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Preston Park Hotel
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Reviewed October 6, 2007

My wife and I stayed at this "3/4 *" hotel, and were completley disgusted.

We paid £69 for 1 night (I know, they saw us coming!), with no breakfast included!!

We finally managed to locate our room, through the maze of corridors, and we were quite upset at the standard. The room was about at boiling point, and the traffic from the road outside was deafening! The bed was somewhat decrepit, and bedding had cigarette burns in it, and the wall paper was fighting a losing battle with the walls to stay attached. The bathroom was no better. Upon examination (how clinical am I?!), the bath had several pubic hairs in it (alarming as I was still fully clothed!).

On our way downstairs to go out for the evening, we saw several ceiling tiles riddled with damp falling from the ceiling.
By the time we arrived back at the hotel, we were hungry. But by 11 pm the bar had closed, so we thought we would take the hotels suggestion, and order some food on room service, which according to the leaflet in the information pack, was available 24 hours a day. Obviously however, not this day! We were advised to get the yellow pages and order a takeaway!

On our way back to the room, the corridors were stinking of vomit.

Thankfully morning came fairly quickly, and we were able to check out, and quite clearly, our custom was not appreciated, as the guy on reception only grunted in our general direction.

All in all, a thoroughly miserable night, which has seriously put us off returning to Brighton in the future.

  • Stayed: October 2007, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank niallandbeckie
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Reviewed September 25, 2007

This is the worst hotel that I have stayed in, certainly in Europe, if not the world. It is very expensive, even by the outlandish Brighton standards. The curtains were broken. The window was dirty. They lie about having a pool, when they do not. There was building work going on, resulting in ladders being left around. They charged us extra for breakfast when they should not. And they refused to deal with our complaints. Do not stay here unless you are really desperate and even then, stay somewhere else.

  • Stayed: September 2007, traveled with family
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3  Thank chandos9
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Reviewed September 23, 2007

I stayed for just one night but found it very clean and comfortable and good value at £60. The room was a bit small but that is England for you. The meal in the restaurant was excellent - definitely I would stay there agin.

2  Thank Passepartout55
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Reviewed September 9, 2007

From the road you see the Fawlty Towers similarity but hope it’s just the façade. As you struggle with your cases through the cumbersome doors you realise it isn’t at all like Fawtly Towers, it is in fact much worse.

It’s not the Abigail’s Party décor, the Krypton Factor windows, the soft-as-granite mattress or the mouldy shower curtain that sum this place up. It is in fact the leaflet in the rooms. Slightly faded like a menu outside a Red Lion Pub in Spain, with wonderful pictures of facilities which were once new. All except the pool which sports a biro X scratched across a couple enjoying a swim. Clearly they’re very sorry this facility is not currently available.

I recommend a stay in the Preston Park Hotel, preferably of less than 15 minutes. You’ll find it rather amusing.

  • Stayed: September 2007, traveled on business
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1  Thank cpr2004
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Reviewed August 11, 2007

stayed in this hotel in august for 2 nights for our anniversary,it was terrible,dirty smelly rooms,with a 70s theme!overpriced,none of the tvs in hotel were working,the pool and spa didnt exsist!had to change rooms on the 2nd night due to noisy neighbours,that room was just as bad!dont bother with this hotel!!!

Stayed: August 2007
1  Thank ripata
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