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A brisk 25 minute walk along the river will lead you into the heart of the city, where you can tick off some of the best attractions Yorkshire has to offer. The hotel itself is a Georgian grade II listed country house, with spectacular landscaped gardens, lawns and a courtyard fit for a fairy tale.

Flamingo land is also just a 30 minute drive, and a superb family day out - with a both a zoo and rides for a jam packed outing. The hotels brasserie is award-winning and will be there to serve you some fantastic fine dining dishes after a busy day.

You will enjoy the gorgeous food next to a welcoming fire and beautiful view of the garden. For something a little more informal, the hotels Parisian bar is ideal as it offers just as much style as the brasserie, but in a relaxed setting. My room was clean and comfortable etc but biggest part of a hotel are the people who run the place and I had a very warm and friendly yet professional welcome.

I've stayed here quite a few times and this is no ordinary hotel, there is something special about it. Booked this break along with my son and his family. We stayed in the apartments across the road from the hotel. I was impressed with the apartment it was very clean and comfortable and well equipped. The location was great. A park and ride service runs just outside the hotel and there are several good pubs within a short distance.

Would go again. We were told because of Covid the hotel was closed but that we were being 'upgraded' to their apartments across the road. It was certainly not an upgrade, it was horrible, like a halfway house between prison and the outside world. The TV didn't work, the kitchen didn't have a bread knife, a bread board or a corkscrew and there was a flood in the vestibule outside our room. The poor gentleman who had to see us in, sort us out a corkscrew and deal with the flood was all alone - management nowhere to be seen during this most difficult of times for hotels.

On top of this they were going to charge us for breakfast for three days until I complained - they refunded the money for those but in no way made up for the place we were put in. It was horrible unfriendly and damn right unpleasant and if I could rate 0 I would dont bother unless you have money they are not interested it is all pomp and ceremony downstairs but the room we were in was discussing. Today, in line with government advice about non essential travel we cancelled our break, which was due to take place at the end of the month, at this hotel.

We ed back to the hotel pointing out that the booking conditions, which we had in an earlierallowed us free cancellation. The relevant document was scanned and sent to them. It was only at that point that they agreed to cancel the booking without any financial liability on our part.

No apology was offered.

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We do feel that this was either an attempt to exploit clients for financial gain or gross incompetence on the part of the management. The reception said that the owner, a Mr Coussins was not accepting telephone calls.

We do feel that the hotel should demonstrate flexibility to other clients who may not even have a cancellation clause. If they either offered a refund or a voucher for a future booking they would maintain good will and in the long run preserve their business. It is in everyone's interests to consider the wider implications of actions at this difficult time. Just had a lovely 2 day stay at this hotel lovely staff and food clean and comfy recommend to anyone going to York.

The food was the best I have had in any hotel I have stayed. Compliments to the chef. We chose to stay in York for a few days following our Ruby wedding anniversary. I rather liked the dining menu shown online for this hotel, so booked it. The hotel is in quite an old building, rather nice really.

Our room was a superior room, bed was firm, but I managed to sleep. There was plenty of parking and a bus stop just over the road.

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The breakfasts were plentiful, sadly the dinner menu had changed, and was a tad limited as we were staying 5 nights. Fish and chips and burgers are not my choice when staying in a hotel. The food was good and plentiful, and the chefs were willing to provide different dishes if we did not fancy what was on the menu.

The staff were friendly and helpful, there was a slight problem over the final bill, but we left without knowing the outcome. My only niggle was the lack of overhead lighting in the rooms. It would have been nice to be shown the lounges too. We were meeting friends who lived nearby so decided to stay overnight in order to save having to drive back even though it was only to Leeds! The cost for room and breakfast was good value; the standard room no. Langtons Brasserie offered a good quality 3 course set price meal, with a decent choice of dishes available and, crucial for a positive review, the staff were excellent throughout, always friendly and polite.

It was only a one night's stay but we could easily have made it a few more if we were visiting York or other nearby places. The following morning's breakfast serve yourself was very good quality and, again, there was a decent selection on offer. Overall, I would happily recommend the Pavilion. On the surface of things it dose look quite grand and cosyhowever our room was very small and without any heating, also the flooring under the carpet is very old and creeks loudly - hence sleep was disturbed. The occupants used glass's had not been replaced, we requested clean ones, however this took approx 45 mins.

The car park is also very small and some vehicles are parked up in random ways, alsomy vehicle got pranged - not much damage, but intensely irritating, and apparently there is no CCTV covering the carpark where I was parked. We certainly will not darken their doors again. Myself and my wife celebrated out 25th Silver wedding anniversary at this hotel.

Although we would have preferred a suite, or similar, the room we were given was very nice indeed. The rooms were very clean and well presented. The Hotel gave us a bottle of Prosecco and a box of chocolates to celebrate our anniversary. Each room has a safe for valuables.

The staff were very nice and helpful. We made use of the spa facilities and pool, free of charge as it was included in the price. After a long walk around York we used the hotel restaurant and had a very nice evening meal. Again the staff were excellent and the waiter who attended ourselves was a very knowledgeable chap called Roberto.

Breakfast the next day was a buffet style cooked English. You could also have the ubiquitous cereals and pastries also, if you required. I cannot fault the hotel at all. I was very pleased with the staff, room even I did want a slightly better one and all associated with the hotel. It's at the side of the train station in York and and can be accessed from the entrance off the main platform. Couldn't be easier. What a great hotelfrom the moment we arrived to the moment we sadly left we could not fault this hotel.

The staff are some of the best we have ever met ,Shelby and Alla on the bar ,Matthew who took my booking and Rosemary who ran the breakfast service who was a star in her own right and all the others without exception made us feel at home and nothing was too much trouble for them.

The room was nice, warm with everything you might need for your stay. The chefs produce some of the nicest food which is always piping hotthe breakfast selection is vast and all the hot food is cooked to order which is really niceanother good thing is the location of this hotel ,if you want to go either into York of the Deer outlet there are bus stops within yards of the hotel and the buses are every 15 minsif you fancy a change of scenery there is at least 3 pubs to the left of the hotel and 1 right next door which has been recently taken overbut really you have everything you need in this hotel with a wonderful residents lounge with an open fire which we had lit and sat with other guests one night puting the world to right ,this hotel is a gem and a credit to the owners and all who work there, we will return and when we do it will be for a longer stay ,thank you all for a great time.

What a lovely evening my wife and I had last Friday night, lovely dinner food nicely cooked hot and well presented, staff we're great. The entertainment was really good, singer was excellent all night people were enjoying themselves, it was well worth it such a nice evening all round.

Close to the University and open all hours! Booking for a one night stay and needing to arrive late after a long journey. Clean well equipped rooms and very cosy and furnished. Highly recommended. This visit was our 4th visit to the pavilion hotel, it suits our needs perfectly. The hotel stands on the A19 which takes you directly into york city centre. The hotel has very pleasant friendly staff and we are always greeted with a friendly smile.

The rooms are clean and comfortable with a fab bathroom and shower. Ample parking is avaiable. We will definately be returning to the pavilion. Just had afternoon tea at this lovely hotel. The first time we have visited. The food was lovely and fresh and the baking of the scones and cakes were home made.

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Service by the attentive waiter was excellent. Would definitely be back for a stay and food. The next table were having meals and they looked beautiful. Well done everybody. We stayed in a ground floor room. The building of the hotel is beautiful and the service and staff were fabulous. Our breakfast was fantastic and cooked to our liking. The hotel was warm and welcoming, from the lovely receptionist who gave us lots of helpful information including the local bus service to get to the centre of York without driving to the restaurant and bar staff, who were always friendly and attentive without being intrusive.

The food was delicious in particular the battered fish and trifle. The rooms were spacious and the bed extremely comfortable. Stayed here with friends on a dinner bed and breakfast basis. The breakfast was fine however was very disappointed with dinner. The kitchen clearly hadn't catered enough and some of the starters and deserts had run out giving limited choice.

I ended up with cheese and biscuits which I didn't really want only to discover there wasn't even cheddar on there. All strong French cheese, noting English. Not everyone likes blue cheese and granted this was removed but not everyone likes strong smelling cheese either. I ended up leaving it. We have stayed here with friends for the last 3 years on the New Year package.

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