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Halifax, West Yorkshire

Review of Halifax by J J Williams on June 20th, 2010
I work in Halifax and live in Leeds, and the contrast between the two couldn't be greater. Halifax feels like it's behind the times, provincial and old-fashioned. I rarely go into town as it's not too welcoming and although the scenery and history around this old industrial town is interesting I wouldn't want to live there!

Review of Halifax by mark on February 13th, 2008
i went to the on the rock hotel 27+28th of jan it had just opened, on arrival i was greeted by a warm friendly receptionist i was directed to a table by the waiting staff. i had a 3 course meal i had the chilled trio of melon for my starter followed by salmon and prawn fishcake finally i had the sticky toffee pudding. the food was outstandingly delicous.the overall service from start to finsh was excellent. i am returning on valentines day i will re port back my view. i would recomend u book now. it has come far from what it used to be.

Review of Halifax by alison on February 13th, 2008
i visited the rock hotel, it had just opened i stayed in room 22 which was an executive suite, it was very comfortable, the decor was to a high standard and to my amazement they provided towelling bath robes and slippers. On my stay i had the luxury of using their sauna, which was free of charge. I would recommend this hotel to anyone. The food, the staff and the atmosphere was very warm and friendly.

Review of Halifax by carlie smith on December 17th, 2007
i think the rock is a smashing place i worked theren it was very homely

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