After a successful trial stay back in February, my husband, his mum and I had a lovely week’s break at this hotel last week. Many thanks to everyone at the St George’s for looking after us so well!
We’d booked sea view rooms, one single occupancy double and an executive and, as my mum-in-law is elderly, had asked that we be put in the same corridor. Fiona in reservations kindly confirmed in advance that we’d be together on the 2nd floor but we had a lovely surprise at check in when the rooms had been upgraded to the 1st floor and both had balconies. Even better, the executive room was further upgraded to a suite. This was perfect for the 3 of us to sit and chat or relax quietly together with some books or watch a DVD when the welsh rain turned up. We did get some sunny days on which to enjoy the balconies too though!
The St George’s is well maintained and clean. The bedrooms and bathrooms were spotless and the balconies seemed to be cleaned at least every other day (or even daily?) with great care taken not to look into the rooms while doing so. The same can’t be said of the seagull that came each day and stood on the balcony table or even bedroom window sill. Hard heartedly, we didn’t feed it but I’d guess previous guests had been beguiled into it. It was quite cute in a big seabird kind of way.
We mainly ate out in the evenings but when we did dine in no fuss was made at all about our off menu order for a plain chicken breast and mashed potato for my mum-in-law who has a very restricted diet. The breakfasts were great too. I stay in an awful lot of hotels when travelling for work and the breakfast quality at the St George’s is spot on. Served to you from hot dishes, it all seemed freshly cooked. The rashers of bacon rashers were not congealed together and it was so nice to encounter ‘proper’ - and delicious - scrambled eggs (not made of that awful powered egg that everywhere else seems to use these days, including many other 4 star places). As we breakfasted quite late, towards the end of the breakfast we were asked if wanted anything further from the buffets or fresh tea / coffee / toast etc but without any hint of ‘now please go because we want to get on with clearing the tables’. You’re allowed to relax and finish your breakfast at your own pace with no pressure at the St George’s.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Experience Llandudno and all that the North Wales Coast has to offer in stylish sophistication and contemporary luxury at the AA Hotel of the Year for Wales. The Award Winning St Georges Hotel, cleverly combines traditional Victorian elegance and its stunning setting with the comfort of a luxurious 4 star Hotel. Every detail of the hotel is designed to offer a relaxed, intimate atmosphere, calm moods and a fresh, professional approach to service. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- St Georges Llandudno
- St Georges Hotel Llandudno
- St George Hotel Llandudno
- St. George's Hotel Llandudno, Wales