Stayed here for two nights in a huge family room. Large double bed ( very uncomfortable though, felt like I was sliding out!) with two single beds for my two boys plus a sofa and usual furniture. Bathroom basic and in need of an update but otherwise clean. Family rooms are simply huge! I agree with other comments that breakfast although nice was a bit basic. More of a small B and B standard, not an international chain. Staff lovely and welcoming and the kids loved the Sebastian Coe leisure facilities. Huge car parking facilities and plenty of room for the kids to kick a football about. I went to university in hull so knew the place really well. Lots of changes and new developments for the better. Loved the old town and museum quarter and new land avenue and princess avenue almost unrecognisable since my university days! Lots of trendy coffee shops and restaurants now. Lovely to be back and the kids loved the deep. Better to pre-book your tickets though as we had a huge wait to get in. All in all I had a lovely time reliving my student days and lots of things to do.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Pleasant three story hotel offering modern amenities; set on twelve acres of landscaped grounds; situated 4 miles from Hull City.The hotel has a swimming pool and leisure area, as well as Free WiFi throughout the hotel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ramada Hotel Hull
- Ramada Kingston-Upon-Hull
- Kingston-Upon-Hull Ramada