Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 525
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by ssphotog nice stay
nice stay, comfy bed, clean, friendly staff.
breakfast could be improved though...
June 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by amy's nan overnight stay
I booked myself and my grandaughter in to the hotel for one night. We had tickets for the hull truck theatre which is so close to the hotel it's great. After the theatre we returned to the hotel and had drinks in the bar which was very relaxing and a great end to our evening. The hotel staff were warm and friendly and the room was very clean and tidy. We have stayed here before so we knew we would be well looked after and comfortable. I know some people don't like the fact that the twin rooms overlook a car park but personally I don't book into a hotel to look out of the window so it doesn't bother me. The breakfast choice was excellent and the dining room kept clean. I'd recommend this hotel to everyone.
June 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beejay10 One night stay at a busy time
Very helpful check in and check out. We arrived early and were found a room immediately. On check out we arranged to leave cases for collection later.
We had a room with a view over towards the football ground and could see parts of both the Humber Bridge and the river, very good.
Only slight downside was that the room was very warm although the air conditioning did help.
June 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BlissC Great hotel in a great location
The hotel is a great hotel in a great location. It's much closer to the railway station/interchange than the map suggests. It's a great city centre location, ideal for shopping (and business), visiting Hull’s tourist attractions, and within walking distance of the Old Town and the Museums Quarter - and The Deep. Hull and the surrounding area is fairly flat, no hills, so ideal for those who struggle with hills, and wheelchair users. All of Hull’s visitor attractions are wheelchair accessible, with the exception, for obvious reasons, of the Arctic Corsair and Spurn Lightship.
The hotel is minutes walk away from the railway station, with St Stephen’s shopping centre on one side, and the Albermarle Music Centre and Hull Truck, one of Hull’s two theatres, on the other side.
The hotel staff were, without exception, friendly and helpful. For those arriving by car, a secure car park is attached to the hotel. The selection available for breakfast was perfectly adequate, catering for most tastes. The hotel is clean, bright and modern, and the breakfast area/bar is relaxed and friendly, with a good atmosphere.
I'm a wheelchair user, and had booked a wheelchair accessible room. The room was a good size, with plenty of room for me to manoeuvre around, even in my wheelchair, which is a fairly large powered wheelchair. The bathroom too was fully accessible, with a level access shower with a wall-mounted shower seat. It had two wash basins - one standard height, and the other a low level one. The bathroom had all the required grab rails, including around the WC, and a fold-down rail.
The hotel has two lifts, both fairly large, which have no problem accommodating wheelchairs, and a few foot passengers too.
Our room was at the back of the hotel on the 4th floor, with a view out to the west of Hull, with the Humber Bridge just visible in the distance. Though the room overlooked the rear of the railway station, the top level of the attached car park, and with Hull Royal Infirmary fairly close, so lots of ambulances, etc., the insulation/sound-proofing was good, as there was very little noise from outside with the window closed. There were nets at the window, and the curtains were lined ‘blackout’ curtains - good for those who like a dark bedroom. The room was simply furnished, though clean and tidy. The bed was fairly comfortable, with a choice of soft or firm pillows.
Hull is a very welcoming and friendly city - well worth a visit, and the hotel’s an ideal base for exploring the city and the surrounding area.
June 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by wearytravellerzzz Pleasant enough hotel but awful bed!
The hotel was conveniently located in Central Hull with access directly from St Stephen's car park (for which you get a discounted rate but only for the overnight portion of your stay - if you arrive in the afternoon and pop out in the car you have to pay the normal rate)
The room was fine and had all the basic amenities expected but the beds were unbearably soft, there was no lumbar support at all and I got up in the morning with a very sore back. This could just be a personal preference - I was with my teenaged daughter and she loved the soft bed.
June 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ArcoTraveller Great Stay in Hull
Great hotel and real value for money. I can recommend this hotel. The proximity to the city and in particular the shopping centre was very good. The parking facilities were also very good.
June 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by AP07 Good budget hotel
Central location next to shopping centre with easy access to city centre on foot.
Efficient, helpful staff
Included breakjfast very good
Good views of city from 9th floor
On very busy road with traffic noise at night
Car park could be better signposted
Would recommend for a short stay.
June 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by ESB2016 Great Stay, friendly and attentive
Great hotel, stay there for business, right in the middle of the city.
Only gripe is the mattress, could be better!
Rooms pleasant with good heating/cooling, clean tidy and fresh.
Staff wonderful and very helpful.
Had internet issues, router had failed but it was resolved and all was well.
Will be back soon!
June 6, 2016