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Very tired and tatty. Whole hotel needs a revamp. Bathroom had been recently done up but nothing else. Breakfast was very greasy and a bit tasteless. Disappointing.
On the plus side, it was a good location right on the seafront.
Just spent the bank holiday weekend at the Smiths Court Hotel for a family reunion, all 33 of us. Great breakfast each day and a lovely evening meal together on Saturday evening. A nice walk to the town along the sea front. All thoroughly enjoyed...More
Response from Abbie B, Owner at Smiths Court HotelResponded 1 week ago
So pleased you enjoyed it - and the weather played its part too!
Friendly Hotel in a bit of a run down part of Margate the decor was a bit tired but comfortable, Dinners were on the whole good, starters, main meat and sweets were very good, but choice of vegtables was poor. The staff were great very...More
Hotel was good overall; unfortunately the restaurant was only available for breakfast (due to a function taking place). We were not told in advance so when we arrived we had to go back out to get something to eat. The breakfast was good and the...More
The only thing I expect from a hotel, regardless of price, is cleanliness.
Pubic hair stuck to bin and wall tiles.
Long hair caught around screw cover to mirror.
Soap/toothpaste, covering corner of mirror, behind soap dish.
Water in shower was either boiling or freezing...More
Response from Dozeydustman | Reviewed this property |
There are very few hotels in the whole country that allow smoking in rooms now. Some rooms facing the seafront have French doors instead of windows but no balcony to speak of, so if you did open it for a smoke, the smell... More
There are very few hotels in the whole country that allow smoking in rooms now. Some rooms facing the seafront have French doors instead of windows but no balcony to speak of, so if you did open it for a smoke, the smell would go back in the room and you'd end up with a cleaning charge.