04/10/2015 nojokes, Warrington, United Kingdom
We stayed for one night and gained the OK for one night as we enquired via 'visit york' the hotel contacted us immediately to confirm the booking which was great. Most hotels in cities or near cities ... more
We stayed for one night and gained the OK for one night as we enquired via 'visit york' the hotel contacted us immediately to confirm the booking which was great. Most hotels in cities or near cities only do 2 night stays over a weekend but we only needed one as visiting our daughter who is atbuni,gets expensive if all visits are 2 nights.
Only one person on reception when we checked in at 5pm so took a little longer than it needed too really, hotel had a wedding on which may have affected reception, other thqn that it didn't affect or interference with normal holiday business which we were impressed with.
We had a lovely room, small but we only needed to sleep there, opened onto an walkway through the hotel which is fine, until a lady decided to feed her 2 small children a yoghurt at 7am on a Sunday morning, we were awake already so no bother and it actually made us smile to listen to them chatting.
Breakfast was great, we were seated in a dining room at the front, so abit of a walk to the cold breakfast selection area. But the great breakfast made it OK, hot, good election and nice dry fried food not swimming in greasstaff lovely and gave us directions to walk into York, it takes about 40 minutes and a very nice walk itnis too.
Will stay again if we can get an OK price, its not expensive but still quite a lot for a hotel not in York. less
Irene C, Owner at BEST WESTERN York Pavilion Hotel, responded to this review
I was delighted to learn that you enjoyed your stay with us recently when your daughter went to York Uni - I do hope that she will be very happy and that we will have the pleasure of welcoming you back here every time you drop her off and collect her! I was glad to see that you enjoyed your stay with us - and look forward to meeting you when you return at Christmas!