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Windsor Hotel
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Reviewed May 1, 2013

Tony from the Windsor greeted us promptly upon our late arrival and helped us out with free parking in the area. Very friendly and helpful guy.

We played extra for seaview room which was well worth it. A lovely bay window with seating area and a view to die for. Nice size room and huge en-suite. Only issue was the shower head fired water out at all angles and the shower tray would fill up with water before we were finished, but a minor issue in otherwise perfect stay.

Full English breakfast was incredible

  • Stayed: April 2013
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4  Thank alexswin
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skibumweymouth, Owner at Windsor Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded May 2, 2013

Thank you for your kind words and we are glad you enjoyed your stay with us. We note your comment about the shower head and have already replaced it. We look forward to you returning to see us in the future.

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Reviewed November 18, 2012

We found this to be everything previous reviewers have said - great location, nice hosts, wonderful views, comfy beds.... But it is definitely a b&b. Our room overlooked the beach and had a huge ensuite. We thought it was good value and would recommend to others.

Room Tip: It's worth going for the top of the range rooms for space and view
  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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7  Thank NW28
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Reviewed September 20, 2012

We were bowled over by the location and atmosphere at this wonderful hotel. We were booked in Room 11 which was not "en suite" but it may as well have been as the loo and shower were only a couple of steps away. Everything is spotlessly clean and the Hotel smells clean and fresh. We had a spectacular view of the sea with no main road between us and the beach - it was wonderful to be lulled to sleep by the sound of the waves - and the view of the sunrise over the Jurassic coast was awesome. Our photograph shows cars parked in front of the hotel, but this is not a through road and the Windsor is right at the end of a cul-de-sac,

Tony and Seonaid, our hosts, could not have been kinder and pandered to our strange dietary whims (a fresh lemon to go with our tea at breakfast, and poached/scrambled egg instead of fried) cheerfully and without a murmur of complaint. The breakfasts were superb, with mushrooms, baked beans, a hash brown and a fresh tomato in addition to the perfectly cooked egg, sausage and bacon. There was an excellent selection of cereals and fresh fruit as well as fruit juices and a choice of brown or white toast, and the both the breakfast and toast were piping hot and freshly cooked.

We loved the thoughtful extra touches, such as a fresh bottle of Highland spring water provided in our room and the well-stocked tea tray with biscuits and hot chocolate as well as plenty of tea bags, coffee and other essentials.

The location of the Hotel could not be better; it is in easy walking distance of the Railway Station (we did not need a taxi to get our luggage there) and of course, the lovely promenade which is just outside the front door. There is a thriving shopping centre on quaint streets just 10 minutes of flat walking from the hotel, and if you are feeling lazy, the "Dotto" or land train stops at the Weymouth Pier Bandstand only 50 yards away; for £1.50 you can travel all along to the impressive Weymouth Sealife Tower with its 360 degree views of the town. If you have forgotten to bring any essentials with you there is an excellent Premier convenience store within a few yards of the hotel situated in Lennox Street. We were able to stock up with razors, toiletries and even lotto tickets at this well-stocked store.

Our hosts, Tony and Seonaid, are very knowledgeable about the local area, and can help with locations of local attractions including pubs and restaurants.

Overall we were pleasantly surprised for the amount of luxury for the low price and will certainly return to this lovely hotel.

Room Tip: Try and book a room with a sea view. Rooms 10 and 11, although not en-suite, have a loo and shower so near to them that you will not notice this fact. Be warned though that 10 and 11 have a flight of 52 steps to access them.
  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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4  Thank Jannie_X
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Reviewed September 1, 2012

Tony, the host, was a lovely bloke, very helpful and did a great breakfast.
Unfortunately our room was a hot little shoebox overlooking a crappy concrete jungle. An aircon would have made a huge difference....even with the small window opened as much as possible there was little air movement and it remained uncomfortably hot. The furnishings were spartan, tv was tiny and the shower was so small you had to get out to turn around!!
Maybe you need to specify a sea view room or nothing.

Room Tip: Whatever you do, make sure you specify a sea view room or you will be sorry.
  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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5  Thank Rhonda S
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Reviewed July 31, 2012

Not really "hotel" - Poor value: £90 for a tiny double, window looking onto brickwall a few feet away, ensuite shower-room in a wardrobe sized area with such a small basin that you could barely wash your hands let alone fill the kettle, soap dish wobbled and a portable TV so high up that I needed binoculars to see the scores. Seems good reviews come from guests lucky enough to have a sea view. Still on the plus it was clean, the host friendly and a good one-night stop to watch the sailing.

Room Tip: Ask for a seaview
  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with family
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2  Thank rosemary b
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