Stayed for a night last week with friends - rooms were nice and were well equipped.
Breakfast was a bit disappointing due to a lack of staff I would say - hotel was very busy on sunday morning yet there was only 2 members of staff on duty to attend to tables with tea/coffee and toast etc. The brown sauce which had to be asked for came in a cereal bowl and was quite congealed! The fruit which was on display did not look fresh and was coated with what looked like icing sugar!! A contintental option was sparse to say the least - thin slices of cooked ham and babybel cheeses!!
Staff are pleasant and helpful and the hotel is nicely decorated but the food is a big let down.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Since 1846, the Adair Arms Hotel has proudly stood in the centre of the popular and busy town of Ballymena. The hotel was originally built by Sir Robert Adair and was designed by Sir Charles Lanyon, who was responsible for many well known buildings in Northern Ireland, such as the prestigious Queen’s University in Belfast. Illuminating the character of yesterday and capturing the ambiance of today, the Adair Arms Hotel offers 41 luxurious bedrooms, 6 conference and banqueting suites, a coffee bar, public bar and serves an extensive grill menu all day everyday in the Adair Grill. Guests can avail of free carparking, unlimited free Wifi access and enjoy live music every Thursday, Friday and Saturday Night. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Adair Arms Hotel Ballymena, Northern Ireland