One of those places that you pay for the dining space rather than the food on your plate. Over affected by the cuisine nouvelle idea that the food should be admired and photographed rather than consumed, children's sized portions are given to all no matter their age. Added to this is an overpriced wine list and inexperienced trainee staff. It's not that the food is bad per se, but it's not good to have to eat bread to feel full. The hotel itself is good with big comfortable clean rooms and friendly staff. The recommendation therefore is to stay but eat out.
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