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Cannock, United Kingdom
Reviewed 18 October 2012

The hotel was an absolute delight (To Leave).. Stayed here for a sophisticated weekend with the lads whilst visiting the local watering holes and beer festival. Whats bizaree about this hotel is the 1960 decor and half sinks mounted randomly on the wall. The rooms reminded me of a lonely, pissed sad old man - Desperation. Although when you think...

15Thank Sean W
Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed 2 October 2012

Thank God for the opportunity to deter people from staying in this absolutely terrible hotel. The only people who should stay here are people who are genuinely preparing for the apocalypse. It could easily have been used for filming "The Road". Never stay here, never allow your worst enemy to stay here. I don't think I need to put the...

11Thank JimmyBourne25
Reviewed 1 October 2012 via mobile

Stayed ere while in Nottingham wot a crap hole, this has got to be if not the worst hotel in England its absoeluty diabolical, full of junkies and prostitutes the rooms are shocking and the food is bland and mushy.

7Thank green167
Reviewed 10 September 2012

Awful hotel that my mate booked for us while visiting the Nottingham beer festival. Everytime we book a hotel now we always mention this hotel as a par of awfulness. Rooms were like cells from a Turkish prison. Breakfast was grim. Never stop here unless the world has ended, you're the last person alive on earth & this is the...

10Thank russellbrown181
Reviewed 20 July 2012

What a tip the front door looks like its been ram raided. It stinks of s*** as soon as you get in threw the door. It looks like its never been cleaned since the first day it opened. The bed room I stayed in was thick full of dirt. My room had missing carpet tiles. And i don't know what...

4Thank Hayleyn1986
Reviewed 10 July 2012 via mobile

This hotel takes the title as the crapest in England the best thing you can do with this place is bulldoze it down. Full of junkies and prostitution with a crap hole!!

2Thank jclarkejc74
Nottingham, United Kingdom
Reviewed 24 August 2011

i live in nottingham and a friend recently came to visit and i met up with him whilst he was here.... and this place is a nightmare it looks bad from the outside the front door looks like its just been boarded up,it looks derelict from the outside, and things only get worse inside, curtains havent been washed for years...

5Thank gazburton41
Hamburg, Germany
Reviewed 14 September 2010

The hotel located in the tourist center, We booked our trip from the tourist office next door and felt safe. Very clean and very convenient to all areas of the city. We will saty there again if we back to Nottingham.

Thank kristianhamb
New Delhi
Reviewed 29 June 2010

I was moving to Nottingham last year as a student and was looking at cheap accommodation for the first week till I found a permanent place. I looked up hotels around the area on the web search engines, found this one and booked it over the phone straightway, paying for the first nights stay. However, as soon as I told...

1Thank shipsNewDelhi
Reviewed 19 May 2010

I stayed at this hotel on a stag do, so really there wasn't any standards we required. Nevertheless this place was absolutely terrible. The first thing that went wrong was that they lost our payment, so we had to pay twice, and believe me paying once for this place would pain you enough. They have communal shower and toilet room-what...

1Thank g1b2

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  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Public Wifi

Additional Information about The Gresham Hotel

Address: 109 Carrington Street, Nottingham NG1 7FE, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Nottinghamshire > Nottingham
Price Range: RM135 - RM225 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 132
Also Known As:
Gresham Hotel Nottingham
The Gresham Hotel Nottingham, England
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