BEST WESTERN Westminster Hotel,  Nottingham

4.0/5  - basé sur 231 notations.
312 Mansfield Road, NG5 2EF, Nottingham, Great Britain - Voir la carte
+44 115 955 5000 +44 115 955 5005

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Nottingham? pourquoi pas ? Le BEST WESTERN Westminster Hotel, une conversion élégante d'anciennes maisons victoriennes, offre une abondance de confort moderne et est situé à moins de deux kilomètres du centre-ville. Il dispose également d'un ample parking gratuit sur place ainsi que de 73 chambres conçues et décorées individuellement ! Notre hôtel comporte également de toutes nouvelles chambres Executive, ainsi que de très grandes chambres de qualité supérieure pour un séjour de très haut niveau. Le Wi-Fi gratuit est disponible dans tout l'hôtel, ce qui signifie que vous pouvez surfer sur Internet avant de vous endormir et envoyer de rapides e-mails avant le petit déjeuner ! Vous pouvez également en apprendre plus sur toutes ces merveilleuses attractions du pays de Robin des bois et de ses environs, avant d'aller retracer les pas de ce célèbre hors-la-loi et de découvrir l'histoire et le patrimoine de cette ville merveilleuse. Notez que cet hôtel exige le paiement à l'arrivée et non au départ. Certaines chambres ne sont pas accessibles par l'ascenseur, toutefois un service bagage est à votre disposition 24 heures sur 24. Passez un excellent séjour !

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BEST WESTERN Westminster Hotel,Nottingham
  • 5
    « Nice Stay! »

    We had a room on the second floor (200s). It was really up-to-date, clean, and comfortable. The bed was excellent; the shower was hot with good pressure; there is plenty of space in the room evenwith two double beds. The washroom is in the room but around a bit of a corner, which makes it seem even more roomy. We did wonder if maybe we were above the kitchen as there was a bit of muted-banging going on for a couple of hours from 7:30 or 8:00ish. At first we thought the noise was doors closing on the floor but definitely not with that frequency. We didn't actually mention this at check-out as we were in a bit of a rush after a later start than we'd wanted; although, I would imagine if we had, at that time or even the night before, they would have been helpful. The front desk staff at check-in and check-out and the woman at breakfast were extremely friendly and welcoming. There is a pub super close (of course) and a couple of shops across the street, so it's easy to walk over if you need something. There is also a bus stop that's just a short distance, so it's pretty convenient. Despite this, it is really quiet overnight (once our mysterious noises stopped around 10). I would definitely stay here again!

    « Good menu, good food »

    I often stay here when away for work. Occasionally the food can be hit or miss. However over the last 18 months, all has been good, so looks like everything is on track. If tonight is anything to go by it is. Food was delicious. Ham Hock n Black Pudding Terrine followed by Chicken Breast served on spiced lentils, potato's, n spinach +glass of wine for £14.95. Delicious

    « Good value but poor internet »

    Would not stay here while on business. The Internet quality would drive me wild. Terminal in reception hall is not private enough and room WiFi is poor. However, it's clean tidy and breakfast is good. Floors very creeky. Avoid rooms close to stair junctions.

    « Over night stop over »

    Hotel in a good location bus stop right outside takes ten mins into town. rooms are a good size and has all u would want. I booked this hotel as there was free car parking when we arrivead there was plenty of spaces.

    « Good place »

    Good rooms, great onsite parking, great breakfast, lovely staff, great location just far enough from town centre, good transport links right outside front door. Shop and pub in immediate vicinity. Love staying here good all rounder.

    « Get what you pay for »

    Admittedly, I was only in town one night, so I was scouting for a bargain. The upside is that I had a shower, a comfortable bed, and helpful staff at the desk. The downsides were relatively small but added up to make the whole experience mediocre at best. Hot water is not regulated, which resulted in a painful burn to my hands. The bathroom apparently was not cleaned as there was a razor cover and dabs of tissue left on the sink, and no shampoo/soaps restocked. Noise was also an impediment to sleep: floors are creaky, walls are thin, and the neighbor's shower sounds like a train rolling by (water pump?). My room was in the back, where all the rooms make a semi-circle around the trash cans and air conditioners. The latter ran continuously, which became white noise through the night. This is a bit out of town, but transportation is easy in Notts and the front desk staff helped with taxis as needed. However, in the future, I will buck up another 10 or 20 pounds and stay at a cleaner, more updated hotel.

    « For one night only »

    Reception and bar looks a bit dated but clean. We was told our room was on second floor. Go in lift turn left went you get out and go up a few stairs, its a good job we wernt disabled it was like a rabbit warren and four small flights of stairs with corridors turning left then straight on then left again a bit of a treck . The room was small but clean and had everthing you would need, iron/ board, tea coffe and biscuits but the shower was a trickle. We had lunch in the bar which was very nice and had breakfast which was also nice one thing i forgot to mention is the floor boards what a noise in the corridors when people are walking past your room, very annoying

    « Comfortable, well positioned »

    Having stayed here around 4 years ago, we tried this hotel again for the Goose Fair weekend. Arriving late on the Friday evening we managed to get a space in the free car park despite the hotel being fully booked. Had a superb Executive room; room was comfortable and quiet. Didn't eat meals apart from breakfasts which were very nice with lots of choice. Used the bar both nights and the service here and overall was very good and friendly The only I did notice was that I thought a couple of the stairs seemed a bit loose and probably need some attention

    « Poor Service »

    The room lacked an air con, it had a fan provided.the worst was that the fire alarm sounded around 5:45 on the saturday and when we went downstairs the staff were trying to silence the alarm,m but no information was given to any of the customers. After a few that someone went up the stairs to inform all the other guests there was no fire. We took some of out luggae down to the car around 0900 and when we came back to our room it was being cleaned and we could not get access(checkout was 1100) I expected better service from the best western

    « Excellent value »

    I have stayed a number of times and on every occasion I have found it friendly, comfortable, and clean. Everything works as it should, and it is a much more pleasant experience than a more expensive hotel nearby. The only downside is that the parking is a bit tight, but I managed OK. The front may be a bit noisy, so I requested a room at the back. Overall, it is extremely good value.

  • 4
    « Very nice »

    Enjoyed our stay, comfortable room. Modern and clean. Decent sized bathroom. Nice free biscuits and hot chocolate! Only thing to mention is that it would have been nice if breakfast was a cheaper option, I felt £9.95 was too much.

    « £11.50 for two bottles of water! »

    The room had no water. Therefor I woke up trying to grasp the very last element of saliva available in my desert dry mouth. I frantically phoned reception as the essence of kebab meat raced around my sinuses with a vengeance only to be told it would cost £11.50 for two bottles of water. Yes £11.50! The news polluted my ears like a dose of Cliff Richard's 'Summer Holiday'. I imagine it must be holy water from the glaciers of Greenland for that price. Ludicrous. But I survived.

    « sport trip »

    easy to get too great location for everything-food-drink-transportation -Great staff very friendly and wanting to help in any way bus stop right outside easy to use as its gps for next bus. 2 Pubs and 2-grocery store 1-liquor store and with in 50 yards can not beat it

    « Budget friendly »

    This hotel is very tired, needs new carpets, painting inside. Room was a good size and is tidy, nice bikkies to have with a cuppa, nice roomy bathroom. Close to eateries and 2 miles from central Nottingham. Price wise, it's reasonably priced.

    « Food ok but service not good and rooms small »

    We were a County Bowls group of around 50 men and women playing bowls against Clubs in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire and stayed for 4 nights in early September. Rooms were very hot, despite the outside temperature being warm at best, and were mostly small/very small but were clean. Eating saw 50 of us packed shoulder to shoulder so closely that plates, etc. had to be passed by guests back and fore to the 7 diners on each side. Service took a great deal of time and on the first evening it was an hour before the main course was served and the 3 courses each evening took at least 2 hours. Breakfast was little better and it was all a very uncomfortable experience although the food was good. Very little

    « Lovely room and very helpful staff »

    Lina booked us in at The Best Western Westminster in Nottingham. There's kind of a crazy layout but the rooms are spacious and comfortable. It didn't take us long to work out the route back to the front door. It is very well located for travelers, only 15mins to Sherwood Forest and a few minutes into the city centre by car. There is a coin laundrette in the group of shops opposite, an off licence, a good choice of restaurants in the area including one in the hotel. We ate at the fabulous little fish and chip shop across the road. Another place we would recommend. Lina was very helpful when we made enquiries about sights to see and the best route to get to them. She is a credit to her employer. Keep The Best Western in mind if you are coming to Nottingham. Anne and John Hogan melbourne Australian

    « Could not be more helpful »

    My wife and I arrived at the hotel at half 10 at night with our 3 year old and 2 month old sons both fast asleep in the car. Check in was very quick and easy but a mistake during booking meant the hotel had given us a twin room, rather than the double double I had booked. No worries; the mistake was quickly sorted with a bed brought in and made up for my eldest within 5 minutes and the twin beds made into a Super King size. Fir me youngest, I've never stayed in a hotel that has made such and effort to make a travel cot comfortable. I'm writing this having woken up after the best night's sleep all of us have had in the last 2 1/2 months. The beds were extremely comfortable and the room well appointed, with aircon that worked effectively and efficiently. In an ideal world, nothing ever goes wrong and mistakes never happen. But the real test of a company is how they react when things do happen. For this reason alone I would recommend this hotel to anyone looking to stay in Nottingham, but the beds and the room really do seal that verdict. Thank you and well done.

    « Awful »

    The whole experience of having a meal here was awful.... Would not recommend it to anyone The chef threw a total fit at the waitress when we complained about the food. The manager did try and make amends. He cancelled the whole bill. We were at a birthday party for friends and this was spoiled.

    « Great room and location »

    Good value. Right on bus route with loads of buses. Could get all day bus ticket from just outside hotel for £4.50 for a couple or family so was great value. Room nice and modern and clean. Slow shower but okay. Communal areas a bit tired. Friendly staff. Would stay again.

    « Business »

    Basic hotel with cold staff small room not so clean just good to a quick stay for business trip...noisy area....parking an adventure....breakfast not so bad....nothing to remark ...if you don't have any better alternative at an average cost than use it....

  • 2
    « not good »

    We stayed for one night as a stop over on a long trip. Positives - the staff were great and our room was huge (101). Dinner was OK, we had the set menu which was good value. The main bed was comfortable. Free parking, although its a bit tight. Negatives - the room had an awful smell of damp. The bathroom was in need of updating. They had given us a camp bed for our 8 year old, which was broken with the mattress no more than a sun lounger cover (see pics). He ended up sharing our bed.

    « Great value hotel and location »

    Stayed here for 2 nights, big room and comfy beds. Booked a single bed for my 9 year old but when I arrived there was one of those awful slatted camp beds (note kids wake up a lot on these) but they quickly changed it on request for a single bed with a Sealy mattress. Room was not one of the refurbished rooms but it was very clean and had a good tv, air-con and a great shower. The breakfast was good and included in the price. Friendly staff. This hotel is also on a great bus route (stop right outside hotel) and you can straight into town in 10 minutes. Over summer we benefited from a group rider day ticket for only £4.50. Visiting the National Video Game Arcade is a must if you are staying in Nottingham. Will definitely stay in this hotel again.

    « Great staff »

    Just got back from a couple of days sightseeing in Nottingham stayed at this hotel can't fault it lovely room excellent breakfast very friendly and helpful staff especially the lady who serviced our room would definitely return

    « Home from Home »

    I have stayed at the Westminster Best Western on several occasions now. The hotel has just had new room doors installed and also new beds. I have always been very comfortable and very welcomed by all the staff when staying here. For me it's like home from home, a good location for my business activities and no issues parking at the hotel. Thanks to all the staff for looking after me, I look forward to seeing you all again in the forseeable future.

    « Synergy meeting »

    This is an excellent hotel. Its clean and com, the staff are friendly and the breakfast is excellent... My networking group Synergy meet here every week now. So I get a plateful of the excellent sausages at least once a week. That really is all you need from a city hotel.

    « The hottest room »

    Good location and an ok hotel. Clean and very friendly staff. Breakfast is great and a decent bar too. The issue which would only arise I guess during periods of weather is the unbearable room temperatures. I have never experienced anything like it. The room did have a plug in fan but that did little to help. The room had a window but positioning of bed and room meant it made little difference. A bad nights sleep. However I understand a lot of hotels would have struggled in the heat although room layout made things worse here.

    « comfort, cleanliness »

    Comfortable, comfortable bed, easy internet access, easy parking. Friendly staff. Booked last minute with ease. Close to shopping centre, close to family we were visiting. Bathroom spacious, shower nice.

    « Perfect Venue for me »

    Only stopped there for 1 night but I arrived early afternoon and my room was available so I used the free wifi and worked in the lounge where I wasn't disturbed at all. The staff were all very happy and friendly nothing was too much effort for me. I booked a table for an evening meal where I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the meal, it was fantastic and the selection of wines they had was spot on. My room was very clean and tidy, the coffee making facilities came in handy and I even got hot chocolate and biscuits. For a hotel on the main road and my room faced it I could hardly hear the traffic and had a very good nights sleep. I would stay there again, no problem

    « Pleasant hotel »

    Pleasant hotel, very large room, would suit a family. Had air conditioning which was a pleasant surprise on one of the hottest days we'd had. Staff are friendly and helpful. The breakfast is very good and plenty of choice. We had an evening meal and chose the £15 wine and dine menu, 3 courses plus a glass of wine. This was excellent value and the food was gorgeous, plenty of it too. I only gave a rating of 4 as it is in need of a little updating but everywhere was clean and tidy.

    « Not the best location and a little dated. »

    I stayed here with my partner for graduation, the location wasn't in great distance of the city as advertised, we had to taxi to and from. The noise of traffic outside kept us both awake all night. We were upgraded to a 'superior' room which caused us to wonder what a standard room would look like as there was nothing superior about this room. The bathroom made us feel very uneasy as with the light on at night the room was very exposed and facing a main road with barely frosted windows and a transparent mesh net. There was only a feathered duvet in the room which is luxury for winter but not muggy heat in the summer with no air conditioning. You couldn't open the windows for noise outside and you couldn't feel the fan whatsoever as there was only one plug socket in the whole room situated on the desk with a wire too short to pull closer. The hotel was quite dated and very creaky due to its age, the elevator was most dated and a little disconcerting inside. Overall I believe the hotel wasn't great value at all.

  • 4
    « Convenient location »

    There is a reasonably sized car park right outside the front door of the hotel. There are lots of stairs though, both to get into reception and to get to your room. The lift doesn't visit every floor. The place is a bit of a maze to be honest. The floorboards are very creaky throughout but surpringsingly the hotel was very quiet once we were in the room. The room itself was spacious and well appointed for a hotel in this price bracket. There is even air-conditioning. Both shower and bath available. The hot water tap in the basin was a bit tempremental and the toilet flush was...well, quaint! The staff we met were friendly and helpful, including the lad who brought room service. The burger though was cremated and inedible, though the chips and salad were good. There are a few restaurants nearby but right across the road is a fantastic fish and chip shop/restaurant which is well worth the 10-15 wait as everything is cooked to order and you will have to queue. There is a bus stop right outside the hotel which takes you straight to the city centre in about 10 minutes. It is walkable for the adventurous. All-in-all for the price, the hotel is good value and I'd be happy to stay again.

    « This is ok »

    Stayed here recently for a business trip and it was ok, not memorable but good enough for me to go back to if I'm in the area again Rooms were pretty small, but comfortable and clean The building itself is very old, some work has been done but a lot more needed especially with the lift- it's had it I think, so have some of the stair cases Food is very good- very reasonable priced and decent portion sizes I will go back at some point and I would recommend as a cheap and cheerful midweek fix

    « Value for money stay »

    We have just returned from a 2 night stay at this hotel. We pre-booked and pre- paid well in advance for a stay to attend the graduation ceremony of my step daughter. Upon arrival we were informed that the pre-payment had not gone through at the time of booking and payment was required which we hadn't budgeted for as we always like to pay in advance it was a real disappointment. I feel the hotel should have contacted us at the time we booked to let us know and made sure the payment was accepted, however the receptionist was understanding and helpful. The hotel is in a good location and the rooms are clean if a little small. All members of staff were very polite and helpful and there was a good selection at breakfast and the food was good. All in all this hotel is well worth a visit and is very good value for money.

    « Ok for an overnighter »

    Not a bad motel for a quick overnight stay but I don't think I would want to stay for more than a couple of nights at the most. Our room was small with a very small double bed. I would not want to be above average size and trying to get comfortable in them. The rooms facing the road are quite noisy and with no air-conditioning it was quite noisy. The location is not bad , about a 20 min walk into the centre of town. Breakfast was worth it.

    « Friendly and comfortable »

    Had a lovely night here. Very welcoming and friendly. The room was spacious, clean and comfortable. Breakfast was plentiful (had the cooked breakfast), self service. In the evening we had a drink in the bar and the staff were very friendly Would definitely go back again

    « executive room out of date unclean and smelt of smoke »

    very unhappy with stay. paid for executive room for a bit of luxury. I got a dirty room including dirty toilet. room smelt of smoke. internet never worked. restaurant terrible! would nt stay here again!!

    « Rooms improved since last visit »

    Still in a great position, still good value still made very welcome. The executive rooms have been upgraded and we were very pleased with our room. The Carrington restaurant provides simple fare at good value BUT no longer takes Gourmet Society cards. A request was made to hotel reception to confirm when they withdrew from the scheme so we could complain to the Gourmet Society as the establishment was still featured on their website. Great pity nobody could be bothered to email us with the answer to our question. Oh well as least we can share this with our readers on TA.

    « Cheese Sandwich at midnight »

    This was a late booking. Easy to find and plenty of parking. I arrived at 2330 and had nothing to eat all day. I asked where I could get some food and the chappie on reception said he would make me a sandwich. I was expecting a boring sarnie but instead got a huge plate with a lovely cheese sandwich surrounded by salad, crisps and doritos. It was presented really well, just had to have a glass of wine to go with it. My room was ok but couldn't find the TV remote. Bed was comfortable and the ensuite was huge. I was woken up at 2am by girlies shouting in the corridor then about half an hour later someone decided to run a bath and learn to swim. This went on for about an hour and eventually got to sleep about 4.30am. Went for breakfast and had the continental option, ok but nothing special. I checked out and told the receptionist about the noise during the night, she knocked the cost of my wine off the bill and apologised. I would probably stay here again as the staff were so nice.

    « Couples Weekend Break Away in Nottingham »

    Myself and my partner stayed here last Saturday- Sunday for our first weekend break away as a couple. I initially booked the hotel as it seemed very good value for money and although Best Westerns are not the most modern of hotels (décor wise), they from my experience have always been very comfortable and clean. I emailed the hotel to let them know this was our first break away and when we checked in we had a lovely surprise- we were upgraded to the king suite! It's lovely to have stayed at a hotel which genuinely cared about your stay! The room was lovely, extremely spacious and clean and I believe the king suite costs the same as a standard room in the city centre- so nice to get the extra room for your money. On check in, the reception staff were all very friendly and helpful with our questions regarding which bus to take into town etc (only about 7 minutes bus journey) so that was lovely too! They were also very accommodating when we asked if we could check out an hour later at 12, this wasn't a problem and there was no charge incurred. On the whole, a great experience at the Best Western Westminster Hotel and we would definitely go back! Thank you for being so accommodating! Tanisha Vincent

    « Stag party group stay »

    A group of 12 of us stayed here for two nights while visiting nottingham. Free car parking right outside the front entrance was a welcome site, although the car park was small and parking tight, i had no problem parking all weekend. We had a double room which cost £60 per night.the room was a little on the small side, the double bed took up much of the space which caused a little problem with two boys getting ready for a night out, so may be a big problem for two girls getting ready. The room was clean and tidy but a bit old dated. There was a tv, an iron, ironing board, hairdryer and a kettle ( with a good selection of hot drinks and biscuits which were replaced by the cleaners in the morning). The big issue of the rooms and hotel are how thin the walls are. We could hear our friends talking in their room across the corridor quite clearly when we were in our bed. And could hear plenty more noise and voices clearly from other parts of the hotel and outside. No good if you're a light sleeper! The staff were pretty good to our group and we had no problems with them as you may find in some hotels with stag parties. We did have to sign a disclaimer when checking in say we could be removed from the hotel without refunds if our behaviour become a problem.nothing un-normal there for large groups of boys and stag parties in my experience. Theres one or two pubs and restaurants and take away shops around the area. A taxi into the market square area of Nottingham cost less than £5. It was not the best hotel ive stayed at but it was comfortable, reasonably priced and free car parking is always a bonus and it was located not so far away from the city centre so kept taxi costs down!

  • 5
    « Enjoyable stay in Best Western Westminster Hotel Nottingham »

    We stayed in the Best Western Westminster Hotel in Nottingham and the Hotel was very clean, the food was excellent and the staff were very helpful and friendly. Highly recommended if you are visiting the Nottingham area.

    « Dissapointing »

    Spent one night here...2 couples in 2 rooms. Rooms are small and dirty. Stains on floors and sheets. Hotel staff that we saw were pleasant even the cleaners that walked in at 9am although we didn't check out until 11!! Lift dirty... Hallway carpets dirty and very noisy. Heard hoovers at 6.30 on a Sunday morning which woke us up! Will not be back

    « Okay »

    Stayed here a fair few times now. Rooms are pretty good most recently refurbished and clean. Staff mostly great and helpful. My most recent stay was annoying as I had a room over a small outside area with people talking polish at 4 am outside. Staff I assume! Not acceptable to be woken by this! Generally this place is massively let down by the bar area and reception which is a step back to the 80's and I think untouched since!! The outside is pretty grotty and as first impression counts probably combined with reception puts guests in a negative mind at the start as its not a bad place...

    « Positive Age Group »

    The Hotel was excellent. A group of 25 stayed for 4 nights. Rooms were lovely. Breakfast and dinner were excellent. Staff were very friendly and helpful. In particular, Simona who dealt with our initial booking and Maureen who looked after us so well in the restaurant for breakfast and dinner. The manager and all staff were pleasant and available to us when we needed anything. Would definitely go back.

    « 2 nights lovely stay »

    I was on a visit to Nottingham gender clinic so desided to make a stay off it. The hotel is very clean, lovely rooms and the staff are great .I ate there both nights.There is a variety of prices to suite all. I enjoyed my stay and would recommend highly

    « Could have had a lovely stay »

    Didn't get the room I booked (2 double beds) was told we had been upgraded to a superior room (smaller). Why? Because at 5.30pm not many of the rooms were ready to be inhabited. It looked like it could have been a nice hotel to stay in but laundry and room rubbish in the corridors choked me off. Looked like a war zone - didn't give a very good first impression. The room was above reception so facing the sun all afternoon. The curtains were open so the room was more like a sweat house - even with the fan on for 13 hours!!!! Should adopt the Travelodge idea of keeping sun facing rooms curtains shut. No option of a sheet - so had to sleep on top of the thick duvet. As on a main road - hardly slept as cars/lorries/revelers/police/ambulances all night. Okay if you are a heavy sleeper - ask for a room at the back. Didn't use the bar, restaurant breakfast facilities so can not comment - it looked well stocked. Evening menu looked expensive. Local amenities - pub, Indian, Munchices, papershop, soon to open chippy and a Lidl (or Aldi - can never remember). Not close enough to city centre for me - so may not revisit.

    « Excellent and pleasant service »

    Stayed. Last weekend with our County bowling Club. Lovely rooms and helpful staff , the breakfast was excellent and you could eat as much as you like. The doorman was very friendly like the rest of the staff,I will go back to stay here in the near future.

    « Comfortable and convenient »

    I regularly spend one night at a time in a hotel, this was a good choice: friendly warm welcome, comfortable bed, good food and close to the city centre. Corridors compare to a rabbit warren. Very confusing! On the down side the bed was rather small for a double (note pictures are not this room), the room got quite hot, even on a mild English summer night. I had to get out the fan (stored in wardrobe) during the night. Overall decor could do with refreshing. We were a party of three and ate dinner in the restaurant, a good value menu but the food did take a long time to arrive. What I will highlight is that the same two waitresses were working when we retired at 11pm as when we arrived for breakfast at 7am. Not sure when these guys got a decent night's sleep and 8 hours off. My breakfast score: Coffee: 4 Host: 5 Sausages: 4 Vegetarian: 3 Cold selection: 4 Overall 4 out of 5 I've just visited a second time and finished the review. Happy to report I was upgraded to a "King" room, very spacious and massive bed. Perhaps consider booking a larger room if you're a couple. A bonus was a visit at 8am by a man with a hammer who apologised when walking in, closed the door and started hammering outside. Haven't changed the score since 2nd visit, still a good overall experience. Pics are of the King room, 302

    « Frankly rough »

    I booked 10 minutes before arrival having been in a motorway queue for an hour and then had to find an emergency overnight because the place I had originally booked a couple of miles away had a power cut and no kitchen or chef! On arrival I was informed they have recently had a fire and there is no hot water in some rooms. Fortunately the receptionist moved me and upgraded me to a kingsize (hurrah) which when I got in turned out to smell strongly of cigarettes despite being described as non smoking. By this time, I was 2 hours later than expected and loosing the will to live so chose to go straight to the restaurant and ordered (choosing safe option) fish and chips. Fish from freezer with thick stodgy batter and chips crispy (not in a good way because it was the inside that was crisp). Edible (just) but really feels like English food from the 1970s which is exactly how the decor looks. Best things were the cheerful and helpful staff and the Pinot Grigio which I really needed by 9pm. All above would result in a fair review if it wasn't costing £90 per night!

    « Worst hotel I have ever stayed in »

    I stay in a hotel at least 200 night a year and this hotel was the worst ever. I was given wrong directions to my room, which when I found was not much bigger then the single bed in it. The bath panel was cracked, the bathroom had not be cleaned and their were hairs on the toilet. I was woken at 1-45am by doors banging. I rang reception to complain and then went to reception to speak to the duty manager. Nothing was done. In the morning I checked out without breakfast and no refund or even a "sorry". This hotel is also on a busy main road.

  • 4
    « A Pleasant Stay »

    The bedroom was a little on the small side but had all of what you would expect to find ( except the clock radio as advertised & it was not on the menu for the TV settings) . Comfortable however be warned there is no air conditioning in the room . The window opened only partially as limiters were fitted . In winter a nice toasty room would be appreciated however my visit was in June so the environment was very warm . There was a large electric fan which was well used by me . The room was cleaned , beds made , & coffee etc replenished. Could have done with a mini fridge as cold drinks bought quickly rose to room temperature. However the bar happily provided an ice bucket . The area about the room was quiet & you could not hear other guests which was pleasant. However the floor boards in the corridors squeeked under foot . Breakfast was hot & varied & those providing service pleasant & helpful . I did not have dinner but the menu was interesting. My wife stayed with me for one night so we went into the city centre. The bus stopped outside the hotel so on boarding we bought a day ticket & saved on city car parking . By the way hotel car parking was free during my stay an absolute joy & uncommon these days. Another plus was within 150 metres of the hotel there was an Indian & I think a Nepalese restaurant. A chip shop which also did pizza . A pub selling real ales & food .A Chinese & West Indian take away. A Co op & I think Aldi supermarket . Plus a number of outdoors selling spirits. For another alternative Park Inn Hotel were I have stayed previously also has a bar & restaurant . So there's lots of alternatives . Would most definitely go again .Will be back in August for the Nottingham Carnival. One more thing on my last morning got the breakfast time mixed up arriving late . The catering staff were great fixing me up a full English breakfast God bless you

    « Very Good »

    I was staying five nights and had a pleasant stay. The rooms are very clean and housekeeping are good. Breakfast was good with plenty of variety and when I ate in during an evening the food tasted 'home-cooked'. The staff were friendly and helpful and a bus stop just outside, with a bus service every few minutes, will take you to the City, so a good location. Car parking was easy, I decided to leave the car every day and get the bus. The car park was often nearly full late afternoon, early evening. Yes, the floor boards do creak, but is part of its charm, but I did not have any problems sleeping. Thanks.

    « Wonderful! »

    I have now stayed here on 2 separate occasions both times my stay has been excellent! Caring and friendly staff, really good food, lovely hotel. Rooms are always immaculate - warm - comfortable Looking forward to my next stay!

    « Cheap and cheerful »

    The hotel parking was a bit tight it's on the main road with plenty of noise from the street pub and takeaway over the road so easy to get something to eat vans fit in the car park transit style is ok no height issues I didn't eat at the hotel so can't comment but in the morning the doors from the cleaners and guests are noisy

    « Spacious rooms in a good location although still requiring further modernisation. »

    The hotel is set in a good location in Nottingham with a very useful car park out front. Access is a little awkward with steps up to front door (slightly difficult with suitcases) and to the rooms, but this is not unmanageable. The hotel itself is very traditional in its features but is being modernised (New carpets, LED lighting). The rooms we are in were incredibly spacious, however the fact that although the bed looked huge (looked like a superking size) on the surface is was actually two single beds put together which meant that for a single person you couldn't use is properly as you had to sleep on one bed or the other. The food in the restaurant is very good and breakfast was ok. For the price it was very good stay although it still needs a little more work and modernising (espcially bathrooms).

    « Good accommodation and value for money »

    We stayed one night and were impressed with the standard of the room which was well appointed and very clean. The bathroom was of a particularly good standard. As we were attending a family celebration in Nottingham we did not use any other services so cannot comment on food quality. we would not hesitate to stay here again.

    « Oldfashioned but welcoming »

    Arrived to find that our room had sprung a leak, but we were upgraded and very happy with the outcome. Choice is a bit limited - they do not seem to have any twin rooms at ground level (my wife has mobility problems). Overall, its very oldfashioned in furnishing but very clean and wellkempt. Staff are very good, polite and helpful. Breakfast offered a good choice (didnt dine in as visiting family). Convenient location, though carpark is rather messy and in two halves. Some traffic noise but, although there were a lot of guests, never heard them moving around. Will use again.

    « Very spatious room »

    Hard working, friendly staff (the hotel is understaffed but the present staff compensates this by hard work and long hours). Rooms were very spatious. Breakfast was good and available at 07.00 hours as promised.

    « Family Visit »

    Like it says on the tin! Nice comfortable clean room but in desperate need of an update from its 70s decor. Strange lamps and furniture and the bathroom just about adequate but needing a refit. The bar had no cask beers etc. so we just crossed the main road to the excellent Grosvenor pub, where the pub food was superior to the hotel bar fare. However the very friendly and ever smiling staff made up for dated facilities. Good value for money at £229 for two nights and a filling breakfast. Now a Great Western I presume that a full refurbishment will be due shortly. That and the lovely staff would ensure a further visit. Incidentally more than adequate parking.

    « Nottingham Stay »

    Get past the creaking floorboards and you have a decent hotel that provides value for money, a good location in easy reach of all the resources of Nottingham. Only criticism would be the entrance doors where you have to pull them open. Easy without cases and luggage. The internal door once in the lobby is automatic so the problem vanishes.

  • 5
    « Lovely Staff! Catered well for a vegan. »

    I stayed at this hotel whilst at EM-Con comic convention and was very pleased with the room, the staff and the food. Not only was the room exceptionally comfortable and the staff incredibly polite and friendly, but they also bent over backwards to cater for my dietary needs (I am vegan). Normally hotels struggle with this, but I was made to feel most comfortable and the food that they provided was delicious. Many thanks!

    « Average Hotel but Reasonable Price »

    Stayed here on a Bank Holiday Sunday night. The staff were pleasant but the deluxe room wasn't really very deluxe. It was basic and pretty small. The Hotel is well positioned and not very far from the City centre but I wouldn't stay here again as it's extremely noisey. You can hear the other customers moving around and passing in the corridor - It's an old building and all the floor boards make noise :( Shame.

    « Large rooms dated common areas »

    The hotel appears to be going through a bit if a refurb the corridors and communal areas are tired and made me a bit wary however my room was large recently redone and clean. The bed was comfortable. The room was quiet dispose being in the road. The only real let down was the pressure in the shower it was rubbish. For a quick overnight visit at a reasonable price I would recommend however for any longer I would suggest a hotel with better bathroom facilities

    « One night stop en route »

    Hotel is easy to find, fortunately there was one parking space left so that was alright. Reception was friendly and helpful. Room was clean and functional. Not the biggest, but I only booked for a single so was not expecting a penthouse. One of the best features of the hotel is its accessibility to the town centre. I didn't want to drive as I wanted a drink with my meal and I would certainly not walk as it is too far, however, there is a bus stop right outside and the service is frequent and reliable. Breakfast was fine with loads of choice and a constant rotation of the cooked food. The big drawback was the heat of the room. It was like a sauna. It was possible to open a window but it led out onto an accessible flat roof so that was not a great idea. Fortunately, the room had a fan in the cupboard and I left that on all night otherwise it would have been unbearable.

    « Central Nottingham »

    Good central location for leisure or business with parking which is rare in cities, pleasant restaurant with good food choices, friendly, professional staff and good size comfortable rooms. Excellent value

    « Reasonable rooms, difficult parking and layout »

    Location is about 20min + walking from the city centre on a good day. It is on the main road so public transport is easily available. Good customer service and very helpful staff on the desk always. Only problems are the parking and the layout. This being an old building, to get to the rooms at the opposite end of the desk, one has to climb up and then go down a flight of stairs at the other end. There is a door at the otehr end, but it is only working as a fire exit and is alarmed. Its difficult particularly if you have some luggage. Also the parking area has different entry for its different sections and on the side of a busy road, it is not easy to try and work your way around it to find a space.

    « Overnight stay »

    We had to go to Nottingham to celebrate our young grandsons birthday . Stayed just one night . Checkin very good very friendly staff, parking on fron of hotel no problem and free to do so. Directed to room 315 despite the lift there were stairs to contend with after getting off the lift so be aware those with mobility issues. Bar area clean, welcoming given advice re where meals served and cut of time on the Sunday evening. We dropped off our bag in our room, small but everything you could want .table two chairs double bed, flat screen TVs coffee and tea making facilities which were plenty and choice wise. Biscuits etc. Loads of towels in the clean bathroom with bath and shower over bath. All in all room was clean fresh, not a fab view though of a flat roof and other rooms opposite if you looked to your right you could see the traffic up and down the busy Mansfield road, so a little noisy with the window open. Only problem we found negative with room, is how hot it was and seemingly no control to turn it off and noisy with window open. We went back out after our check in and came in just before 9pm we had been busy all day so the bar looked very inviting. The barman didn't have any fruit cider but allowed me a taste of the draft cider, which was nice. We sat in the comfy tub chairs and looked occasionally at the large screen tv that was there if wanted . We were mainly checking out emails etc with the free wifi. All in all we were enjoying the relaxing until a bunch of guys came into the bar. They were clearly contractors who were staying in the hotel. They were fairly well oiled if you understand my meaning, we ended up leaving the bar area and retreating to our room with drinks . The language they were using loudly was vulgar , disgusting and very derogatory towards women. We did say at reception we felt forced to leave the bar area. We also enquires if there rooms were near to ours as we didn't want to listen to such language in our room. Luckily she advised they were not near us, if they had been we would likely to have asked for another room.. Reception advised she would speak to their company the following day, I do hope she did , as it certainly put us off sitting in the bar. We had requested a wake up call which was delivered on time. Went down for breakfast , some of the continental items were offered buffet style, toaster, juice , coffee machine, jams cereals , fruit, ham, cheese, pan chocolate, croissants. Then the menu where you could order full breakfast, boiled, poached , scrambled eggs, kippers . My hubby had full breakfast which comprised of sausage which he said were tasty bacon, scrambled eggs, mushroom, hash brown and a ramikin of baked beans. I ordered 3 boiled eggs 5 minutes cooked. All food arrived together and we were asked if every thing was to our liking. Overall good quality breakfast, plenty of choice. All in all our experience of this hotel was good just marred by the clientele that are obviously contractors staying at the hotel and there filthy mouths which ruined our evening.

    « Very average hotel that has progressively deteriorated »

    I have stayed at this hotel several times before but it has progressively deteriorated. My room was a tiny so called ?double room? that overlooked a ?tip yard?. The carpet was dirty and had not been vacuumed. The hotel receptionist was a young girl who seemed to think that ?politeness? is a foreign word. The duty manager was rude and didn't seem to care. I completed a survey that was sent to me and pointed out the shortcomings of this hotel. I gave poor ratings for several aspects of the hotel. I received an immediate response from a person who said he was the owner (Al Malik). Instead of dealing with the problems that I outlined, he had the audacity to accuse me of being aggressive to his staff when in fact they were rude to me. What else can I say? Well, don't stay at this hotel. Dr NFY

    « Average at best »

    The hotel looks good online and had the availability but upon arrival we found that it had the family b&b feel without the charm, half the time the lift wasn't working and I also found out that my friends sheets were soiled.

    « Ok. Just ok. »

    I booked this hotel on location as we were out at a birthday party nearby. We arrived late (10pm) due to an awful drive due to the M25 and horrendous weather. The receptionist was lovely. Room is a bit of a trek along the corridor and squeaky faded carpet. However the room was ok. Spacious enough for 2 nights. Bed was only a queen (sorry I'm used to King at home so it was a bit of a squeeze) but lovely and clean. Water pressure fabulous and dammed hot. Decent proper size hair dryer and proper kettle with tea coffee and biscuits. Breakfast wasn't all that to be honest. Fruit and cereals and croissants great. Cooked had clearly been on the hotplate too long. The bacon was flaccid and eggs were grey. Yes grey! I didn't eat them. The second day we just had continent which was lovely. Avoided the grey eggs. I wish I'd complained but I didn't because I thought the breakfast was included. However we were presented with a bill when we checked out. Weatherspoons would have been better. All in all - a nice hotel. Clean room. Good bathroom. Close to forest rec parkrun and easy walk to town. Free parking. Small bed and crap breakfast.

  • 4
    « Stayed many times, but different this time! »

    Have stayed a number of times over the years and always found the level of service given acceptable to a high standard.on this visit I found it a bit different, not in a bad way. The interaction of the staff had changed in a nice way that I had to ask had the management changed? My room was to a very high standard , clean , bright and warm. Plenty of room to perform a bit of work. Lots of parking space at the front , rear and the sides.Town centre 5 mins away by car or from the bus stop outside the front door. For the football fans there a pub across the road showing BT and Sky.

    « dust »

    welcome was okay!! we were told our room was not ready at 3pm even though my confirmation said it would be by 2pm, so there for we were given room 108 looking onto brick wall, the room was dusty on bed head and in lamp shades radiator. I complained to reception on leaving. we had a meal on the evening which was good. we have been to a lot of best westerns and have reward card.

    « great location »

    This hotel was very nice. Staff were very helpful with any questions or requests. Rooms were very clean and nice. Very close to the bus line into town. They did have a place to dine in if needed. Only downside that was the parking was tricky and the room had no mini fridge. Still was a great place to stay would do again.

    « Very nice hotel »

    We stayed for one night in April. Our room was very clean with comfortable beds and ample pillows. There was a good supply of tea, coffee and milk, also 2 small packets of biscuits. The breakfast which was included in our room rate was first class, plenty of choice and the hot selection was exactly that - piping hot, the restaurant staff were very pleasant. I would like to highly praise the girls on reception for their attentiveness on check in and also going the extra mile by checking attraction opening times and printing us a city map. . WIFI was good in the room. Check the location of the room before accepting it. We were on the first floor accessed by a lift but we then had to walk along a long corridor going up and down small flights of stairs and to reach our room go down a long flight of stairs. This was the only way to access rooms 111 to 117.

    « Underwhelmed »

    Made a booking last minute with Booking .com who let us down as I requested via filters wheelchair accessible there are steps to entrance and even though there is a lift there are more stairs from the lift to room 226 which is an executive King room, I was looking for a treat after attending a hospital appt. so booked the best available although I can't say there was anything wrong I expected more from the best on offer room was large had a fridge one up on premier inn but no wow 2 small boxy armchairs a couple of pictures lots of lights and a work desk ?? Bathroom was a good size but again website gave impression there was a walk in shower rather than the usual over bath, why is the toilet right against the wall so you burn your knee on towel rail ? Complimentary toiletries are multi use bottles on wall I expected the usual row of pretty bottles above the sink, Plenty of tea and coffee on offer with nice biscuits spoilt by no bottled water should be free in a high end room, Staff were polite arranged an earlier check in for me pre hospital appt. much appreciated, breakfast was plentiful everything you would want well presented, Could have been persuaded to stay another night but the room didn't do it for me, would stay again in a more accessible room in the future.

    « Great Hotel for a great price! »

    My partner and I stayed on Friday 1st April as we were going on a night out in nottingham. The room cost around £58 total, which was a bargain compared to some other places. The hotel is roughly a 30min walk from the city centre, but we didnt mind walking in. We got a taxi back which cost around £12. The room was very clean and comfortable! Beds very clean and comfy, had a great nights sleep! Reception staff friendly and helpful. This is the first hotel ive ever stayed in where i haven't heard other people in other rooms or being noisy walking down the corridors! Would highly recommend if you are staying for a night out.

    « enjoyed our stay »

    Booked a three night break at the hotel on an excellent value superior room dinner bed and breakfast rate. Initial thought were the décor was a little out-dated. Though the room was very good, bath was very short for a good soak. Staff were very friendly and helpful on reception and in the bar. The food was very good for the inclusive rate. Three course for £15.00 was a bargain with a reasonable choice and thoroughly enjoyable. One critics was that the service in the restaurant was slow with not enough staff on duty. No problem in parking. Would return to hotel in future if in area.

    « Visit to my home town »

    We stayed at this hotel before and found it to be very good for the price! This is the reason we stayed a second time upon arrival in the early hours of the morning check is was great. We were given our room key and told what floor we were on2nd floors down this floor having no lift to get to this floor we thought ok it shouldn't be that bad! Well!!! It was we were on the far side of the hotel and this being I believe a couple of old Victorian houses the levels were up one set of stairs down one up again down again ?? The room was ok?? The pillows were like blocks and the quilt was very flat. The refilling of the tea and coffee was very good. Upon this experience we will ask for a ground floor room in future and hope the bedding as been replaced with new ones. Staff very friendly ??

    « Second time around, but a bit disappointed! »

    This is our second stay here . We were very impressed last November 2015 and we both love Nottingham so this hotel was fine for us . We had a lovely large room last year, so as we came back for our second visit we were a bit disappointed to be given a much smaller room . The manager offered us two other rooms which were also very small and together would have fitted into the one we had last year. So disappointed with that aspect. Breakfast is very good with a selection of cereals , yogurt, croissants and a buffet for English Breakfast. The bus stop is literally just outside the hotel. £2 into the town centre, or you can walk as it only takes about 30mins . Never had food or a drink there. In the evening we went to the pub across the road called The Grosvenor which was really nice.

    « Great stay let down at the end »

    Mid week business stay, good value, room comfortable, parking available on a first come basis but still spaces mid evening. Evening meal offer fantastic value (3 courses and a glass of wine £15) and tasty. Only disappointment was an £8.50 charge for a continental breakfast, felt over priced and not a fair approach given the full English cost of £9.50) Went to work running on empty ?? would stay again but leave my self time for a costa. ??

  • 4
    « Another enjoyable Best Western stay »

    A one night stay with my wife to see relatives Friendly staff A good clean room Plenty to choose from at Breakfast Free parking in the city Evening meal a bit up and down - probably due to a very large party in the dining room

    « Excellent staff »

    The good: helpful staff and plenty of free parking directly outside the hotel. The room in which I stayed was small but it had a good sized desk and a comfortable bed. The bad: sounds from adjoining bedrooms such as a hairdryer and voices could clearly be heard in the room in which I stayed. Narrow corridors give the hotel a warren-like atmosphere. If this hotel had grandeur at one time, it has now faded. The ugly: the view from the bedroom. A few feet from the bedroom window there was an area in which rubbish was stored. Whilst some bedrooms obviously must have had a much better view, the view from the room in which I stayed was unpleasant.

    « Great food and very knowledgeable chef 'Mark" »

    Had a great evening with my wife had a very well presented chicken dish, on a bed a buttered green beans which was to die for cart rate this enough. Got the recipe from the chef himself an absolute asset to the company great work Mark

    « Quality Stay »

    This Hotel is to be recommended. The location and quality of the facilities is excellent. The Staff are extremely polite,friendly and very helpful. The breakfast is especially good in both selection and quality.

    « Not in the top 50 Best western hotels »

    I do not rate this hotel and normally I love Best Western hotel chain, But is it the fault of the hotel or the changes Best Western as made to it rewards program. If it's the latter I will be going back to Wyndham rewards

    « Fantastic staff »

    The hotel is located in a ideal position, not far from shops and the city centre. The hotel is old and some of the floors are creaky, but that's to be expected. We had a lovely clean ample room, with 2 pillows each (very rare these days), we normally have to request as usually only get one. The best thing about this hotel is the staff, they are very friendly and helpful, always smiling. We would definitely recommend this hotel, and we are booking again for May. We never ate here so can't comment, but the bar area is lovely.

    « Great value for money »

    Perfect location for visiting Nottingham. Busstop to the centre in front of the hotel. Lidl supermarket close by. Good english and continental breakfast. Friendly and helpful personnel. Fast free wifi internet in the hotel. Thank you for a rememberable stay. We will definitely return !!!

    « Don't go here if you are not prepared to wait....and wait..... »

    Booked this hotel, weeks in advance. Arrived and were given our 4 rooms. When we looked at 3 of them they were rooms with 1 double bed. We had paid for 4 rooms with 2 double beds in each ( ladies of a certain age with aches and pains!) I returned to reception to explain and was told quite categorically that they did not have any rooms available like that and we had one upgraded room with a king size bed! I explained I had paid in advance and was asked for proof- she had the proof of the rate we had paid and therefore what rooms we had paid for. Eventually she said she'd ask someone else, they came along and took ages to get her to finally agree that we could have the rooms we had paid for. However , we would have to wait as they were not ready. The keys had been behind reception the whole time we had been talking and obviously available. A guy was sitting on a PC at reception but told us he didn't work there so couldn't help us. Another customer was meanwhile saying she also had not been given the correct room which she had booked. All 4 of our rooms were spread across a sprawling hotel which had so many flights of stairs and steps to access anywhere that by the time we eventually could get into the rooms with our suitcases I felt as though I had done a workout in the gym! No one was on hand to help with suitcases so if you have any mobility problems please re think before you booking this hotel. A helpful member of staff directed in the direction of a room which was really difficult to find- well hidden! On the other hand a member of the domestic team was incredibly helpful in our search for our choice of place for breakfast. We feel she should be promoted to receptionist as her appearance and demeanour were definitely what you would wish to be greeted by upon check in, instead of the unkempt appearance and surly unhelpful manner we, and others, were greeted by. Emailed Best Western with comments but the response from the hotel was a sorry it did not exceed our expectations! They weren't much- just rooms with beds in which we had paid for!

    « No faults »

    Staff were so friendly on arrival, room was spotless and the beds were so comfy and nice and peaceful at night, breakfast was excellent a great choice of food, the room service menu is brilliant perfect every time. Already booked to go again soon!

    « A Great place to stay »

    This Hotel became a second home while I was working on a 3 month contract in Nottingham, and as such gets very high marks. The staff were ALWAYS friendly and helpful, their local knowledge was most helpful. The Hotel is not centrally located, however local public transport and taxi company (that the hotel have well trained) made the City centre easily accessible. There are many and varied local food choices including the hotel's own restaurant. All the rooms I stayed in had TV, Wifi, tea making kit, fully working plumbing and heating as you would expect. I would not hesitate to stay here again or recommend it.

  • 5
    « Fabulous weekend stay »

    We were looking for a place to stay that we could use again for when we go up to see our son. We stayed for 2 nights and will definitely return. The hotel was bigger than we were expecting and, it had parking, unlike many of the others. The staff were friendly especially Rose in the restaurant, where we had the rather good value evening meal. The room was lovely and clean and the bathroom looked new. The fab breakfast left us full until way past lunchtime. We walked into the city centre which took a leisurely 15 minutes, don't forget we were full of breakfast! There is a bus stop right outside if you're less inclined to walk. We've started a rewards card as well, why not as we'll be going again. Thanks guys.

    « Excellent value for a comfortable clean hotel »

    We stayed for 2 nights whilst visiting our son in Nottingham. We were really impressed with this hotel. Staff were lovely and our room was exceptional especially for the price we paid. We would def stay here again and would highly recommend this hotel. It is ideally placed for a short commute in to town and has lots of amenities nearby. Marilyn & Michael Medhurstma

    « First Time Experience »

    I usually stay at a Copthorne or Jury's Inn Hotel. As this was business my wife booked me in at the Best Western Nottingham. Like a child I was truculent but stayed anyway. My whole experience was fantastic: Room: Always clean, décor was a high standard. Bathroom: Always clean and SPOTLESS water pressure in my room was a little on the low side but my colleagues said theirs was excellent! Staff: ALWAYS warm and welcoming! ALL OF THEM Renata on reception even got me some shoe cleaning gear which I had forgotten - How Amazing! Restaurant: Staff really attentive and the food was much better then we thought and certainly better then the locality. I asked for Kippers for breakfast - No Fuss and 10 minutes later on my table cooked fresh- That's as good as the other 2 hotels I have mentioned. THANK YOU ONE AND ALL!

    « Lovely staff....ok rooms. »

    Me and my wife stopped here for one night for a family birthday party. We were upgraded due to a wedding going on which was very considerate of them. When we went to leave the room from dropping off our luggage to go grab a bite to eat before getting ready the door on the room wouldn't lock, so the wife had to go alone and I had to wait for the the duty manger. After a few minutes he arrived and could t fix it properly but made it so it did lock. After a little bite to eat due to now losing 15 mins I went to shower to only find out there was no hot water, on contacting reception I was told that only one boiler was working and they were waiting for an engineer (would have been nice to have been informed earlier). The room itself was ok but the bathroom is in need of some serious tlc, looking old and tired. The staff I do have to say we're really lovely helpful and polite and they deserve 5*. We were given a free breakfast to compensate for our problems which was very nice.

    « Friendly stay »

    Stayed for 3 nights in February; staff ever so friendly as we asked for another chair to help with a bad leg and they went out of their way to be helpful. Like other reviews, the decor could do with being updated but the breakfast was nice - did it's job. Only downside I'd say would be the parking as it isn't guaranteed that there'd be a space - especially if very busy. Plus walls are quite thin so could hear person in room next door coughing and speaking loudly on his mobile. However, this wouldn;t put us off staying again as very helpful and pleasant/friendly welcome and staff gave it a "person" aspect. Handy having the bus stop outside as well.

    « Needs an update »

    Stayed a few times, the last time being 5 years ago. Is a bit run down now and needs updating. Room wasn't ready on arrival mid afternoon and although the cleaner told reception there was another one available, the receptionist said she was to busy to make the change. After twenty minutes of waiting in the bar the manager apologized for keeping us waiting. We told him what had happened and within five mins we were given the other room. Apart from this the staff were very friendly and helpful. Room large but bathroom needs a better clean. Breakfast not very good for the price.

    « Very good value »

    When we visited, the rooms had been updated, and only needed new doors. The rest of the hotel in need of a lick of paint and new carpets, but otherwise very good indeed. Very comfortable, very good value for money. Although breakfast isn't really worth the 9.95 charged. Staff pleasant and helpful. We'll stay here again if visiting Nottingham.

    « Away with work »

    For the price I can't really complain and when I read some of the poor reviews on here I don't get what they are expecting for the amount however I guess that comes down to how much each person pays. For me this was cheaper than a travel lodge and whereas a travel lodge tends to be clinical in design this is far from that. I would describe it as having character. The hotel is not in the greatest part of Nottingham and I would not really suggest walking around late at night or even walking into the city. Across the road are a few shops and an Lidl all of which make you feel somewhat unsafe when using them. If you do need to head into the city grab a cab or bus. However don't let this detract from the hotel. Inside its warm, clean and sound proof. Staff are friendly and helpful. As I say for the price this is a great little find, would I pay seventy pound or more for this place, absolutely no and there are much better for that price.

    « short break »

    the hotel was as allways clean and all the staff were very helpful it is in good position to get to nottingham either by bus or taxi we will be back later in the year good value,we would always reccommend best western

    « On The Way Back »

    Visited this hotel whilst away for a few days as a couple. Cant say the hotel in its present state is in pristine condition but in talking to staff the new owners have got some big plans for the future. The staff tried their best to find us a car parking space as parking [like in most Nottingham hotels] is at a premium and after a little bit of manoeuvring succeeded. Cant recommend this hotel for now but will be interested in returning later in the year.

  • 2
    « Pretty poop. »

    Where do we start... There was a weird smell all around the hotel especially the lift. The room looked absolutely nothing like the pictures. The bed was so uncomfortable; once you finally got to sleep you were awaken by the sound of the emergency services. The "probing lights" were incredibly creaky, annoying and creepy. The extractor fan in the bathroom sounded like a lawnmower. The side of the bath fell off. The sink and plughole were grimy. The flusher in the toilet was difficult to flush. In the room was a box of tissues which had already been used. Ew. However, the lady at reception was attentive and helpful. The television in the room although flickered was large and awesome. The building has an oldness to it that creates a spooky atmosphere which my boyfriend seemed to enjoy... I also liked the fact we get a hot choccy sachet.

    « Great value hotel with parking (rare for Nottingham »

    Great hotel, staff very friendly and location is excellent for Nottingham with onsite parking a bonus for this area. Breakfast is particularly good, this was our 3rd visit and will definitely be back !!

    « Mr Craig Morley »

    Arrived to find lady on reception on her mobile phone shouting at a another member of staff , and evening meal was absolute disaster ordered a steak medium rare and it was well done could have resoled my shoes with it I got four new potatoes with it and half a raw tomato no sign of any vegetables , The first steak took 43 minutes to arrive yet the second one just 8 minutes this time accompanied by vegetables the peppercorn sauce re heated with a skin on it ,then to add insult to injury the waitress said I will knock the surcharge off you room rate a whole £3 and after an hour I still had not eaten ,I decided to buy a pint of lager from the bar and they had no change at all , after giving up in restaurant I went to a local supermarket and got a sandwich and a drink horrible experience mobile number included if anyone follows this up 07495734209

    « Good value for money »

    I really can't fault this hotel as for a night,it is excellent value for money and only a short bus ride (the bus stops outside the hotel) from the City Centre. This is the third time I have stopped here andThe rooms are clean and tidy if a little small. The staff on reception are friendly and efficient and I have never had trouble parking outside. You can do a lot worse than this good value hotel for a night in Nottingham.

    « Stayed a few Times »

    I working in Nottingham for some years and used this hotel when i went out on work nights out. It has always been good value for money and the rooms have always been to a high standard, a decent size and clean. I would recommend this hotel for a weekend away or overnight for business. A big plus is they have free parking on site which almost unheard of for a hotel in Nottingham.

    « Filthy Room »

    A real disappointment to the best western brand. I stayed here in business but will not be returning and our company will be looking for another hotel for our staff. The room was not clean and had not been cleaned for some time. There was a raft of cobwebs full of dust in the corners of the room and not just at ceiling height. The bed sheets had stickers on it saying what size it was. Housekeeping clearly not having any attention to detail. Given the bedroom is a public facing room in the hotel then who knows what state the kitchens are in. I could not eat breakfast in the hotel given the cleanliness of the place. One star rating is over generous for this hotel.

    « Good Parking, Friendly Staff, Weird Floorplan »

    Everyone in the hotel staff was friendly and the wifi was good. We easily found a parking space as well. The hotel floorplan was odd, and it was kinda a maze to get to our room, but very doable. We were comfortable and satisfied. :)

    « Nottingham in January »

    Really good hotel for the price we paid (£45) for a couple in a double room with Breakfast. Nice enough interior. Shame about the floorboards though you cant walk around the room without a horrendous creaking you get a complex that youre annoying other guests or even your own wife ! Nice staff though So all in all a nice hotel

    « Convenient and cheap »

    If you are looking for a place to stay near to the town centre for a night then this is ideal. Free parking, breakfast optional, bus stop outside and reasonable prices. The room itself was clean, recently modernised and comfortable. Of course there were niggles like the inch gap at the bottom of the door but for the price I can live with minor complaints like that. We ate in the restaurant in the evening purely to save time but shouldn't have bothered - staff were disorganised, food was odd in terms of taste and presentation and the special was out of stock. Bar staff friendly but could do with training as they didn't even offer us a glass with the bottled cider. Receptionist was very helpful sorting our taxi out and we would stay again for a handy stopover but not for a holiday or occasion.

    « Couldn't fault »

    Was given a very nice, spacious room and enjoyed the breakfast. Staff all friendly and helpful. Bit of 'up and down' short flights of stairs but nothing serious. Linen lorry doing it's' vehicle reversing' warning outside the window at 7.30 a bit annoying, but wasn't for long. |All in all, pleasant stay and well situated for city centre.

  • 3
    « Could Be Better »

    I have stayed here a few times now and each experience has been different. On this occasion, there was some confusion about what type of booking I made?...even though I made the reservation 3 weeks before my arrival. In the end I had to show the receptionist my online confirmation. I was then moved out of the single room, and into a double room which I originally requested. Breakfast was very nice and piping hot, as was dinner when I ordered room service. I had the bacon and cheese burger with chips, but it didn't look like there was a full portion. I don't think that was worth £9.50 really. Checking out was quicker and easier than checking in. The whole experience was ok, but it could have been a whole lot better. If you want a late check out, then you can stay until 12pm without being charged extra. Any time after that, and it's £20. I stayed for 2 nights just after Christmas.

    « Disappointing footnote »

    I visited this hotel in July and booked two rooms for two nights. The mate I travelled with cancelled the second night and was told this booking would be refunded. When I checked out the following morning I too was told this sum would be refunded. Unfortunately no refund was made and when I queried it with them they told me no refund was due. They said they would investigate and come back to me. Alas no further contact has been made nor has my money been refunded. If such a promise is made I suggest you get it before your leavesecondnight and

    « Very pleasant stay. »

    Have stayed at this particular hotel several times, to be near family and have always been pleased with the level of service. The staff are friendly and helpful. The rooms are attractive and comfortable and the restaurant provides a good mchoicwe of evening meal and breakfast.

    « Good value. »

    Second stay at this hotel, this time booked it late on and got it for £40.50 for a twin room on a room only basis, I think it was an extra £4 for the breakfast ,anyway good value imo, the reason I booked this hotel and not one in the centre is because the parking is free [as it should be] and there is a bus stop right outside the hotel front door, buses run every few minutes even on Sundays and it's only £2 into town a taxi back is £5. The room again was spacious with the usual extras [hair dryer, ironing board ] tea / coffee , and two double beds, a good stay at the right price.

    « Room was value for money, »

    As a base for central Nottingham it was good. We attended a concert at the areana and it was about 10min ride. (Circa £8). The hotel was clean and tidy as were the rooms with the usual ammenities of a 3 star hotel.We didn't eat in the hotel as it would have been a bar meal. What did let it down was the bar area. We had a couple of drinks before heading out no issues, On returning though, before 11.00pm Only 4 people in, tv v loud, language was more than a bit colourful, Clearly they'd been there a while but the table hadn't been cleared. Other tables still had dirty glasses and rubbish left, Was extremely unhappy the way the my wifes wine was dispensed. She says the barman put ice in the glass and then poured in unmeasured wine. Not acceptable. Overall though not a bad place.

    « Not Best Westerns usual quality »

    We have passed this hotel many times when we lived in Nottingham and always thought how nice it looked , so when we needed a hotel for 4 nights it seemed the obvious choice . When we arrive the receptionist carried on writing / filing for a while before she even acknowledged us.......not a good start . The bedroom , although quite small was clean and the bathroom was nice . There was plenty of tea / coffee etc . However , there were holes in the net curtain and the large window did not close . We asked the non forthcoming receptionist if the window was always on ventilation , we were told no it wasn't and someone would sort the problem out for us , no one did . That night the wind got up and the noise from the non closing window was so bad we had to cram newspaper in the huge gaps . The following morning we spoke to another receptionist and was told yet again someone would fix it..........yet again no one came so we had to leave the crammed newspaper in the gaps for the whole of our stay , not good at all !!!! The carpets in the corridors weren't good , ranging from dirty to worn . Most of the reception staff weren't friendly either , they didn't look at you or speak when you entered or left the hotel . It's a pity as the hotel is in a good location , you don't need to use your car as buses are frequent . Needless to say we won't be back .

    « Kept waiting »

    I arrived 20 minutes prior to rooms being available at 2PM and was kept waiting nearly to 3PM. We use the hotel because it is the nearest one to where we want to be and have accepted the fact it is tired and a bit run down. We dined in one evening and it was lovely to meet the restaurant manager again who just so could as was the bar man the rest are not worth mentioning as was the food that evening it is not appropriate mixing fine food with frozen xmas vegetables. The great fast was very good on both days.

    « OK, just ok »

    Visited Nottingham to attend the Mumford and Son's Concert at the nearby FM Arena. Stayed for just one night, staff were very good, room was basic but clean. This hotel would be fine for a business stay, but is not a romantic retreat by any stretch of the imagination.

    « Good value, with a couple of 'buts' »

    Stayed for two nights while visiting family. The staff are great, very helpful and friendly. Breakfast is really good value and although only scrambled eggs were out on the cooked section of the buffet, poached eggs were cooked for us without hesitation. The heating problems seem to have been resolved and our radiator and towel rail were piping hot. Our room (320) was a bit on the small size - it was a standard double and if we stay again we will definitely book a room with a king size bed. Also the room was on the side of the building but the road noise prevented us opening the window. Our bathroom was good, big fluffy towels and a good power shower. Unfortunately the pumps for the showers are noisy and, as the walls let through a lot of noise from neighbouring rooms, we heard showers being used fairly late at night and at 6 in the morning! The wifi is very good and the lighting in the room was excellent, there are also plenty of power points for charging phones, etc. Now for the big BUT; the floors and stairs are the creakiest, noisiest, I have ever encountered! I felt sorry for guests in the rooms closer to the stairs and lift. We were on the top floor and were very glad we did not have a room above us. We tried to tread lightly in our room, but were very conscious of our creaky floor.

    « Home From Home »

    Working in Nottingham every week for the foreseeable future is now looking good.. I've tried the rest and now I've found the best. A big thank you to David and his dedicated team of professionals who make my weekly stays both enjoyable and comfortable with a lovely room, stunning food and first class customer service. The Westminster Hotel really puts Best back into Best Western.

  • 5
    « Excellent stay »

    Stayed here for the weekend whilst xmas shopping in nottingham. We did book an executive room which was huge so no complaints there. We were at the front of the hotel and couldnt hear traffic noise from the main road so no complaints there neither. We didnt eat in the hotel but did use the bar. It was close enough to town to walk and the parking was a bonus. All in all an excellent place to stay and wouldnt hesitate to stay again however i did view a standard room before we left and the upgrade was definately worth it purely because of the size of the room.

    « Weekday stay »

    My room was clean and comfortable, although the en-suite bathroom was rather cramped. The hotel consists of several houses joined together so the room layout is a bit confusing and it might be difficult for infirm people with luggage. However the staff are friendly and helpful and the buffet breakfast is tasty. It is a good hotel to choose if you just want somewhere to stay and not a luxury establishment.

    « Okay for the price »

    I stayed here two nights in November. The room was small and a little cramped but overall it was updated and decorated nicely. Bed was comfortable, shower was sufficient and wifi worked really well. I'm not sure how the heat works so it has been a little cold but I should have asked for direction so that is partially my fault. My main issue was the noise. As I laid in my bed I could hear people on all sides of me, singing, coughing, talking, using the restroom, going up and down the stairs etc etc. Walls are very thin. If they could fix that it would have been a much better experience. I'm surprised I didn't see that on the reviews I looked at prior to booking because it really is a nuisance. Based on the noise I will try and find a different hotel if needed in Nottingham in the future.

    « Average Stay; Acceptable for the Price »

    In terms of layout, I don't think I have stayed in a stranger place - up and down stairs to get to a first floor room. The building is really old and dated but clearly an effort has been made with the rooms with a relatively recent and modern redecoration. The heating was difficult to manage; there was noisy traffic particularly in the morning which added to the fire alarm going off at 7:40 (false alarm). Positives included hot chocolate in the room, free wi-fi in the room which also worked very well. All in all, I would stay again as it is a cheap bed for the night but it wouldn't take much to sway me to try somewhere else at a similar price.

    « second visit »

    this is the second time we have stayed in this hotel,good location just a 5/10 min walk to the city.rooms nice size ,everything you need is there.staff friendly and breakfast ok,can be a little dry as its under heat lamps.will stay again when in the area.

    « Just average »

    There is nothing great about this hotel. The room was pretty old and tired, as was the bathroom. We were on the ground floor, but because of the weird design of the building we had to go up and down about 4 flights of stairs with our suitcases, with no offer of help. Ironically our car was parked outside our bedroom window, but the door to the carpark from their was bolted closed, so to leave we had to drag our bags up and down all the stairs again. We left before breakfast because it wasn't included in the rate and looked over priced. The wifi didn't work very well in our room either.

    « lovely stay »

    Room was clean and well presented, food was lovely and great value for money. There didn't seem to be any heating in my room but bedding is quite thick so you soon warm up. Unfortunately you can hear everything from other rooms but overall great place. Staff are very friendly too!

    « Not the best »

    Stayed in the Best Western for four nights while in Nottingham for business. The single room I had was clean and the bed was comfortable. On the first night I had a meal from the £14.95 menu. The food was top drawer. Could not fault it. Ham hook for a starter with a great Apple chutney. Deelish! Feathered beef with winter veg and a mushroom and bacon sauce. Fantastic! The beef just fell could have cut it with a spoon. And I'm not a fan of mushroom but I asked for the sauce separate and that was really nice also.Awesome! Then sticky toffee pudding for dessert. FAB! The breakfast is a buffet set up. It's ok but not great. As the week goes on I reckon a lot of the food is re-heats. The hotel is let down by extremely creaky floorboards all through the hotel and the walls are very thin.You can hear every footstep. I was woken at six in morning by the guy next door talking on the phone and when he had "company" little was left to the imagination.Also the pumps needed for the showers are very noisy. If another resident has a very early or very late shower then you will be woken. The staff were very nice but I doubt I would return

    « NO HEATING »

    Booked in for two days whilst visiting family looked nice,rooms nice and clean, felt a little cold but it was only 3pm so thought heating would come on later,so we unpacked our bags and went to the restaurant to have a meal with the family,we all ordered food which was very nice then went back to our room, I was very tired after the drive and looking forward to a cosy night and a rest. entering the room it was cold we tried to turn the radiator taps full on and the heated towel rail in the bathroom was cold. waited nothing happened so by this time it was 7pm I rang the receptionist told her she said heating comes on 6pm must be something wrong I will send the engineer to have a look, 30 mins later the bar man knocked at the door with a fan heater said you can use this we did it was so noisy and the heat so intense and dry we had to unplug it and no engineer came, the next morning I went to the reception and reported it again, I said we would be out for the whole day and could someone look at it, yes she said they know about it. we got back that night it had been a very cold wet day and 7.30pm we went to our room, it was freezing I rang reception told he,she said would you like to move to another room I said no because within a few hours we were leaving, she said can you hold a minute, I waited for ages she came back saying we can offer you a free drink in the bar I said no we do not want a free drink its hardly a great offer for freezing to death for two nights, just about to get a quick shower the next morning when a knock at the door he said I'm the engineer I said we are leaving within the next hour could he wait until then, we were glad to leave it was so cold and the staff did not give a damn, I said to my friend better go pay the bill he said they asked me to pay on arrival before the bags was even allowed in the room I did not know this until we were leaving, makes me wonder if they knew something we didn't, would not go there again, we sat in the bar to keep warm and was over charged £6 for a pint of bitter and a glass of red wine, not a best western I would go to again

    « Lovely stay- only a few bad points »

    Really enjoyed our recent stay only bad points are: walls are very thin so can hear everything and the creaky floor outside our room, also we ate in the restaurant the first evening the young woman that served us didn't seem to know what she was doing and also didn't take our drinks order so we ate without a drink. All in all a good stay close to the town and comfy bed.

  • 3
    « Business stay at Nottingham »

    Ok-ish hotel. Staff was sympathetic but not over-the-top. Breakfast buffet was also not of high standard. Room is small and cluttered with furniture. Difficult to get your way around. Walls are thin, and you can hear your next door neighbor. Bed is really too soft. Taxi company hired by the hotel does not accept credit cards and the first driver almost expelled us form his car (as he found we were taking too long to get out). Plus he left us in front of the wrong building.

    « Very reasonable tariff and staff excellent »

    We visited here last night to visit our daughter. On arrival the receptionist Renata informed me that I had booked for next Friday not this ! Renata could not have been more helpful reassuring us immediately that they had a vacant room and that she would arrange for the booking to be transferred to last night. This was organised quickly ,the only delay being the Expedia staff whose IT was on go slow, and we were soon in our room. We stay at Best Western Hotels fairly often as an antidote to the other rather formulaic budget hotels. The Westminster whilst a little tired in the communal areas had really well appointed bedrooms and comfortable beds and the £9.50 breakfast was excellent value. Thanks again to Renata, you are a star and Rose who was the first to wish me Merry Christmas bless you.

    « Amazing Staff/Stay/Drinks/Food »

    What can I say?! Had an amazing stay here due to the staff being so cool. AJ the receptionist volleyball playing lady is super cool along with Renata and Heather is amazing. David, let Abby wear her bright lip-stick next time..;) Definitely will be back. See you all soon;)

    « Nice breakfast »

    The room and bathroom was clean, the bed, a regular double wasn't the best but it was fine. Unfortunately two people in the room next door spoiled our stay with shouting at 3 am and then the fire alarm was triggered at 4.30 which left is fairly tired next day. The choice at breakfast was good however if you want any eggs other than scrambled you have to would be nice to be told that however.

    « Uncomfortable smallest bed »

    We stayed for one night, prices was very good as we found it on Location was close to city centre so we left the car in the car park and took the bus. The room was small even though it had everything. Tv was a good size and we found tea, coffee and biscuits on arrival. The bed was a queen size that for 2 grown adults is definitely not big enough. If you turn you end up on your partner backside. We both had to sleep on the edge and it wasn't comfortable. At 4.30 we were rudely awaken by the smoke alarm because someone decided to have a fag in another room. We practically never went back to sleep after that. At reception we explained to the manager what we were not happy with and she agreed for complimentary breakfast which we really appreciated and we did like considering there was good choices, quality products and i can say it had a decent espresso machine. To sum it up, the price was good, the bed was uncomfortable and way too small. Thumbs up for the breakfast and the manager.

    « Very good price to quality. »

    Very good price to quality. Maybe from the front hotel isn't the most beautiful, but the room was really surprisingly nice as well as the bathroom. It's not far from the city centre with free parking. I definitely recommend it.

    « Mr Angell »

    100% would use these guys again very helpful and polite and grate food also Ella was very helpful as i booked the wrong day with in minutes and no fuss it was sorted out and i could get back to in joying my brake.

    « ...great 2 night stay. unexpected pleasure »

    we were apprehensive about our stay having read some of the reviews, however these all proved to be incorrect. We stay several times a month in hotels using the Best Western brand and I have to say that the staff were the most pleasant and helpful which seemed to be "genuine " rather than the usual forced, both Night Porters are an asset to the hotel especially when I was coming all hours of the day and night due to work commitments . We had a room at the back of the hotel on the 2nd floor ( there is a very efficient lift ). The . room was well decorated plenty of sockets for phones, ipad etc and plenty of different types of lighting. There were 2 double beds - a bonus and both very comfortable, the bathroom was modern and spotlessly clean, the water piping hot and there was also a bath which was well used as was the brilliant shower. Free parking right outside was a bonus , my only negative would be the patchy wifi connection but that is being very picky. A very enjoyable stay and we are already planning a return visit next month.

    « comfortable »

    on arrival at this hotel the receptionist asked ...........whats that smell? my partner and I were taken aback by this as the question seemebut dissabled people be aware d to be directed at us . as normal travellers do we both had a shower that morning and both had on clean clothes. apart from that we enjoyed our stay in a very clean hotel. despite having a lift to all floors there are still 4 steps to negociate. not to good if you are disabled

    « goose fair »

    Nothing was too much trouble from the time we arrived to leaving we were a party of12whose needs were catered for at every opportunity. Even when we left people were at the desk making repeat bookings renatta and all the staff were pleasant good humoured and above all very likeable.We would not hesitate in returning just get the lock fixed on room 312

  • 5
    « a fantastic two nights away »

    As a disabled traveller it is not easy to find a place as supportive as the westminster. my room was fantastic and bed was best i slept in for a long time. the staff were amazing helping with all my needs. on the last day i had a roast dinner and the flavours in the meat and gravy were awesome the food was so well cooked. housekeeping helped me into the hotel and reception were always available to help.i cannot praise enough and my service animal loved all the staff.

    « Felt more like a hostel than a hotel! »

    Although I have stayed here once before, on my own, in a superior room, I never left the room. So when arranging a weekend away for friends in Nottingham it seemed a good choice! Oh dear! The corridors are tired and more like a care home, and the public areas are dated. Although the staff are fairly friendly on the bar and reception, the friendliness award has to go to the restaurant staff, Rose and a lovely young girl, both of which couldn't do enough for our party. We had a late meal in the restaurant on arrival and very reasonably priced, although the restaurant is shabby and too brightly lit! Breakfast looked good, although I had very little due to an upset stomach, not sure where from? The most disconcerting event was on the Friday evening, in the bar, suddenly an influx of guests, I think they were guests, poured into the bar with polystyrene boxes of fast food, and began to munch in the bar. As if that wasn't enough, two guys had a Chinese delivered!!!! Does this happen in other hotels?? When I asked the bar man if that was appropriate , he commented that he didn't mind!! Oh well, I don't mind not staying here again then! Horrible! Bedrooms were dated, but comfortable and cleanish! Holes in nets, stains on bed runner, hairs in bath and corners of bathroom. Great shower though! I'm not usually this picky but was very disappointed and bringing friends, had expected more. Understand they are being bought out though, so may be a good thing.

    « Great weekend away »

    Had a lovely stay here whilst spending weekend in Nottingham. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. There was plenty of parking in car park and our room was equipped with everything we needed. A taxi journey into the centre cost about £5.


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Depuis : l'A60. Le BEST WESTERN Westminster Hotel est situé sur l'A60, à seulement 1,5 kilomètre au nord du centre-ville, 1,5 kilomètre au sud de l'A52 (périphérique), 9,5 kilomètres de la sortie 26 de la M1 et 9,5 kilomètres de la sortie 25 de la M1.