From the moment we arrived at the Risboro the staff were friendly, helpful and efficient. Sorting out the keys, luggage etc for a coach load of tired travellers is never easy, but it was all dealt with using a smiling face.
We were given a very large family room on the second floor, which to be fair was rather worn, but at least in was clean and comfortable. The bedding and towels were spotless.
The towels were changed even when we thought we could have used them again. The hotel is going through a series of improvement, which, if what we saw so far is anything to go by, it will be one of the best hotels in LLandudno, if not the friendliest.
The meals were all excellent, with a good selection of choices to suit most people. Breakfasts were particularly good, setting you up for the day.
The lounge bar is bright and comfortable with a well stocked bar and a very cheery Barman Carlos, who gave us some good cooking tips!
The evening entertainment kept most toes tapping, even if not actually dancing, however the last night 'Party' was a total Wow. Mark, his family and the talented Kelly were terrrific, leaving everyone wishing the night could have been longer.
The hotel is ideally situated, being in a quiet street but within 5 minuted walk of the main resort and the sea front.
This hotel is truely a family affair, but just a couple need to be singled out for praise;- Carlos, the barman for his sense of humour and patience.
Marline the resturant manager, she did a great job, keeping everyone happy and well fed.
Dina the housekeeper, (and her team)who does a terrific job keeping the whole place spic and span.
Last but not least, Mark the manager, who topped the bill on the last night, with the most terrific legs we've ever seen!
LLandudno is one of our favourite Welsh resorts and we feel sure that although this was out first time at the Risboro, it won't be our last. We left feeling like we had made lots of new friends
Richard and Julia
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Risboro is perfectly placed for exploring the beauties and historic treasures of North Wales. Anglesey, Snowdonia, and the scenic Conwy and Denbigh coasts surround the Victorian resort of Llandudno which stands on the low isthmus that joins the Limestone rock of The Great Orm to the mainland. The Gardens of Bodnant and the Castles of Conwy, Penrhyn, Canaerfon and Beaumaris are all close by as are the mountains of the Snowdonia National Park and the Great Little Trains of Wales Llandudno boasts two beaches—the North shore with its elegant crescent of hotels and Victorian pier, and the wilder west shore, famous for inspiring Lewis Carroll to write Alice in Wonderland, with its sand dunes and fabulous views towards the mountains, the Menai Straits and the medieval walled town of Conwy. The Risboro sits between the two beaches at the foot of the Orm—a stone’s throw from the tram station for the summit of the Orm and at the western end of the vibrant town centre. with its wide range of shops, cafes and restaurants. Whatever your age there is a great holiday awaiting you here. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Llandudno Hotel Risboro
- Risboro Hotel Llandudno
- The Risboro Hotel Llandudno, Wales