We stayed here 13th Oct for one night with Living Social deal, after reading reviews here I was dreading it & well prepared to come home!
To be fair we were presently surprised,yes the hotel is frequented by locals so what would like to be told you can't drink in your local because we have hotel guest?& also there we not that many it was extremely quiet.cheking in was hassle free & friendly
Our room 203 was lovely brand newly fitted massive bathroom with jacuzzi bath, huge wardrobe, flat screen 32" TV & crisp white bed linen.
Yes there are things that could be better one main one been he heating it was freezing in our room when we got back & in the morning & we were glad we were on the top floor as it has very surely floor boards & you must here them in the room below.
We only went out locally to. Italian called Orlandos food ok nothing exceptional, & across the road to a local bar called the Park, we walked back to The Cartwright.
We had an uninterrupted nights sleep no noise from the bar or other guests.breakfasy was meant to be in the huge conservatory but it was so cold in there 2 guest had coats & scarfs on! We ate our in the bar with other guest, I didn't have a cooked breakfast but had toast brown& white,cereal lots of choice, & there were yogurts, individual jam pots juice & milk.husband had a cooked breakfast & said it was fine, bacon, sausage, black pudding mushrooms & egg.only thing we had to ask for glasses & cutlery but in the grand scheme of things that could happen anywhere & the girl doing breakfast was lovely & chatty as was Faye on reception.
All in all would not go back but we've been & like to go to different places with the groupon & living social deals,after reading reviews you would be put off but I'm the worse sleeper anywhere & I slept fine so yes it's cheap & cheerful but hey it's just one night!
This is my opinion & I have been as honest as to how we saw it
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A recently refurbished, Victorian hotel located close to the nationally acclaimed Cartwright Hall Museum, Alhambra Theatre and of course Bradford City FC, as well as being within easy reach of the Yorkshire Dales - you certainly won't be bored during your stay at The Cartwright! All the rooms are beautifully decorated and en-suite, with Free view TV, DVD player, WiFi, tea and coffee making facilities, an iron and a hairdryer - what more could you need? As well as a full licensed bar, the Hotel offers a patio area overlooking the award-winning Lister Park. Jazuzzi room available, perfect for birthdays or any special occasion. Breakfast is very popular at the Cartwright and served from 7am every morning. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Cartwright Hotel Bradford, Yorkshire