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Discovery Inn Leeds
Ranked #40 of 87 Hotels in Leeds
sheffield
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3 reviews
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“Excellent Hotel!”
Reviewed 21 April 2012

We booked this hotel because it was cheap, but when we got there we were pleasantly surprised! our room was large and the bathroom was big aswell! All clean and the bed was comfy. Easy to find as its right near the station. Would much rather stop here than the also cheap etap. Will be booking here again. :)

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  • Stayed April 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 20 April 2012

this small inn, with a wonderful story (as told on the walls of the bridge corridor leading to reception) again provided me with what i required. somewhere quiet, easy on the pocket, within a comfortable walking distance of my conference, the shops, and of course the historical surrounding area, including kirkgate market, which was a delight to walk about, and admire.

my room was on the 10th floor, with not much of a view, but that did not matter, as the real stuff was outside to be encountered first-hand. staff was wonderful. good value for money. will stay again.

Room Tip: did not see any of the other rooms, but mine on the 10th floor was in the attic - it was very amusin...
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  • Stayed April 2012, travelled on business
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Glasgow, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 9 April 2012

The entance to this property is located in a block that looks like it is ready for demolition or redevelopment. I could feel my heart sick as we approached it from the railway station.
Once we arrived at reception we were greeted by friendly and helpfull staff. Our room was large and the bathroom was enormous. Both were warm and clean.
This hotel is suitable as a base for those wishing to be out and about but it is not for those who want public rooms in which to relax.

  • Stayed November 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thurso, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 8 April 2012

A decent budget hotel, which I chose due to it's location close to Leeds railway station.
Check in was very efficient and friendly. Quite confusing trying to find my room initially as the hotel used to be two separate buildings.
The strangest thing was no duvet, there were sheets and blankets on the bed. Thought everywhere had duvets these days......
Room was very clean and smart. But big problem was no hot water, which I didn't discover until I was in the shower. Rather unpleasant experience.
I was hoping for an early night due to catching an early morning train, but had to get dressed and visit reception. They were excellent at allocating me another room, and checked to make sure the water was hot. Was offered a complimentary breakfast, but I was leaving before they started serving at 7am.
Got woken about 1am by people returning to the next room, walls must be quite thin as I could tell what they were saying and recognised a Geordie accent!

  • Stayed April 2012, travelled solo
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Newcastle Upon Tyne
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Reviewed 5 April 2012

The hotel itself is just a couple of minutes walk from the train station via a set of steps straight opposite the station entrance, which was quite handy as my partner was running late so I was left to carry the luggage. I was unsure at first as to whether I had entered through the correct door, as I walked into a small corridor with nobody around for guidance. There was a small notice on the wall saying that reception was on the 3rd floor, so I nervously entered the lift in hope that I was heading in the right direction. Upon reaching reception, I found the staff to be polite, although my booking could not be found as for some reason, for all it had been booked and confirmed in my name online, for some reason the hotel had my partners name in place of mine for all he was down as my guest. Once that was cleared up I was given a key card and told that my room was on the second floor. I re entered the lift only to find it would not move (reception did not inform me that I needed to use my key card actually in the lift!) Once getting to my floor I found my way around a bit of a rabbit warren to my room. The cleaner was still in there even though it was after 2 o clock. Whilst she was there I requested extra pillows, as the ones provided seemed a little flat, which arrived promptly without fuss. The room itself was clean and comfortable with tea and coffee making facilities ( although the uht milk was out of date by 2 weeks!) The ensuite shower and toilet were also of good standard. After meeting up with my partner, we ventured out for a drink and a meal at one of the nearby pubs and returned back to the room for the evening. It was a bit of a strange experience as we did not see any other guests and as reception was on the floor above ours, we never saw any of the staff until check out!
This was the first time I stayed at the hotel and now that I have found my bearings I will most likely be staying again. It may be helpful if the hotel could offer guests a map of their floor and give clear instructions on how to use the key card for first time guests before they enter the lift. It would also have been nice to be greeted by a doorman, rather than having to look around for notices to find out how to get to reception. All in all a good value for money, comfy but confusing hotel.

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Property: Discovery Inn Leeds
Address: 15 Bishopgate Street, Leeds LS1 5DY, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Yorkshire > West Yorkshire > Leeds
Amenities:
Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #40 of 87 Hotels in Leeds
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): €
Hotel Class:2 star — Discovery Inn Leeds 2*
Number of rooms: 93
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Located just 100 metres from Leeds City Station and less than a kilometre from the national motorway network, the Discovery Inn is an ideal choice for those who want the convenience of a centrally-located hotel without the overinflated price tag. We pride ourselves on offering excellent customer service, a warm welcome and an exceptional standard of cleanliness and comfort ... more   less 
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