3 Glenmorag Avenue, Dunoon, Argyll and Bute, United Kingdom
"Can’t say I’d be rushing back to The Park Hotel. We have become a bit picky on cleanliness after passed experiences at hotels. We pulled back the sheets to find an appallingly stained mattress. After showing the member of staff on reception, we were offered another room. This didn’t have a mattress in the same state as the previous. However on bed time. We found it was well past it’s serviceable life. The springs were compressed & there was lumps all over. Not a pleasant nights sleep. The room it’s self was dated. It looked clean, but had a strange fusty smell. It was like cleaning products were hiding, more than making it feel fresh. We went to sleep listening to another rooms TV, also them breaking wind. Breakfast was simply OK. Budget sausage, black pudding & potato cakes that had been left heated, as they were greasy. To us a B&B needs to hit two key factors. Bed & Breakfast. The Park Hotel didn’t do it for us on either. We initially booked The Park Hotel based on reviews over price. It now amazes us on how this place has achieved all the positive reviews both here, & on other review sites. We don’t except 5* on a budget, but we do expect cleanliness. What really was an insult, was we received an email. Our online booking agent sent us a email, asking on how good the check in was. After we filled in the questions. We received an email, basically Telling us, we should look for another hotel if weren’t happy. "
"We have just returned from a two night stay at The Park Hotel. Our reason for visiting Dunoon was to re-visit the locations of family holidays in my childhood. We could not have chosen a more perfect hotel. The room was spacious; comfortable ; and most importantly, clean. Our room had a fabulous view across the Clyde to the Cloch lighthouse and Gourock. We had dinner and breakfast both days and were spoilt for choice. The food was beautifuly cooked and very reasonably priced. Not only were we blessed with lovely weather but great accommodation which we would certainly recommend to others wishing to explore the Cowal Peninsula. We wish Claudiu and Mariana all the best in weathering these uncertain (viral) times and thank them for their hospitality."
"A fabulous hotel. All the staff were so helpful. Well done to the chef as the food was delicious - for dinner we all had different things - strogonoff, chicken, fish - which were all scrummy and could match any top market restaurant. Breakfast was also delicious, with plentiful portions which set us up for the day as didn't need any lunch. They coped brilliantly with a dairy intolerance too and had soya milk for the porridge/coffee. On street parking not a problem at all as space plentiful and a quiet residential street. The bed was so comfy, lovely bath and the overhead shower was so powerful. Everything was spotless."