- Reviews: 1257
The Village: Western approaches
I have never stayed here because I live locally but I understand from people I know that this is a comfortable hotel and generally well liked.
Its location however is strange - close to the A63 as you approach Hull from the west but in a mixed area of car showrooms, an Aldi supermarket and offices. There would be no where to go for example in the evening if you wanted to walk anywhere. However through the day the 701 Park and Ride bus leaves every 10 minutes for Hull centre (and the KC Stadium) from a nearby terminus.
- Reviews: 1257
The Endsleigh Centre: Bargain accomodation
Not having a need to stay here as I live locally but here is a real find if you are looking for quality accommodation and you want a reasonably central location and somewhere quiet.
The Endsleigh Centre is part of a Catholic retreat and nuns also live here. However the bed and breakfast is open to everyone and the building is in beautiful grounds that offer peace and quiet about 2 miles north of the city centre - there are buses in to the Interchange from the stop outside every few minutes.
In 2012 a single on suite is 32.50 and non en suite 27.50.Double en suite are from 55.00.
Breakfast is a continental breakfast. There are also sitting rooms for residents and kitchen facilities for guests to heat and prepare their own food.
- Reviews: 240
IBIS Hull: IBIS Hull
IBIS Hull is located near the centre of Hull city along a main road. Despite this the rooms are quite quiet and I couldn't hear any traffic from outside which is one of my pet hates. I booked the room though the official website and got a standard double room without breakfast for £33.00, at this price you are not given cancellation insurance and you must pay for the room upfront. Other prices and styles of rooms are available. The room I stayed in was very tidy and had the usual amenities. The bathroom was spotless clean.
Although the check in time is 12 noon I was able to book an earlier check in at 11. Although this hadn't been cascaded down to the reception staff after a few minutes I was able to check in at the agreed time and had a very pleasant stay.
IBIS Hull is less than a 4 minute walk from the pay and display car park which is to the rear of the hotel. The hotel offers no free parking.
The rooms also have a desk so work can be completed if away on business.
- Reviews: 1257
Hull Travelodge: Travelodge in city centre
This is new in Hull and opened in May 2011. I have not stayed here because I live here but include it in these comprehensive Hull pages.
A good location although the northern side of the hotel is next to a busy dual carriageway - it is close to the shopping area and entertainment etc but some distance from museums and the river front although this could be reached within a 15 minute walk.
- Reviews: 48
Hotel Elizabeth: Wish I stayed here the first night
This hotel is out of the way on the outskirts of town. I can't be more detailed than that. It was a quite hotel, my room had a beautiful view of a river/lake and then the city. The rooms were specially nice. The lobby was orderly and comfortable. I am much more of the quite sort at a hotel and this out of the way hotel provided a much more reasonable cost for a much quiet atmosphere than places in the center of town.
- Reviews: 1257
Whittington and Cat: Four star bed and breakfast
This is Hulls newest bed and breakfast ( December 2008) and it has been awarded a four star rating from the English Tourist Board and this is only one of two bed and breakfasts in Hull to be awarded this rating.
This is an old Hull pub that has been renovated through 2008 by its new owners and transformed in to a boutique style bed and breakfast. There are five double en suite and one en suite with an apartment on the upper floor.
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I have no need to stay here living locally but this is included to give what will eventually be a comprehensive listing of all of the places to stay in Hull.
From a personal view this is a good place to stay location wise especially if you are involved with ice skating or visiting to see a concert as it is only a minutes walk from Hull Arena . Also on the A63 (westbound) so good for car owners coming in to Hull from the M62.
- Reviews: 1257
Ibis: International chain hotel
I have never stayed here for obvious reasons but here is a hotel that is part of the Ibis chain in Europe. Well situated the Ibis is new to Hull in recent years and close to the shopping centre and transit interchange. There are 106 ventilation cooled rooms with wireless Internet access (including six adapted for guests with limited mobility) and a restaurant the Le Nautique restaurant, a bar offering snacks 24 hours 7 days and public parking. Pets allowed.
- Reviews: 24
Mayfair Hotel: Don't go here!
I stayed in a single standard room, and was supposed to stay for three nights. I left after the first night, because the bed was broken. It actually hurt to lie in it, because of the springs bulging through the matras, and so I slept on top of the sheets with my cloths on, which was still extremely uncomfortable.
When I wanted to take a shower, I found out the thermostat was broken, and so I couldn't ajust the temperature. The water was so hot, I couldn't even touch it. The man at the reception apologised and said I should try the shower down the other corridor, but that was taken and I decided to go to bed and try in the morning.
So the next morning, after not having slept very well and waking up at five am, I went to the other shower, and found it was far from clean. It smelled horrible and musty, but I didn't have a lot of choice. Unfortunately, this shower only gave freezing cold water.
By this time I was fed up with the hotel, and went downstairs to say I wanted to check out. I got my money back for the other two nights, and left.
This accommodation doesn't have any outstanding characteristics. Well, no positive ones, anyway.
I would just strongly advise anyone not to go to the Mayfair hotel.
- Reviews: 808
student house: Only for student again
This is the kind of accomodation you can rent from the university if you stay there for a semester (or preferably one year).
They are small houses you share between 4-6 students. They are usually reserved for postgrad student.
- Reviews: 808
Student Hall: only for student...
This is the kind of accomadation you can get from the university if you stay there for a semester (or preferably one year).
The kitchen is shared between 10 people...
- Reviews: 22
Beverley Youth Hostel: Beverley Youth Hostel
This hostel opens at 5pm and can provide accommodation in one of three dormitories. It is comfy and has a good kitchen with pews and tables to eat on.
This hostel is housed in the old Dominican Friary building, which formed part of the Cathedral in the medieval period.
It is an official YHA hostel and has a great hostel manager. The hostel itself is fairly comfy, has a large log fire in the Old Hall.
- Reviews: 3247
Travel Inn: Travel Inn
Roughly 40 pounds per room per night. Room sleeps up to 3 adults or two adults and two kids.
They are good rooms, fairly cheap and are easy to book. The drawback is they're a little way out of town. There is no breakfast included but both are next to restaurants (little chef/ brewers fayre). The one at Kingswood park is on a retail and leisure park with a David Lloyd Leisure Club close by.
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