Top floor bedrrom described as one of their best, has flaky paint, peeling paper, damp-stains, poor 'make do and mend' patch repairs, sloping floors, curtains hanging off missing hooks. Even a window with no curtain at all! No milk, no tea-bags, bruised fruit in the 'complimentary fruit bowl'. Warm radiators though. But to top it all there's no free wifi, only a paid wifi service billed as 'unlimited' but which times out if you try to download too much iplayer content (two episodes in one night - not a chance). Seriously, you get kicked off the wifi and have to get a fresh login/password. Did I mention they bill this as an unlimited service on the sign at reception. Much as I hate to see the decline of character hotels, this place really needs to wake up to the 1990s at least, if not this century. You can tell the receptionists have a tough time explaining this to everyone who calls down for a new login and password every few hours. Some just resignedly tell you over the phone, while the dutiful climb the three flights of steep stairs (no lift) to present you with a printeout of the same info they could have read over the phone. Not one for the returning visitor.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Rodney Hotel is located in the idyllic Clifton Village in Bristol. An elegant and charming hotel with stylish and comfortable room and excellent service. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Rodney Hotel Bristol