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Park Inn by Radisson York City Center

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North Street York Y01 6JF United Kingdom
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81/100

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  • Breakdown Rating Guest comments
  • Location 90 Great location
  • Hotel 81 Great hotel
  • Service 80 Friendly staff
  • Price 67 Normal cost
  • Restaurant 65 Breakfast was ok
  • Room 62 Room was tiny
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Good to know

  • New facilities
  • Bad air conditioning
  • Poor dining experience
  • Small rooms
Reviews Park Inn by Radisson York City Center
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excellent
Reviewed June 2012 by NewHartleyTraveller
Booked an overnight bargain through Trivago as a treat for myself and my daughter. Our early arrival was not a problem and we had a wonderfull room overlooking the river and only a couple of minutes walk from the town centre, breakfast the next morning was excellent - my daughter asked for poached eggs and two were cooked for her and brought to our table in a matter of minutes.
81 out of 100 based on 3592 based on $ratings reviews
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York St Mary's

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St Michael le Belfry

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Jorvik Viking Centre

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