Best Western York Pavilion Hotel is located at 45 Main St, Fulford, York YO10 4PJ, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Best Western York Pavilion Hotel and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Alison Keen

5 Google Rating

Really nice hotel, clean and friendly. Easy to find and in a nice location. The room was warm and c

5/ 5

Really nice hotel, clean and friendly. Easy to find and in a nice location. The room was warm and cosy. Bed was comfy and tea tray in the room was much welcomed. The breakfast choice was superb, buffet style, choice of breads for toast then a good choice of cooked breakfast.

Natalie Chapman

5 Google Rating

We went for a meal as we are booked to stay for 2 day in May and it was above our expectations. Such

5/ 5

We went for a meal as we are booked to stay for 2 day in May and it was above our expectations. Such a wonderful atmosphere love the vintage vibe and music. Staff were all incredibly attentive and food was excellent and well priced. On top of all that I got a free glass of mulled wine. Thank you hotel Pavilion can't wait for our say in May.

Karen Banks

5 Google Rating

Great hotel, lovely staff and food. This was a last minute booking - myself, husband and daughter n

5/ 5

Great hotel, lovely staff and food. This was a last minute booking - myself, husband and daughter needed a break and were looking for a hotel which was near to the city centre, with parking and option of breakfast. The Pavilion hotel met this brief, it provides free parking (they state this is on a first come first served basis but there seemed to be plenty of spaces), free WiFi, we had breakfast included and it is just a short bus ride into the city. The lady who took our booking was great, very polite - and we were given a complimentary upgrade due to there being 3 of us. Although check in is from 3pm, we were advised we could park up, obtain a map from reception and then check in later - however, when we arrived, we were allowed to go to our room early as it was already ready, which was great as it meant we didn’t need to go to and from the city. Reception staff very helpful, explaining best way to get into the city, on the number 7 bus which stops outside the hotel (if there are more than 2 people travelling, the £10 ticket gives to travel for the day instead of paying £4.50 each), highlighting what we might like to see and also pointing out the best shopping areas. Very helpful! The room was very spacious, comfortable and clean, with traditional decor, large wardrobes and a lovely traditional dressing table. Breakfast was great, with cold items, croissants, lots of seeds and fruit to choose from, plus toast etc as well as cooked breakfast. The cooked breakfast arrived very quickly (we had anticipated a delay due to arriving in the “red” timeframe) and was well cooked and tasty. More than happy to recommend this traditional hotel to others and we will be back there next tine we visit York.

Joel Blea

5 Google Rating

Very friendly staff. Parking included. Close to bus stop in to town (£2). Nice rooms. Delicious bre

5/ 5

Very friendly staff. Parking included. Close to bus stop in to town (£2). Nice rooms. Delicious breakfast. Strong water pressure in the shower with plenty of hot water. Each room has its own name which is a nice touch.

Simon Rowlands

5 Google Rating

What a delight. Georgian building, fantastic service and great food. We upgraded to a room with a fo

5/ 5

What a delight. Georgian building, fantastic service and great food. We upgraded to a room with a four poster bed. Wished our trip had allowed us to stay longer. One tip the No7 park and ride bus stops opposite the hotel so if you get a parking space in the hotel carpark you can easily go into the city centre.

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