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Bath was stained heavily. Shower curtain hasn't been changed in years. From 2am it was like a youth club and didn't sleep. Hand towel was dirty/stained. Woke up in the morning and there was no water. Luckily I had a bottle of water or we...More
Booked for a friend to stay quite last minute and on a very tight budget. £42 paid, £22 over its real value. Dated, but, it appears to have been trying it's best considering. Looks like higher management have forgotten about this place or don't care....More
Travelling on business, stayed one night in room 43, Situated in a small Industrial park, not very close to any amenities. I dont expect the Hilton but there are some basic requirements and this struggled to meet them. The room and place in general in...More
We paid next to nothing (£52) for two nights for us and our dogs and the phrase 'you get what you pay for' couldn't be more fitting. The bed was extremely uncomfortable - springs sticking into every part of us, the toilet was at an...More
Scruffy looking motel which reminded me of all of the negative stereotypes as seen in American TV and movies. I can't decide if it reminds me more of Breaking Bad or a Dirty Harry movie or the Bates Motel? Anyway it is a quite scary...More
I think telling porkies and sticking their heads in the sand over just how bad Campaniles Head of UK Operations has allowed this hotel to become over the last few years is the only way they get reservations. There is no help... More
I think telling porkies and sticking their heads in the sand over just how bad Campaniles Head of UK Operations has allowed this hotel to become over the last few years is the only way they get reservations. There is no help for this hotel and they know it, so they'll just keep taking in guests until they are forcibly closed.