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Muthu Royal Hotel

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  • Excellent38%
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  • Average13%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible8%
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“tea coffee”(4 reviews)
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3.0 Star Hotel
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Reviewed 1 week ago

It was all extremely well organized, we were given room keys on the bus which saved any queueing. The rooms were well equipped with lots of goodies and individual heat control. The food was great and plentiful. The day trips were included and most enjoyable....More

Thank Stephanie B
Reviewed 26 September 2017

This is the worst hotel I've ever stayed in - as is its sister hotel just round the corner. Where to start? We were told on arrival we had to go to the sister hotel, given keys to a 'double' room, the bed was barely...More

1  Thank JeannieG59
Reviewed 23 September 2017

Arriving at this establishment - wrongly called a hotel, I noticed quite a lot of fag ends and an empty beer can lying on the ground outside. On entering our first floor room I noticed that the curtains were hanging from just two or three...More

1  Thank LinFalconer
Reviewed 19 September 2017

The tourist demand in Scotland is generally higher and the market calls the tune. Scottish hotels and B&Bs tend to be more expensive. That’s absolutely fine. But with a price tag of £106 for a one-night twin bed B&B in mid-September we assumed we were...More

1  Thank PhilCrowther
Reviewed 17 September 2017 via mobile

We slept in our sleeping bags - need I say more? There was: - No receptionist for quite some time - Payment upfront - Pictures of Mr Muthu in the lounge, like it was some cult - The ceiling was dripping with water on the...More

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US$ 88 - US$ 116 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Monty C
My partener and I were unfortunate enough to be placed in room 57 at the Royal Hotel at Tyndrum, having read the remarks of passed visitors complaints about noisy cielings seem to be regular since 2014 for rooms 55 to 59. The response to me from the hotel was that you cannot be held responsible for the activities of guests who have trouble sleeping. I beg to differ. The actions of the people above our heads were to walk backwards and forwards across their room for an hour after we went to bed and they started again an hour before we would have liked have got up. Even when we intended getting up at 6'o' clock the day of departure. Goodness knows the reason for this activity, but considering the number of complaints you must have recieved I would say it was down to the hotel management to rectify the problem with the floor or close the offending rooms. For the sake of other unaware guests, I do not intend letting this matter drop without a solution, our five day break was ruined by four nights in room 57. I would like to know what you intend doing about the problems with these rooms?
23 July 2015|
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Response from Brenda T | Reviewed this property |
We were in room 24 on the 'half floor' and the noise from above and either side of our room was terrible. The people who were actually in the adjoining rooms also complained of the noise. So this is definatley not restricted... More
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"Don't go anywhere near the place. Mr Muthu should be ashamed of himself"
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"avoid top floor"
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"All rooms smell and not worth the money"
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"Check the room before you confirm booking, including toilet and light switches."
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