I am very fussy when it comes to hotels and on the whole I come away with several negatives in mind. Either the rooms are noisy, the design not to my taste, the room too hot to sleep, staff unaccommodating. However I would be pushed to find fault with this wonderful new boutique hotel in Exeter, luckily for us as our son has just started University down there so this will have been our first of many visits. I had read trip advisor comments before going and saw that there had been some teething problems particularly with the level of service in the restaurant. The hotel have obviously worked hard to resolve this situation as we had perfect service in the restaurant and the food was delicious! I loved our room, number 113 which is a feature room. The bed was very large and very comfortable. The facilities at the hotel are great - a small but all you need gym, a lovely spa, and a wonderful indoor/outdoor swimming pool, heated to 30 degrees throughout the winter! The location of this hotel is ideal, only being a few minutes walk into the town and with car parking at the front or in a car park to both right and left.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Magdalen Chapter combines old and new to create a stunning contemporary hotel. Service and quality are to the highest standard where integrated interiors and technology make your stay it’s most enjoyable. Situated close to the sophistication of Exeter’s centre, it's an ideal place to stay for a city break or to further explore Devon. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Du Vin Exeter Devon