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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Snack bar
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation is not possible).
Room service, 24-hour front desk, Luggage storage, Laundry, Dry cleaning, Meeting/banquet facilities, Fax/photocopying
Non-smoking rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
From 14:00 hours
Until 11:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
The maximum number of extra beds/children's cots permitted in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are not allowed.
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The Carlton offers bright, airy rooms with free Wi-Fi, 0.5 miles from the centre of Rugby. There is a stylish, modern bar and the restaurant uses fresh, quality produce.
Score from 168 reviews Very good
Just off the M1 motorway, with good access to the M6 and the region’s major road network, the Ibis Rugby East offers free parking and en suite rooms at great-value rates.
Score from 226 reviews Very good
With 22-inch flat-screen TVs and DVD players, The Grosvenor is just 800 metres from Rugby’s centre and rail station. It offers fresh, seasonal food, free Wi-Fi, and live Sky Sports in the bar.
Score from 59 reviews Good
In the heart of the Midlands in the historical village of Dunchurch, Dunchurch Park Hotel sits in an Edwardian manor house set in 72 acres of grounds, about 10 minutes from the M1 and M6 and 1 mile...
Score from 258 reviews Good
Location was good for shopping
Very dated hotel. Bathroom was basic and in need of refurb. Very poor as it was a executive room. No parking.
The old building gave the rooms character.
Room was cold, insufficient warmth from the central heating radiator. Limited selection on Restaurant men., Main dish required additional dishes for a complete meal with additional cost.
Very bad shower/bathroom facilities. Shower in fact barely worked. The hotel was, frankly, run down, and appeared in need of major work to get it fit for purpose.
The Hotel had a nice atmosphere and the staff were very friendly.A good clean hotel with a decent bar and a good breakfast.
Location was great, Friendly helpful staff,
Parking was a problem at times Food was Good but maybe needs a few more main meal options
Location is very central. nice relaxing ambience around the hotel. Lovely big sofas off bar to sit and read/work. Comfortable bed. Reception staff and lady in bar very friendly.
Bathroom; weak flow in shower; tiles missing . Would have liked an armchair in room to sit and read. Breakfast a bit basic, but I'm not demanding. Would have liked a muesli and better fresh fruit selection.
The reception staff were very welcoming and friendly, and willing to help. The Night Manager was very friendly and polite.
Waited 20 minutes before someone approached us to take our order for breakfast. When the kitchen door was open you could see the staff sitting down chatting. The service was very poor and the waitress did not seem concerned when we asked for the bread and orange juice to be replenished.
Car park 5 minutes walk from the hotel. Night club opposite therefore loud music playing until 3 am. The bed was very hard...almost park bench like. The ensuite was very small....no bath. Finish in the rooms is very basic. Don't ask for a brandy coffee as it will cold and spilt on the table without being cleaned up. The receptionist gave us the wrong token to exit the car park therefore we had to faff about getting security to open the barriers. I wouldn't stay here again.
Friendly welcome on arrival. Warm, cosy atmosphere. Simple style of bedroom, basic but all amenities functioned well.
Continental breakfast was disappointing. The food generally was average and did't reflect the standard of the hotel. There are very few good eating places in Rugby especially in the evening and the hotel would benefit by improving its menus
A vert warm and welcome reception, helpful staff and excellent facilities.
The hotel was difficult to find by car and parking was also not easy.
Great Location for town, Lovely, friendly staff
can back after evening odered a sandwich from menu in room only to be told the was none as they have nobody to prepare anything !! why advertise food 24 hrs a day !!,,,no lifts which i could have done with have i had just had an operation on my foot, window unsafe as i opened it drooped back down and trapped my hand ouch !!
Everything really.Location great.Staff friendly and helpful.Rooms clean with good facilities.Breakfast which was the only meal I had time for was excellent and served in a warm and welcoming dining room.I would definitely go back.
Only problem was poor wifi but that may be due to room location
the very helpful staff; the central location; the comfortable bed
the desperately noisy fan which went on and off intermittently all night; the shabbiness of all surfaces, whereby they had been given a coat of paint or had been covered in plastic, but still the undercoat showed through; no hooks in the rooms; the ghastly Sunday breakfast (presumably cook was off?); sadly it had gone from a cosy and comfortable Inn (The Three Horseshoes) to a very second-rate guest house.
Perfect location for Rugby school. I do like a bath and shower but though the place is basic it has everything you actually need for a short stay and the staff are delightful and most helpful.
The staff could not do enough to help and were extremely friendly. The food and atmosphere were good. The location was great both for wandering around Rugby, and as a base for visiting other centres in the region.
The rooms are small, but then who is there to spend all their time in their room?
the sensible attitude of the cleaner - I know it sounds a bit strange to think of this first but you know how it is when you get your bed just how you like it and then they re-make it and you have to start all over again well she employed thoughtful sense and left mine how i needed it. LOCATION really couldn't be better. Liked some of the period furniture and the look of the downstairs of the hotel - shame about the disparity with the standard of the rooms!
Wifi was difficult to use and though my husband managed to use it on his laptop after a couple of days of trying I would have had to alter all my settings and mess about so I just used a dongle. THE ROOM - you decide... shower was the slowest trickle ever and would have taken all morning to use though water still poured out of the head when you were only running a bath! all taps needed new washers because they couldnt be tightened off so constantly ran and wasted water. The shower was against a pattered glass window but no curtain so no real privacy there and the shower head was just attached against the window edge so you couldnt get close enough because of the taps anyway and the bathroom window simply did not fit and would not close beyond a gap of 3 inches so option of fresh air was decided for you when you wanted a nice warm bathroom. The kettle was disgusting and I went out to mc.donalds down the street for all my coffees instead. The actual fabric of the room was very run down and poorly maintained. Broken wood on frames and paintwork all worn off, black mould on all the tile groutings in both rooms I saw and had. Hole in the bath that my husband thought was a large black spider at first glance and then kept refering to it as the bullethole bath.No means as we could descover of locking the main window so security might be an issue though we had no problem with it ourselves. Our view was out into the back yard of the hotel with just a fire escape and mess and weeds growing out of walls and gutterings etc. You get the picture anyway - I could go on...and on....
Smallest room I've ever seen, Dirty - Hair on the bed and dirty bathroom, loud could hear every noise above and from the rooms next to me
Nice hotel in town
The bed was very comfy, and town centre location.
Not ready in the morning when housekeeping called was left towels and toilet rolls outside door. Went out for day and when we got back we asked for more tea bags and milk and was told they would bring some up waited an hour then went out still had no tea and milk do informed reception and was told they would put some in the room for when we returned got back late and had to go ask again for tea and milk as they had not put any in the room, night porter went and got us a jug of milk and teabags like a cuppa before bed and first thing in morning .
Parking and check in were quick.
Absolutely dead on a saturday evening! Shower room was poor and I wasn't told there would be a bath.
Staff very friendly, undisturbed nights sleep, excellent location
Breakfast crockery not readily available, and sometimes a little dirty
The location is excellent, and the building pretty and historical. Staff friendly and helpful although instructions on how to reach Warwick castle were so complicated we gave up.
The room was extremely noisy as there seemed to be a very lively Rugby nightlife taking place just outside. The hotel interior was just as noisy - our room was right by a connecting door and one morning we were woken by the door repeatedly being opened and closed loudly - later we found out that the noise was being caused by a member of staff
The bed was nice and was cleab
Not enough room to swing a cat in the on suite. I'm am a petite woman and still felt cramped and uncomfortable. The water wouldn't run hot. When brought to the attention of staff was essentially told well tough. Haven't got any other rooms and made to feel degraded as he continued to fiddle with the temperature, with the persistent question this still not hot enough for you, you sure? Requests for an iron and fan were dealt with a when I get round to it attitude. In fact staff had to be reminded of requests. Not sure whether this is due to lazy staff, a prejudice because of my age and gender or was just seen as a soft touch. Either way £140+ for 2 nights is extortionate for the service I received.
The location was in the center of the town and perfect for a night out
There was no car park near however this was made clear on the details
Location staff and the cosy bar.
Room was a little tired.
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