The Queens Hotel

A Hotel in York, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Queens Staith RoadSkeldergate

The Queens Hotel, York

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Accommodation Description:

The Queens Hotel is situated in the heart of the vibrant City of York, on the banks of the River Ouse. All of Yorks famous attractions are within walking distance.Superior rooms overlooking the river are subject to availability and should be requested direct with the Hotel prior to arrival. We charge an extra 10.00 per night for these rooms.The Hotel has limited car parking spaces, a space must be reserved direct with the Hotel prior to arrival if required to avoid disappointment.

The cost per night is 10.00. When the Hotel car park is fully booked an alternative is recommended approx 4 minutes from the Hotel. The cost per 24 hours is 10.00.The Hotel has a Restaurant which serves breakfast and dinner daily.

The cost for a Full English breakfast is 7.75 per person, Dinner is charged individually with a main course dish priced from 7.50.The Hotel bar is open from 6.00 pm until 12 midnight and the lounge overlooks the River. (Please note that limited menus will be available during Christmas and New Year peiod. Pre booking of evening meal is essential during this period).The Queens Hotel does not accept single sex groups.

All public areas (including lounge and balcony) in the Hotel are non smoking. Smoking bedrooms can be requested at the time of booking. Requests are subject to availability.

2 star rating

From: £67.20

Average customer rating: customer rating out of 6

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  • Disabled Facilities
  • 24 Hour Reception
  • Cots available
  • Wi-Fi Available
  • Restaurant
  • TV
  • Satellite TV
  • Smoking allowed in bedrooms
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
  • Hairdryer in each room
  • Telephone In Each Room
  • Wake Up Call Available
  • Ground floor bedrooms
  • Lift to all floors
  • Car Parking Available Offsite
  • Disabled Access Public Areas
  • Disabled Access Bedrooms
  • Disabled toilets on ground floor
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Wheelchair Access To Reception
  • Wheelchair Access To Restaurant
  • Wheelchair Access To Bar
  • In-room Modem Hook up
  • Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
  • Wi-Fi Available In Rooms
  • Bar
  • [Channels] News
  • [Channels] Childrens
  • Radio

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