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Absolutely disgusting, filthy! Marks on the bedding, walls and carpets. Staff ignore door signs for "do not disturb" etc, rooms are visibly dirty and decor is completely out of date, not charming or welcoming at all. Would certainly not recommend to anyone, much better options...More
You get what you pay for, it was fine for us as we only needed a place to sleep where our dog was welcome too, to be honest the rooms do need an upgrade, carpets stained, bathroom tiles stained and in need of regrouting, but...More
Cheap & cheerful but great for a night round the town, walking distance to shopping & pubs / clubs. Loads of parking too. One downfall only one plug socket in the room so take an extension lead lol. Only rolled in late so only a...More
I arrived at the hotel at 10.30 last night after a long drive & I was looking forward to a couple of beers and bed.
I was very disappointed to find reception closed and a note on the door saying the hotel is full and...More
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We booked a double room and were given a twin with dirty walls, very grubby bathroom and broken light fitting so could not see anything in the section with hangers for clothes.
The beds at least we're clean. The carpets weren't though! The young girl...More
Response from JednSasha | Reviewed this property |
Having worked in hotels for many years, I can only comment that ALL hotels cater for all types of people, the law recognises that a hotel room you book is your place of residence for the period you have booked, legally you... More
Having worked in hotels for many years, I can only comment that ALL hotels cater for all types of people, the law recognises that a hotel room you book is your place of residence for the period you have booked, legally you can even smoke in a hotel room, the ban is a hotel policy not the law. So the simple fact is that people use hotel rooms for exactly the same purposes as they use their own bedrooms, nobody needs to point out what happens in hotel bedrooms on honeymoon nights.
Some people cannot use their own homes, I remember booking many a hotel for weekends with my girlfriend when I was in the army, we couldn't really book her into the barrack rooms could we.
It then follows that others do the same be they, heterosexual, Gay or Lesbian, providing they are discreet I do not see a problem with it personally.
We have stayed at the Campanile in Hull many times and never met anyone that we could describe in any category other than average hotel clients, we have never seen anything happening there that we could envisage as offensive to anyone, not even to the most prudent of people.
What goes on there behind closed doors I have no idea, no desire to know and as said, have never been given a reason to know.
I am sure that ALL people would be offended if on check in they were asked "are you Gay or Lesbian" or "do you and the other guest plan to have any sexual encounters while you use the room", a hotel will only take action if there were complaints from other guest such as excessive noise and that happens without there being a sexual reason for the noise.