Hotels Near Two Sawyers In Hastings

0/50 Reviews
6.29km from Two Sawyers
Property Location With a stay at Town House Rooms, you'll be centrally located in Hastings, walking distance from Hastings Castle and close to West Hill Lift. This family-friendly guesthouse is within close proximity of Smugglers Adventure and Alexandra Park.Rooms Stay in one of 6 guestrooms featuring LCD televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers, housekeeping is provided daily, and cribs/infant beds (surcharge) can be requested.Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.Dining Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Town House Rooms. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.Business, Other Amenities Free self parking is available onsite.
FromUS$132
4.8/5Outstanding10 Reviews
6.48km from Two Sawyers
From the moment we arrived at this charming establishment we felt warmly welcomed. Malcolm, the co owner (with his wife) showed us to our room with such enthusiasm for our bed, the sheets, the bathroom that we felt bad not asking him to stay! Every possible detail thought of from home made biscuits to ear plugs in case the seagulls disturb you. Malcolm is a sheer delight. The room was extremely comfortable, lovely toiletries, and the breakfast was excellent. So thrilled we got more of Malcolm. We only had one night and It was a ‘working’ visit. (We were very glad of the honestly bar in the lounge as we’d had no supper.) I would love to stay for a weekend and feel thoroughly cared for. So brilliant to see a couple running a B&B with such dedication, taste and enthusiasm for life.
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4/5Very Good10 Reviews
7.18km from Two Sawyers
I was told I was staying in a room above a pub in centre of Hastings. It was the Deluxe King Room, on the first floor directly above the bar area. A spacious room with sitting area & a bath & shower en-suite. Bed was very comfortable & overall room good. The room had single glazing, so sounded like the windows were open as could hear the traffic very easily. Noise from the bar was minimal & not a problem, although could imagine would be different on a music night. The cooked breakfast was very good. It is a practical place to stay as parking opposite in the multi-storey - £5.50 +£1 for overnight - car park is locked before midnight. Other reviewers mentioned the £1 fee was payable by Town House rooms but I was not aware of that, so maybe useful to check. In summary I'm not usually someone who stays in rooms/pubs was pleasantly surprised for its convenience, value & service from morning staff, but not somewhere you go for comfort & pleasant views.
FromUS$76
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
7.5km from Two Sawyers
The downside: no ding room (hence no breakfast), no en-suite facilities (that I was aware of), no real "outside the premises parking" unless you're bloomin' early. And the parking wardens work 7 days a week, so be sure to have your P&D ticket sorted until at least 0900h on a weekend! The upside: wonderfully appointed rooms (mine was), very comfy, very welcoming management, centrally located, no fuss or mess or bother. And, by the way, very secure! The view: having arrived in Hastings for the very first time, my sat-nav took me to the very door of this establishment, but I couldn't park outside. Hastings has an on-street parking issue, it appears. BUT I went 30 yards around the corner & there was a space, which cost me £1.70 from 1630h on the Saturday through until 0900h on the Sunday. Can't say fairer than that!! I rang the doorbell of this quite big townhouse to be greeted by the manager/owner & was shown to my room. Penthouse no less!! While the rooms aren't en-suite (to my knowledge) all rooms had sinks with the H&C running water, with a W/C & very nice, mega-clean, shower rooms on all floors. Unlimited "in-and-out" with the double-secure door arrangements; no-one should feel they have to worry whatsoever. The "on-arrival briefing" was great, there were refreshments in my larger-than-average room (double-bed, plenty of space to do a Samba if one required!) & the TV was showing the rugby when I wanted. It was a mere 5 minute step to EVERYWHERE I wanted to explore (well, OK 10 minutes to the Carly!), but I tell you what folks, I can't fault this guest-house really. If they had a dining room it would just be a smidge better, but ... hey, when you're at the sea-side you go with the flow. Besides, it's not like you're out in the sticks ... plenty to explore, see, find, eat, drink & do ... just lovely! And finally: THANK YOU to Tristan (sp?) for his advice on parking, the routes, the general brief. Absolutely fantastic. Can't praise this guest-house highly enough.
FromUS$51
3.2/510 Reviews
7.53km from Two Sawyers
i stayed in room 12 19th to 22nd June and it was comfortable clean looks like new bathroom very helpfull owners if i was the owners i would charge 100 deposit and if some one spilt winr or broke some thing charge them as it is customers who reck these places and show no respect
FromUS$104
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
7.56km from Two Sawyers
We stayed in a family room for 3 nights. The decor was lovely and very modern. Spotlessly clean and nice comfy beds. The hotel is very central to the High Street and the beach. There is no parking but you can park in a nearby multi-storey for 8 pounds a day. The only downside to the room is that there isn't a great deal of space and the ensuite bathroom was tiny. There is a nice big tv with freeview and Netflix (which came in handy for my 10 year old). The wine fridge was a nice touch but unfortunately didn't work. On leaving, my husband left his phone in the room and we were locked out. We phoned the landline number on the website and there was no answer. After phoning the mobile number a man answered and said he no longer worked at the establishment. Website needs updating with correct contact details. Worth the money as it is centrally located. Would definitely stay here again.
FromUS$98
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
7.56km from Two Sawyers
We made a last minute booking due to our weekend plans being changed. As soon as our booking was made we received very clear email confirmation which contained important information on parking and access to the hotel, it also have local restaurant recommendations which was a lovely touch. Don't be put off that it is self check in which is a new concept for me too, its very easy & nothing to worry about. We arrived, collected our key with no issues and went to our room. WOW it was the best bedroom ever ! newly decorated, great style and the bed was really comfy. Tea and Coffee, and a little fridge if you needed it. Spotlessly clean as well. The location is great as its really close to town and the seafront. The hosts were great with my odd request to be able to come back to the property to shower after checking our and going to parkrun, they really did go above and beyond to accommodate us. We will definitely be back and bringing my parents as well to show off the lovely hotel. I honest can't recommend this hotel enough. Thanks Number 46 - see you soon
FromUS$118
3.3/510 Reviews
7.6km from Two Sawyers
As my holidays this year have all been cancelled I decided to visit friends in Hastings for a "change of scenery". I booked 4 nights at this 3 star Hotel, total cost £180 for a room with a single bed. When I arrived I was pleasantly surprised to have a sea view. The room was basic but clean. I didnt expect anything else for the price I paid. I only wanted a base. The shower provided lots of hot water and the bed was comfortable. The cleaner changed my towel every time I asked and the bed was made every day. There was no wi-fi in the rooms but the Asian manager/owner told me thar there was Internet in the reception area and there was a lounge next to reception I could use. There wasn't a bar or restaurant but the hotel had a reciprocal arrangement with the Jali Indian restaurant, which adjoined the hotel. The hotel guests could get drinks from the restaurants bar and the restaurants customers could use the hotels toilet facilities in the reception area. No breakfast was provided but I found a lovely cafe just round the corner, which may be the subject of a seperate review. Similarly the Jali restaurant gave us one of the best Indian meals I have ever had The staff at the hotel were very very pleasant and helpful. I have read some of the reviews for the hotel and, while everyone is entitled to their opinion, I am a great believer in you get what you pay for. On that basis I was very happy with what the Chatsworth provided.
FromUS$64
5/5Perfect5 Reviews
7.62km from Two Sawyers
With a stay at Anne's House in Hastings, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Battle Abbey and Battlefield and English Channel. This 4-star bed & breakfast is 11.4 mi (18.3 km) from Bodiam Castle and 13.4 mi (21.5 km) from Pevensey Castle.Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as a television in a common area.A complimentary full breakfast is served daily from 7:30 AM to 10:00 AM.Stay in one of 2 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include electric kettles and free tea bags/instant coffee, and housekeeping is provided daily.
FromUS$185
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
7.64km from Two Sawyers
It was our first time in Hastings and we stayed here for a part of the August Bank Holiday Weekend. It was a lovely, quiet place to stay. Its simple, nicely decorated and comfortable to stay in. The lady on reception was super helpful too. The room had a lovely view of the seafront and the bed was comfortable (if a bit freaky). The room had pretty much everything we needed, I think the only thing we could’ve done with was a small bin in the main room to put rubbish in (there’s a small bin in the bathroom but wasn’t big enough for other rubbish) but other than that, we can’t fault it. Would happily book and stay again.
FromUS$56
4.5/5Excellent11 Reviews
7.66km from Two Sawyers
Very old hotel but still clean and the price is reasonable
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4/5Very Good5 Reviews
8.01km from Two Sawyers
Stayed at Premier Inn for two nights because it was good value for moneyas we were on a tight budget. It was exceptionally good value. We were so pleased with the room , the facilities & location. No disturbance at all during our stay despite the hotel being fully booked. It was just outside the Town Centre which meant it was quieter. Good parking. we travelled on the Sunday of Storm Dennis. Quite a scary experience , with road closures & flooding on the way. We were so relieved to get there & glad that the room was so nice, especially as the weather was so bad, we didn't mind staying indoors. A restaurant is attached to the hotel with access for people staying at the premier. This meant we didnt have to go out again in the storm. We ate in the restaurant while we waited for our room to be prepared, We also had breakfast there during our stay. Food was very good, lots of choice. Staff were all so friendly & polite. will definately be back to this Premier Inn when we are in Hastings. Would also bring our Grandchildren as there is a childrens play area in the restaurant & they have discounts on childrens meals. Was great having Sainsburys superstore across the road as we had left luggage behind. Enjoyed being down by the seafront when storm calmed down. Parked at the top by the caves & walked down through the old town which is the best part of Hastings for us, Something for everyone in Hastings.
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Hotels Near Two Sawyers In Hastings Review

4.2/510 Reviews
The name implies that the hotel is a Spa Hotel. In truth there are two buildings. The hotel and the Spa which is in a seperate building three minutes walk from the main hotel complex. This may sound picky until you realise that you have to walk in any weather to the spa and back again. The main reason for our visit was to have a relaxing couple of days using the facilaties to the full. The Spa is a private health club which you are given acess to at the additional cost of £10.00 When you read the advert for the hotel Bannatyne Spa Hotel the impression is given that the spa is part of the hotel. I was told at the reception that if i had read the small print I would have realised that this is in fact not the case. The room was a modern Delux but strangely missing the sort of refinements that you would have expected at the cost of the room. I am afraid it spoiled our short stay there the whole purpose being to use the Spa.
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FromUS$234
4.7/510 Reviews
Now you've probably heard that phrase at the beginning of a negative review for some down-at-heal has-been dive. In this case the history is the absolute reason for staying at St. Benedict's. Yes, for history you could visit many of the wonderful National Trust properties, but to actually stay in a place which oozes authentic Victoriana from every orifice, to actually "use" the rooms and spaces as they would have been used is something quite special. Even placing my plastic 21st century toothbrush on the original Delta Combinator basin felt wrong, as if I'd sullied the spirit of the house. Sadly, too many of these properties were carved up into flats and bedsits, completely losing the originality of these family homes. Glimpsing the results of the efforts (read "life's work") that has been put into not only saving but painstakingly restoring this property is humbling. But a stay here is not just about a night in a one-of-a-kind room - it's about the welcome and the people that make your stay unlike any corporate chain hotel. We couldn't help ask lots of questions and an impromptu guided tour was provided. You don't stay at St. Benedict's - you experience it.
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FromUS$137
4/510 Reviews
My family and I have just come back from a brief one night stay at the hotel. The hotel is right on the sea front and has uninterrupted views of the beach. Queen Victoria once stayed at the hotel and it has her signature preserved in a guest book in the reception. The hotel itself is full of wonderful old school Victorian charm and style. The building still has lots of its original features and the old fashioned vibe has been maintained. The staff were very polite and attentive, particularly at check-in, and this was much appreciated. The room was clean and comfortable. I particularly enjoyed the bar and restaurant. The restaurant served a full a la carte high standard dinner even on a quiet Sunday evening. We shall certainly come again.
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FromUS$143
3.3/510 Reviews
As my holidays this year have all been cancelled I decided to visit friends in Hastings for a "change of scenery". I booked 4 nights at this 3 star Hotel, total cost £180 for a room with a single bed. When I arrived I was pleasantly surprised to have a sea view. The room was basic but clean. I didnt expect anything else for the price I paid. I only wanted a base. The shower provided lots of hot water and the bed was comfortable. The cleaner changed my towel every time I asked and the bed was made every day. There was no wi-fi in the rooms but the Asian manager/owner told me thar there was Internet in the reception area and there was a lounge next to reception I could use. There wasn't a bar or restaurant but the hotel had a reciprocal arrangement with the Jali Indian restaurant, which adjoined the hotel. The hotel guests could get drinks from the restaurants bar and the restaurants customers could use the hotels toilet facilities in the reception area. No breakfast was provided but I found a lovely cafe just round the corner, which may be the subject of a seperate review. Similarly the Jali restaurant gave us one of the best Indian meals I have ever had The staff at the hotel were very very pleasant and helpful. I have read some of the reviews for the hotel and, while everyone is entitled to their opinion, I am a great believer in you get what you pay for. On that basis I was very happy with what the Chatsworth provided.
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FromUS$64
4/55 Reviews
Stayed at Premier Inn for two nights because it was good value for moneyas we were on a tight budget. It was exceptionally good value. We were so pleased with the room , the facilities & location. No disturbance at all during our stay despite the hotel being fully booked. It was just outside the Town Centre which meant it was quieter. Good parking. we travelled on the Sunday of Storm Dennis. Quite a scary experience , with road closures & flooding on the way. We were so relieved to get there & glad that the room was so nice, especially as the weather was so bad, we didn't mind staying indoors. A restaurant is attached to the hotel with access for people staying at the premier. This meant we didnt have to go out again in the storm. We ate in the restaurant while we waited for our room to be prepared, We also had breakfast there during our stay. Food was very good, lots of choice. Staff were all so friendly & polite. will definately be back to this Premier Inn when we are in Hastings. Would also bring our Grandchildren as there is a childrens play area in the restaurant & they have discounts on childrens meals. Was great having Sainsburys superstore across the road as we had left luggage behind. Enjoyed being down by the seafront when storm calmed down. Parked at the top by the caves & walked down through the old town which is the best part of Hastings for us, Something for everyone in Hastings.
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FromUS$118
4.8/510 Reviews
Our experience at Hastings Hotel was absolutely First Class. Hospitality from owners Bev and Ian was second to none. They were both very warm and friendly whilst at the same time truly Professional. Our Room which overlooked Warrior Square the sea was immaculate. The interior design and furniture was of the highest standard. In fact this standard was reflected throughout the whole house and attention to detail superb. Everything had been thought through carefully to provide the guests with the ultimate in comfort. I particularly loved the sumptuous bath robes supplied. Our breakfast was delicious, smoked salmon and scrambled egg cooked to perfection and I am sure the choice of Full English would have been equally as tasty. The hotel is only a few meters from the sea and there are superb restaurants very nearby and all in walking distance. Would definitely go there again, even in these uncertain times.
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FromUS$184
4.3/510 Reviews
The downside: no ding room (hence no breakfast), no en-suite facilities (that I was aware of), no real "outside the premises parking" unless you're bloomin' early. And the parking wardens work 7 days a week, so be sure to have your P&D ticket sorted until at least 0900h on a weekend! The upside: wonderfully appointed rooms (mine was), very comfy, very welcoming management, centrally located, no fuss or mess or bother. And, by the way, very secure! The view: having arrived in Hastings for the very first time, my sat-nav took me to the very door of this establishment, but I couldn't park outside. Hastings has an on-street parking issue, it appears. BUT I went 30 yards around the corner & there was a space, which cost me £1.70 from 1630h on the Saturday through until 0900h on the Sunday. Can't say fairer than that!! I rang the doorbell of this quite big townhouse to be greeted by the manager/owner & was shown to my room. Penthouse no less!! While the rooms aren't en-suite (to my knowledge) all rooms had sinks with the H&C running water, with a W/C & very nice, mega-clean, shower rooms on all floors. Unlimited "in-and-out" with the double-secure door arrangements; no-one should feel they have to worry whatsoever. The "on-arrival briefing" was great, there were refreshments in my larger-than-average room (double-bed, plenty of space to do a Samba if one required!) & the TV was showing the rugby when I wanted. It was a mere 5 minute step to EVERYWHERE I wanted to explore (well, OK 10 minutes to the Carly!), but I tell you what folks, I can't fault this guest-house really. If they had a dining room it would just be a smidge better, but ... hey, when you're at the sea-side you go with the flow. Besides, it's not like you're out in the sticks ... plenty to explore, see, find, eat, drink & do ... just lovely! And finally: THANK YOU to Tristan (sp?) for his advice on parking, the routes, the general brief. Absolutely fantastic. Can't praise this guest-house highly enough.
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FromUS$51
4/510 Reviews
It was our first time in Hastings and we stayed here for a part of the August Bank Holiday Weekend. It was a lovely, quiet place to stay. Its simple, nicely decorated and comfortable to stay in. The lady on reception was super helpful too. The room had a lovely view of the seafront and the bed was comfortable (if a bit freaky). The room had pretty much everything we needed, I think the only thing we could’ve done with was a small bin in the main room to put rubbish in (there’s a small bin in the bathroom but wasn’t big enough for other rubbish) but other than that, we can’t fault it. Would happily book and stay again.
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FromUS$56
3.7/510 Reviews
We decided on this place for location we were here for 4 days visiting family .first impression on arrival entrance clean bright staff polite .we were in wat I would describe as basement room no view of anything .room was big with separate shower room and toilet .firstly carpet needs renewing full of Mark's and iron burn tv is very small and made watching difficult as no seats to sit on .pillows could do with renewing along with matress just felt old and tired . Decor was fine apart from paint on curtains net curtains not to Good either room was so hot even with fan on all nite .we decided not to ask for room clean on Thursday as we arrived late on Wednesday but on friday morning we asked if we could have room made up and clean towels we arrived bck around 6pm no room done no clean towels Saturday was exactly the same the lady on reception did bring clean towels but there was no one to clean room as they had gone home . Breakfast was ok bacon could have done with few mins longer it looked anemic sausage poor quality lady in breakfast area always very polite. This place does need a bit more attention to detail and for that reason we wouldnt stay again
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FromUS$51
4.3/510 Reviews
We stayed in a family room for 3 nights. The decor was lovely and very modern. Spotlessly clean and nice comfy beds. The hotel is very central to the High Street and the beach. There is no parking but you can park in a nearby multi-storey for 8 pounds a day. The only downside to the room is that there isn't a great deal of space and the ensuite bathroom was tiny. There is a nice big tv with freeview and Netflix (which came in handy for my 10 year old). The wine fridge was a nice touch but unfortunately didn't work. On leaving, my husband left his phone in the room and we were locked out. We phoned the landline number on the website and there was no answer. After phoning the mobile number a man answered and said he no longer worked at the establishment. Website needs updating with correct contact details. Worth the money as it is centrally located. Would definitely stay here again.
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FromUS$98
3.2/510 Reviews
i stayed in room 12 19th to 22nd June and it was comfortable clean looks like new bathroom very helpfull owners if i was the owners i would charge 100 deposit and if some one spilt winr or broke some thing charge them as it is customers who reck these places and show no respect
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FromUS$104
4.5/510 Reviews
We made a last minute booking due to our weekend plans being changed. As soon as our booking was made we received very clear email confirmation which contained important information on parking and access to the hotel, it also have local restaurant recommendations which was a lovely touch. Don't be put off that it is self check in which is a new concept for me too, its very easy & nothing to worry about. We arrived, collected our key with no issues and went to our room. WOW it was the best bedroom ever ! newly decorated, great style and the bed was really comfy. Tea and Coffee, and a little fridge if you needed it. Spotlessly clean as well. The location is great as its really close to town and the seafront. The hosts were great with my odd request to be able to come back to the property to shower after checking our and going to parkrun, they really did go above and beyond to accommodate us. We will definitely be back and bringing my parents as well to show off the lovely hotel. I honest can't recommend this hotel enough. Thanks Number 46 - see you soon
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FromUS$118
3.5/510 Reviews
The staff were friendly and helpful - nothing was too much trouble. My room was gorgeous and the views spectacular. Breakfast was cooked exactly as I requested and was delicious. I would definitely go back again.
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FromUS$66
4/510 Reviews
I was told I was staying in a room above a pub in centre of Hastings. It was the Deluxe King Room, on the first floor directly above the bar area. A spacious room with sitting area & a bath & shower en-suite. Bed was very comfortable & overall room good. The room had single glazing, so sounded like the windows were open as could hear the traffic very easily. Noise from the bar was minimal & not a problem, although could imagine would be different on a music night. The cooked breakfast was very good. It is a practical place to stay as parking opposite in the multi-storey - £5.50 +£1 for overnight - car park is locked before midnight. Other reviewers mentioned the £1 fee was payable by Town House rooms but I was not aware of that, so maybe useful to check. In summary I'm not usually someone who stays in rooms/pubs was pleasantly surprised for its convenience, value & service from morning staff, but not somewhere you go for comfort & pleasant views.
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FromUS$76
3.9/510 Reviews
Stayed 5th september 2020 for a mum daughter weekend. Firstly, the 4* needs updating to 2*. The proprietor was busy taking in an online grocery shop, and we waited quietly until he came to door. His greeting was not friendly in any way at all, almost like we were a paying inconvenience! He silently checked us in then showed us to room 5. Our first sight of our room was him turning off a fan heater trying to dry a soaked carpet...which is fine, accidents happen, but to not explain anything was just weird to be honest. Anyway, beds ok. Bathroom was very grubby. Note to cleaner...get a old toothbrush and a cheap bottle of bleach spray and it would take little effort to get the black mouldy tiles clean. They are disgusting, i wouldn't have my own bathroom that mucky let alone charging strangers to have a bath in there! £75 might be not alot to the owner of this b&b , but to me its over a days wages. The toilet seat was wonky..why would you not just fix it?? There were removable stains on tiles by toilet, yuk. l would be mortified if i ran that place and a guest told me this! The telly had an aerial that you had to get in just the right position to get limited channels, very annoying . The wi fi was non existent which this day and age is unacceptable . The back garden looked lovely, and it was a quiet area . Parking late afternoon was not that easy. Booking.com emailed this property to inform them one of us was vegan and could they arrange a suitable breakfast. lt was totally and rudely ignored. she couldn't have toast, no dairy free spread offered. Breakfast ok but sparse. The atmosphere of the breakfast room was not what you call friendly and we couldn't wait to leave. l tried to get someones attention when we left our key but was ignored so we left. l do not recommend this place in any way at all and they seriously need to buck their ideas up and realise people like to be treated like they are wanted. lt slightly spoiled our weekend but Hastings was great. [and clean].
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FromUS$72
3.7/510 Reviews
Check-in was quick and painless. The guy was welcoming and helpful. I was concerned with parking my motorbike as the RingGo app I used for the permit parking on street outside charged me £3.35 for the hour. He thought bikes were free but my app didn’t agree. He helped out by pointing me to a motorcycle bay around the corner. FYI, he was actually correct and motorcycles can park free in any CPZ in Hastings and we’ll see if those RingGo cowboys refund me (it’s the principle of the thing, honest). The Lansdowne is an uncomplicated and functional place, no bar or garden and slightly worn in places, but generally well-kempt and very clean. I booked a single room on 3rd floor. There is a single lift, not single for COVID, but ‘really single’ as it’s size dictates. It does the job for those too tired for the stairs though. The room had a lovely view of the sea and was big enough for what I needed. The single bed was a bit dated but comfy and welcome after a long day in the saddle. The shower room is ‘compact’, meaning I could brush my teeth whilst sitting on the loo, but if you need to spend more time on it, you need to rest your right arm in the wash basin. This sounds strange but was more amusing than annoying. The shower was fine, pressure not mega but more than adequate. Having ridden from London all around the north Kent coast along the estuary and around the tip at Ramsgate and through Dover, I was pretty knackered and needed an early night. I walked around the back of the Lansdowne to a small precinct with a few bars and convenience shops. The facilities were all close and pleasant, but if you have time, make sure you walk down to the Old Town (George St) which is a charming medieval street with loads of bars, and curio shops. Don’t stop there too long though, keep going along until the Stade and Rock-a-Nore, which houses the largest beach-based fishing fleet. It’s fantastic to see the huge array and variety of the working boats sitting on the shingle on their exposed hulls. You’ll find the freshest fish ever here with a 20-mile carbon footprint, being sold from little shacks and make so sure you leave room in your suitcase for a couple of pints of prawns (£2-50/pnt). I hit the sack early that night and although there is a strict no-pets policy, I fear the people in the room above me flaunted it. They had clearly brought with them their baby elephant who just strutted up and down the room for hours on end. I just couldn’t understand what there was to do in a room with little foliage to warrant so much walking. Anyway, it wouldn’t be fair to blame the management for their actions, nor would it be fair to blame them for the traffic noise. The downside of a sea view is of course there will be road noise, so do as I do and travel with earplugs…always. It wasn’t particularly hot (18c) but without an onshore wind, the room was rather hot that night and being seriously follickly challenged, I’d have preferred a fan than a hairdryer in the r
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FromUS$79
4.1/512 Reviews
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FromUS$81
4.5/59 Reviews
We stayed at the Hampton by Hilton for the Scottish Oct week. It was very clean, I was apprehensive of how hotels were during Covid-19 and had read a lot of reviews for where to stay in Blackpool based on since when COVID-19 started and the Hampton by Hilton got some of the best reviews and it far surpassed my expectations. From check in the place was very clean, all staff were wearing masks, they explained that daily cleaning service had been suspended but if you wanted your room cleaned that day you just needed to say, or if you needed new towels or toilet roll they could give it to you at reception, which is great as it limits human interaction. Dinner: we ended up eating dinner there three of the four nights as I found a lot of places were crowded whilst they had us well spread out and ensured ppl had masks on whilst moving around. The food was nice if a small menu, the staff were great very friendly and helpful. Room: we stayed in room 304 and it is at the back of the hotel partially overlooking the carpark and partial sea view, it was two king sized beds which were really comfortable and we slept well, it had lots of charging points which in this day of electronics was great. I think it could benefit from a wee shelf on the side nearest the window as there was a table on my side and on the other side of the other bed. It has a heating and cooling system and a good shower but doesn’t have a hairdryer in the room so remember to take your own. Breakfast: was well organised and really tasty. There was a great selection of both hot and cold items, coffee and tea there was even chocolate or strawberry milk for the children. The staff were very vigilant and challenged a couple of lads who had come down to breakfast without masks or lanyards to say they didn’t need to for medical reasons, they came back down with masks. Location: the tram station is across the road but it is easily walkable to get to both the south and central pier, pleasurebeach is about a five minute walk whilst the south pier is maybe about ten minutes depending on if the wind is hitting you. There is also lots of hand gel located throughout the hotel which was good. Overall if I was coming back to Blackpool I’d definitely recommend/stay at this hotel again, the staff were friendly and helpful, the rooms were immaculate and well thought out, it was a good location and breakfast was tasty. Thank you for making our family stay enjoyable, my daughter had never been to Blackpool and I hadn’t been since I was three which wasn’t yesterday!
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FromUS$167
5/511 Reviews
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FromUS$43
3.4/510 Reviews
I stayed here and you certainly get what you pay for. Room was basic but clean and all you needed to rest your head for a night. I unfortunately left my headphones at the hotel and was distraught when I found out as I live 3 hours away, however the manager was more than accommodating and sent them back via an envelope I sent them and I could not be more thankful. It may not seem like a lot, but my headphones are needed for my everyday so when they arrived back safely I was overjoyed. Nothing is too much for the manager, really nice and would recommend staying again! Thank you so so much.
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FromUS$59
4/55 Reviews
When we first arrived, the First two ladies we spoke was lovely and friendly and very welcome , we then found out we had to pay for parking (we was staying for a week so was quite expensive) £12 a day . this isn’t stated when you book. we got to our room to found the standard of the room was not what was shown in the pictures , the window looked as if it hadn’t been cleans in a few weeks , we understand that you’re in a seaside town and the window are going to get very dirty but you wouldn’t of be able to scraped the thick layer dirt off! When opening the window there was mold growing on the window opening. My sons bed was against the wall by the window , we were right by a street light that came thought the curtains, and the draft coming though the window which meant we had to move our sons bed next to ours! For a family of three who was staying a week , we had hardly any room to hang our clothes , literally three coat hangers ! So we had to live out our suite cases , there is a long light behind the double bed , this was full of grim and dirt and was broken! The bath have some handles in them one was broken and the rest was full of dirt , around Mirror in the bathroom was had marks all around it! The bathroom floor had dirt and grim behind the door where it looked like it hadn’t been clean! The sink again had thick dirt around it , our hand was didn’t even have hand wash in it , it had the shower and body wash stuff in it! The usb socket next to the bed was broken. We had cleans in four times during our stay they only hovered once and never once changed our bedding and what with a two year old wasn’t very helpful! They didn’t really do much to the room apart from change our dirty towels! We ate in the restaurant down stairs the first night we arrived and we wish we didn’t , the food was horrible, the burger tasted like it had been cooked in a microwave , my sons sausage was over cooked , my partner’s pizza look amazing but when he tired picking it up it feel apart and didn’t taste right! There was a cat that kept coming into the restaurant, the staff kept trying to get it out and keep it out which is a positive. On a whole the travelodge looked nice from the outside , the room was horrible. the staff where lovely and welcoming can’t fault them enough! We normally always stay in travelodges if we travelling and we’ve never had a problem until this one .
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FromUS$153
4.4/510 Reviews
We stayed here overnight as going out with friends. There was a derby match on with Fleetwood so bar filled up pretty quickly after the game. But what a fab atmosphere. There was a lovely gentleman that greeted us on arrival & advised the car park was full up but gave us a free voucher to park at Travelodge. There was no places at the time but after 15 mins wait we secured a parking place. Said gentleman (concierge) is by far a massive asset to the hotel. Our room was lovely & view spectacular, everything you needed for a night away plus more. We went into the bar fir some lunch & although it seemed to take ages it was well worth the wait. We were very late getting back 3.30am (dirty stop outs) but were greeted so warmly on our return & had a chat & laugh with security. Breakfast this morning was amazing, only down fall was no black pudding & fried eggs a little sad but the scrambled eggs were as light as a feather. I burnt the toast & set fire to it (my fault) but the staff just laughed,very nicely & sorted it. Check out as check in was as smoith as ever & lots of chat. We will definitely return as quite simply, the whole experience was a poor joy
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FromUS$122
4.4/512 Reviews
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FromUS$183
4.4/510 Reviews
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FromUS$196
4.5/510 Reviews
What an amazing time in Blackpool yet again , returned to the lynbar we have stayed there loads , took friends for the first time , love it . John and Alan are amazing the rooms are lovely, it’s Blackpool it well priced, respectable and have fab food . Bonus is you can eat in the bistro home cooked grub at a reasonable price . Blackpool is different , Can’t be bothered to queue everywhere. When and if you you are tired then it’s just like going home with lots of extras . Back with the girls at the end of sept .. love you guys see you soon .. ps no I’m not family just well looked after when I go on holiday .
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FromUS$52
5/513 Reviews
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FromUS$118
4/510 Reviews
This is a great find in Blackpool , clean , comfortable and the owner was lovely , I’m writing this review whilst still here for another three nights and all I can say is some other places need to learn from the Edward , it’s fantastic value for money and right central to everywhere. I stay in Blackpool a lot and this will now defo be my first choice , I shall be recommending to family and friends -Thanks a mill guys -Andy
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FromUS$51
5/512 Reviews
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FromUS$135
4.6/510 Reviews
This is a tremendous place to stay if you want to enjoy Blackpool. Number One is located on South Beach close to where the illuminations start. This means being an easy walk from the tram stop that gives easy access to the whole of Blackpool (for a £5 a day hop on hop off ticket). The trams run back until around midnight. A taxi to the Tower is about £7.50 if you prefer. And if you want to walk this is just as easy and completely free... There are dedicated parking spaces and plenty of on road free spaces that are free and safe. Number one has a tremendous welcome - the two girls that greet you, escort you personally to your room to go through the facilities and look after you at the well stocked bar are friendly, happy and helpful. The help, generosity and welcome is extended by Mark who was able to provide first class recommendations for restaurants and shows (we took up the recommendation to see Kinky Boots which was exceptional) and he was kind enough to provide a discount code for the Winter Garden. What strikes you when visiting is the quality of the decor, fixtures and furniture throughout Number One. The owners take great pride in their property and it shows. It’s modern, funky, clean and bright. The rooms are all well appointed, clean and well maintained. We had number 12 on the third floor. This is serviced by a lift or staircase. The sea view is good and the room boasts tv, whirlpool bath, shower, remotes for lighting, small balcony, seating area and comfy bed. The box of nick nacks that could be little essentials in the wardrobe is a super touch. The bar area is a generous social area and the range of drinks wide and various. Service is until 11:00pm after which time and honesty bar works if you want a night cap or longer chatting. Breakfast selections are made the evening before to save wastefulness and works really well. It’s a wide menu along with a buffet for fruit, cereals etc. The quality of what Mark cooks is exceptional. The fresh orange is a must. It can be cold in Blackpool but Number 1 can be really hot... Number 1 is a credit to the owners and staff. An award winner. And one of our favourites from our travels - no mean feat.
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FromUS$119
3.3/510 Reviews
It is tired, and needs some investment, it needs someone to love it and to make it good. It’s a big place, and for whatever reason, has been left to fall apart. However, the man that checked us in was very helpful. We had 2 prams, helped up in and out on several occasions. We were only here for 1 night, and paid £92.00 for a family room. Which at the time of booking was cheap, I always read reviews before booking and decided to book anyway, giving them approx 5 months to get stuff sorted..,..they haven’t. It’s still getting the bad reviews that it deserves. They had there settings with booking.com set so you couldn’t change or cancel. Or you would be charged anyway. So when I’ve re read their reviews a month ago, I couldn’t cancel. Or I’d of lost the money. So for that reason, if your reading this before booking, check everywhere else first. Make this your absolute last resort. It is dirty, dusty window sills, stained carpets, it’s stuff that if you was running a hotel properly shouldn’t have. It’s run badly no doubt about that. Good points... .it’s close to the tram stop.. Lonsdale car park is about a 5 min walk away....£12.00 for 24 hours. It’s close to the beach, centrally located. Really sorry there is nothing good about the hotel itself. Oh yea 1 our beds were clean. 😀 the only reason we stayed.
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FromUS$28