When another hotel in York mysteriously lost my reservation, I spent the night here. The bedrooms are of a very good size, with bathrooms to match. The decoration is somewhat on the austere side, but the rooms were clean and the bed comfortable. The only strange feature about my room, number 102, was a green light inside the room, which I could not turn off, and was told was part of the hotel safety system should the power fail. While the full breakfast the next morning was 20 pounds, the food, particularly the smoked salmon was good, and the service very attentive. Should I return to York, I will either stay here or at Middlethorpe, but Cedar Court has the benefit of being in the city centre, as well as being relatively quiet.
- 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