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What a disaster this hotel is. Believe it or not we are on our second night of a two night stay with another couple. Cannot wait to leave in the morning. The hotel is a faded magnolia.
The room we were appointed was an enormous...More
Visited as part of a weekend revisiting Portsmouth 50 years having come as a student. Met up with great friends from UK and NZ. Queens Hotel is decent value for money but my advice as a solo traveller is to book a double. The room...More
Visited Easter Sunday for lunch carvery.
Staff attentive, nice big table, lovely room but then it went downhill.
The plates were cold, beef tough, vegetables too underdone for all our party - not al dente, and the wine very poor.
A plus note, the gammon...More
We chose the Queens for our firat night as a married couple and boooed one of thier best rooms. We were not dissapointed despite some renovation work being done around the hotel. The staff we all superb being very attentive and nothing was too much...More
We stopped for coffee and were so impressed we decided to stay to lunch. The hotel was once the haunt of the wealthy in the heyday of the Victorian seaside resort. Now it is seeking to meet the demands of a quite different age where...More
Response from Nettiespagetti | Reviewed this property |
My favourite things to do are visit the historic dockyards, have a browse around Gun Wharf outlet shopping Mall, walk along the promenade and visit the pub with the best view of all, the Still and West, best to book a window... More
My favourite things to do are visit the historic dockyards, have a browse around Gun Wharf outlet shopping Mall, walk along the promenade and visit the pub with the best view of all, the Still and West, best to book a window table upstairs if you want to eat there-hope this helps -