The Campanile Bradford hotel is a cheap place to stay in an industrial area around 5.5km (3½ miles) south of Bradford city centre near junction two of the M606 motorway.
The 130 compact hotel rooms are basic and include a television and tea and coffee making facilities plus en-suite bathrooms. Beds are comfortable enough but there is only one pillow on the bed. Several of the rooms are wheelchair-accessible.
Wi-Fi wireless internet access is available but it comes at an additional charge.
There is also an on-site restaurant, which doesn’t look that special, although reports from other guests say that the food is much better than you would expect. Perhaps that is a sign of the hotel’s French management that put a priority on quality food even in a budget hotel. The hotel restaurant accounts for a large portion of Campanile’s business and in France, where 85% of Campanile hotels are located, 60% of customers do not sleep at the hotel and go there just for the food.
It is a cheap place to stay that is more or less identical to other hotels in the Campanile chain. The decor is spartan and it certainly isn’t anything special, but it does the job if you’re driving and need a cheap place to stay on the outskirts of Bradford.
It is located in an industrial area around 5.5km (3½ miles) south of Bradford city centre and there is not much of interest in the immediate neighbourhood. It is an area that is poorly served by public transport; however, secure parking is available and it has easy access to junction two of the M606 motorway, which means that this may be a convenient accommodation option if you’re driving.