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Hilton Rose Hall - noisy rooms

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Hilton Rose Hall - noisy rooms

are all the basic rooms noisy????

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1. Re: Hilton Rose Hall - noisy rooms

It depends on your "neighbors". The walls are very thin, and you can really hear alot from the rooms next door, especially if you have a connecting room.

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"are all the basic rooms noisy????"

No, the rooms themselves are not noisy- but sometimes people nearby are

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3. Re: Hilton Rose Hall - noisy rooms

IMO, not at all...

We booked a basic room, don't know if we got an upgrade or not, but we were on the first floor on the waterpark side. Granted, we were next to the F&B office, so we only had a room on one side, but we literally never heard anything from the room next door all week...once or twice we heard some loud guests going by in the hallway, but that was it. Never heard anything from overhead either.

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Just posted about this. The walls are thin but if your turn your air off auto and on medium or high it drowns out most sounds from next door. The rooms facing the water park are quiter at night in my opinion. We started with a room facing the rectangular pool and it was also over the night club. It was horrible. We moved.

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We have just returned,I paid extra for a mountain view room and we had a room which overlooked waterpark,we had no problems with noise.We also met people who overlooked resort and they said their rooms were quiet too.I think it mainly depends on your neighbours.

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6. Re: Hilton Rose Hall - noisy rooms

Just came back from here. At least three rooms on our corridor were occupied by teenagers whose parents were staying elsewhere in the Hotel. Very noisy in middle of the night with running up and down the landing, slamming doors,and heaven knows what else! Definitely depends on the neighbours. Even noisier when the parents turn out of the night club at 2am and decide for the first time in their lives that they will attempt some rum fuelled discipline, more banging of doors and shouting at the top of their voice about how the kids are selfish? And shouting and knocking down doors at 2am isn't?

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