt with (think they were wedding guests !!). Breakfast was ok but limited, have stayed in a few Holiday Inns and enjoyed more choice and better quality.
Overall not bad for the price paid, would give it another go.
September 2, 2015