Just returned from three nights at the Hotel Victoria. Paid £160 including breakfast - very reasonable.
On arrival we were quite impressed with the main reception area - and the receptionist was very pleasant and helpful. We were charged an extra £15 to park at the hotel (£5 per day) but were expecting this as read that there would be car park charges.
Our room was on the first floor facing the town (room 111). It was a large-ish room with very high ceilings. The double bed consisted of two singles pushed together. The room had tea/coffee making facilities, a hair dryer and a dated CRT tv with digital tv. There was plenty of storage available. We had to request an iron/ironing board but were able to keep it for the duration of our stay. The en suite included a bathtub and a shower. The room decor was a little tired but it was clean. The only issue we had with the room was the leak in the ceiling which sprung in to action when the person in the room directly above used the shower. We did inform reception of this but they were already aware of the issue and according to the staff member who visited the room to inspect the leak "they had known about it for a few weeks"....
Breakfast was served until 9:30am. It consisted of a cold buffet (cereals, ham, cheese, fruit and yogurts) and a waiter/waitress would take your order for a cooked breakfast (toast, bacon, sausage, egg, beans, mushroom, tomato, hash browns...) staff here were very attentive, the service was good and the breakfast tasty - a great start to the day. We did find the cutlery to be dirty on two occasions however and so had to swap for clean.
The location of the hotel was excellent. Right in the thick of the action and right on the beach. There is a tesco express immediately opposite and another supermarket just down the road for anything you might need. There are lots of bars and restaurants nearby including a wetherspoons (again directly opposite). Newquay town centre is a two minute stroll from the hotel and the train station is a five minute stroll. There are lots of take always (Chinese, Indian, Kebab and Pizza) nearby if you want them as well as more upmarket dine in restaurants - something for every budget .
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel Victoria has one of the best locations in Newquay, central but over looking the town's main beaches. Whether you're on business or pleasure the AA 3 Star Hotel Victoria is one of Newquay's finest hotels. Sitting on the cliffs above the golden sands of Great Western Beach with stunning sea views, but with the town centre's shops, bars, restaurants and attractions all on your door step, this is the ideal setting.The Hotel Victoria's rooms are individually styled all with en-suite and many with sea views. The Victoria has an indoor pool, spa bath, sauna, steam room and small gym. There are two restaurants on site; the hotel’s restaurant La Rochelle, and a Mexican restaurant, Senor Dicks. The hotel has limited parking available at a small extra charge. The hotel offers free Wi-Fi in the public areas. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Newquay Victoria
- Legacy Hotel Victoria - Newquay Cornwall