Letchworth

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Reviews of Letchworth Hall Hotel, Letchworth Garden City

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Review by Karen on 4th May, 2008

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Good Points: THE GARDENS WERE LOVELY Bad Points: CRACKED SINK IN THE BATHROOM, NO HOT FOOD AVAILABLE AFTER 9.30 PM. VERY POOR SELECTION OF FOOD IN ROOM SERVICE. General review: I would have liked to know what time they stopped serving dinner, been able to look at the room service menu on line. What a shame they did not replace the cracked handbasin. The bathroom was quite reasonable except for the shower curtain (glass screen would be better)and the awful cracked hand basin. Room was adequate. A hotel porter to assist me with my luggage would have been nice but I was left to struggle with it. Receptions were not very friendly. Hotel is a bit tired and in need of some TLC. Leisure club seems mainly designed for men. I couldn't get near the pool at 6.30am or the running machines.

Date visited: 2008-05-04

Review by stephen on 25th October, 2007

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Good Points: historic hotel lovley grounds , 4 posterbed very nice Bad Points: attitude of staff ,english breakfast ,uncooked sausages , and thrown on to a plate no presentation

Date visited: 2007-10-25

Review by Richard, Preston on 30th June, 2006

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Good Points: Character, value, sports centre Bad Points: Nothing General Review: Been before, will be back for sure - best place around Hitchin

Date visited: 2006-06-30

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