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Park Hotel
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Reviewed 11 April 2013

Booked this to attend with family for a nice Mother's Day meal and so it was. The food was NOT over priced and was good for its money! Only £15 for a delicious three course meal including coffee. The waitresses were very nice, and very quick when serving hot roast dinner. The selection of food on offer on the menu was privileged, to those that do not have access to any food through out the year! Very enjoyable afternoon x

  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 27 March 2013

Booked this to attend with family for a nice Mothers Day meal and it was a total disappointment!
The food took ages between each course and when it did arrive it was cold and also not cooked waitresses were terrible. Also the meal selection was very poor and far to overpriced
Not a very good impression and will not give the hotel a good reputation. Wont be going back again!

  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 11 March 2013

Booked this to attend with family for a nice Mothers Day meal and it was a total disappointment!
The food took ages between each course and when it did arrive a lot were cold so when asked to replace the attitude of the younger waitresses were terrible. A family member even overheard these waitresses talking about complaints of paying customers in the toilets! Not a very good impression and will not give the hotel a good reputation. Wont be going back again!

  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank Ryan Y
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Reviewed 23 December 2012

Along with my work colleagues, we paid £25 a head to attend our work's Xmas do, this year at The Park hotel. It was a Michael Jackson Tribute night which promised to be a bit of fun. First impression was the room was tiny with about 100 people crammed in on 3 long tables. Once in your seat, there was no going anywhere! The meal was pretty grim. A small and very unimpressive turkey dinner with potatoes, carrots and sprouts.....no broccoli or cranberry sauce. Unbelievably, as we ate the staff came in between us and collected used Christmas cracker rubbish putting it into black bags! It was reminiscent of a equally grim easy jet flight.....budget in every sense.
We had to ask for water to be brought to the tables, this took some time and arrived after we finished the meal. As soon as our forks hit our plates, the eagle eyed staff pounced to collect our plates. Our desserts were brought in an equally unceremonious fashion. We then had to ask, then wait for some cream to be brought to somehow make the bone dry chocolate gateaux edible. Some gave up waiting and got on with it. One small jug between 14people. No coffees or after dinner mints brought.
When dinner was cleared in record breaking time, lights were dimmed for the Michael Jackson tribute act. This was fairly entertaining, it was so bad it was good! If we weren't trapped in our seats like sardines, we might even have opted for a dance but instead we stayed put. Other party goers closer to the dance floor got up to boogie.
I was a little curious as to the group of young people in coats that gathered just in the room outside. They were clearly not paying guests but could've either been staff clocking off, jubilant as to their speedy service, local oiks or a group of confused residents wondering what the high pitched wailing was.
All in all, the experience was quite depressing. Glum, disinterested staff, poor food, poor venue and a questionable tribute act. I think this may well be the worst place I have ever had the misfortune to spend an evening of my life. To think that I paid £25 for this privilege adds insult to injury.
Don't go there!! Never!!

Stayed: December 2012, travelled with friends
3  Thank juelee
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Reviewed 12 December 2012

Stayed on a work trip. 2nd visit for me.
The building is very cold in areas, can imagine its a nightmare to heat as the building is so big.
Evening meal was good.
Room comfy, small but warm, and good value for money at £40.00. Breakfast, poor, beans on toast, a spoon on beans on thin white bread. Ceral and cooked breakfast, white toast, nothing very special.

The biggest negative for me was the lack of customer service. Staff were bord and seemed uninterested. I was told my key was in the room door, so made my own way up.
I would stay again as its cheap, but if I was wanting a hotel for a weekend away as a treat, there would be better in the area.

Room Tip: Room 6 - single warm, small but okay!
  • Stayed: December 2012, travelled on business
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