I have just had a weekend at the Risboro and to be honest I was really worried after reading the reviews.
Well what can I say??
Okay the hotel does need updating but to be honest I have stayed at several places in llandudno and they are all on the same theme, it is work in progress and I am sure it will be fab once complete.
Meals, they where fine and I feel it is a good idea to state what you want for dinner as you could be eating the same food for lunch and tea.
Staff, the staff are an asset to this hotel, lots of smiles and willing to listen to you, which is a POSITIVE, thanks to them, especially the lady who served us our meals this weekend table 19, we didnt get her name but she was lovely :-)
Pool area, my son enjoyed his swim, okay the decor is not perfect but the pool was clean and as stated it was nice and warm, he loved it thanks.
Room, we stayed in room 80 and it was clean and tidy, the only downfall was that it was at the back of the hotel and the kitchen area was below so when the kitchen was in use the fans where really loud, but as it was not to late when they stopped it was fine.
Evening entertainment, I did not go and see any entertainment as I was with my 14 year old son and was unsure if he would be allowed into the room, but to be honest what I heard from the lounge, it sounded lots of fun.
Would we visit again??? Off course we would, the hotel is in a fab location and the staff are amazing.
Cost, I feel that you are doing yourselves an injustice, I paid £140 for 2 nights for 2 people for, bed, breakfast and a 3 course evening meal. I have paid £130 for just bed and breakfast for the 2 nights and the staff and breakfast was awful and it was a hike to the beach.
Comment from my 14 year old son - he loved your animals and asked when do you think the eggs will hatch in the incubator????
Good luck with your renovations, your hotel is beautiful. We will visit again :-)
- 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