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Regulations require hotels to have fire doors to bedrooms and all means of escape routes to have half hours full fire resistance. Not one fire door was actually a fire door . The doors from the bar into the stair and final exit wedge open...More
First time on Isle of Wight and walked to old town Shanklin. The holliers hotel is set up for bus trips and so was full of old very old people however we had a carvery which was very nicely cooked and there was an option...More
Have visited this hotel every time we go to the isle of Wight. The carvery offering is very hard to beat. Always three meats to choose from which are very well cooked and tender. Lovely roast potatoes and mashed potatoes. A huge Yorkshire pudding. Good...More
Have just walked in off the riad for a Sunday Carvery. Not a bad venue although a little shabby. The greeting was good and the lad the dished up our dinner was friendly and polite as was the young man that cleared our table. The...More
I had a carvery one evening whilst staying in the area. They started serving at 5.30 which Is an ideal time. A senior meal included choice of two of the four meats on offer. My meal consisted of turkey, gammon, roast potato, carrots, cauliflower, cabbage,...More
We enjoyed the live entertaiment in the Paino Bar at the Holliers Hotel last week end , from 8-30pm -11.30pm Friday & Saturday night & Sunday 8.30 pm-11pm , live groups , we had a local Rock Band Saturday night which also bought in the...More