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Glenmoriston Town House
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Reviewed January 24, 2009

The room was OK with a good shower - no bath, but prices could have been lower, especially in January.
Had dinner in the Contrast Brasserie in the hotel annex. Service was good, but meal was spoilt by one of the "toughest" Sirloin Steaks. After complaining re this, when asked if I had enjoyed the steak, one might have expected to have been offered a complimentary coffee - now that would have been the sign of excellent service!
Breakfast was also, unfortunately, also served in the Brasserie. One does not expect to have to walk across a car park to a hotel annex for breakfast, especially in the winter.
Also, when checking out, hotel bill was presented on a blank piece of paper - no hotel stationary used, until this was queried. Also no "Did you have an enjoyable stay" asked by the Receptionist.
It is the little things that make an enjoyable stay - clearly there is room for improvement here.

  • Stayed: January 2009, traveled on business
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Thank Douglas19Ed
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Reviewed December 16, 2008

We were touring Scotland on an extended trip from New Zealand. This place was the highlight of our trip. The food in Axis restaurant was subperb. European serving staff who knew how to provide tip top service and the dishes were to die for. The deserts were out of this world. The wine waiter was a delight and although French knew as much about New Zealand wines as we do!

This set the standard for our whole trip, and unfortunately spoiled us totally.

I would definately recommmed The Glenmoriston if ever in Inverness.

  • Stayed: October 2008
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Thank AucklandNelluc
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Reviewed September 8, 2008

My fiance and I booked 1 night as we were having a night out in Inverness. We got a great rate through late rooms of £90 room only. The hotel has a nice reception and bar area. Our room was not in the main hotel area so we were a little worried when we were lead past the noisy kitchen to our room. We were please when the door blocked all the noise. The room was fairly pleasant although small but bed was huge. Our window looked onto the next building with a path running past our window so we did have to close the curtains. The coffee machine was an added bonus and we had no bath but a good shower. We had a few drinks in the piano bar which was really nice. Worth the £90 we paid would stay again.

Stayed: September 2008
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Reviewed August 30, 2008

Booked this hotel mainly for location for a friends wedding as it was only a 2 minute walk from the church. Reception area was lovely as was the piano bar, however the music was very loud considering there was only 2 of us there. Staff were extremely friendly and hospitable. The receptionist also allowed us a later check out, which was very helpful for us.
We booked a superior room costing £110 for one night on a Room only basis through laterooms.com, this room usually costs £160. I do not feel it was worth the £110 nevermind anymore. It was room 11, an attic room. The wallpaper was peeling off the walls in parts, the TV looked approx 10 years old and was on a stand on the floor which meant you couldn't see it from your bed and the remote control didn't work. We had arrived after 11pm so didn't realise until the morning of the wedding we didn't have a shower. We had a bath with a 'telephone' shower attachment. As this was an attic room, we couldn't stand up in the bath to use the shower. we had to sit or kneel in the bath to get showered whilst holding the shower attachment in one hand. I was not impressed at all with this considering this hotel describes its superior rooms as luxurious and containing all 'mod cons'. I think a shower cubical is a must in any hotel describing itself as "one of the finest luxury hotels in Scotland, and is certainly the best luxury hotel in the Scottish Highlands". The wifi didn't work either in our room. There was a trouser press, iron and board, 2 dressing gowns and tea/coffee making facilities in the room but this doesn't make it luxurious. Also the next morning from 8am there was loud banging and noise outside. It seems the windows were getting cleaned and the building was being painted in parts. No one informed us of this and it did wake us earlier than we had wanted especially after a long drive the night before. In conclusion to this I will not stay here again as it was not good value for money. On reflection we should've stayed in one of the chain hotels nearby and driven to the church as it would've been better value.

  • Stayed: August 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 24, 2008

The hotel's rooms are very small and are 3 star standard, and for the price they charge is taking the michael - this is not 'the best luxury hotel in the hiighlands'..see their web site...we have been to better.
The Bistro's food was poor, and again over priced. Breakfasts took an age to arrive even tho there were only 8 guests and two serving. Tables were left with empty plates on them and staff attitde from reception to restaurant complacent. This hotel and its restaurants need to be reinspected - their web site is misleading.

  • Stayed: July 2008, traveled on business
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Thank BytheQuay
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