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All reviews sea view lovely hotel north promenade full english pair of binoculars modern bathroom kippers no lift weekend break the cliff night stay town centre good nights sleep first floor hotel is situated very pleasant stay stayed nights
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Reviewed 5 February 2018

First visit here and we were very happy. Stayed 2 nights with friends and we both had the attic rooms. Overall newly decorated and these two rooms had all the amenities required. Tight on head space in the bathroom, but other than that really cosy rooms with fantastic sea views. Not suitable for people who can't climb stairs as no lift. Found the breakfast more than adequate - nice to have breakfast served on hot plates. Very friendly staff and based on this visit we would certainly return.

Room Tip: sea view rooms preferable as good views and no noise
  • Stayed: February 2018, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Hilarycarruthers
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Reviewed 5 January 2018 via mobile

We just returned from a new year stay at the seacliffe hotel, although we have stayed there before we thought this time we would book a better room on the first floor having previously been in attic rooms. But however the room was not good the bathroom window opened but then would not shut,the wardrobe door was broken the TV we could only get two channel's all the other channels stuck or froze,then to top it off got short measures in the bar on Bailey's, the breakfast was the only saving grace good choice and tasty,unfortunately though we won't be going back

Stayed: December 2017, travelled as a couple
2  Thank jtrotter55
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Reviewed 19 November 2017

Room 14 overlooking West Cliff and sea view. Very nicely presented double with tea/coffee amking, large flat screen tv, roomy bathroom with shower only. Breakfast was very good and hot and a good selection of the usual cereals etc. We didn't eat in an evening but did see that food was available. We have no complaints at all and would recommend the hotel.

Room Tip: The sea view is worth the extra..
  • Stayed: November 2017, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank gra_saab
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Reviewed 27 September 2017 via mobile

There are positives and negatives to this hotel.
Firstly, as you enter reception, you are greeted by a strange and rather unpleasant smell! Not at all inviting.
We had a bay windowed sea view room. There was a pair of binoculars in the room which was a nice touch. The room was clean.
Beware of the shower. It is a large shower but the shower base is absolutely lethal because of the slope on it, I could not maintain my balance and had to grab on to avoid slipping.
Breakfast - there are adequate cereals and a selection of fruit nuts and yoghurt. The is a choice for cooked breakfast. We both chose the full English on the first day. It looked very good on the plate but it was most disappointing to eat. The bacon had barely been cooked and it and everything else on the plate was bland and tasteless. On subsequent days I just had bacon and specified that it be very well cooked. To their credit they did that.
This is a dog friendly hotel, I obviously hadn't read the hotel description well enough as I wouldn't have stayed if I'd known that, but to be fair I only briefly encountered one dog. It's just the thought of staying in a room where a dog has been is off putting if you're not a pet lover.
So I would not choose to stay in this hotel again.

Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank colleen059
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Reviewed 21 September 2017

on arrival ring bell at reception 5 minutes later a young man came i said good afternoon

he ignore this and said what's your name ,he gave us a key for room 2 on first floor then he said if you go out

and get back after 11pm you will find door locked ,so ring bell and ask for a night key that was it no more

conversion from rude young man we went to room it was very small and overlooked a building site

i went back to reception ring bell and wait 10 minutes for rude man to come explain we are here till mid week

and room over looks a building site can we have a different room, he said no we are full ,i told him they should
let people know about this he said i should of phoned the hotel and they would of told me he was so rude
i try to check out but he said i would have to pay the full price of stay then he walk off
the room had no hot water in basin, shower would run boiling hot then cold, TV picture breaks up,
the walls are paper thin you could hear people in toilets and rooms from 11pm till 2-30am guests arrive back the noise was terrible
it was imposable to sleep,then in the morning work men start ,only good thing there is breakfast
this is not a hotel its a house without instillation, a bed and breakfast ,that cost £315 for 3 days well over priced
if you have to stay there avoid room 2

i have add a picture of view from room 2

Room Tip: avoid room 2
  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank deborahsneath
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