The DoubleTree by Hilton Harrogate Majestic Hotel & Spa, North Yorks, review | The Sun

A beautiful property, built in 1900 in the heart of the spa town of Harrogate. 

To find out more about the bedrooms and the best spots to eat nearby, read on.

Where is DoubleTree by Hilton Harrogate?

Surrounded by pretty gardens, the hotel is a five-minute walk from the town’s shops, restaurants, bars and the famous Turkish  Baths.

The train station is just over 10 minutes walk away.

What is DoubleTree by Hilton Harrogate like?

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The hotel is home to Carters Champagne Bar & Grill, Frederick’s Piano Lounge & Terrace and The Harrogate Spa with 184 modern rooms.

It ticks lots of boxes – it’s central, not badly priced and has the fab spa. 

Plus the staff treated us with a Yorkshire warmth.

What is there to do at DoubleTree by Hilton Harrogate?

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There is a wonderful spa downstairs. 

We booked a £110 half-day package and got a healthy lunch, a 50-minute ESPA massage and use of all the facilities (spa pool, Himalayan salt sauna, steam room, experience shower, ice fountain and a 12m indoor heated pool). 

It was really quiet and friendly, with all the spa goers having a natter in the relaxation areas. 

What is there to eat and drink at DoubleTree by Hilton Harrogate?

Expect sophisticated dishes like seared duck breast with gnocchi and cod loin with purple sprouting broccoli at the Carter's Champagne Bar & Grill, while the Piano Lounge is more of a pub grub vibe.

The whole of Harrogate is right on your door step though so it's worth venturing out for food if you get the chance.

During the day we went to Bettys Team Rooms and in the evening ate the best tapas I’ve ever had at La Feria. 

The highlights were the albondigas meatballs (£7) and patatas bravas (£6.50). 

What are the rooms like at DoubleTree by Hilton Harrogate?

Ours had high ceilings and large windows which let in loads of natural light. 

Areas of the room are a bit “lived in” but this is a very old building. 

There are modern touches too with a 49in TV, a Nespresso machine, dressing gown, slippers and Harrogate spring water. 

I slept like a baby in a massive bed.

Many rooms accept well-behaved dogs too.

How much is DoubleTree by Hilton Harrogate?

B&B stays start from £125 per room, per night and Spa Days are from £90pp.

Click here to book.

Is DoubleTree by Hilton Harrogate family friendly?

Yes. Kids under five can tuck into a free brekkie from the buffet too,

Is there access for guests with disabilities?

Yes, there's plenty for guests who require wheelchair access or special assistance.

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There are accessible rooms, ramps and lifts as well as large print menus and rooms with emergency pull cords.

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