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We booked into this Victorian 3-4.star hotel as it is on the seafront, offered a room with a seaview and seemed to offer a touch of good old-fashioned 'style'......
The hotel is certainly architecturally 'Grand' and at £90.00 a night (room only) seemed reasonable....that is...More
We had a party of 11 for dinner. What a wonderful afternoon we had at the Queens. The whole atmosphere was warm, friendly and something rather special. Every member of staff were helpful and welcoming. I must pick out two in particular who made the...More
Stayed here recently staff are friendly and rooms were massive and clean however a little over priced for what it is. We ate in the bar and paid nearly £7 for a couple of slices of Turkey in two bits of thin bread, have eaten...More
Stopped in room 251 kept getting phone calls all night on phone for reception and you could hear the lift going up and down with the lift shaft next to the bed the room should never of been let out.
When we complained they offered...More
we stayed here and really enjoyed it. Big rooms (we had a family room which was actually two rooms in one) with lots of original features. Lovely location just outside of the city with gardens and a short walk to the sea. Yes it could...More
$95 - $201 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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My favourite things to do are visit the historic dockyards, have a browse around Gun Wharf outlet shopping Mall, walk along the promenade and visit the pub with the best view of all, the Still and West, best to book a window... More
My favourite things to do are visit the historic dockyards, have a browse around Gun Wharf outlet shopping Mall, walk along the promenade and visit the pub with the best view of all, the Still and West, best to book a window table upstairs if you want to eat there-hope this helps -