Mercure Nottingham City Centre Hotel

Address: George Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England, NG1 3BP, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on George Street, Nottingham, is near Nottingham Arena At National Ice Centre, Old Market Square, Games Workshop Museum, and St. Mary's Church.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsMercure Nottingham City Centre Hotel

      Reviewed by maggik

      Central to everything!

      Reviewed Sep 3, 2012
      by (4 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      We have had a very comfortable stay at the Mercure which is ideally situated in the Lace Market district of Nottingham. Staff were very friendly and mostly efficient. Admittedly we did opt for an upgrade to premium room but were very impressed with the size and comfort of the room.

      The only disappointment we have with the hotel is the availabity of daytime / evening food. We had hoped to have a meal there but the menu is very sparce and the restaraunt was closed at lunch time. However there are lots of eateries in the locality so not too far to walk to find any nationality of cuisine you could ask for.

      Certinly we would stay here again if we were in the area.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews Mercure Nottingham City Centre Hotel

      Poor food, nice room

      from

      The room was very tidy, though it seemed to be situated above the kitchens as on both nights the room smelt strongly of cooking between about 7 and 10pm. The breakfast was terrible however. So much for the breakfast menu promising beans and 3 types of eggs. There were no beans and only 1 type of egg on both mornings. We also had to ask for plates as there were none available. When the plates arrived they were filthy! Not very impressed at all. The computer situated in the lobby for Internet access was a nice touch and came in quite handy.

      Not bad

      from

      I stayed at the Comfort Hotel May 8th-11th. The staff was extremely friendly. Room was neat and clean. Area was rather loud on Saturday and Sunday night due to music and people from the pubs.

      Disappointed in room

      from

      The hotel is well located, friendly and adequate lobby and restaurant. The breakfast was good, in comparison to many. However, the room was a disappointment with worn/torn drapes, an overall shabby state and very uncomfortable beds.

      Excellent Value for Money!

      from

      From one of the older generation who wanted to explore Nottingham rather than go clubbing!

      Some friends of mine recommended this hotel to me and I took advantage of one of their Leisure Breaks - did a bit of mix and match on their website and took the Sunday night Dinner offer with the free wine (couldn't get in on the Saturday, suspect that's due to the clubbers) and I did the rest of the week on B&B. The menu was fairly limited, but excellently prepared and the free wine with the dinner was so good I ordered another bottle! It is in a great location to go foraging for evening meals (although we did have a second very nice dinner in the hotel) and there are some excellent restaurants nearby.

      The staff are friendly and very helpful and the hotel website www.comfort-hotels-nottingham.com has some great links to various things to do plus it seems to be the only place I could find the Leisure Break Offer. The wife and I even had a go at ice skating (within walking distance), it was a hoot and we didn't break anything.

      We love the Comfort and Quality chain, they always seem to get their prices right and are in great locations.

      Thoroughly recommend a visit to Nottingham and the Comfort Hotel even if you are not a clubber!

      Superb Hotel and Amenities

      from

      After talking to a friend who had stayed at the Comfort in Nottingham, who had done nothing but rave about the hotel and the nightlife, I decided to take the girlfriend for a weekend. We arrived to a very friendly and knowledgeable receptionist about the nightlife. The hotel and the staff were superb, food was good and bedroom was comfortable and the nightlife well what more can I say. I would recommend this hotel to anyone, and I know I will be back very soon.

      Fantastic

      from

      I stayed at The Comfort Hotel on the weekend of 19th/20th March, and paid just ?120 for two nights. The room was clean, comfortable and the staff were fantastic.I would reccomend this hotel to all as it is next to all the clubs and pubs and the bar was open late.

      Im lovin it!

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      I stayed at the comfort hotel for 2 nights in febuary 2004, valentines week-end . we paid £100 for the weekend and the room was spacious and very clean but pleasantly furbished. I would recommend the hotel for people who like clubbin as it is right in the thrivin city. I will be comin back!!!!

      Well worth the money

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      I stayed at the Comfort Inn in Nottingham for one night during Jan 2004. Despite the room being a little on the small side, I must say that my stay was very enjoyable. I paid just 70 GBP for a double room with dinner, bed and breakfast. The staff at the hotel were fantastic and extremely friendly. And contrary to what was said in one of the previous posts I found the food to be very good. Admitedly, the menu was quite limited, but the overall standard was extremely good for what was essentially a budget hotel. Also, my room was very clean, freshly decorated and comfortable.

      Fantastic Base

      from

      I satyed at the Comfort Hotel for two nights in August, I found the food to be good traditional home cooked food and the standard of accommodation to be excellant for the price paid.

      All staff at the hotel appeared to be new but very anxious to look after you and certainly were not lacking in customer care. This hotel was superbly postioned and all night life and shops were just a short walk away.

      Poor food

      from

      the rooms were comfortable and clean but the food was terrible. Our steaks were like leather and the chicken not much better,however the beef and ale pie was qite tasty.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Mercure Nottingham City Centre Hotel

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

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