The location was ideal for me and the price mase it something of a bargain
Very nice and clean ,the road outside loud at night
Value for money. Bad point. They dont do a full English breakfast.
Good location,nice period property. Clean , friendly staff . Full english breakfast was excellent with choice of fruit etc! Had a meal in the resuraunt after a visit to the theatre which was just across the road ; food was very good my wife comented that her ChickenTika Masala was nicest she had ...
Good sized rooms. Excellent showers. Lovely fluffy towels. Good breakfast.
Very nice reception, staff were very helpful, room was clean
Very disappointed as i could not collect IHG points This was the only reason i booked this hotel
The United Kingdom boasts some truly spectacular holiday destinations, from vibrant cities to tranquil and unspoiled countryside. The northern county of the East Riding of Yorkshire has it all. Keen ramblers feast on the glorious Yorkshire Wolds, while families revel in the welcoming seaside resorts. One attraction in the heart of Hull gives visitors the best of both worlds - Pearson Park. The luscious urban gardens are open all year round and are surrounded by a whole host of excellent hotels and guesthouses.
Many of the finest parks in the UK date back to the Victorian era, and Pearson Park is no exception. When the park was established back in 1862, there was a big push across the country for an increase in public spaces. Pearson Park gave locals the opportunity to enjoy fresh air, plants and wildlife all in one place. It was Hull's first public park.
Within the colossal 20 acre space which sits close to Hull's centre is a tantalising wildlife garden. The different habitats house all kinds of creatures, from birds and frogs, to bees and newts. Environments span wildflower meadows, woodlands and ponds.
There's ample parking at the park, ideal for those visiting from outside Hull. There's also a play area for kids, and plenty of nearby places to grab refreshments.
As the only large urban area in the county, it makes sense that Hull promises the widest selection of hotels in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Options include just about everything from small and private guesthouses to colossal, state of the art brand hotels.
Campanile Hull represents fantastic value for money in the city centre. Guests at the two-star hotel enjoy free WiFi throughout the property, as well as an on-site restaurant and meeting room. From here, it's just a few minutes' walk north to Pearson Park.
Those seeking a more traditional kind of accommodation can check into the White Hart, situated in the east of the city. The black and white beams of the hotel's exterior exude a tangible charm, while the hotel's WiFi, restaurant and meeting rooms tick the boxes for convenience.
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