The Great Victoria Hotel was very convenient to Bradford Exchange Station when we arrived. We had hired a car and found the parking handy. Our 'suite of bedroom and lounge on the First Floor, with a TV in both suited us very well. The room was warm and quiet with two armchairs.The bed proved very comfortable. The restaurant was easily accessible and amply provided for our breakfast. Reception staff were courteous and helpful and provided a city map and free bus guide together with additional supplies of tea, coffee and milk in the evening. All staff we met were pleasant and helpful to two pensioners visiting Bradford for the first time.
Traveller from Brighton.U.K
Historic Victorian building. Walking distance to theatres, cinemas, musuems, shops and fine cuisine. City rich in …More
"An Appealing Hotel In The Centre Of Bradford City"
I had a two night short Stay at The Bradford Hotel. It was a peaceful stay, clean and comfortable.
The staff were pleasant. Food was lovely.The location was very convenient, with easy access to
transport and the town centre and Park
Friendly staff. Room comfortable and extremely quiet. Bathroom a bit dated. Very good value for money. No complaints. Would definitely stay again. There's an ncp car park next to hotel, with a discount for hotel guests if you get your parking ticket validated. Good value at £8.50 to park for 24 hours.
after staying in holiday inn express in Hull we decided to try the one in Bradford and one again we had a very comfortable overnight stay. Staff were very pleasant and really helpfull, nothing was to much trouble and i would like to thank them for their service.. However we have one small complaint and that was with the cleanliness of the room,We found numerous pubic hairs in the bathroom but as our stay was for one night only we decided not to make a fuss...If our stay had been for a longer period then we would have made a complaint to the staff... This small problem would not stop us from staying here again as we got a good deal for our one night stay...
The slightly tired decor and worn carpets were compensated for by the friendly and efficient staff, who put us in a room as far from the noisy wedding reception as possible, ensuring an undisturbed night. This place seems to survive on weddings and the odd business traveller, and is not really a holiday destination despite the attractive rural setting. The room was a reasonable size and clean, but doesn't come with any of the usual complementary toiletries - even the tea and coffee supplies are a bit mean. Didn't sample the food.