Citylodge is located at 33 Milford St, Salisbury SP1 2AP, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Citylodge and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Marina D.

4 Google Rating

The hotel was clean and staff very friendly and professional. However the facilities were basic and

4/ 5

The hotel was clean and staff very friendly and professional. However the facilities were basic and we could hear everything from the room above us. It was ok as only needed for a night's stay and I would recommend it for this.

Yvette Sterbenk

3 Google Rating

It was fine for one night and hotel staff was super friendly. However, one of the rooms we booked wa

3/ 5

It was fine for one night and hotel staff was super friendly. However, one of the rooms we booked was moldy smelling and beds weren’t great. I’d explore elsewhere to see if you can get a better value for similar price.

Sid Hawes

4 Google Rating

Stayed for 2 nights and couldnt fault it.yes the room was small but everything was there and if you

4/ 5

Stayed for 2 nights and couldnt fault it.yes the room was small but everything was there and if you needed anything the staff were really helpful.great for a short stay.

Kelvin Manuel Lu

5 Google Rating

Place is great. It has everything you need. It is a 14 minute walk from the train station. I woul

5/ 5

Place is great. It has everything you need. It is a 14 minute walk from the train station. I would definitely stay here again if I were to visit Salisbury soon.

James McFadyen

4 Google Rating

Clean,bwelkboriced and well located

4/ 5

Clean,bwelkboriced and well located

chun lee

1 Google Rating

Absolutely shocking service.

1/ 5

Absolutely shocking service.

Kelvin Lu

5 Google Rating

Place is great. It has everything you need. It is a 14 minute walk from the train station. I would

5/ 5

Place is great. It has everything you need. It is a 14 minute walk from the train station. I would definitely stay here again if I were to visit Salisbury soon.

donna turner

3 Google Rating

Soon as myself and partner arrived friendly service however we had an accident with the glass top o

3/ 5

Soon as myself and partner arrived friendly service however we had an accident with the glass top on table/unit. As wasn't secured on or rounded off and the glass tap the wall and shattered. We were told to get out and get no refund. However I did have my say and after a hour back and forth they let us stay and changed the rooms. Later on that night another glass top was smashed by a different couple who were elderly. I wouldn't stay again for the reasons we were treated.

Jamie Stuart

5 Google Rating

Really good place to stay over in Sailbury for the price. All the amenities you need. Although room

5/ 5

Really good place to stay over in Sailbury for the price. All the amenities you need. Although room space and shower pressure a slight issue.

Yvette Sterbenk

3 Google Rating

It was fine for one night and hotel staff was super friendly. However, one of the rooms we booked wa

3/ 5

It was fine for one night and hotel staff was super friendly. However, one of the rooms we booked was moldy smelling and beds weren’t great. I’d explore elsewhere to see if you can get a better value for similar price.

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