85% would recommend it to a friend
Small room, basic,it was supposed to be Executive package room (comes with bathrobe and slippers, upgraded toiletries, complimentary snack & refreshment) Snack.
bathrobe and slippers. usual toiletries-squeezy soap. refreshments usual as expected. No hair dryer. one pillow each. Anyway on a better note, we asked for an iron and was given it and breakfast was good (although on checkin I was told breakfast was on special offer and then when I informed him I had already paid for it on line, the guy made out like he was doing us a favour and said he would be on in the morning so would see us ok?).
Would love to stay here again.
brilliant room. brilliant stay.. no complaints
Value for money
Wasn't worth the amount I paid
Executive Double Room
Overall the room was, modern and clean, but I had to request a hairdryer at reception, as none provided in room, although there was a holder for one.
A mirror above the desk would have been appreciated for applying make-up etc, which most hotel rooms do have. Also the only place to hang clothes on was a small rail protruding from the wall, with 5 coat hangers, which was very insufficient for two people.
Nice and clean and great value for money.
London hotel prices for a hotel inDerby, ...so called executive room the size of a shoebox, no bath, a shower you had to run around in to get wet, no notepad, paper, pen available, old tv and styles by someone who must love Homebase value laminate, the type that peels at the edge after a week ( this hotel has been totally "refurbished".) My room had a delightful view over a building site as an added feature.
I booked 2 rooms for my colleague and I , his was even worse, I was embarrassed to ask him to pay the extortionate £107 a night. The restaurant was described by my colleague as a bus shelter, with Peter Kay type chairs ...where he sat on the bunk bench and I on the chair opposite and I was a foot higher than him despite him being taller than me. It was also cold by the plate glass window . Staff friendly but spent 10 minutes trying to check people in ( thank goodness we were first in queue) due to the "new system" that it seemed one person had been trained on. The "menu" sheet was a creased scrap of a4 paper with such delights as you d find in a poor beefeater
Good price if you book in advance on late rooms
Room was decent, shower was forceful but that bloke in the corridor, he was awful ...
Long story shortt ... You can't mitigate for drunken Millwall fans.
Stayed for one night, fabulous value for money.
No frills, but what more could you want for £33?