All was well with the stay, but the car parking being for payment in the immediately adjacent NCP was disappointing - £9.60 inclusive of 20% hotel discount. Shall visit the city same time next year, but may head elsewhere for the stay that has free parking.
Stayed here whilst working in Bradford. Very reasonably priced, staff were fantastic and its in a perfect city centre location near the station.
I had a minor problem with my room and they imeadiately moved me, nothing was too much trouble.
Wish I worked in Bradford more often so I ccould kid stay again.
Traveller from london
Historic Victorian building. Walking distance to theatres, cinemas, musuems, shops and fine cuisine. City rich in …More
Needed a 3 night stay in Bradford City Centre and would normally book a Travelodge/Premier Inn/Holiday Inn but took a risk with something different...and it more than paid off! I will definitely consider serviced apartments in future. Best of both worlds - Continental breakfast included and kitchen available too. No restaurant/café on-site but brought in take-aways. These apartments are new, so clean, smart and a good amount of space in room with dining table, sofa, kitchen area plus bedroom/bathroom. Location was fantastic for attending conference at Life Church - only a 3 minute drive through back streets. Was met on arrival for late check-in at 10.30pm. Parking space provided in chained-off area. Good communication from owner. Overall, a very pleasant business stay but would definitely consider bringing family back next time as much to explore in Bradford & surrounding area, and this would provide a perfect base for such a trip.
"Could be a great B and B if owners put in the work"
Stayed here as we were going to a family wedding and thought we'd try somewhere a little different to premier inn, we arrived at 12.45 hoping to get into our room as wanting to get ready for the wedding. I was greeted by a lady who's English was not great who said that we could not check in until 1pm. I tried to explain that we had a wedding to go to and it would be great if I could do the paperwork and pay now to save a little time. She went to ask her boss. The time was about ten to one now. She came back and said no. Check in at 1pm. Not a great start. When we did finally get checked in we had a long walk to our room carrying our bags and clothes on coat hangers so not to crease them. stress levels were rising at this stage. I don't want to be too negative as once we had got over the initial stress the room that we had was nice. It was clean and had lots of character with tradional beams in the ceiling. The bed was very comfy with a good TV. Slight letdown was no curtain or blind in the bathroom window overlooking the farm shop. I feel that the owners may have lost a little interest in the place and its such a shame as it is so close to being a great place to stay. Breakfast was lovely. Overall it was worth the money paid
Nice hotel, clean, good breakfast too.
Val, one of the staff were very helpful and replied fast for everything we asked.
Floor little bit noisy when you walk.
You need to park inside the Mall parking lot to enter to the premises at 4th floor, little bit tricky.
the location is great; there is a bus stop literally just in front of the hotel. The people were really nice and the rooms are very clean. The walls must be very thin but there wasn't anything loud to disturb.
Traveller from manchester
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.