Hilton Leeds City
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Leeds City
My wife and I stayed here for two nights while visiting relatives in Leeds.
We were originally booked in to the Doubletree nearby but had to be transferred to the sister hotel because of renovations there.
I think as compensation for the inconvenience we were upgraded to a king suite. It was much appreciated and set up a positive review given such a good start to our stay.
The staff were very friendly and helpful at check-in. Our room was fantastic as you would imagine. It was spotlessly clean and we could hear nothing from the nearby train station.
The central location was really convenient - especially given we arrived and left by train.
The buffet breakfast was awesome, with a huge choice of options.
The original price paid was very reasonable - and the upgrade made it even better value. It was a good experience and we would happily stay there again.
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