We stayed in a Munro room in the newest part of the hotel in early July for one night as a stop off point on the way to the Highlands.
Both check-in and check-out were fine and the reception staff were very friendly.
The corridors of the Munro wing smell of musty swimming pool (as the pool is in the same block) which is a shame.
The Munro room was large and comfortable with a king sized bed, a seating area and a good flat screen TV.
The open plan bathroom behind the bed is a rather strange, and would work better as a proper room. The shower is a little annoying because it only has a few temperature settings which were either too hot or too cold for us.
The view from the balcony over the Loch is lovely, but the plastic balcony furniture is cheap and tacky.
We'd booked dinner, bed and breakfast at around £200 for one night. The dinner in the hotel was good with local produce and a fair choice of dishes. The restaurant/bar space is attractive with stunning Loch views, although the service was a little slow and the over-sized wooden menus are very silly.
There is a limit on how much you can spend on the inclusive rate which we only found out about when the hotel tried to charge us extra on checking out. I refused to pay this extra food charge because it was the first we'd heard of any limit. We'd even asked in the restaurant before ordering and had been told "It's 3 courses of your choice excluding drinks." Saying that, it was removed from the bill without much fuss.
Breakfast was ok - the items you can order are the best part if the slightly slow staff manage to get the order right! (They put our two orders on one plate). I always find it odd when the only bread available is toast - a selection of cold meats, cheese, and fresh rolls/bread would be a nice addition.
The village of Luss is gorgeous, especially the little church, as is the shore line walk of the Loch - just a shame that the odd litter lout drops their empty plastic bottles and crisp packets even here...
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- The 4-star Lodge on Loch Lomond Hotel stands on a quiet sandy cove amid some of Scotland's most stunning scenery. With panoramic views of the Loch and mountains it offers a warm, relaxing atmosphere, delicious modern cuisine from the award winning 2 AA rosette restaurant Colquhoun's, stunning accommodation, including rooms with en-suite saunas and loch view private balconies, and a luxury health suite with sauna, steam room jacuzzi and swimming pool. Perfectly located to explore Scotland, from cities to Highlands ... more less
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