Royal Hotel Hull
Station Hotel, literally
The Royal Hotel (now part of the Mercure chain) used to be called the Royal Station Hotel, and there is actually an entrance right on the station concourse. (If this door isn't open, it's only a matter of walking round to the front). It is comfortable and convenient, and we were happy to book there again on our second visit to Hull.
Rooms are comfortable and well-appointed, with TV, hospitality tray, hairdryer, trouser press etc. There is also free WiFi (reception will provide a slip with the password.) On our first visit, we booked through a third party hotel booking website, and we found on check out that the hotel tried to charge us again, even though we had already paid. It was easily sorted out, though. The moral here is have your booking confirmation to hand when you check out - my husband forgot this elementary precaution.
We had dinner in the restaurant, and found it good value. I can particularly recommend the pork belly dish. The total bill for (three courses for my husband and two plus coffee for me) came to about £44, which I thought was good value.
Unique Quality: The Hotel features on the Larkin Trail as the poet Philip Larkin often ate here. It also features in his poem: 'Friday Night at the Royal Station Hotel'.
Directions: Adjacent to the station
Good hotel for travellers
I had my lunch here recently and colleagues stayed in the hotel. Of course living here I had no need to stay but I have put this hotel on these pages because it was so well liked by my colleagues and because the facilities for non residents are good.
The restaurant and bar area are well furnsihed and comfortable and the food of a good standrad. Service was also very good.
Unique Quality: There are two entrances - one at the front of the hotel ( as shown on my photograph) and one directly from inside the transit interchange.
Very limited car parking.
Quality Hotel Royal
I stayed here for two nights, in a double en-suite, breakfast included.
Unique Quality: The room was nice and spacious. It had television (with pay tv). Everything was pretty clean.
There's a restaurant in the hotel as well, which serves some nice dishes. I had some lovely salmon with fresh veggies for about 12 pounds.
Directions: Next to the train station.
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Royal Hotel Hull
We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:
- Quality Inn Kingston Upon Hull
- Quality Hotel Kingston Upon Hull
Address: 170 Ferensway, Kingston-upon-Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU1 3UF, United Kingdom
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Amenities at Royal Hotel Hull
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Room Service
- Free Parking
- Bar / Lounge
- Free High Speed Internet
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