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We only stay a few miles along the road in Bannockburn and we like to visit the golden lion bar at the weekends as it has nice decor and a good atmosphere so we thought would be nice to spend the night as I was...More
I stayed at this hotel on my birthday. Had visited several times for dinner with friends and work colleagues. Always enjoyable and lovely food . Never stayed overnight due to bad weather we decided to stay at this hotel booked via Booking.Com. Wished I never...More
Stayed in the Golden Lion with a large group of friends what can I say the hotel staff are very helpful and friendly and make you feel welcome, the food was fantastic and had a great selection to choose from, the rooms are very clean...More
First impressions of hotel were marred by the run down car park and skips at rear of hotel.
Checked in quickly and easily. Room looked clean and well presented.
Ate in restaurant, food was delicious.
Awful nights sleep due to worn springy mattress.
Response from GoldenLionStirling, General Manager at Golden Lion HotelResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for your constructive comments we have been upgrading our car park and the skip is there due to the refurbishment of the Hotel Bedrooms at this time which is a necessity as you will appreciate
Response from delingard | Reviewed this property |
As said above, there is a lift from the carpark up to reception and the other floors. When I was there I saw a gentleman in a wheel chair using this lift and sharing the lift with companions, so though small the lift is... More
As said above, there is a lift from the carpark up to reception and the other floors. When I was there I saw a gentleman in a wheel chair using this lift and sharing the lift with companions, so though small the lift is adequate. The problem is getting into the car park, which is behind the hotel, especially if you are new to Stirling. Then having found the car park finding a space may be difficult depending on the time of day. Speak to the hotel directly, they may have disabled spaces set aside.