This is the 2nd time I have stayed here this year and both have been spoilt for different reasons. The previous stay I was put in a spacious room which was unfortunately located on the ground floor near the hotel entrance and was hence near the busy main road which resulted in lots of traffic noise till late and again early in the morning as the window didn't do a very good job of keeping noise out. My 2nd stay this week was on the second floor at the back of the hotel, requested because of the afore mentioned traffic noise, which in a much smaller room in a newer part of the hotel but benefiting from lovely countryside views, The room was a good quality but with a couple of negative points such as missing toilet toll holder, cracked sink and wonky mirror. The problem was it became evident that the newer part of the hotel had paper thin walls with doors fitted with excessively heavy door closers combined with guests coming back to rooms up to midnight there was a constant stream of banging doors and banging bathroom doors as the hinges on these also cause the them to bang shut. Due to the very thin walls you can hear guests coughing and their TV sound coming through the wall which late at night is very disruptive when you are trying to get back to sleep after being woke up by banging doors. The whole thing then starts again early the next morning as people get up at varying times and the doors start slamming again after only having slept for a couple of hours, it really was the worst nights sleep I have ever had! Its a shame as the hotel is a good quality one with very friendly staff and a superb restaurant and bar I just wish they would adjust the door closers like Premier Inn hotels do so the doors close quietly there really is no need for them to slam like they do as they can easily be adjusted!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel was originally a farmhouse and converted into a hotel over 40 years ago. From 1978 up until 2008 it was owned by the Wright family. In early 2008 the hotel was put up for sale and bought by the present owners who took over the hotel and submitted their improvement plans for the existing building. Then in April 2009 the ‘new’ Red Hall Hotel was officially opened by Sir Alex Ferguson. Sir Alex is a good family friend of the owners who was more than happy to nip down one Saturday morning, to cut the ribbon before making his way to Old Trafford for the game. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Red Hall Hotel Walmersley, Greater Manchester