Friendly staff, clean and tidy room with everything in good working order, comfortable beds with lovely new linen and a view that is unbeatable.
The hotel is never going to compete with some of the modern built hotels on some levels, it has long corridors like a rabbit warren lots of levels and odd staircases betraying its legacy of different buildings having been joined together but it is what it is a good old fashioned British seaside hotel. It has been modernised and is bright with modern furnishings as much as a building like this can probably allow but it is welcoming and comfortable. The breakfast was lovely, plenty of it. I would return.More