Campanile Hotel Wakefield3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Admittedly a budget hotel but appalling, dirty filthy carpet, stunk of wet dogs, mould all over the ceilings and bathroom, rusty and limescale covered shower. 1 star only as the staff were friendly enough. First and very last time!
on arrival hen/stag parties rowdy, room smelly, no television, no kettle working, or hair drier, due to major power fault in our room , reported but told no more rooms available.paper cups on a dirty tray. food abysmal both evening and breakfast, came with a coach party and this hotel could not cater for this amount of people.
Fawlty Towers has nothing on this. Not even worth one star. Totally disorganised when we arrived. Seedy and run down. Long long wait for food which was of a poor quality when it finally arrived. Rooms, very small, dirty, broken mirror and large hole in dirty carpet. Don't stay here!!!
i was on a coach trip with Omega how could they put any one in a place like this,did not think these sort of hotels were still about i was a single woman on the third floor could not have a window open had to put chair against my door.Rooms are in a block and main building was closed at night full of hen and stag dos. Rooms dirty did not unpack dirty every where could not eat food STAY AWAY also room smelt of smoke
This really was a dump. After seeing Jamie Raven and enjoying a nice meal in town we arrived back at our 'Room'... and we could hear everyone else... and hear a lot more. Babies were made this night for definite. My partner normally does not surface till atleast post 10am.. On this occasion we were packed, in the car and gone by 8:30am. If it wasn't for us consuming alcohol we would have left at 1am... so 7 hrs 30 minutes too long.
Stayed for two nights in a twin room with my granddaughter room small but adequate tea coffee kettle and hairdryer in room beds comfortable downside no pillow protectors no mattress protector. The accommodation is in a separate block we were on the first floor the outside communal staircase was very dirty with leaves bits of food peanuts had been dropped then stood on looked like hadn't been swept for a long time. A good tidy up would make a big difference
We were late arrival, as arranged, arriving about 10.50pm. The room was in a block. Walking in bare feet on carpet, our feet became very dirty, The room smelt bad all night. One towel had dirty patch on it. Net curtains had holes in it, sheets although looking clean had worn areas and dirty stain patches. Spare pillows were inside scruffy plastic bags with hole sin it.Did not sleep in them, only slept on top of duvet. In desk unit had dirty socks left there, Bath had dirt around the rim and dirty shower appliance. Had to go to recepetion to complain, could not be moved,as fully booked. we had people, staying in next room, below and above, all male and clearly had to much to drink. Our night consisted of two of the men banging on our door and window asking if we had drink. I told them to go away,not bother us as we had to get up at 5.30am for work. I went to reception, as the phone in room didnt work properly, but as it was closed had to use my mobile phone, security man came out, I explained our concerns, but not a lot he could do. Tried to get to sleep at 1am, but noisy guests mad that difficult, In the end we showerd and got ready at 4.30am and left. On way out met the security man, explained what happened, his answer was, that this Camponile was just like that? There were at least 7 men, laughing, singing at tops of there voices and smoking, just outside our door and window. We had to work all day and travel back home, very tired and certainly not rested. Certainly would not want to saty there again..ever
Booked this despite my reservations following an earlier stay which was disrupted by an incredibly noisy stag-party. Sure enough, in the early evening the "lads" on the floor above, began their pre- pub crawl preparations with yelling and shouting. This time I had brought ear-plugs and after my 7 hour drive I was tired enough to sleep through without any further disturbance. The following night however, I was woken up by their noisy, 3:00 a.m. return. The room was clean enough, but the carpet should have been taken out and burned a long time ago. Thanks to the best efforts of many smokers I had to go out and buy an aerosol air freshener (Neutradol - it does work by the way). The good things: the price (£75.00) for 2 nights, the Falafel burger which was quite tasty, and Tracy who was helpful and attentive and seemed to be always on duty. I am afraid that because of the disturbed nights I won't be booking the Campanile again.
This hotel is disguising expected budget not dirty. Hair stuck to the headboard, bathroom dirty smelt of urine, carpet filthy mirror cracked right across very noise think Friday night is party night. Walked into bar one evening everyone stopped talking and looked at me No phone in room did not feel at all safe in fact took all our electrical goods with us every day. Mould in bathroom in fact never again going to right to head office cannot believe they have past hygiene tests.
Stayed here as we wanted an affordable room close to Yorkshire Sculpture park. I expected for the price something similar to a Travel Lodge - I was very wrong! The hotel is on a dodgy industrial estate with no lighting, the exterior looks like something from a horror film, peeling paint and broken lights. The room was disgusting, a wet brown stain on the carpet, splattered brown marks on the wall and blood stains on the bed. Dangerous exposed wiring and it smelt of smoke. The room upstairs seemed to be hosting some sort of drug fuelled party- screaming and banging on the walls and floors. We didn't feel safe. When we complained to the lady of duty she said there was nothing she could do. At midnight- we left and drove back to London. Absolutely shocking!
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
- WiFi in rooms and public areas (fees apply)
- Laundry facilities
Campanile Hotel Wakefield places you within 2 miles (3 km) of Hepworth Wakefield and Wakefield Theatre Royal. This 75-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free self parking. It's also close to Wakefield Cathedral and Wakefield Museum.
In addition to a meal at the onsite restaurant, you can also enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Full breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 9:30 AM.
Guests can expect to find WiFi.
Campanile Hotel Wakefield features WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and a terrace. There's free parking if you drive. Front-desk staff can assist with dry cleaning/laundry and luggage storage. Additional amenities include laundry facilities and a garden.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
37% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 267 reviews