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The Ashley Hotel Christchurch

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We stayed here for 1 night, was a great rate of $99. Although most of room was clean and tidy, shower had mould and a massive repair patch of glue on base of shower which did not look appealing at all. No spare blankets either, which would of been good as it was a little cooler. Ok for one night stay as close to Mall, and CBD.

The Ashley is an average hotel, the rooms are modern, clean and comfortable but there isn't anything outstanding. Some of the minor things that disappoint are the large glass doors which means the curtains must be pulled for any privacy which restricts light, plus no indoor access to the rooms which is not good when it rains. Again these are some of the minor issues. If you are looking for somewhere cheap and central without the trimmings then the Ashley is fine.

Very good location not far from town center and you can find lots of restaurant shops and places to go. The interior is good, the bed was so comfortable and location was quiet so would not bothered by the noise on the street.

We stayed here 2 nights ago, great price but I think this is there winter rate. Clean room, could have done with an extra blanket - but there was a heater and electric blanket. Great location very close to the mall and Buddha stix

What a great little hotel, got a reasonable accommodation rate the staff were amazing and very helpful my room was serviced over the 2 nights I stayed. It was warm comfy and clean. Thank you to the very helpful staff! Xx

We booked this Hotel!!!!!! because it was recommended and we thought it would be like "The Ashley Hotel" in Greymouth. Ooooooh we were wrong. It was nothing like the Ashley Hotel in Greymouth. In fact it IS NOT A HOTEL at all. It is only a Motel. The only hint a a meal available was a Continental Breakfast at $22.50 per person. We had travelled over on the West Coast Shuttle and were able to be dropped off near by (which was awesome. Thanks Cedric). When we arrived at reception, I gave our name. I had booked via a phone call and had to pay before we travelled. When I received the booking confirmation via computer, it stated our room number. This was NOT the room we were put in. We were taken to a room, behind reception on the ground floor, with no view whatsoever, as there was a big tree right in front of the Lounge/Bedroom/entrance. We were just about to open our bags and have a visit to the other room in the Unit. The receptionist came running round and said, "Our manager said we can't put you in here as it is going to have some maintenance done." We will put you in another room." We had to pick up our bags and head to our NEW room. Thankfully it was on the ground floor,because neither one of us would have been able to make the stairs. When we finally settled into our room, I turned the bed back as I needed to have a rest, as my back was painful. I was shocked when I seen the top of the "white blanket" on the bed. There is no way in hell that I was gonna sleep with that covering me at night. It was a nice white blanket, with a dirt mark right across the width of the top. It was replaced when I brought it to the staff attention.. The shower is another story. I am not a great fan of hot showers, so I was okay, BUT the other person in the unit with me, said for her it was nowhere near hot. When we were there, the weather in Christchurch was pretty good. It would have been nice to see some sort of seating outside,where people could sit and enjoy the sunshine. The only seating, was up the flight of stairs on the 2nd level (a picnic table and seats). No good for anyone on the ground floor. It was obvious from the occupancy rate while we were there, that this was not a popular place. From what we could see, there wouldn't have been anymore than 4 or 5 units occupied on any of the 3 nights we were there. I would not stay at this place again.

On arrival there was a bugger up with our rooms (asked for a twin and got a tiny studio with one double bed) but fortunately with a fair bit of coaxing the receptionist agreed to move us to another room down stairs. We were originally up the three sets of stairs - for a chronic asthmatic a lift would be an ideal other option! Our new room was alright, two beds and looked clean and tidy..... until I woke in the morning and found ANTS crawling along the skirting boards and all over the "bench". Like stated in other posts there is next to no privacy and the walls very thin, we could hear the neighbours on either side of us and those that had to walk up the stairs. I like to give people the benefit of the doubt but unfortunately I won't ever be staying here again!

Just a renovated old motel, with more work needing done yet. Rooms were very small and basic. Our travel agent had booked it, so we had no input. Would not chose to go there again after comparing with other accommodation we had in New Zealand. One bonus, was the great proximity to the railway station and to a long street of many restaurants to chose from.

The rooms themselves were pretty small and the upkeep wasn't that good. Some of the fittings in the bathroom were loose and the sills hadn't been wiped down in a while. Wifi range was good and we did stay here for three nights but that was because of the price. It was a good rate for us and if all you are looking for is a place to lay your head at night then this is good. Located near to one of the large malls and lots of eating options nearby also. We would stay here again if we were looking for a cheap nights accommodation.

This was a very short stay between resorts. It's an ok hotel but not a hotel I would choose to stay at. This was booked through Trial Finders & I am surprised they use it as it's not a reflection of NZ resorts... It's dated, in much need of upgrade but it's functional to get your head down for a night Water tepid so showering not pleasant & bath not really an option. No lifts but fortunately we are fit enough to use strairs but elderly & infirm may not be. Rooms are fairly well equipped although decor similar to a hostel. Staff incredibly helpful & friendly. Not sure if Christchurch struggle with accommodation following the Earthquakes but this hotel didn't seem full. If this is just for a short stay in the passing then it's fine. You can walk into town in 25 minutes (Again not ideal for elderly or infirm). However if you are wanting a nice base for a few days then possibly consider other options.

106 Mandeville Street Christchurch

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Riccarton House
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Bar/lounge

Located in Riccarton within a short walk of Riccarton House, The Ashley Hotel Christchurch is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Canterbury Museum. This 45-room, 3-star hotel has free in-room WiFi along with free self parking and a conference center. It's also close to Westfield Riccarton Mall and Hagley Golf Course.


Dining

At the end of the day, unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge.


Rooms

All of The Ashley Hotel Christchurch's 45 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including iPod docks, microwaves, and refrigerators. 43-inch flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Coffee makers, ironing boards, and desks are other standard amenities.


Property features

Guests of The Ashley Hotel Christchurch enjoy free WiFi in public areas, a conference center, and laundry facilities. You can put free parking to good use if you drive. Front-desk staff can help with luggage storage, and provide local restaurant recommendations. This smoke-free hotel also has a garden.

Room options

Studio, Twin Beds

Queen 1 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

47% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 187 reviews