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Britannia Ashley Hale ★★★
Acomodações de 3 estrelas, convenientemente situado na vila de Cheshire bonito. Área comercial a poucos minutos Restaurantes & Restaurant completo serviço de bar de alojamentos disponíveis: 3-estrelas de 50 quartos. Quartos confortáveis
Serviços do Britannia Ashley Hale
Serviços do HotelServiço despertador, Restaurante, Bar
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Horário de entrada15:00 hrs
Horário de saída11:00 hrs
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- Serviços 5.4
- Instalações 5.4
- Localização 7.1
- Limpeza 6.2
- Preço/qualidade 5.7
- 4 noites - de 07 Mar a 11 Mar
- R$ 173
I stayed at the Britannia Ashley Hotel overnight prior to flying from Manchester the following day. For this purpose, the location was excellent. The transfer to the airport was included in the price. The taxi was punctual and the driver friendly and helpful. The hotel has seen better days and is in need of some updating. Overall service, room and breakfast were adequate for an overnight stay and I would use the hotel again for a pre flight stopover.
We stayed here for 1 night on a bed and breakfast basis and I couldnt grumble at £49 bed and breakfast for the 2 of us. The room was large and clean, the only thing that was wrong with it was that the TV had a really poor signal as the aerial was broken at the socket. Breakfast was nice with a good selection available.
Stayed here last weekend prior to an early flight from Manchester Airport. We arrived just before 10pm and having been told the reception was 24 hours I felt like I was being told off. The receptionist took ages to come over, was short and shirty and rushed us into filling forms and trying to understand the complicated bus shuttle timetable service for which we had to book onto. The room was old, tired. Not dirty which was good but just very dated with marked walls and stained chairs. There was also an obscene pencil drawing of a nude woman on the walls in a frame with particular attention paid to the nipple area!!! I did laugh at this but obviously not the sort of thing young children should be seeing! Cant comment on breakfast as didnt have any, but we were not booked onto the shuttle, and when they did eventually book us on they got our name completely wrong. Yes it was ok for a budget hotle but whether 1 star or 5 star politeness comes at no extra cost...will not be staying again!
This hotel is basic, the rooms are OK nothing 4 star here. That said it offers great value for money and is very conviently located in the middle of Hale village with all it's fantastic restuarants. It is a short taxi ride away from the Airport too which is advantageous also. Can recommend it for those on a budget looking to maximise the value of staying in a hotel.
Stayed last Friday night for Dinner bed and breakfast deal, before going to a wedding reception in Bowdon.No frills no probs friendly staff all in alll an enjoyable stay, what do folk want for £55 for two people in Hale!! Centrally located
This hotel was a bit hard to find as it was tucked away at the side of a Co-op. we had to ask having drove up and down a couple of times. There is no parking available. You have to park in the pay and display car park at the back. As it was a Saturday it was only £4 for over 4 hours and Sunday being free it wasn't really a problem other than wondering if it was safe. We had decided to stay here as it was a central location for meeting friends. We arrived at about 1pm and were told that we couldn't check in till after 2, so we went to meet our friends at a local pub (Railway) for a very nice lunch. We returned about 6pm to check in. The young man on reception was very pleasant. We were asked what time we would like to eat as the previous night our friends who were staying 2 nights were told there wasn't any booking for them so there was no food! We had booked 3 course dinner B&B. He also asked us did we want Chicken or Gammon? I did find this rather strange.... When we got to our room we thought it basic, and run down. Not quite what I expected. After a drink in the bar served by a very polite and helpful young man called Andrew, we went for our meal. On a table there was a pile of Rocket and I can't remember the other unappealing starter! Main was steamed chicken, mash potatoes carrots and beans, not good! Afters was a pice of chocolate cake or vanilla ice cream! We then went back down to the bar, and had it not have been for Andrew the bar man, and of course our friends it would have been a total washout!! We went up to bed and slept ok, probably due to the drink ha ha The next morning when we opened the curtains to let day light in, was when we were shocked at the state of the house keeping. The carpet hadn't been hovered round the edges in months! Paint work was chipped and the window sill was very dirty. The bath had mould round the edge. All in all very poor house keeping standards. Breakfast was buffet. Tinned fruit, cereals, toast. And a hot breakfast of bacon, hard fried egg, tomatoes, beans and a pot of porridge. It all look ok, but unfortunately it was all only tepid. The corridors and reception of the hotel also were in great need of a good clean and refurbishment.
This hotel was undergoing staffing problems when I visited in July/August this but my room was clean and comfortable and serviced each day.The food wasn't all it might have been but was perfectly acceptable.Some people chose to make a great issue of a few minor hiccups and didn't always give the staff a fair chance.As the only paid a small sum of money which included travel to and from home and several excursions they should have been better understanding of the hotels position.Several had been here before and would not have returned if this was the norm.
Cheap and cheerful. No disabled access as you have to climb a flight of stairs to get to the lifts. Room was OK but beginning to look a bit shabby. Dining room seriously cramped for space. Food for the evening meal was disgusting; It was self service offering a choice of 3 main courses and the food was not hot. Breakfast was a little better but the coffee was disgusting, dish water would have tasted better. There were tables and chairs outside the main entrance for hotel guests to use but were mainly occupied by smokers so you had to endure the stink and the fog on entering and leaving the hotel. However the worst part was there was a noisy generator outside our bedroom window. The window had rusted into an open position so it was not possible to close it to try and deaden the noise.
Stayed here for 4 nights through a tour company David Urquhart terrible the reception,bar and dinning room needs a complete make over no space stairs to lift no access for disabled , stairs to dinning room no space to move between tables, lounge small chairs broken. Evening meal terrible and you have to be in early or food runs out and you get nothing . Staff need training on how to be nice to customers , though some staff did their best the majority did not.do not recommend.
Stayed one night, while looking for longer term accommodation. Due to plane delay, arrived at 2.30am but received warm welcome from night porter. He also advised us to pay for the first hour in the car park so that we didn't have to get up early to beat the zealous parking attendant. Rooms were fine, clean but showing serious wear and tear, as was the whole place.Bed comfortable - slept well. On the breakfast front, the Ulster Fry rating is only 5/10. There was a bufffet with all the usual items but the quality was poor and there were no fried eggs! I can see how opinions would vary greatly on this hotel. I was happy, but I'm a bloke; had the wife been there, probably a different story.
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