Best Western Kilima Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Kilima Hotel York
This hotel, while being within an easy walk of the town centre, was extremely hot and noisy and the rooms are very small. It's overpriced - unless you plan on using the gym etc - which we didn't given we stayed one night only.
The staff were helpful and the breakfast was better than average. Another plus was the blackout lining on the curtains which made it much easier to sleep.
We spent 1 month travelling around the UK and this was the most overpriced accommodation we experienced in all that time.
I wouldn't stay here again.
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