We travelled to Leicester by rail and walked to the hotel - it's really not that far but is on the outskirts of town. The main problem is how difficult it is to access on foot. There's a footbridge thing which you think helps but sort of then takes you further away and you end up having to cross a really busy road. The surroundings are bleak and it's one ugly building BUT - ignore all that - once inside it's fine.
The room was quite plush - good bed with excellent pillows (a choice!), and good toiletries and so on - even bath robes.
The best thing for me was the decent sized swimming pool. There was also a jacuzzi, a sauna and a steam room.
We didn't book breakfast as we were meeting friends elsewhere for brunch so I can't comment on the food. But the bedroom and leisure facilities were excellent and it was a good price.More