Cold night but no heating until we complained and were given a fan heater.
A double room, a few instant coffee sachets and one cup
A mattress with springs poking up on one side and a gap big enough to fall in on the other
One ancient thin blanket.
A TV with no way of re-tuning from a few unidentified TV stations.
A hairdryer with exposed wires (photo)
The advertised Wifi throughout? Not in our room.
Din til 2am from the disco in the club next door,
Continental breakfast included in the price? Didn't see anything of that but so keen to leave we didn't ask. No sign of an eating area
Strange pricing policy. We paid £33, some fellow sufferers paid £28.
Just don't go there. We weren't alone in our dissatisfaction
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Kingfisher Hotel has been under new management from June 2011. The picture shown is The Kingfisher Country Club, a totally separate establishment, not connected to The Kingfisher Hotel. The Kingfisher Hotel guests can use the facilities ie Bars, Restaurant and cabaret, most Saturday nights ( all at extra cost payable to The Kingfisher Country Club). The Spa and swimming pool is owned and operated by Klassics Leisure (over 18's only) again in no way connected to The Kingfisher Hotel, but guests at the discretion of the Leisure staff may use their facilities (at extra cost payable to Klassics Leisure directly). All comments placed on this website refer to the HOTEL and is no way connected with THE KINGFISHER COUNTRY CLUB or KLASSICS HEALTH AND LEISURE. ... more less
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