It has been many years since we last visited, well over 5 and nothing had changed. We did pay for our parents to stay over a year ago and they enjoyed it so recommended it for a place to meet up with others. The rooms are a good size, decorated art deco 1920s style, clean, good storage and with a decent bathroom. Although the bed was hard and the pillows were uncomfortable so I cannot claim to have had a good nights sleep. The brasserie was very busy with many people who eat there regularly and the menu was plentyful with an added specials menu on top. The nibbles platter was great and my main course beat me, too much food but well prepared and very tasty. Although a wedding was on and the brasserie full we had no problem finding a parking space in the free car park. The bar has a good stock of different drinks to choose from an a good wine list too. The bar itself is very modern with the mix of the 1920s furniture however some had seen better days. The wedding taking place in a separate area and the brasserie diners did not encroach on each other apart from people use the brasserie as a cut through to get to the hotel bedrooms rather than use the available door outside the brasserie entrance. Apart from an uncomfortable bed. my only real disappointment, however, not the hotels fault. but would have had a better time if the parents of the young children who spent 15 minutes crying and screaming had been paid some attention rather than ignored at 3.15am, 5am and again at 6.40. Yes we would go back and eat in the brasserie again.
We had room 30 if you want to avoid the hard bed
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