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Kaim Park Hotel

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Guests1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
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#3 of 3 hotels in Bathgate
If you’re looking for a budget friendly hotel in Bathgate, look no further than Kaim Park Hotel. Internet access is offered to guests, and rooms at Kaim Park Hotel offer a flat screen TV. Guests of Kaim Park Hotel are also welcome to enjoy free breakfast, located on site. While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the pubs, including The Fairway Hotel and Restaurant, Toby Carvery Bathgate Farm, and Balbairdie Restaurant, all of which are a short distance from Kaim Park Hotel. If you’re looking for something to do, Cairnpapple Hill and Torphichen Preceptory are a nice way to spend some time. The staff at Kaim Park Hotel looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
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Flatscreen TV
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I was booked into this hotel for one reason it was a lot cheaper than any other hotel in the area. You get what you pay for. The hotel is nice in reception and the breakfast is excellent (included in the price). The rooms are where the hotel falls down - they are old and shabby. The shower and bathroom also needs refurbishing as very difficult to use. The bed is comfortable and we did get a good nights sleep despite being over the bar (on what sounded like a gig night or karaoke). Avoid room 7 if said gig/karaoke night. The personnel were excellent and very helpful.
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I visited this hotel and was pleasantly greeted on arrival, the room was of good standard but i was surprised by the lack of a restaurant for my evening meal. The breakfast was a OK but a bit limited as i do not have cooked breakfast, which looked good. I walked into Bathgate for my evening meal, I ate at the Heritage Indian restaurant, well worth the long walk, I might consider driving if I stay there again. I would consider staying here again when next in the area as good value.
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I had the misfortune of spending two abysmal weeks at this 'hotel'. Upon arrival I was greeted by a sign telling me to look in the bar if nobody was at reception.... great start. Eventually I find a woman pulling pints for the drunk locals. She ushered me back to reception and promptly sent me to my room with my key - the keyring was snapped/bitten in half. Straight away I was expecting the worst.... Upon entering my extremely small room I was slapped in the face by a warm/damp stench. Upon further inspection, it was obvious the room had not seen fresh air in a long time. This was reinforced by several moths hiding behind the curtains/peeling wallpaper. Commodities such as a hairdryer and a 18'' colour tv were provided free of charge - it even had a remote! The rest of the room was extremely dated - the furniture/fittings would look perfectly at home on the antiques roadshow! The place was thick with dust. The bathroom was a disgrace - the showers were mouldy and when you switched the shower on, warm/pungent air from the sewers filled the room. Be sure to pack a couple of pegs if you decide to stay here. When I tried to get some sleep, I noticed the bed linen had holes in it. On several occasions there was loud lager louts shouting/partying until 1am. If you are planning on working the next day - good luck! As I lay awake on my first night I gazed to the ceiling above.... and noticed a sock over the smoke detector. I assume the previous occupier needed some 'wacky backy' to get some sleep.... Not to worry, the free breakfast will refuel your batteries ready for the day ahead.... think again! Avoid - but if you do attempt to find something edible, be prepared to be treated as an inconvenience at all possible times. Overall the place was a complete shambles in every aspect possible. I've stayed in many hotels and I have never seen such disregard shown towards their guests. Avoid.
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On arrival I waited a long time before another guest alerted Staff that I requested Check In. The Staff looked demoralised, standing around drinking Red Bull. Guest request were met with huffs & sighs, sometimes a roll of eyes. The Double room was so small once I put my small case on the floor there was nowhere else to go. The bathroom door had to be shut to find space in there, otherwise you couldn’t sit on the toilet. Whole room was run down, and I constantly washed my hands as my nails were often grey due to the furniture. Breakfast was a shambles; fellow guests and I were made to feel like an inconvenience if you asked for a request. I asked for iced water to be told it wasn’t something served, the continental was the cheapest of cereal, full of sugar and my request for porridge was declined. The full English looked awful so I asked for a vegetarian option to be served two fried eggs and a plum tomato. Towels were clean; that’s the only positive I can write
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Was booked in here by family; wasn’t my choice but unfortunately I did have to pay the outrageous asking price of £80. Hotel is old and shabby. Toilet didn’t flush properly, windows didn’t lock properly, and there’s no wifi. There is no food or drinks on site (apparently that stopped 18 months ago). Place seems to be in the last slide towards being sold off for apartments. This place might have been good 30+ yers ago. Avoid.
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$81 - $102 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United KingdomScotlandBathgate
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