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I stayed at the Campanile again as it was very convenient for my trip.
Same proviso as before: think again, if you're a nervous, female traveller as it's on an industrial estate and this time especially had a LOT of workmen staying over. I thought...More
The rooms reminded me of the old blocks of Butlins chalets! I can't decide if they'd benefit from being completely refurbished or demolishing and rebuilding. However we were very surprised at how busy it became, it seems there's a demand for a cheap place to...More
The staff were lovely. Yet, this has to be the worst hotel ever. Dirty room, overlooking smelly canal. In an industrial site on main road. Very noisy. Boy racers squealing tyres half the night & noise of articulated lorries turning round in car park. Rooms...More
You could write your name on the dust on the headboards and continue on the other surfaces! There were suspicious brown stains in the bathroom....floor and walls.
The cups were dirty on arrival....bits of food and brown stains (hopefully not related to the other brown...More
Stayed here loads of times over the years.. The value for money is second to none.
Quite a lot of negative reviews on here from people who have paid less than 40 quid for a hotel. If you want claridges then pay for it!
US$35 - US$71 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I think telling porkies and sticking their heads in the sand over just how bad Campaniles Head of UK Operations has allowed this hotel to become over the last few years is the only way they get reservations. There is no help... More
I think telling porkies and sticking their heads in the sand over just how bad Campaniles Head of UK Operations has allowed this hotel to become over the last few years is the only way they get reservations. There is no help for this hotel and they know it, so they'll just keep taking in guests until they are forcibly closed.