Dirty reviews and critically acclaimed guest reviews have led Britannia Hotels to be named the worst hotel chain in Britain for the eighth year in a row.

Described by one guest as a “filthy hut” and another as “the dirtiest hotel room I’ve ever stayed in”, Britannia backs the table in which? Rankings of the best and worst large hotel chains in the UK.

The consumer group said Britannia, which has 62 hotels across the country, scored 37% of customers, with no cleaning of concern. One of the most grueling reviews, she said, was so bad that it was “not printable”.

When is any? They visited the Grand Burstin Hotel in Britannia in Folkestone, and researchers found stray bristles, stained towels, and poorly cleaned surfaces between stays. In a Brighton hotel chain hotel, Royal Albion, which one? Swab tests revealed traces of intestinal bacteria on the toilet seat and bathroom door handle.

In response, Britannia said: “We are fully committed to providing a safe environment for visitors. We have so far spent around £ 2 million on Covid-19 precautions, but we accept that there is more to do.

Which? I asked more than 4,000 people to rate their UK hotel experiences based on a range of criteria, including bedrooms, bathrooms, hygiene, customer service and value for money.

This Premier Inn has been chosen as the best budget chain. It ranked second on the table with 82%, and was surpassed only by luxury brand Sofitel, which provides rooms at an average of £ 148 a night, compared to £ 60 at the Premier Inn.

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Holiday Inn Express and Hampton by Hilton have also been called “Recommended Service Providers”. Warner Leisure and Hotel Du Vin have been named the top two small and medium hotel chains.

Rory Bolland, Editor of Which? Travel said: “It seems that even a global pandemic cannot force Britain to clean up its business. At best, it is bland and old, and at worst it is completely dirty – and after eight years at the bottom of our survey, our message is loud and clear: avoid these hotels.

“While the Premier Inn remains a strong favorite, this year UK hotels are clearly becoming more than just a place to be in, but a destination in their own right. With fewer of us traveling abroad this year, our survey shows that when it comes to With the vacation at home, we are happy to pay a little more for a little luxury. “