Clean, nice, specious and quiet. Great for our one night stay. Shred bathrooms that are very clean. The restaurant downstairs looked great but we didn’t get to go unfortunately. Car park across the road, not too expensive. 10 minute walk from city centre.
Very mixed. More of a restaurant with a hotel stuck on top. Positives. Ensuite room was fine. Reasonable size. Everything clean and OK. Indian vegan/vegetarian restaurant downstairs is the main attraction. 15% discount if you stay in hotel. Excellent cuisine, spacious setting in what was once a Methodist Church. Was busy early Saturday evening, seems like a popular venue. Negatives. No reception. You are given a card and left to your own devices. Upstairs some rooms are very close to each other and people can be very noisy. Drunk people came back in the middle of the night, lost card and could not get in. Very loud and no one to deal with this. Didn't feel particular safe in this environment. You can hear people coming up and down the corridor at all hours. So not recommended if you want a decent sleep. Also hotel is on a busy street, no double glazing so traffic can be heard throughout the night.…
Our family room was spacious and immaculately clean. Basic but modern with just enough style to lift it up a notch. Excellent mattresses, good quality bed linen, fluffy towels - good and warm. The single glazed windows in our room at the back of the building did not do much to cut out the noise of a busy road to the front but we still fell asllep quickly and did not wake til the morning. Bonus of a 15% discount for hotel resdents in the renowned restaraunt in the same building. Just be aware the arking for the restaurant is not for the hotel but since it only cost £3.00 for overnight parking in the council car park opposite - not a big deal.
We stayed in the hotel last night and I’m never normally someone to complain firstly there’s no reception so new guests have no idea what they’re doing! the sheets had stains on them, the mattress was disgusting 🤢 stains all over it. Tv remote was broken plus the tv didn’t work. WiFi was terrible. The down stairs restaurant smell stunk out the entire hotel. Sound of the fire alarm must of woken us up around four times this morning leading to me getting my things and just exiting. The whole downstairs was Smokey with none of the staff doing anything about it. I was struggling to breathe. Wouldn’t recommend and especially not to family’s
My wife and I took a 'deluxe' double room with ensuite at £99 which we thought was ok for a Saturday night where few were available in the town. The best thing to say is that it was very clean. The term 'deluxe' is misleading. The room was tiny for a room with that description and that price. Bad scuff marks on the walls. The tiny bathroom floor is inexplicably covered in high-gloss tiles, making it treacherous with only a small amount of post-shower water on it. Definitely not for the elderly. No shampoo in the shower dispenser. It was incredibly noisy through the night with old sash windows on a main road, and noisy with chattering cleaners in the morning - a result of thin walls probably. These things would be just about ok with a lower price. The best thing is the restaurant next door which is fabulous.…
Myself and two friends had this hotel booked for 1 night whilst we visited Norwich. We was in the family deluxe room with an en-suite. The room had plenty of space for the three of us and was just right for a quick snooze after a night out. The heating didn’t work but was quickly fixed. Within walkable distance to town with a sainsburys very close which was handy for snacks.
This "hotel" has no reception, hang around until someone asks what you want. The rooms are tiny, dirty, the shared bathroom is disgusting and the toilet doesnt have a door. The matress on the bed was so soft, I lifted it to see if slats were broken and I noticed they expect you to sleep on an old urine soaked piece of sponge. The light in the room is purple and at night you cant see anything. The sponge pillows are about 3 inches thick and dirty. They say you get breakfast but its just a few tubs of dry oats, cereal bars and a few cartons of juice. I booked 2 nights but 2am the first morning I woke up and left before i caught some disease. Clearly the people who reviewed this hotel must be friends of the owner or something because no one in their right mind would give this a decent rating.Never agian will i set foot in this cess pit.…
Went here last night with my husband as we are both vegan and the food absolutely blew us away. There is a very wide choice on the menu, all vegan or vegetarian. We chose the sharing platter and some street food for starter and were recommended the Chilli cauliflower and a chick’n dish for main. The Flavours and spices were perfectly balanced and we can honestly say it beat all the other Indian restaurants we have been to, The staff were all very friendly and attentive and all the COVID-19 safety measures are strictly in place. If you are in Norwich you definately need to eat here. The prices are very reasonable too. We will be back soon. A big thank you to Veejay the owner and our waiter for going above snd beyond on our visit. See you again !
**Awful - avoid** the hotel sits above an Indian restaurant! - I informed the hotel that I would be staying there with my 14yr old daughter and they put us in a room just big enough to hold a double bed! Unacceptable!! Also it was very cramped. No reception at all. So was unable to try to sort another room out. Walked out after being there 2 mins. For the same rate we stayed at the travel lodge opposite. In separate beds!! I never normally write bad reviews but don’t want mums and dads to make same mistake I did.
This place is a hostel rather than a hotel. Lots of people all night chatting in the corridors 🤔 I heard every conversation when people walked past room 3! I hope Shannon was found? Wifi was very hit and miss. The room it self was clean but, tv remote didn't work and nor did the heating ❄❄ Ensuite was clean but no toilet roll 👎or soap! Tea and coffee making facilities were good. The building is old and the sash windows are all single pane, Queens Road is a busy road so traffic noise is to be expected. Plentiful parking across the road and the city centre is a 2 minute walk away.
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