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Clean, well maintained rooms, ideally located for travellers and tourists at the on Swinegate. Reception and cleaning crew were exceptional, the bar/restaurant was sterile and lacked character with perfunctory staff, as if the area was an add-on to the real business.
Really comfee bed, friendly, happy, welcoming stay, super clean rooms, contact less door opening, loved it, only thing that could have been better was decaf tea/coffee availability
I booked this hotel for my wife's birthday based on previous reviews and the photos. We were not disappointed on arrival - beautiful building and room, spotlessly clean and helpful staff. Location is a two minute walk from Leeds station and less than five to the main shopping.
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. ...
I booked the Malmaison because I had work to do in Leeds and got a good deal on room rates. The staff are wonderful and the rooms themselves are beautiful however the beds are like slabs of concrete - for such a large hotel chain you would at least expect comfortable beds.
Feel like you stepped into the roaring 20s in this intimate Art Deco-styled hotel on the old waterfront in Leeds. Elegant black, white and red color scheme in the lobby went well with the gracious staff. Our room was spacious, with fluffy cotton robes, staff-made shortbread and caramels every night ...
Staff are very friendly and helpful. Room was comfortable with a large bathroom and had all the usual tea, coffee etc. Close to the bus and train stations. Will stay here again when next in Halifax.
Really cool classy apartment. So nice to have a separate lounge to relax in, this one really good size with fully functioning kitchen, dining table and sofa and chairs with TV area, all overlooking City Square. All stylishly designed and quality fittings. Loved the large windows letting in so much ...
A nice hotel with lots of periodic features the bars and restaurants are lovely too, one minor problem is that we had to collect our own car due to the metal roller have being jammed in the valet parking lot and was not even offered a discount or a refund for this.
As all the world knows, British history is extremely rich and colourful, with the remains of castles, abbeys, stately homes and other ancient and medieval structures a prime reason for visiting these islands for many people. West Yorkshire is no exception, with the likes of Pontefract Castle and Harewood House seeing thousands of enthusiastic visitors every year. When you come to West Yorkshire you'll also be able to enjoy some beautiful landscapes, from the Pennines to the lovely Yorkshire Dales and Ilkley Moor. The county has plenty of literary associations too, as the Bronte sisters' parsonage is to the west at Haworth. Booking in to a West Yorkshire historic hotel is an excellent idea if you really want to immerse yourself in the local atmosphere.
Historic hotels in West Yorkshire such as Shibden Mill Inn at Halifax and The Black Horse Hotel in Otley allow visitors a good idea of what life used to be like in these parts before the advent of chain hotels and glass-and-steel office blocks. They hark back to a time when the pace of life was slower than it is today, with the primary mode of transport being a horse-drawn carriage if you were lucky. Shibden Mill Inn for instance dates to the 17th Century and is full of artefacts that conjure up that remote and strangely romantic and cosy world. At the time, facilities would have been basic, whereas today guests can enjoy all the mod cons just as they would do in a bigger chain hotel, albeit in a more refined atmosphere.
Whether your West Yorkshire historic hotel is a grand old city mansion in Halifax or Leeds or a refurbished coaching inn surrounded by the Yorkshire Dales, you're guaranteed excellent services and facilities. West Yorkshire has good road and rail links to the rest of the country as well, so it's easy to visit another region for a day or two while you're based here. Some historic hotels in West Yorkshire even have their own resident ghosts, but you'll have to check their websites for more information.