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Queen's Hotel
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Reviewed 19 July 2014

Quiet old style hotel,We had a room with a sea view,small bathroom,soap wash things shower cap,tea/coffee in the room,a fan as the room was hot.Lift to all floors.The breakfast was nice,help yourself,easy check out.would stay again.Good location for the holiday maker.Pay extra for breakfast.

Room Tip: Ask about the room if you want a sea view.
  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank perdita-12
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Reviewed 18 July 2014

This hotel deal was picked up from a booking site. We had stayed here previously so had no hesitation in taking the booking. The hotel entrance is still very grand but the bedroom was a bit small, but the bathroom was very roomy. Furniture is dated (presumably to fit in with the ambiance of the place). Room was clean. Good views of the sea. Could not fully open the bedroom window as the leverage would not go out any further and there was heavy condensation in between the glass. The corridors were not hovered at all during our stay and looking out on to the inner courtyard you could see how bad a condition the windows were. The public loo downstairs again was very dated. A huge room but old fashion fixtures. Paid extra for buffet breakfast which was very nice. Needs a lot of money spent on it to restore some of its former glory. Staff were pleasant and helpful but as the title suggests it does seem to live on its name - not quite as grand as it would appear

  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank LJN345
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Reviewed 16 July 2014

My partner and I travel from Devon to stay at The Queens for a few days every month. We have done for a year now...and we will always continue to do so. The Queens is by far the best Hotel in Portsmouth. The view is priceless...The rooms are always clean ...The food is divine and nothing is too much trouble for the staff. Speaking of the staff... too many wonderful people to name them all... But my partner and I would like to thank in particular Clare on Reception.. and Jason in Reservations... Both staff members are a credit to The Queens.. Clare is always warm.. welcoming.. intelligent and professional... anything you may need during your stay ... Clare will do her upmost to make sure your stay is the best possible.. A wonderful person who makes your stay that little bit more special...
Jason is warm.. funny .. professional and will always do his upmost to make sure your booking is correct...and without complication. A real asset .
After a long drive... and as we both have stressful careers .. we always look forward to our breaks at The Queens.. A beautiful building.. and a Jewel in Portsmouth's Crown.
Thank You to all the staff and we look forward to visiting you for many years to come.

  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank HayleyPFC1898
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Reviewed 15 July 2014

We stayed at the Queens on the 14th July, our room is rather dated, although generally clean, one of the bedside lamps did not work,however with the en-suite, the hair dryer hose was broken and to use it I had to wrap a towel around my hand to to keep it from burning my hand whilst I kept the hose together, the top of the bath panel was very dirty where it went underneath the lip of the bath, the lever on the bath tap to direct the water flow from shower to bath was broken. I think this hotel is rather overpriced.

Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
Thank David P
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Reviewed 14 July 2014 via mobile

Booked up for afternoon tea for 22 guests. Had no idea what to expect but was not disappointed. Due to other bookings we had our own room and although it was the breakfast room it didn't detract from the beautifully presented table and we got the garden view with lots of light.
We had two waiting staff who were attentive throughout and continuously filled teapots and prosecco glasses. The food was superb, presented beautifully and there was even a gluten free plate prepared for a guest who required it (with a few days notice of course).
I'd thoroughly recommend it and would definitely go again.

Stayed: July 2014, travelled with friends
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