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A lovely hotel with great helpful staff, reasonable parking cost for a city centre(although it would be better if it was free for guests) Nice gym and pool and spa facilities Definitely would use again.
The hotel was very clean. The only problem I had was the lighting in the bathroom and bedroom, it was very dull and as I have bad eyesight found it difficult to see in the mirror. The table lamp and floor lamp were not working, again hard to see in mirror to put make up on
Pity about the rude lady who checked us in. Mix up relating to a change in booking which Expedia had confirmed but hotel had not changed. Receptionist unapologetic and very unhelpful in resolving the issue. Eventually given a tiny but well appointed room which happened to be exactly above a school ...
We stayed here for easy access to train station & to St James Hospital. It was the perfect place to stay! The staff were extremely helpful & friendly. The room was spacious & comfortable, although the bathroom had multiple hairs in the bath & on the floor! The food served at breakfast was excellent. ...
Easy to find. short walk from train and bus station. All staff welcoming and friendly. Hotel showing its age. Only one lift was serviceable. Some lights in room not working.
Lovely hotel even if it is looking slightly dated, good parking facilities, rooms are clean and very spacious with a comfortable bed, the best part of the hotel though are the staff who were warm, welcoming and friendly, nothing was too much trouble for them and they really made the stay enjoyable. ...
Well situated in the centre of the city. Rooms are spacious, simply furnished , comfortable and clean. The staff are very welcoming, friendly and helpful. I would recommend to anyone who is looking for a city break in Leeds.
These apartments are by far the best Hebden Bridge option. They are extremely well equipped, and even ecologically sound. More or less perfect.
In these days of greatly increased environmental awareness things like carbon footprints and reducing energy consumption are becoming matters of some concern even among the general public. Holidaymakers are today far better informed about such issues than were their predecessors in the fossil fuel-gobbling sixties and seventies, for instance, and it matters to them what sort of impact they may be inadvertently having on the wider environment when they jet off on holiday.
The travel industry is transforming itself to address these concerns, with hoteliers starting to make greater efforts to limit their impact on natural resources and use sustainable ones as much as possible. West Yorkshire green sustainable hotels are leading the way in this respect and you may well consider staying at one next time you're in the region for business or pleasure.
West Yorkshire green sustainable hotels are becoming increasingly common across the county in places like Bradford, Leeds and other towns and cities of the region. Their owners tend to be practical and conscientious when it comes to the environment, seeking to run a financially-sound establishment without unduly impacting the environment. They implement ideas that have been tried and tested elsewhere as part of the 'green movement', for instance by using only sustainable resources such as paper and wood from managed forests, and using recyclable materials whenever possible. Modern technology has lent a helping hand here too, by for example making it easier to harness sun and wind energy and to become a part of bigger green movements which can provide advice and material support.
Green sustainable hotels in West Yorkshire such as Jury's Inn Bradford and Hilton Leeds City Hotel are very serious about their environmental responsibilities and take a professional and practical approach to environmental sustainability and issues like recycling. The use of smart cisterns in toilets and natural fibres in linen, the planting and ongoing management of local forests and many other initiatives are employed to make a difference to the wider environment. You may even pick up a few tips to use in your own home when you get back.