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£25.00 dinner, bed & breakfast @ Britannia hotels

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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
This isnt my first submit so please be gentle. I feel sick at the moment and just want to go back to bed but I cant coz I've got to go out and buy a Christmas tree.

January Sales Hotel Breaks - from £25 per person per night

8th - 31st January
Like all the best shops, we are having a January Sale. Enjoy a January Sales break, including Dinner, Bed & Breakfast.

Bring the whole family, or getaway for a romantic break and enjoy the superb facilities our hotels have to offer. Whether you are heading to London to make the most of the January Sales shopping, visiting friends & family in Manchester, or looking for a relaxing break away in the countryside with your loved one, our January Sales Breaks are just what you need.

Several of our hotels have leisure facilities and all offer superb bars, restaurants and room facilities. Perfect for families, couples and friends, our hotels will provide the perfect Break.
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#1
Some of the hotels are not the nicest, but some look very good - hot from me.
#2
I Cannot Find A £25.00 January Date For B/b And Dinner At Manchester Brittania Can Anyone Help I Wanted The 17th Jan Full Deal For 2
[admin]#3
Thanks for posting this poppoppop
#4
Haven't been able to find an offer for 1 Saturday night throughout January in the North :?
#5
Do check out their hotels on Tripadvisor before you book one. :whistling:
#6
MINCER
Some of the hotels are not the nicest, but some look very good - hot from me.


+1

The Britannia @ Manchester City Centre was not a nice hotel (awfully worn-out, old & shoddy rooms), this was 4 / 5 years ago and cost a lot more money and didn't include dinner! However, saying that the Britannia @ London Docklands is a great hotel and would definitely recommend, especially if one can cop the Penthouse-Suite.

£25.00 is a great deal nonetheless, if anyone can get it.
#7
Really terrible hotel chain. I once complained about a dirty room and was told to "f off if i didn't like it"
one of those bargains that might not turn out to be?
#8
MINCER
Some of the hotels are not the nicest, but some look very good - hot from me.

The Birmingham one is awful. So old fashioned, really needs updating. But for £25 with extras is a really good deal, its only a bed to sleep in for the night afterall. :thumbsup:
#9
I have heard that "The Grand" hotel in Scarborough is anything but grand.....

and "The Adelphi" in Liverpool has got even worse reviews......


Seems to be a constant theme on Trip Advisor.....their hotels have seen better days and just cannot get them back.....

Having said that some hotels are being refurbished so there is bound to be some good reviews out there. The question is are you likely to get a new room for this price or be bunged in an old one.
#10
I wouldn't recommend anyone to stay at the Wolverhampton hotel.
If you do beware of the parking arrangement at the station.
#11
Nash
+1

The Britannia @ Manchester City Centre was not a nice hotel (awfully worn-out, old & shoddy rooms), this was 4 / 5 years ago and cost a lot more money and didn't include dinner! However, saying that the Britannia @ London Docklands is a great hotel and would definitely recommend, especially if one can cop the Penthouse-Suite.

£25.00 is a great deal nonetheless, if anyone can get it.


Sorry...have you actually READ the reviews on the Docklands Britannia???? Ranging from rooms smelling of urine, mouse in dining room, train noise from 6.30 a.m....etc etc..

if that's your idea of a bargain at ANY price then good luck to you.:thumbsup:
#12
get yourselfs over to holiday inn website,they have deals for £45 per room with english breakfast
#13
Nash
+1

The Britannia @ Manchester City Centre was not a nice hotel (awfully worn-out, old & shoddy rooms), this was 4 / 5 years ago and cost a lot more money and didn't include dinner! However, saying that the Britannia @ London Docklands is a great hotel and would definitely recommend, especially if one can cop the Penthouse-Suite.

£25.00 is a great deal nonetheless, if anyone can get it.


They've done it up now,it's not too bad now.
#14
I agree with the negative comments

As custodians of Britains once grandest hotels. This hotel chains treatment of them and of the people who decide to stay there is shocking.

I've stayed at the Manchester, Birmingham and Docklands ones. All extremely poor.

There's much better value in the new hotels around our great cities.
For Manchester, try the City Inn chain. Great modern hotels, excellent and consistent service, and prices not at all bad.
#15
Sorry but voted cold on the basis of the consistently awful reviews. Yes it's cheap but no bargain if they're that bad!
#16
I had a terrible experience at the Adelphi...
Wind blowing in through the windows, bed collapsing, bathroom dirty and unfriendly staff....
Would have been a bit better if they had apologised....

:-(
#17
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#18
Hillzat43
Haven't been able to find an offer for 1 Saturday night throughout January in the North :?


Just had a look and there are plenty of Britania hotels at thiis rate including DBB, eg Blacpool,
and plenty around Manchester Airport
#19
Smelly dirty holes voted cold like the rooms, pool & food .
#20
Coco20
I Cannot Find A £25.00 January Date For B/b And Dinner At Manchester Brittania Can Anyone Help I Wanted The 17th Jan Full Deal For 2


The Manchester Britania is available on the 17th Jan Dbb £25 per person for a double room
also Sachas, which like the Brit is smack bang in the city centre
#21
The Grand at Llandudno is a very nice hotel - I've had a drink there and it was clean and friendly - tho we didnt stay over so I cant say what the bedrooms were like ! But is anyone else having trouble getting on the website ? I just keep getting error messages :-(
#22
Coco20
I Cannot Find A £25.00 January Date For B/b And Dinner At Manchester Brittania Can Anyone Help I Wanted The 17th Jan Full Deal For 2


I'm looking for the same thing - [COLOR="Red"]but on the 16th[/COLOR]! :thinking:
#23
gtd65
I'm looking for the same thing - [COLOR="Red"]but on the 16th[/COLOR]! :thinking:


Manchester Brit available both on 16 and 17th
#24
Hmm.. I'm seeing 43 quid (room only) though? Are you getting 25?
#25
The two worst hotels I have stayed in in my life are Norbrek Castle and Savoy in Blackpool. I had no idea they were owned by the same company.

Terrible, awful, dirty, draughty, worn out dirge houses.

Meal times at the Norbrek have to be seen to be believed, the chefs appear to have sold their souls and bodies to the devil.
#26
thank you
#27
gtd65
Hmm.. I'm seeing 43 quid (room only) though? Are you getting 25?

The deal is for £25 per person, ie. £50 for double room Dbb , thats what I get and lots of choice of hotels
#28
I can vouch for the Manchester hotel. Very nice. We kept ourselves to ourselves, and didnt try out the bar, etc, but it was a great stay for £50, and at £25, WITH FOOD this is a steal. Even took a photo of the beautiful chandelier they had in the lobby.

Free WiFi when we were there. Not sure if its still like that. Might take the Mrs. away for the weekend, and get the BOGOF Condoms while Im at it for the trip. ;)

EDIT: £25 PER PERSON?? Its around that normally! Its only a slight saving, because I believe normal prices now are about £55 without food. Still a good deal, but not as good as first thought.
#29
bigbaz
The deal is for £25 per person, ie. £50 for double room Dbb , thats what I get and lots of choice of hotels


Ah I get it now - yes 50 quid for two people total. :thumbsup:

I was trying to find a room (just for me) for 25 and failing miserably...
#30
I have stayed at Bosworth hall in Market Bosworth and its a terrible shame that the fading grandeur of this once, beautiful building, is now not only worn but the customer service is non-existant. Funnier still that when I wrote letter of complaint about actual facts, that the General manager tried to blame our party for the mould in the bathrooms, rising damp and the horrible smell that comes with it and the raw cold dinner service that took two hours to be received after ordering! Read the reviews and believe that they are not written by saddo's with nothing better to do, but based on actual experiences....avoid!
#31
Can't find the discounted rates for when i want to go
#32
almo
Can't find the discounted rates for when i want to go


I would not worry about it. The "special" price is often the default price for these hotels on Laterooms.com
#33
I would not recommend Britannia hotels - check out trip advisor before booking. Very enlightening!
#34
Talk about style over substance - the names Britannia, Royal, Grand etc. all conjure up an image of splendid rooms in palatial hotels, polite service from the staff and civility all round. Many of these hotels are grade 2 listed buildings but sound worse than prison camps. No doubt still "trading" on their heritage but failing to match expectations again and again.


Was reading one review on Trip Advisor where the guests were "tagged" on arrival with green wristbands to prove that there were eligible for meals/drinks. They were meant to be worn for the whole duration of the stay (worn in the bath/shower) and only reception could remove them.
#35
dreaddan
They've done it up now,it's not too bad now.


Having stayed at Britannia Docklands twice I can say from experience it was great, ok not 5 star nor top end 4 star but stil quality...def 4 star standard and if you want peace and quiet you wont find much in Docklands... get out of the city for peace and quiet
#36
mike23
Sorry...have you actually READ the reviews on the Docklands Britannia???? Ranging from rooms smelling of urine, mouse in dining room, train noise from 6.30 a.m....etc etc..

if that's your idea of a bargain at ANY price then good luck to you.:thumbsup:


I have not read the reviews, however I wrote from personal experience which sometimes can count for more? Have you ever booked/used their Penthouse Suite @ London Docklands? If not then I recommend, but doubt you will get it at anywhere near this price!

If you're looking for a quiet break in Docklands (London) then you are looking in the wrong place. Saying that this particular hotel is not noisy and is ideally located, parking facilities are dire and most guests arrive via cabs/taxis. For £25.00 for a room @ Britannia Docklands you aint half fussy, it's a great hotel that also offers some great night time entertainment (use to and probably still do) at weekends.
#37
Britannia suckZzzzz
#38
There's bound to be some good reviews from people who have stayed in newly refurbished rooms. If the whole hotel has been refurbished you are likely to be happy with this price.

However at a hotel that is part-refurbished, do you think you are going to be allocated a new room or an old room ? People who have paid way under the "rack rate" are NOT going to get good rooms.

There is one hotel - can't remember which - which has a whole floor in the basement with no windows.....do you think they are going to allocate these rooms to people who have paid the least or the most.....
#39
This deal does not appear to exist, at least in Manchester.

Another case of pretending you have prices you don't, Britannia?
#40
Having just stayed lastnight at Britannia Docklands I can confirm again that it is still decent and not as bad as some have said....Its now my third visit at this hotel and we were upgraded from a Executive double to a Executive Suite with Jacuzzi!!! Service was great, as we had problem with heater which was resolved and the manager came and gave us free breakfast which would have cost us in total £25!!

However always book from online and never pay over £100 per night for any of their rooms apart from their suites

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