Hotel was perfectly located for a stay on York. Close to a lot of the main tourist attractions. Although primarily a corporate hotel the Hiltons rooms had every thing we needed for a weekend away, it was clean and the bed was comfortable. Staff were excellent and made my stay very pleasant
Excellent location close to city centre. Nice room although a little small. Mattress a bit too hard for me and room awkward to get out because of property configuration. Lovely breakfast and friendly helpful staff. Would stay again
Lovely staff. Cleanliness of rooms was very good. Great amenities and excellent location for the Barbican. Nice breakfast. Would recommend.
Parking at the hotel is not FREE. 30 pound for a night is expensive. Hotel location is near to the all the key tourist attraction and is also next to various food location.
Great location, car park around the corner, check out cafes bars on same street as hotel.
Our room was spacious. Not too far from city centre; convenient location
Location is eecellent. The bar/ restaurant is soulless.
Nice. Good location. Has workmen so a bit hard to get around
Exercise room was a bonus. The hotel was situated across the street from a micro brewery that offered an excellent tour (and beer). The hotel was located in a guiet area with good access to the train station and the York Minster area.
Home to some of the United Kingdom's best-loved National Parks and numerous historic towns and cities, it's easy to understand the appeal of North Yorkshire as a holiday destination. The Moors and Dales are ideal for walking, but are also peppered with fascinating attractions, suitable for all the family. The historic gems dotted around York make it the country's most popular city to visit outside of London. It's not just the history which brings people to York, though. The city is also home to a spectacular shopping centre at Coppergate. Centrally located, the Coppergate Shopping Centre is close to some of the best hotels in North Yorkshire.
Since opening its doors to the public back in 1984, the Coppergate Shopping Centre has served as York's foremost shopping centre. Located within the old city walls, it's right in the heart of the city, meaning it's convenient for visitors staying all over town.
The open-air shopping space is great on warm summer afternoons, but the covered walkways mean it's equally accessible through the winter. The centre is dotted with large public squares, a food court and even St. Mary's Church, which also serves as a popular art gallery.
Shopping centres aren't often renowned for their history, but the site at Coppergate is special. Before becoming a shopping centre, the site housed a sweet factory, but the interest goes back a long way before that. Archaeological digs on the site of Coppergate revealed the remains of 10th-century Viking buildings. Hence the inclusion of the fascinating Jorvik Viking Centre inside the shopping complex.
York is the most popular place to visit in North Yorkshire by a long way, which means it's packed with great places to stay. Options range from affordable B&Bs to elegant and upmarket spa hotels.
Gray's Court is a stunning period property which dates back to 1092. There's a fabulous breakfast on offer in the mornings and the picturesque hotel grounds are just minutes from the shopping centre.
The Park Inn by Radisson is a smart choice for those seeking a convenient and comfortable stay in the city centre that comes with a modest price tag.
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