Excellent room , clean , nice to have a biscuit with my cuppa .
Food in the bar ok , not great .
Had breakfast in the restaurant, nice choice of the usual breakfast spread but the restaurant reminds me of Eastern European surroundings .
The hotel is very handy for the town centre but due to the bad weather we got taxis. The friendly staff got these for us with a friendly smile. The receptionist had time to tell us more about the town and gave us a useful map. Our rooms were clean and comfortable and the breakfast was well cooked, served hot and fresh with lots of choice. Coffee and toast machines very efficient. Overall excellent value for money and yes we would go there again
In need of a refurbishment. The hallways smelt damp. The receptionist was excellent on arrival on the evening, she couldn't do enough to make us feel welcome and looked after which was a stark contrast to the head waitress in the morning at breakfast. There was no tea or coffee ready, no butter for the toast, the food was cheap to taste and shockingly expensive for what it was. When cleaning the waitress liked to clean the table knocking bits on the floor, then she would wipe down the seats of the chairs before wiping the next table down. She did this with 3 tables with the same cloth and never once rinsed it or used any form of spray. She also never smiled the whole time we were there and totally ignored people who strayed into the restaurant from the unmanned morning check in area. We were looking for the hidden cameras at one point as we thought we were being tricked. By the time we left we were convinced this hotel was the inspiration for the Alan Partridge series.
Bolton, 10 miles north-west of Manchester, is home to the neoclassical Bolton Town Hall, which opened in 1873. An earlier addition to the town is Ye Olde Man and Scythe pub, which dates from 1251, and is one of the oldest public houses in Britain. Bolton Wanderers play their football at the Reebok Stadium, and comedian Peter Kay has based much of his work on the town and its people.
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