I was booked into this hotel for business purposes by my publishers so I didn't choose it myself and don't know what it cost. Apparently it is supposed to be one of the best in the city. It was very comfortable, the bed one of the best I have slept in. It is very centrally located next to the Cathedral and in a pedestrianised area so I found it very quiet. Room nicely decorated and contemporary with flat screen tv and dvd player. Nice bathroom. Staff were very pleasant, nice bar and dining room, also a cafe. Breakfast was excellent with lots of choices like smoked salmon and scrambled eggs, or eggs benedict as well as the usual English breakfast choices. A lovely old building tastefully renovated into a modern hotel, it was great for an overnight stay and very handy for shopping, buses etc. It didn't have a great deal of character but I certainly had no complaints about the service.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Looking to the future of The Royal Clarence, we have every intention to rebuild the hotel with enormous sympathy. The 18th-century hotel, said to be one of the oldest in England, was gutted when a blaze spread from an adjacent building on Friday morning. The fire wrecked the inside of the landmark building and left the frontage on the brink of collapse. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Abode Exeter Hotel Exeter
- Exeter Abode Hotel
- Abode Hotel Exeter
- ABode Exeter Devon