Just returned from a 3 night bed,breakfast & evening meal break with my partner,father in law,daughter & grandaughter.The room my partner and I had was clean,functional and spacious for the 2 of us,decent powerful shower over bath and hot water was steaming,bordering on the dangerous! Bed was comfortable enough,tea & coffee making facilities were good and replenished when required.Wardrobe space was ok and drwer space also adequate.
If you are looking for luxury and all mod coms,you may well struggle.The decor could probably do with updating,a lick of paint here and there,bedding upgraded,but fortunately for us the weather was good & there was no need to linger indoors for any real length of time.
The lounge area was pleasant enough,but as other reviewers have stated,drinks are expensive at the bar.
Car parking is at a premium,most who obtain a space never move their car for fear of not regaining a spot!
Food was good,decent choice both at breakfast and evening,with veggy choices available.
Staff were friendly and helpful.
Beware,that rooms aren't available until 15.00 and this is strictly adhered to.
I have to say that the rooms for single occupancy did appear to be a bit pokey,both my father-in law and daughter with grandaughter were in single rooms,both on 3rd floor.Both appeared dull and dingy,although both had sea views.
Real downer was that disabled wheel chair lift was out of order,which wasn't a problem for us,but others certainly struggled.I'm sure others have also stated this has occurred and is poor when you think that the majority of guests are on Shearings coach holidays and are elderley!
All in all,I think the Marine is good value for money,in a decent location,but could do with a bit of TLC.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Built in the imposing Victorian style of the resort’s seafront, this handsome hotel boasts stunning views over the Irish Sea. Not only does it offer comfortable furnishings, friendly service and a swimming pool perfect for active moments, but also an ideal setting in the centre of the promenade, within easy walking distance of the town’s plentiful tourist attractions. Lazy days can be spent on the beach or pier, shopping for souvenirs, visiting the Alice in Wonderland Centre or taking a tram ride up The Great Orme, whilst numerous sporting pursuits are on offer locally. There is limited parking in the guest car park located behind the building but street parking is usually available nearby. For a break away discovering the very essence of North Wales - a region renowned for its beautiful coastline, Celtic heritage and the grandeur of Snowdonia - you could not be better placed than in Llandudno, at the Marine Hotel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Marine Hotel Llandudno
- Bay Marine Hotel Llandudno, Wales