We stayed two nights at the hotel. The staff is very friendly and the food is decent. ... See full review
Honeymooners on Holiday
Jun 2, 2010
In need of some TLC and Refurbishing
We stayed at the Holiday Inn Leeds Pastures, Tong Village because it is close to our families. The... See full review
Philly City Dweller
Dec 29, 2010
Enjoy a warm welcome at the charming Holiday Inn Leeds-Bradford hotel, set in beautiful countryside less than 5 minutes from the M62. The friendly country house atmosphere of Holiday Inn Leeds-Bradford keeps our guests coming back. We're set in the quaint village of Tong in an ivy-clad former vicarage bordered with pretty gardens where you can hold your meeting or event on sunny days. There's ample complimentary parking on site and you can drive to Bradford city centre in just 15 minutes. Take advantage of our location just 3 miles from Gumption Business Park , with nearby motorway links to Manchester and London. Holiday Inn Leeds-Bradford's 8 naturally lit meeting rooms can host up to 220 guests. You can surf the web with wireless Internet in our homely public areas. Enjoy a workout in our MiniGym before discovering West Yorkshire. Hunt for bargains in the boutiques and shopping centres of Leeds and admire the brooding scenery that inspired many novels in nearby Brontë Country . You can hold your function or wedding day in our banquet room, decked out with ornate chandeliers. A generous English and Continental buffet breakfast is served daily at the hotel. Try our multi-national menu in the Courtyard Restaurant and relax with a glass of wine by the open fire in the lounge.
Leeds Bradford internatinal Airport, (LBA), 11.90, MI, NE; Manchester International Airport, (MAN), 51.40, MI, SW;
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We stayed at the Holiday Inn Leeds Pastures, Tong Village because it is close to our families. The hotel was the former Marriott Courtyard but was apparently purchased from Marriott or Marriott dropped it. I do not know what transpired. What I
can tell you is that it is not the former 4-star Marriott. The hotel's appearance is clean but worn. There are places along the landings with series frayed carpets and soiled walls. The room was clean but the bathroom had been refurbished by a blind plumber who managed to install the toilet too close to the built in handle of the water closet making it impossible to raise the seat without it falling down and providing a guillotinesque experience. The sink faucet was also set too far back on the sink that made the sink top flood whenever you turned on the water. I am all for assisting the handicapped but find a qualified plumbing contractor for God's sake.
We made a feeble attempt to dine in the restaurant for breakfast one morning but were informed that there was no cooked food available "yet", which loosely translates to "its Christmas time and the cook bailed on us". For £13.95 for a buffet breakfast, I felt less than enthusiastic about eating there without something hot.
The staff is adequate at best. There was clearly someone smoking in one of the rooms or a staff member that drew smoke into our no-smoking room so we could not stand the stench. I still marvel at the fact that the English smoke with a National Health Service still stuck in the 1950's. All we received was an apology and nothing else except a promise to find out who was smoking. It is a shame Sherlock Holmes is based in London and not Leeds.
We stayed two nights at the hotel. The staff is very friendly and the food is decent. Unfortunately the other guests were noisy at all hours of the night some but not all of which was due to the pub located under half of the rooms. The internet
access was shockingly expensive and the availablity of television options was lacking. The rooms were clean and neat but would have been more comfortable with air conditioning at the time of our stay.