See why so many travelers make Rowhill Grange Hotel & Utopia Spa their hotel of choice when visiting Dartford. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Rooms at Rowhill Grange Hotel Utopia offer a flat screen TV providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A concierge and room service are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A pool and breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Rowhill Grange Hotel Utopia, free parking is available.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Dartford, Rowhill Grange Hotel & Utopia Spa is located a short distance from FO Nathaniel John Barry Memorial (2.5 mi) and The Manor Gatehouse (2.6 mi).
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Dartford's popular ribs restaurants such as Sedir Restaurant, Twin Chinese Noodle Bar & Restaurant, and Royal Siam, all a short distance from Rowhill Grange Hotel Utopia.
If you’re looking for something to do, Stephen Oliver: Studio & Gallery is a nice way to spend some time.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Rowhill Grange Hotel & Utopia Spa as you experience all of the things Dartford has to offer.
We booked a last minute "Refresh & Renew" deal which included an overnight stay, restaurant voucher, spa access and 1 treatment. This was quite expensive as all in we spent about £550-600. This is similar or slightly more expensive than other luxury spa hotels in the Kent area so we had high hopes. The gardens are beautiful and the food and service for our evening meal were great. The spa is also a lovely experience with good treatments. However, the room was a bit disappointing - clean but dated and a little worn (we had been upgraded to a junior suite in the main building). The bathroom was rather dated too. We expected more from what is advertised on the website as well as the price. After our spa treatments we went out to the terrace for a drink - none of the tables had been cleaned (all had drinks rings and bits of food). We couldn't order at the bar due to COVID restrictions which is understandable, but there was only 1 bar waitress serving inside and out so it took 40 mins for a menu to be given to us despite asking a number of times. We encountered the same when we went down for a pre-dinner drink. Again, given the cost of the drinks and this being advertised as an upmarket place, we expected more attentive service. Overall we did have a lovely relaxing break and the staff were very friendly but there are some improvements that could be made. Based on the price weighed up against service and room quality, I would recommend Rowhill Grange for a day trip (spa and lunch) more than an overnight stay.…
I made a booking for three people for afternoon tea and included a note to say that we would be bringing a five-week old baby and would need a table with enough space to accommodate her. When we arrived, on a blazing hot and sunny afternoon, we were offered an outside table with no sunshade. The only alternative, which we had to accept, was to have two small tables pushed together and placed against a wall. This meant that we could not face one another, as two people had to sit along the same side. One of the small tables still held the debris from the previous diners and we waited almost twenty minutes for this to be cleared and menus brought. When I wrote to complain, the respondent said he was sorry if it came across that the hotel was not prepared for us. Either they had not read my note, or they had read it and done nothing. The service was very slow, although I do not entirely blame the waiting staff; there were too few for the number of diners. The quality of the food was satisfactory (the scones were delicious), although the amount of jam and cream was paltry and no milk was brought or offered with the hot tea; it took two requests to rectify this. My second email has elicited no response. I will not be returning.…
I bought my Mum here for her 70th birthday. We had two spa treatments each which were divine. Sophie did my full body massage and Hayley, my facial, both amazing. I’d also booked lunch in RG’s, which was lovely. We asked to sit out on the terrace as the weather was beautiful! I was a bit worried looking at previous reviews but the food was great and for a set menu, good value too. Service was slow at time’s, drinks took about 20 minutes to come, they weren’t busy but not the end of the world. Elizabeth was very attentive and is a credit to the hotel.
My wife had afternoon tea with friends and they all enjoyed every second of their visit. Staff, service and setting all perfect. Unfortunately she left a birthday present in the restaurant and left without it. Two days later we returned and spoke with three members of staff who were all incredibly helpful and found the lost present. Stevie was particularly lovely and a credit to Rowhill Grange.
Myself and my partner visited for an overnight stay on a Saturday night. We booked a luxury king room including the full works breakfast, dinner in RGs restaurant, a visit to the spa and afternoon tea on the Sunday. The car sat nav unwittingly directed us to turn off just after where the actual entrance is to the hotel which was not very well signposted and we ended up driving down a narrow unmade road, as we turned back we noticed a sign at the entrance advising that sat nav will have made a mistake !, Google maps is more accurate !. The hotel is situated in very impressive grounds which were nice to walk around. Check-in was good and reception were very helpful and room was ready. The room was very nice, clean, very comfortable bed, nice en-suite. Upon arrival we had lunch in the bar area. We had to request a table outside 3 times before anyone cleaned a table and made it available, the bar service appeared in disarray and was reminiscent of a scene from the TV programme 'Below Deck' I will say the staff themselves were very polite, just either short staffed or badly organised (note it was not very busy in the hotel). Lunch consisted of croque madam which was nice but my partners bagel was stale and 2 requests for condiments never materialised. We then attended the spa which was very nice, not busy maybe due to covid, but the facilities were good, clean and the Roman theme was very good. Dinner in RGs was a big disappointment. Booking info says strictly no sportswear yet most people were wearing either trainers of flip flops. The dress code is not an issue for me personally but why have this requirement on the booking and not follow through with it ?, just remove it. The food itself was extremely underwhelming, The choice of starters was poor, I only liked the prawn cocktail and my partner didn`t like any of the choices (we are not fussy eaters). For mains we had the pork belly which was nice and the steak. The steak was £33 and for the money was very disappointing, medium/rare but quite chewy. Service in the restaurant was however very good. Breakfast in the morning was again a disappointment. Scrambled eggs were nice but the poached eggs were rock hard, these were returned and when re-served 1 of the 2 was again rock hard. Service was slow. Afternoon tea again a disappointment, £27 per head, the sandwiches were ok but we struggled to tell what filling was in each as there was hardly any, especially the egg mayonnaise which was simply like eating 2 slices of bread. Scones were ok and the cakes were average at best. Overall, very nice venue, nice location, good facilities but considering the money paid it is reasonable to expect much better food and service. Very underwhelming and there are much better places to visit.…