The International Hotel is located within easy reach of Junction 25 of the M1 in the heart of middle England and lies within convenient walking distance of Derby city centre and just 150 m from the nearest shops. Haddon Hall is 20 minutes' drive it is just 25 minutes by car to the Peak District and Chatsworth House is a 30-minute drive away. Nottingham is a 30-minute drive and Birmingham International Airport is just 68 km from the hotel. Newly refurbished in 2007 this is an independent hotel focussed on offering its guests a high level of comfort and service in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Housed in a building dating back to 1930 this city hotel comprises a total of 60 rooms and welcomes both business travellers and families alike. Facilities on offer to guests include a lobby area with a 24-hour reception and check-out service a lift a café a bar a restaurant and conference facilities. Guests may also take advantage of the WLAN Internet access (charges apply) and the room and laundry services (both for an additional fee). There is parking available for those arriving by car. Guests are assured of a peaceful night's sleep. The rooms include en suite facilities with a shower/bathtub and a hairdryer as well as a direct dial telephone satellite TV and complimentary tea and coffee making facilities. Furthermore a radio Internet access an ironing set a king-size or double bed and heating units are provided in all accommodation as standard. The Thyme Restaurant offers a superb selection of continental dishes freshly prepared and sourced from local produce. Guests arriving by car should follow the signs for the A38 Burton (M1 South to ring road) to the A5111 ring road. Turn left for the A5250 and city centre.
Restaurant was excellent value for money with polite and cheerful staff
Ease of check in and out.
room was small no bath and why no towels ?
Large bath towels
Small room, noisy, tatty furniture, lightbulbs not working, no TV remote, cigarette burn in duvet, winter duvet in summer................
Parking arrangements did not have a rear entry so a walk up a steep slope was required