We were collecting our daughter from University so needed to stay in Eastbourne for one night. I found a newspaper offer for this hotel £50 a room per night without breakfast. It was £6 cheaper than the travelodge so we booked it.On arrival the the owner? was very friendly, very informative and polite.Although I was a little disappointed that the reception was actually the lounge bar! First bonus was that there was a lift! But on entering the room I was disappointed. The uplighter on the ceiling gave poor light, the room was quite small.It was 2 singles joined together and we spent the night rolled into the join.As the room was small and was 2 singles, we only got one bedside table.The wardrobe and drawers were 'tired' white MFI furniture. The carpet was lovely and probably new.The bathroom was small and dated with the shower in an alcove. The kettle (travel kettle) andcups was on a shelf by the bathroom and didnt look especially clean.The room seemed dust free and reasonably clean though there were 2 dead bluebottles on the windowsill?? Personally, I dont like the tv on the wall, and it was. This hotel had a lovely 'beer' garden at the back, which was a surprise. It was beautifully laid out and with seating. According to the newspaper this room should have been £75 with breakfast, (optional at £7 each)the breakfast would have to be very good for that price. We had a lovely breakfast elsewhere for £5.50 each.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Savoy Court Hotel aims to be your home from home on the South Coast of Britain. Our prominent location puts you right in the lively heart of Eastbourne – renowned as one of the sunniest towns in the country. You’ll be only 100 metres from the iconic Victorian pier and seafront, and within twenty minutes of Beachy Head and the South Downs national park, where you will be awarded stunning views of East Sussex.Eastbourne offers theatres that regularly host famous West End stars and plays, galleries, shopping, hundreds of bars and restaurants, and transport links to London and Brighton, as well as historical towns such as Herstmonceux, Lewes and Hastings. Furthermore, Newhaven Harbour provides access to France, and is only a short train-journey away.The building is a Grade II-listed historic townhouse, and the Savoy Court’s cosy atmosphere makes it a perfect getaway from hectic city life, our recently refurbished bar and garden is the ideal place to relax and enjoy a drink, and the restaurant is perfect suited to private events and functions, with its own bar and the ability to cater for up to 60 guests.Our friendly staff always strive to go the extra mile; we live on-site, so you can be sure of our personal attention to your needs. Excellence of service and the comfort of our guests is our highest priority, and we will do everything to ensure that you enjoy your stay. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Savoy Court Eastbourne