Pretty much exactly what it says on the tin. The room was big and spacious, as was the bathtoom. They were both clean. Plenty of storage space - a wardrobe and a set. Of drawers are provided. Bring all your own stuff though, there's no tea/coffee/soap in the bathroom etc, but for the price I wouldn't ...
The room was clean and tidy the bathroom was lovely and towels water and biscuits in the room you was able to make your self a hot drink with everything for you to use all you have to do is wash your cup. Kitchen is open till 11 so you can use the microwave and kettle and dishes. the Continental ...
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Hotel is ok but does need a complete refurbishment and the smell of marijuana is not good
Great hotel, spacious rooms and one can access the Symphony Hall through the lift without exiting the hotel which is very practical. I also enjoyed the food at the hotel’s pub.