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All reviewscul de sacsteam trainthe great central railwaystay there againquiet locationcomfortable hotelloughborough town centretwin roomplenty of parkingfull english breakfastexcellent value for moneyensuiteuniversity
Visited on the off chance. The receptionist was lovely, telling me about the market and which bus to get. Helped find my phone when i miss-placed it couldnt of done more.
The hotel itself is run down and dated but it was ok.
About my eighth visit and has improved decoratively and foodwise. Rooms good and service excellent.
Will be back later in the year. Only drawback that I can see is the appearance of more people with lineside passes standing up near fence or generally in the...More
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Where do I start? The receptionist is extremely rude and my items kept going missing, when she was approached she would be dismissive and unprofessional. The room has only a shower which is covered in limescale. The hotel is dated with awful decoration. The hairdryer...More
good accommodation friendly bar staff excellent bar snacks and breakfast.24 hour security good value £70 for double room with breakfast.nice location .plenty car parking which other hotels like premier and travellodge dont have.
Cosy but slightly tired looking hotel. Have stayed here on 2 or 3 visits to Loughborough and find it quite adequate.
The Ritz it isn't but if you are looking for a quiet location with friendly staff then you will find this to your liking
Response from Antonette M | Reviewed this property |
I stayed here, and would say no, our shower was over the bath with no hand rails. The shower door was stuck to the bath so I could not put one hand on the sink for stability as I would normally to help with my arthritis.