This was our first coach trip and it started when the weather was just a complete downpour. The seats on the coach were so close together our knees were rubbing on the seats in front. I am 5ft.6in and my husband 6ft.2in. I had read some of the comments regarding the Marine Hotel and was more than a little anxious. The journey there seemed to take ages because there was an excursion on the way to Llandudno and also because we could only arrive at The Marine Hotel for approx 4pm. to check in - we were the last to be picked up at Bolton Bus Station at 10.10am so it seemed forever! The room I had booked for us was a sea view/twin bed and it was a FABULOUS view, The room was really big - OK it could have done with a little modernising wallpaper etc., but the beds were very comfy. The bathroom/shower was very clean and long-the chambermaid kept us well stocked with tea/coffee etc and clean towels. I found all the staff very courtious and professional and well dressed, they represented the Hotel very well - was impressed. The food was basic but ok plenty to choose from - although the portions for the main meal was a little on the small side but nevertheless adequate. The entertainment was good although there was nothing at all on the Sunday evening. On leaving I could not find my glasses case which in conjunction with the glasses proved very expensive - I mentioned that I had lost this to the receptionist although I wasn't quite sure where I had left it. On the way home we had a different coach thank heavens which was more comfortable and yet another excursion [for a change!] to Chester this time. Surpise surprise the Hotel rang Kelly said glasses case found and would post them to me, thank you so much!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Built in the imposing Victorian style of the resort’s seafront, this handsome hotel boasts stunning views over the Irish Sea. Not only does it offer comfortable furnishings, friendly service and a swimming pool perfect for active moments, but also an ideal setting in the centre of the promenade, within easy walking distance of the town’s plentiful tourist attractions. Lazy days can be spent on the beach or pier, shopping for souvenirs, visiting the Alice in Wonderland Centre or taking a tram ride up The Great Orme, whilst numerous sporting pursuits are on offer locally. There is limited parking in the guest car park located behind the building but street parking is usually available nearby. For a break away discovering the very essence of North Wales - a region renowned for its beautiful coastline, Celtic heritage and the grandeur of Snowdonia - you could not be better placed than in Llandudno, at the Marine Hotel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Marine Hotel Llandudno
- Bay Marine Hotel Llandudno, Wales