The hotel was nice. The room was comfortable with a large bathroom. I ate a beautiful meal in the restaurant although there was a slight confusion as to who was serving me and as such I was asked to pay twice!
Traveller from Newcastle
Historic Victorian building. Walking distance to theatres, cinemas, musuems, shops and fine cuisine. City rich in …More
1 night business trip
Issue with card machine at check in
Bar area and staff good, drinks quite reasonable, especially for a hotel - menu looked ok, although didn't eat there
Room was as expected for such a hotel, everything you would need, bed comfortable, shower was hot.
However air-con unit didn't work, and wall heater was quite poor, so if you wanted the room to be warm/hot then you were out of luck.
Also TV/remote wasn't working properly
Just little things that didn't really matter for one night, but for a longer stay would have been unacceptable.
Breakfast buffet however was very good, and had everything to offer
Traveller from Blackwood, Wales
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The hotel is in a good location close to the theatre , city and station. However it appears someone forgot to tell the Jury Inn that this was the North and not London, the prices for the drinks and snacks were expensive including charging £2.25 for a bottle of water at the bar that you could buy for £1.00 at reception. The cost of the Restaurant meals were more than you would pay in London!!. I will give them credit the breakfast was worth The room were very good.
We paid £10.95 for 2 courses at the Theatre Restaurant (1914) big portions & £15 for bottle of wine great value)
after staying in holiday inn express in Hull we decided to try the one in Bradford and one again we had a very comfortable overnight stay. Staff were very pleasant and really helpfull, nothing was to much trouble and i would like to thank them for their service.. However we have one small complaint and that was with the cleanliness of the room,We found numerous pubic hairs in the bathroom but as our stay was for one night only we decided not to make a fuss...If our stay had been for a longer period then we would have made a complaint to the staff... This small problem would not stop us from staying here again as we got a good deal for our one night stay...
The slightly tired decor and worn carpets were compensated for by the friendly and efficient staff, who put us in a room as far from the noisy wedding reception as possible, ensuring an undisturbed night. This place seems to survive on weddings and the odd business traveller, and is not really a holiday destination despite the attractive rural setting. The room was a reasonable size and clean, but doesn't come with any of the usual complementary toiletries - even the tea and coffee supplies are a bit mean. Didn't sample the food.
We were a group of 3 and stayed in a family ensuite which consists of a small single and spacious twin room with bathroom in between. It was perfect for our group and worked out excellent value for money. A hairdryer and iron were not available in the room so we had to ask at the front desk but they were able to supply both.
A beautiful character building dating back to the 1800s. The Hotel has a light conservatory Restaurant serving modern …More
Home to half a million people, Bradford used to be part of the heart of Britain's heavy industry. Nowadays, it is an emerging tourist destination and home to the National Media Museum, Cartwright Hall, and Saltaire. The latter, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a Victorian era model village and a so-called anchor point of the European Route of Industrial Heritage.