10 Traveller reviews from Holiday Watchdog
Quite Good for a 3* hotel
"Last minute booking, and ended up at the Welbeck as most of Nottinghan was full. As I didn't arrive until 01.20 and left again at 08.00, my experience is limited but I can give the following impressions: - nightmare to find & not in the most salubrious location. - undercover carpark directly outside the hotel entrance. Very convenient but you do have to pay, and it is locked between 01.00 and 06.00 so beware if you need to arrive late or leave early - ugly building exterior but the interior is quite nice - well equipped rooms with huge bed, crisp linen and decent furnishings. Hairdryer, trouser press, tea/coffee facilities, video rental (you will need to go reception and ask if you want an 'adult' movie!). No minbar. - excellent buffet breakfast served in a really pleasant conservatory style restaurant on the top floor. I got this included in my rrom rate of Â£80 (I did book on the day of arrival though) but I understand that it is usually extra. Overall, no complaints."
- Travel date: 16th November 2007
Place to stay if you are going to Rock City
"Although Â£80.00 a night, the quality of the rooms are gorgeous. The included Breakfast was a treat and the breakfast staff were very nice and accommodating. City Centre location is good and if you are going to Rock City this is the place to stay, as it is literally 2 minute walk, and backs onto Rock City itself. Car Park smack bang next door and you get a discount rate staying with the hotel. My requests were handled very well and would stay here again!"
- Travel date: 22nd July 2007
worth it for the hugest beds!
"It looks posh, but the staff are friendly. ;-) The beds are so big! We were staying here as we were going to a gig at Rockcity next door, but I was a bit ill, so we came back early and went to bed (nudge nudge, wink wink) LOL. Breakfast, though you have to pay a bit for it, was lovely. Huge buffet to choose from, you can get your moneys worth! I loved our stay at this hotel (I've been there twice before), and we'll be back."
- Travel date: 20th April 2007
Not bad....but not good!
"Stayed in January for two nights Nice rooms with lovely bathroom. Could have done a little better on the cleaning front but above all a very decent room. Beds were a little hard but absolutely huge and drawers/ storage/ tv were all fine. Communal areas and restaurant are great although there is no separate bar area away from the restaurant and no parking in the hotel. You have to go over the road to a very pricey NCP one so thats a bit dissapointing. Breakfast was good and all the staff were friendly but the views of the buidling over the road, a car park for a government office and the bang boom boom from the local rock venue next door ruined any chance of a return booking to this place. Probably all right for one night if youre a heavy sleeper and every where else is booked up"
- Travel date: 28th February 2007
Lot's More Better Places Than Here In Nottingham
"- Stayed for one night 7-8th October 2006. - Location is within walking distance of the city centre. - Nightmare to find if you have never been before. - Â£13 per day to park your car there. - Only 1 slow lift working for the whole of our stay. - Good sized clean bedroom & bathroom. - Highly efficient room cleaners that wake you up at 9am when you are still asleep, bearing in mind that check out isn't until 11.30am. - Breakfast is Â£10 at the Hotel but is only Â£1.99 at Wetherspoons Pub 5 minutes walk away."
- Travel date: 7th October 2006
Great stay at the Welbeck
"My wife and i stayed at the welbeck hotel on 30th september to attend a concert at rock city. The hotel was excellent and carried out our requests for a quiet, non smoking room. The room was very clean and had everything we wanted. The staff were very helpfil and i would definately stay here again. The only criticism i would have would be the lack of an accomodation package that includes bed and breakfast, the cost of aprox Â£20.00 for two breakfasts, was a little steep. But all in all the welbeck was excellent."
- Travel date: 5th October 2006
Decent City centre choice
"Great King-sized beds and immaculately clean push this hotel towards the top end of the three-star market. A bit of noise from Rock City at the rear of the hotel, but we were there to attend a gig at the venue so didn't mind this and therefore the location was ideal. The club does close so noise isn't going to be all night! If you are in Nottingham for the nightlife this isn't going to pose a problem. If you are there with a young family, you are probably better off looking elsewhere. TV didn't work, but didn't need it so didn't bring this up with management. Hotel staff are all pleasant and welcoming. All seem to have pride in the hotel which shows in it's upkeep. Got a decent value Sunday night rate. Breakfast not included (I think it is in most rates), but plenty of choice for a cheapo breakfast in the city so not tempted to try it there. Panaramic restaurant and bar are nice touches."
- Travel date: 25th September 2006
Good quality 3 star hotel
"We stayed at the Welbeck for 1 night last Saturday. Thought it was a really nice 3 star hotel. Rooms are clean and spacious and staff friendly. Would definitely stay again!"
- Travel date: 8th May 2006
Hotel with Carpark but customers can't use
"This low to mid-range hotel had a strange situation for parking. The hotel car park had been leased out - obviously to earn the hotel more money, whilst hotel guests had to pay overnight charges and following Sunday morning charges in the nearby multi-storey. The leased out carpark stood empty during the weekend. During the night there was a strange boom, boom, boom noise which sounded like pipes suddenly filling. I am a DEEP sleeper but this noise kept me awake. The hotel does have quite a nice restaurant on the top floor, which had an airey feel of being in a garden/conservatory and a "view" over Nottingham. Don't think we will go to this hotel again unless we are particularly desperate."
- Travel date: 4th August 2005
If you love boom boom boom when trying to sleep this is the place for you
"My stay was a saturday and sunday (bank holiday weekend). The room was classed superior, the actual room was fine clean and comfortable. The rooms location backed onto the rear of several nightclubs and student accomodation. The noise was awful. the nightclubs boomed until the early hours, this is fine if you are out enjoying it but if with your child you are trying to sleep it proves annoying. The hotel did offer to move us on the sunday night, thankfully the clubs closed earlier as Bank holiday weekend. Advice: ask for room at front of the hotel and not rear and i am sure your stay will be fine"
- Travel date: 30th May 2005
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