The Butlers Hotel - Leeds (West Yorkshire)53.8179900027306, -1.57953277230263
The Butlers Hotel is a 3-star pleasant property offering a nightclub, a swimming pool and a library. Dry cleaning, room service and ironing service as well as parking, a luggage storage and a lift are on hand.
A prime location gives quick access to Institute for Transport Studies, which is 1.8 km away. Set within a 30-minute walking distance from Leeds city center.
Leeds/bradford airport is situated within a 15-minute drive from The Butlers Hotel.
The property has comfortable rooms featuring individual climate control, television with satellite channels, coffee/tea makers, an iron with ironing board and a DVD player. Guests will also love a shower, a hairdryer and towels bathrooms equipped with a shower, a hairdryer and towels.
Eat & Drink
Arc and Mint Cafe serve American and Lebanese dishes and lie a 5-minute walk from The Butlers Hotel.
The Butlers Hotel offers a meeting room and a photocopier to satisfy the needs of business guests.
Wireless internet is available in the hotel rooms for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 15.
Free Wi-Fi in rooms
On-site car park
Bar/ Lounge area
Sports & Fitness
- Billiard tables
- Room service
- Snack bar
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Packed lunches
- Business services
- Game room
Spa & Leisure
- Swimming pool
- Night club
- Leisure/ TV room
- Garden view
- Free Wi-Fi in rooms
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
Sleeping arrangements for 3 persons
- City landmarks
The staff were extremely helpful and accommodating.
The decor was very tired, as was the bathroom suite. There was an ant problem within the room.
Very kind staff. Bed room had small but comfortable beds, plenty of coffee, tea and hot chocolate making facility with biscuits and sweets, and personally the hotel was in walking distance to my son's student house. I've requested a twin bed room when I booked on line but given a double room. When I found it out, the staff were very kind and helpful, they quickly arranged another right room for us.
Water pressure was so low for shower, but temperature stayed hot. Window was very old, could not be closed properly, or maybe I could not work out how it should work, so left it slightly open, but had very good thick curtain, so no draught was coming in.
The chef was brilliant. He cooked us up a special vegetarian breakfast, and came to my gig at the Brudenell Social Club.
We weren't given a room at the hotel we booked, rather the adjacent one - so we didn't get an en suite, didn't get a themed room, didn't get anything that resembled the picture and in fact got a shoebox with damp. Funnily enough it was alright, and they didn't actually need to lie; I would've stayed there anyway.
The water outflow from the shower set is so small that to have a shower is really time-consuming.
The location next to headingley and close to the university is excellent. It has been used by many famous cricketers playing test matches over the decades and their signed photos are on the walls. It's cricket anoraks dream!
A draught through the window when I was working on my laptop gave me a cold.
Staff-guests relationship was at its excellence...
Room rates are expensive,and do not reflect the rooms themselves.The hotel was air tight and needes some redecoration.I Noticed my room was not cleaned or fresh towels provided on my second day of stay.
The guy serving breakfast was very pleasant. Cafetiere and ground coffee in bedroom
Dated, gloomy, worn decor. Tiny room, meant to have room for cot, can't imagine where! Unwelcoming, manager, on second night didn't even bother to say hello. No offer of help with bags despite steep narrow stairs Woken at 5am by other guests having a party on the landing. Breakfast v. poor selection and everyone helping themselves from a catering pack of margarine that had been left somewhere warm at some time and had 'separated' yuk! Instant coffee in an open bowl and used teaspoons scattered around
staff very freindly,and helpfull
room small,illuminated poorly,bed & pillows old & uncomfortable, kitchen staff should wear approprite clothing
It was easily and conveniently located and had ample off road parking. Near to town centre (on a main road) and Headingly Carnegie Sports Ground (good for sports fans). It was cheap.
The large numbers of drunken stag-do participants, the late night arrests, the slamming and banging on of doors until 4-30am. Shared bathroom. No cupboard for hanging clothes. No iron or ironing board. Paper thin walls. The gentleman who served me breakfast spoke little or no english and consequently it made ordering food very difficult. The dining room in which the evening meal was served was dusty, dark and dated in decor.
The best thing about the hotel was that is was very local to where my daughter is living in Leeds as we were spending the weekend with her.
The hotel bar had no tables and chairs, there was pool table but this was being used by long term residents and the bar was £4.50 for two cans of larger which I thought was very expensive compared to local pubs etc. When we went to breakfast they wanted to charge us even though on our booking breakfast was included, we refused to pay. Overall the stay was not good and we will not be staying at that hotel again. The hotel is on a main road which has lots of traffic and drunken students in the early hours, if you want a quite hotel don't stop here.
Sited immediately behind the Headingly Cricket Ground (No one's invented ice cricket yet though). for our trip in Dec. Room OK well laid out, bathrroom a bit chilly. Only stayed 1 night, plenty of free parking. Didn't have their breakfast. We would return on future occassions.
We got some sleep after people in the bar stopped stomping around overhead.
We were booked into a double room in the hotel but ended up next door in a basement room that did not look look the photos on the website. We could easily hear other guests through the walls and the room was positioned below the bar so there was a lot of noise of people walking around, talking and the television. We were very unimpressed but were too tired to complain. Also we only realized afterward that our "upgrade" to an ensuite room was nothing of the sort. It was more of a downgrade to a basement room with a tiny, mould-covered shower. Overall, we were unimpressed and would pay more to go elsewhere. Luckily we were only staying for one night
Fantastic value for money. Especially with a groupon voucher. Hotel a bit tired, with an interesting decor. I liked the hotel's character. Staff young and friendly. Good Breakfast I would stay again
Not enough hot water in the Bronte room.
I have stayed there before and find it an economic friendly hotel in a good location
Friendly staff, clean comfortable room and good value for money.
Car park a bit limited.