I stayed at the Royal Maritime Club for one night whilst I was away with work and was pleasantly surprised by my experience!
On arrival at the hotel, I was unable to park in the free spaces so parked on the car park opposite the hotel which cost £10 for up to 24 hours. From the outside, the hotel does look a little dated and on entering, it does seem a bit strange! But once I got to my room, I could have been in any of the standard budget hotels. I chose a deluxe room (116) which was quite small, but modern and well-equipped with a comfortable double bed, flat screen tv, tea and coffee and a good shower. The walls do seem quite thin though as I could hear next door's tv quite loudly. The double glazing also couldn't keep out the noise from the seagulls!
The staff were great. When I asked what time the pool was open until, they replied what ever time I wanted which I thought was really good. Whilst the pool and jacuzzi were only small, it was quiet so quite nice to have a wind down after a long drive.
I didn't eat in the hotel as Gunwharf Quays is only a short walk away so opted to eat in there. It's also really close to the historic dockyard.More
- Free Wifi