just got back from one night in this hotel, firstly on outside appearance,not really very inviting, and the rooms are dated and could do with refurbishment and soon, would not take a lot to make them more modern, however they are adequate, very good size and the bathrooms are pretty modern,could do with a heater in there though, beds are rather uncomfortable,however we had a nice sunny room with a view to the road so was pleased about that, the spa and pool facilities are excellent, however would be nice if they had private changing rooms.
The buffet breakfast was excellent, cannot fault it at all, enjoyed it very much, everything you could wish for , the dining area very pleasant and staff most helpful and cheerful.
overall the kingsgate is not what i call a top hotel, but average and probably good value for money and a family,however i was on a discounted tariff and certainly would not liked to have paid more.
The reception area could do with some brightening up , i also was curious as to why the receptionist enquired if we were a couple, we are, but what business is that of her's,we had pre-booked our rooms in advance, so cannot understand why this question was even asked.
I still enjoyed staying at the hotel, but not sure if i would return.More