We stayed at this hotel for an academic conference. It was fine, but the rooms are very hot in summer and have poor air circulation. The shower facilities are not great, as it has a wet room with no ventilation. The bed was not very comfortable and I could feel the springs in the mattress. One slightly odd feature is that the lights in the front foyer seemed to be automatic, but they didn't turn on in the evening so we had to go up the stairs in the dark. But, overall it was clean and fairly comfortable. As this is student accommodation, I would recommend it if you are attending a conference, but would suggest you look elsewhere if you are on holiday and want to relax.
Traveller from Oxford
Situated in the entertainment district, this hotel is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from University of Kent and within 3 mi (5 km) of …More
This is student accommodation: well appointed, a vast improvement on my own student days The room is very good value for money. Organisation is a bit haphazard and parking on site would be really helpful.
July booking but heating ON! Comfortable bed and pillows but as a small double bed it's too small for a couple.
Breakfast poor with one person taking orders and preparing your breakfast then served to table.
Conveniently located just on the outskirts of the city walls.
Traveller from Oxford UK
Situated in Canterbury, this hostel is within a 10-minute walk of The Canterbury Tales and Canterbury Cathedral. St. Martin's …More
Stayed here while visiting Whitstable and Margate. Was easy to access and parking was available. Room was lovely and big and very clean. Food in the restaurant was good but I feel a little over priced but with a good selection of wine.
Situated in the historical district, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of St. Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury Cathedral …More
The staff were very warm and accomodating. Ready for a chat more then happy to help however they could. Really old place but considering this and the squeaky floors.... It was very nice. Would highly recommend if u want to stay somewhere with character and charm. It is above a pub/bar but was very quiet.
Situated in the historical district, this historic inn is within 6 mi (10 km) of Kent Battle of Britain Museum, Brockhill …More
This ancient city lies on the River Stour, where visitors can enjoy a tranquil riverboat tour of the town which is home to a host of World Heritage Sites. Having survived the bombings of WWII, the magnificent cathedral has a spectacular history and offers audio and guided tours for visitors wanting to learn more about the area's fascinating past.