6 reviews of Malmaison Hotel in English
I have visited Malmaison a few times for a drink in their bar, so I am rating the place on this and not necessarily the hotel or restaurant.
Malmaison is pretty luxurious - I dread to see how much it would cost to stay over! The lighting is soft, and so are the furnishings. It's a great place to meet for a drink after work or to hold a meeting.
The prices are at the higher end; expect to pay £3 for a pint of lager, but I suppose the atmosphere makes up. The bar itself is hidden away down some steps when you enter the building, creating a cosy area to relax with friends.
A lovely hotel in a good location - the resturant is fantastic, really good food and I was suprized as it was really good value too! The rooms are lovely but pricey, but a nice place to stay for a treat! Parking is a bit of an issue too, but if you were going to Leeds by train it would be ideal!
Malmaison is only a few minutes walk from the Headrow and Briggate area of Leeds but it does feel worlds apart. It is so pretty inside, but every single time I have been there it has been so quiet, that it has been totally devoid of any atmosphere.
The food is nice, and the staff are too, but it’s really strange having dinner somewhere so very quiet, you feel like all eyes are on you! I’m sure it gets busier round christmas and new years time but wow, it is sooo not that busy the rest of the year. Maybe it is the lack of free parking or the extortionate cost of the hotel rooms - it’s cheaper to stay in the Hilton and that’s saying something.
Basically if I could get 50 people to go there all at once we’d have a great time. But I can’t recommend that 2 people go there because I don’t think they’d have a nice time. So it’s a strange dilemma for Malmaison - maybe if they dropped their prices a little or advertised more they’d be popular.
The Mal is a fair class act. Bit better than the Radisson, bit more consistent than Quebecs. It has incredibly dark, comfortable rooms, that are mostly purple, but stylish. The pillows are awesome, I always wanted to steal one.
By Farrr, my favourite chain of Hotels. Leeds Branch was rrright in the thick of it. I should have realised when reception asked me if I wanted a large room, or a quiet room. It being a thursday night, some of the rooms face the pub across the road, but to be honest I didn’t hear any of it. These hotels are the epitome of style, and I will always return to them.
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