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So me and my partner visited here whilst we were in hull this weekend. The shopping centre is ok for a quick visit if you need something specific from its limited array of shops. But the worst part is the lack of places to eat....More
I really like the shopping centre, I thought it was larger than it actually is but there is a good variety of shops.
The amusements on the bottom floor is a good place to visit.
I feel improvements would be some maps around? As we...More
We took our daughter to visit Santa here today VERY DISAPPOINTING.
When we arrived there was a massive queue luckily we had pre booked online a few weeks prior so we were at the front of the pre booked queue.
We had to stand there...More
Really lovely experience, very magical. My little girl absolutely loved it. While waiting for Santa my little girl wanted to nurse, and the elf there with us made me feel very comfortable whilst being there and speaking to me about her experience with bf. We...More
Eaten in here previously but popped in and had latte and carrot cake but whilst latte was lovely the cake was awful,tasteless and dried out,lovely little place to rest your feet just dont try carrot cake!
Normally have a lot better service than we did this last time, but it was ok. Food came out hot and it was nice. Just needs to be cleaned more often when people leave. Tables where full of plates not taken away, which lets it...More
Lovely shopping centre, feels welcoming, enough shops to look round, the Coffee Delight café is worth a visit for the food, view and the fab staff, there is also parking available here and you are in the heart of the old town.
We used the Princes quay shopping centre car park whilst staying at a nearby hotel. This is exceptionally good value compared to other cities we have stayed in. Operating a ticketless system, you enter your car registration number into the machine when you are leaving...More
When visiting Hull City Centre we always park in Princes Quay car park which we find good value for parking in a spacious car park.
A few years ago this shopping centre was a ghost town with empty units and shutters everywhere, used mainly as...More