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34% would recommend it to a friend
The standard of the hotel and room was very disappointing.
Considering this was a large hotel in the middle of the town it should've been a lot more welcoming with a great atmosphere. Instead it was a very tired, unwelcoming, unloved hotel. It needs a good refurbishment and the rooms need updating. We would've loved to have had a nice cosy drink in the bar in the evening but instead had to go out. A nice log fire and some comfy chairs would've made all the difference.
Great value for money.
Hotel was quaint,only problem was a tap on the basin that wouldn't turn off. Reported it to a member of staff who promptly sekar with it.
Very tired hotel
This hotel is in much need of a lot of TLC.
We had a constant smell in our bathroom which was not in the bedroom. The smell couldn't be from mould as there wasn't any. The carpet was thread bare and had quite a few stains on it. The sheets were very thin. The poor lady that makes up the room had only started that day and looked like she had been left to get on with it by herself. Glasses in the bathroom were not clean. The coffee cups although they were clean they were badly stained. The curtains and nets were near enough black not the white they were meant to be. The windows needed a clean and repaint. The whole room needed repainting and decorating. The drawers that the TV was on didn't open as they were a vanity thing that the top needed lifting first so the drawers could be opened but you couldn't use them as the TV was on the top. Generally a very tired and not particularly clean hotel and I would not use them again or recommend them to any one else. Good location though.
good to go
Loved the location the staff and the food
Seen better days
I wasn't expecting top quality for £70 a night, but the hotel had seen better days.
Our tiny twin room was up what seemed endless corridors and staircases. The room itself was retro to say the least, peeling wallpaper, mould on the bathroom ceiling and for sone reason no shower curtain. Our room at least was in serious need of a make over.
Seriously in need of a refurb!
Staff on reception at The Lord Leycester hotel were great and the bedding was clean, unfortunately these were the only positives.
We were a little early and the room wasn't ready so we went away, when we came back it still wasn't ready. When we actually got to the room, it had a dodgy catch on the door that locked us in, a dodgy scart lead in the TV that had to be 'adjusted' to get a picture, stains and cracks all over the walls and ceiling, stained vinyl and mouldy grout/sealant in the bathroom, dirty, ill fitting curtains, no hair dryer.....I could go on, in short this was probably the worst room I've ever stayed in, had the bedding not been clean I would have asked to be moved. To be fair to the hotel their other rooms might be of a better standard but if room 212 and the condition of the corridors are anything to go by this hotel really does need a refurb. It's a shame because it's in a good location.
Good location for Warwick and surrounding area
Service from arrival to departure excellent hotel like a maze but to me this added character.
Position for seeing surrounding area eg Stratford, Leamington etc excellent. The only criticism was the shower/bath took ages for water to get hot for the shower and ages to run a bath.
the staff at the hotel were friendly and really helpful the room was clean and you had everything you need for your stay there
Basic but also unclean. Wouldn't stay again.
In need of TLC
The rooms were clean but tatty.Fresh linen and Towels.But flaking paint on the ceiling and cheap furnishings.
Basically for a Tudor building on the main High Street in this historical town you would expect a higher level of decor and authenticity.We only stayed for one night but if we'd booked for a longer break i would have felt very let down by the overall appearance of this establishment.