Park Inn by Radisson York North Street Online Booking

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A good number of large rooms, inexpensive, clean, professional staff right in the centre of the city. Everything you could want from a modern hotel and in a superb position for a day or night out with a mate. or 2 mates, or 20 of them!

This large city centre hotel has been a closely guarded secret for some time now. If you want somewhere quiet right in the centre of town this is the right place, For the younger element Yorks nightlife is all around you. We are surrounded by fabulous restaurants, cafes, clubs and public houses. Yet we are tucked away down a quiet street so you will still get a great nights sleep here.

We are a modern hotel with views over the river and from top floors, York Minster itself. In the perfect location for a trip to visit the medieval Shambles or the famous viking exhibitions and excavations in the city. Our in house restaurant called, the waterside, is perfect for relaxing after a hard days exploring. Its varied menu means you should be able to find something you like. Riverside views are available from many of the tables. No matter why you visit our lovely medieval city we are sure you will not be disappointed when you choose to stay with us.

A great location by the river right in the city centre. This is in the ideal location for a young couple or even a large group to stay as we have lots of rooms.

How well positioned are we? You decide. We are 7 minutes walk from the train station. 9 Minutes the other way (Northeast) will get you to the Shambles. 10 minutes (about 0.5 of a mile) North is York Minster. So, thats pretty central then.

To find us from the train station walk out of the front and turn left onto Station Road. Walk strait along here passing the Memorial Gardens on your left to go under a large gap in the city walls. Cross strait over the junction here at the lights. Go left and downward, not across the bridge, but down along Tanner Moat, keeping Lendal Bridge on your left.

At the end of this little road turn right. Don't go under the bridge. Walk strait up here following the pedestrian signs for South Bank and Bishopthorpe. Walk along what is Wellington Street and you will see the River Ouse appear on your left. Continue along what will turn into North Street and you will see the large building on your left that is us. Welcome!

Standard Room with River View

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Family Room (2 Adults + 1 Child)

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Economy Single Room

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Superior Room

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Standard Guest Room

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Checking In available from 15:00 hours. Payment is accepted by: American ExpressMaster CardVisaMaestro Cancellation Policy

Reviews from customers who have stayed with us

This Guests Rating Bar for 4.71 

Rating of 4.71 out of 5  Unique ID (1414128)

Guests Name: Tracey  was travelling as Young couple

Good stuff: Breakfast choice was excellent. Staff were excellent.

Bad stuff: We got stuck in the lift with the first hour of arrival on the first day, but it was quickly sorted by staff

Overall: I do not believe that you should pay for your parking in a hotel car park, and was disappointed that the parking added an additional 20 to our stay!


This Guests Rating Bar for 4.43 

Rating of 4.43 out of 5  Unique ID (108294458)

Guests Name: Nancy  was travelling as Group of adult friends


This Guests Rating Bar for 3.43 

Rating of 3.43 out of 5  Unique ID (108934335)

Guests Name: William  was travelling as Mature couple

Good stuff: Helpful staff who were happy to provide the extra pillows, shampoo and body wash that we requested. Breakfast was excellent and the restaurant staff were helpful and cheerful ? an excellent start to the day!! The hotel is a little dated now but it is still an excellent place to have as a base for an exploration of York.

Bad stuff: The only "bad point" was very much in contrast to our other experiences of the hotel. Our room (317) was adjacent to the service lift area for the 3rd floor and this appears to have been the ?dumping ground? for room service trays. We stayed for 6 nights and the refuse in the service lift area gradually grew over those days. On occasions trays were removed but others replaced them very quickly. This meant that glasses, bottles, crockery and, even worse, food scraps accumulated in the area. The maids who serviced the rooms must have seen this every day as their ?trolleys? had to pass through the area from the lift and yet no action was taken to remove it. We flagged up the situation to reception the day before we were due to leave but the following morning there was no change. We have photos of the area. These photos show the area in a relatively good light in that the trays have been pushed back against the walls, before this happened the trays were spread across the floor and would have caused a hazard had an evacuation of the 3rd floor been necessary.

Overall: The "service area" situation did detract but it was the only aspect of the stay that was negative.


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