The hotel is small, with only 15 or so rooms. It is located in a string of older buildings now connected and refurbished to modern standards. The small, very narrow, and twisting stairways and hallways give it a bit of character, despite the ubiquitous purple decor found everywhere. Its location in Marlow is in the near the main stretch of shopping and restaurants, as well as the Thames and its' adjacent footpath. It's great if you only need to walk, not so great if you have a car - there's no hotel parking. The adjoining restaurant and pub, the George and Dragon, provides breakfast and dinner. I found the breakfast to be adequate. If you choose a meal plan add-on to your hotel room the dinner choices are from a restricted and limited menu.
The room I was given had a firm but comfortable double bed (queen sized in US standards), a small TV with many channels, a workdesk, and full bathroom. The shower had plenty of pressure and good flow. The tub was nice and long, which allowed for a good soak. Things seemed generally well-maintained and clean. There were newer windows installed behind the older exterior windows, creating a very quiet environment despite the traffic just outside. There was no telephone in the room. I had a weekly internet access plan for £10. It was fast, but the connection was flaky at times. If staying in Marlow again, I would come back here if I had no car. If I had a car, I'd go to the Crowne Plaza instead, or perhaps stay in an adjacent city.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located just off Marlow's popular high street, a short walk from the Thames and the annual regatta. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Premier Inn Marlow Hotel Marlow