Upgraded to an executive room which was lovely . Staff were all friendly and helpful. Breakfast was just ok, tricky to work out if anything hot e.g. porridge was £5 extra because it was hot. HQ restaurant nice had afternoon tea £26 per person but lots of options in town at half the price. Same for dinner ( expensive ) and other equally nice options very close by.
Spa a little disappointing ...never any staff on reception to give you a towel, never checked the sign in sheet (swam one night at 9.30pm) when I left day sheet removed, still no-one at reception...no-one had checked I was still in!
Very small chill out room.
Pleasant break, hotel is lovely close to station and city centre.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- With stunning views of the Minster and the city’s ancient walls the Grand Hotel & Spa enjoys an enviable central location as York’s only five star hotel. Built in 1906 as one of the great railway buildings of York, the hotel’s graceful Edwardian architecture is complemented with fine dining and a luxurious spa complex that features an indoor pool and treatment rooms. All 107 guest rooms are individually designed and furnished to an extremely high specification, creating an indulgent yet unpretentious environment for both leisure and business travellers. And private dining facilities, an open air roof garden and elegant function rooms, provide a plethora of unique options for events and meetings. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cedar Court Grand Hotel York
- Cedar Court Grand Hotel And Spa