Stayed at the Park Royal last weekend. They were very busy (Grand National weekend) and had a wedding party. The staff were lovely and nothing was too much trouble. The pool and spa were spotlessly clean. The gym is well equipped. Loads of parking. Rooms were nicely decorated and bigger than average. I would definitely stay again.
"Convenient hotel - close to business destination"
When we pulled into the car park, me and my colleague wondered if we had come to the wrong address. The car park and entrance was just too grand for the money we had paid for the night's stay. With its 5 meter dia clock on the roof, the reception was just epic. Made me wonder, if the booking was real! But, sadly that's where our excitement ended. Walking to the room, we saw evident signs of once a great hotel. Burned carpet at places were the second sign, after the creaking elevator with its loud doors. The room was not cleaned properly, and the bath tub had a broken shower head. For the one night, it was OK. But I won't bring my family here, owing to its lack of attention to the rooms. Perhaps a talk with the cleaning service (or a pay hike) is in order; after all there are 1000 odd rooms? (the room numbering said so). But, all in all, I do agree that the quietness in the room did help in sleeping, without looking at the other dirty pillow. Breakfast was Premier Inn quality: not that exciting, but fair. The 3 staff members standing in a corner, gossiping with hands in their pocket, showed the lack of guests. I would recommend it if you are there on business trip, and are looking for a decent room to crash for the night at Runcorn OR even have your teleconference.
Found the hotel reasonably situated in a quiet laybye off Manchester Road. Got changed and went out for a friend's wake. Woke up in the morning feeling refreshed and had breakfast. Checked out with no problems. I didn't use it for a holiday it was just somewhere to put my head down and was quite adequate for that.
Traveller from Sheffield
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Nicknamed 'The Wire', in reference to its history in wire-making, Warrington is a thriving New Town on the banks of the Mersey, peppered with historical architecture and modern developments. Delamere forest, about 25 km away, is perfect for hikers, bikers, and horse riders looking to take a break from urban life. More adventurous folk can monkey around at the Go Ape! tree-top obstacle course.
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