You except with the name Hilton it to be a good hotel and that is what you get. The hotel is in a good central location to bath and closes to bars and restaurants. The hotel is clean and very helpful staff.More
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You except with the name Hilton it to be a good hotel and that is what you get. The hotel is in a good central location to bath and closes to bars and restaurants. The hotel is clean and very helpful staff.MoreShow less
Thank you for your review and I am glad that you found us ideally located for exploring the city centre of Bath. Your compliments of our clean hotel and welcoming staff are appreciated, thank you. We hope to welcome you back next time you are in the area.
Check in was fine. Room looked ok, but this morning the bed turned out to be not very comfortable and maybe even needing a good clean to the bed, and pillows. Noise from the street last night was loud and I was disturbed on several occasions affecting my sleep comfort. The fire alarm was also activated just after 4 in the morning by some numpty burning toast. This was not managed well, there seemed to be a joke element to this by the staff with an almost dismissive attitude to all the guests who evacuated the rooms. There were guests going both up and down stairs. This needs to be addressed, fire evacuation is a key safety issue and with this in mind I will be making a report to my Organisation with a recommendation that they consider stop using all Hilton brand hotels until this has been investigated.
Still to have breakfast but it is usually fine.
Thank you for taking the time to tell us about your recent business stay. We apologise for the erroneous fire alarm and any deficiency perceived in the co-ordination in relation to the evacuation of the hotel. Please be assured, we have extremely precise procedures and measures in place to cover such an eventuality and at all times we take the safety and welfare of our guests and staff very seriously. Therefore, I am very sorry to read that on this occasion this was not evident. Needless to say, your observations and comments have been noted and will be addressed by the Hotel Manager with all the Duty Managers in the hotel.
Stayed here for one night and chose the hotel because of it's city centre location. I would definitely recommend it if you need a basic, central, clean hotel. The building is very ugly but inside it looks very much like other city Hiltons around the world.
I did not have any meals here as I was meeting friends in the city. The hotel was extremely busy when I arrived at 2pm and my room was not ready so I just handed over my luggage and went to explore the city, only returning late at night - my luggage had been put into the room by then.
Fortunately I got up quite early and was not lying in because the walls are thin and families tend to choose this hotel so there was a lot of noise being made by screaming children. I would not recommend that couples stay here for a romantic break!
Thank you for your review and recommendation, I am glad you found us ideally located for exploring the city centre with all its historic attractions. We hope to welcome you back next time you are in the South West of England.
This hotel is perfect if you want to stay in the centre of Bath. Cost is a little on the high side when compared with other hotels in the area and the rooms a little tired. The rooms closer to the elevator suffer from the noise of the mechanism. However, staff were very keen to assist once this was pointed out. Breakfast is a pleasure, plentiful and varied.
Thank you for taking the time to tell us about your recent stay. You compliments of our hotels city centre location and famous Hilton breakfast are very much appreciated, thank you. We hope to have the opportunity of welcoming you back at some point in the future.
Came here to stay on my own as part of a conference, and have been to bath many times before but knowing the location of the hilton thought it was one of the safest for me to return to on my own. I'm not sure that's entirely true as the walk home to the hotel was a little worrying on my own, so I'd suggest doing it in pairs.
The hotel itself was lovely. The room I stayed in 335 was huge, so well kept, beautiful bathroom, all in all I literally have nothing to complain about with the room. The fitness suite was really well equipped, the breakfast was very good and very varied.
The bar area was nice, quite loud on the Friday night but even still nice. The only downside was the price, the drinks were ridiculously highly priced for what they were.
The staff were on the whole very good. One member of staff, which stopped this review from being a five out of five just treated me as seems to be the norm now, as not important as other guests as I was on my own. Offering the others that things could be cooked for them etc.. And just plonking coffee down on my table and not saying a word.
I think lots of places can learn how they treat singles, as I've come across the whole of this trip. You need everyone's business not. Just couples or groups, we all contribute to profit.
Having said that I would totally recommend this hotel just give all staff a bit better customer service training.
Thank you for taking the time to post your review following your business stay with us. I am glad to read how much you enjoyed the facilities in your room and had the opportunity to use the fitness suite during your stay. However, I am extremely disappointed to hear of the lack of customer service you received in the restaurant at breakfast and were made to feel unwelcome. Please be assured, the comments and observations you have made will be brought to the attention of the Restaurant Manager and Supervisors for them to address with their teams. I apologise for the experience you encountered in this part of the hotel and we appreciate your recommendation of our hotel and its facilities, we hope to welcome you back soon.
I've been staying here on and off for a few years now and in the last couple of years they have refurbished the public areas, however the rooms seem to have been neglected and are looking quite tired and dated. I arrived early on Saturday 1st March and dropped the bags off as check in wasn't until 3pm. Around 1.30 I felt a bit unwell as I'd picked up a cold a couple of days before so I went back to the hotel in case a room was available. It wasn't, so I said I'd sit in the café and the receptionist said she'd let me know as soon as a room became free. My wife arrived just before 3, unaware that I was already at the hotel and they gave her the room key straight away. My only conclusion is that a room had become available but I'd been forgotten about. So not a great start. Upon entering the room, both windows were open letting in all the cold air on a chilly March afternoon, making the room unpleasantly cold. There is some form of hot air heating but no instructions on how to operate it. After randomly pushing buttons for a few minutes with no effect, I called reception who told me they would sort it out. Nothing happened. After closing the windows it became apparent that there was a heavy smell of cigarette smoke in the room and we discovered ash on top of the fridge. Assuming a rogue smoker had just departed, we concluded that to be the reason for the open windows. Having just invested in a tablet device I discovered that guests get shafted for more cash for using wifi in the rooms, although public areas are free (for 1 hours use). I stay in hotels on business and this is the first time I've seen a charge for wifi in the room, so not happy. Coming in and out of the room during the stay, the fag smell was quite unpleasant but we had unpacked and didn't want to have to change rooms so didn't mention it. But on the morning of our departure we noticed a tiny sign on the room door saying that our rooms is a 'designated smoking room'. I thought smoking in hotels was outlawed but reception said this is not the case and even though I'd booked a non smoking room they gave us a smoking one hoping I wouldn't mind and neglecting to mention it at the time. They offered a £40 discount which was accepted but I'd rather have had a non smoking room. Overall, a poor experience. Also, whoever designed the breakfast area must have been blind drunk at the time as you are constantly having to walk around blind corners and avoid guests coming in the opposite direction carrying hot food. This design needs to be altered. I book the Hilton primarily for the location but will look into staying elsewhere next time.
Thank you for your review. I am sorry to read that your stay was marred by the allocation of a smoking room, having booked a non-smoking room and we regret that this was not brought to our attention whilst in-house at the hotel, as reception would have gladly moved your room for you. Whilst it did not excuse any oversight regarding your booking, I am happy to hear that reception remunerated you by way of an apology and for any inconvenience caused. We welcome and value all our guests’ feedback and thank you for your honest and constructive comments. I do hope we will have the opportunity of welcoming you back at some point in the future.