Wiltshire, United Kingdom

Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa

Rates from (ex tax)$275.85

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 21 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (GBP260.00), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

Style

Epicurean country pile

Setting

Woodland, hedges and herbs

With a Michelin-rated restaurant, acclaimed spa and 500-acres of picturesque gardens and woodland in Wiltshire, Lucknam Park hotel is a grande country pile that has it all. Did we mention the on-site equestrian centre that houses 35 well-groomed horses? Well, they have one of those, too. Luxurious rooms and suites, tennis courts, two pools, a football pitch, a cookery school and a croquet lawn can all be checked off, as well. It’s as wonderful a place for families with children in search of an activity-filled holiday as it is for couples in search of a quiet and relaxing weekend in the country.

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Facilities

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Need to know

Rooms

42, including 13 suites.

Check–Out

12pm, but flexible (subject to availability). Earliest check-in, 3pm.

Rates

Double rooms from $275.85 (£217), excluding tax at 20 per cent.

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 21 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (GBP260.00), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

More details

Rates exclude breakfast (from £20).

Also

Noticed some split ends? Sharpen up with a trim in the spa’s hair salon. Four-legged friends are treated very well here; they'll be pampered with a dedicated post-walk grooming area, special doggy menu from Lily's Kitchen and à la carte cooked treats. Bedding, crates, fleeces, towels and bowls are provided, and the in-room ‘canine compendium’ lists local routes for walkies, dog-friendly attractions and pet shops.

At the hotel

Spa, wellness centre, gym, personal trainers, fitness classes, 500 acres, cookery school, library of books and DVD/CDs, equestrian centre, tennis courts, croquet, bicycles, walking trails, football pitch and free WiFi throughout. In rooms: flatscreen TV, DVD player, iPod dock, free bottled water and Anne Sémonin products.

Our favourite rooms

The Coral Suite is the Grand Master, both in name and in appearance. Striped yellow wallpaper, a four-poster bed with a pleated canopy and tapestry cushions, ornate chandelier, fireplace and postcard-worthy views of the grounds make this our hands-down favourite. The romantic and feminine Juliet Suite (a Grand Suite) is more wallet-friendly. The four-poster bed is swathed in blue and cream silk, trimmed with beads, and windows are hung with chinoiserie silk curtains in a matching blue.

Poolside

Take your pick: there’s an indoor heated pool, an indoor and outdoor hydrotherapy pool and an outdoor saltwater plunge pool. The award-winning spa has nine luxurious treatment rooms, thermal cabins, sauna and steam rooms and a fitness suite.

Packing tips

Jodhpurs, riding boots, Barbour jacket, cashmere and pearls.

Also

Lucknam Park offers valet parking and a concierge service. Try to book restaurant meals, spa treatments and equestrian pursuits before arrival, as they can book up fast.

Pet‐friendly

For £25 a night each, up to two dogs can stay in their owners' room, but not public areas. Only some rooms are suitable for dogs, so please call to to check availability before booking. Dogs must be on leads at all times and can frolic on the lawns. See more pet-friendly hotels in Wiltshire.

Children

This hotel goes out of its way to keep children entertained, with croquet, riding lessons, football, games and much more besides. Extra beds (£25) and cots (£15) can be provided in some rooms and suites, on request.

Overview

This hotel goes out of its way to keep children entertained, with table tennis, croquet, riding lessons, football, games and much more besides. Extra beds (£25) and cots (£15) can be provided in some rooms and suites, on request.

Best for

Any age, as long as they’re not scared of horses.

Recommended rooms

Suites are spacious and there are several interconnecting and adjoining rooms, ideal for families with tots. Extra beds (£25 a night) and cots (£15 a night) can be added to some Park Rooms, Cottage Suites, Grand Suites and the Grand Suite Courtyard.

Activities

We defy any child to get bored here, with tennis courts, croquet, five-a-side football pitch, an indoor pool, spa, equestrian centre for beginners and advanced, children’s cookery classes in the summer holidays and show-jumping classes in July.

Swimming pool

Children are allowed in the heated indoor pool from 7am to 11am and 3pm to 10pm (9pm on weekends), but keep an eye on less confident water babies.

Meals

Little Smiths are allowed in the Brasserie. There’s a children’s menu, highchairs and packed lunches are available. Staff are happy to heat up baby food and milk. Over-fives can eat in the main restaurant.

Babysitting

Babysitting with a local nanny is available (£40 an hour; book in advance).

No need to pack

Board games, DVDs and CDs are provided.

Eco‐friendly

Food is organic and locally sourced; waste is recycled; the majority of staff are local; the hotel is a member of the Carbon Trust.

Food and Drink

Photos Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa food and drink

Top Table

Sit by the windows and eye-up the lush grounds.

Dress Code

Jackets, ties, elegant frocks and jewels; turn up to the Park in a t-shirt and trainers and you may find they can't fit you in (smart denim is OK). Casual threads are fine for the Brasserie.

Hotel restaurant

Chef Hywel Jones earned the Park its Michelin star; he’s stayed put for six years, turning out elegant culinary creations such as loin of lamb with crushed peas, wild garlic, pancetta and morels and passion fruit cream with lemongrass, palm sugar sorbet and a mango shot. Tear your eyes away from your plate to admire the high ceiling, ornamented with a fresco of the sky and studded with opulent crystal chandeliers (the dining room was once the ballroom). Then there’s the Brasserie, which shares the same building as the spa. This is a much more relaxed affair: open kitchen with a wood-burning stove, comfy cream armchairs, wooden tables and views of the garden. Sunday lunch is a lavish affair with spot-hitting roast chicken, rthick Aberdeen Angus steaks and desserts that will send you into a food coma for the remainder of the day.

Hotel bar

The Drawing Room is an elegant affair, perfect for postprandials. Stick with English tradition and have a G&T or Pimm’s in summer, and a whisky in winter.

Last orders

Drinks are served in the Drawing Room till late. The Park is open all week for breakfast (7.30am–10.30am), Tuesday to Sunday for dinner (6.30pm–10pm) and Sunday lunch (12.30pm-2.30pm); the Brasserie is open all week from breakfast to dinner, 7.30am–10pm.

Room service

The 24-hour room service mirrors the restaurant menus.

Location

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Address
Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa
Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa, Colerne
SN14 8AZ
Wiltshire
United Kingdom

Planes

Bristol airport is 40km away; flights land here from other parts of the UK and across Europe.

Trains

It’s only seven miles from Lucknam Park to Chippenham train station, or nine miles to Bath Spa, both on the mainline from London Paddington and both served by First Great Western (www.firstgreatwestern.co.uk).

Automobiles

If you’re planning more than a two-night stay, wheels will be handy for exploring the Cotswolds, nearby Chippenham and Bath. Park for free on site at the hotel, which also has valet parking.

Worth getting out of bed for

You could easily while away a week here without leaving the hotel; with the hotel’s flotilla of facilities (pools, five-a-side football pitch, tennis courts, croquet lawn, bicycles and nature trails) mean boredom isn’t just unlikely, it’s downright impossible. The spa really is stunning – treat yourselves to a hot stone massage, a salt exfoliation or a deep marine purifying facial – and there's a wellness centre offering yoga and pilates classes as well as personal trainers to ensure you come back from your stay in tip-top condition. Classes in the hotel's own cookery school (overseen by Michelin-starred executive chef Hywel Jones) start at £175.00 per person. If you’ve always dreamed of having your own Black Beauty or Desert Orchid, head down to the equestrian centre. The 35 resident horses are used to both beginners and pros, there’s a training pen and even the chance to attend specialist classes with top riders from around the world. After a riding lesson or two, up the horsepower at Castle Combe’s racing circuit, where you can take a selection of seriously fast cars for a spin – or keep it simple and try a spot of go-karting (www.castlecombecircuit.co.uk). Bath is only six miles away; it would be a shame not to acquaint yourself with the scenic city’s Regency architecture, chic boutiques, bustling bars and colour-rich countryside.

Local restaurants

The beautiful Castle Inn (+44 (0)1249 782206) in Castle Combe is a great place for a pint and some classic pub fare. Dress up for the Bybrook Restaurant (+44 (0)1249 782206) at the Manor House Hotel in Castle Combe, which sources many ingredients from its own orchard and kitchen garden and boasts an idyllic setting. The White Hart (+44 (0)01249 782213) – a restaurant and pub in nearby Ford – is just a five-minute drive from the hotel; Hendrick's gin-cured salmon, Gloucester Old Spot sausages and crispy confit duck leg with pak choi sit alongside slabs of perfectly prepared Yorkshire steak on their mouthwatering menu. 

Local bars

One of the two pubs in the centre of Castle Combe, the White Hart (+44 (0)1249 782295) is informal and popular with the locals for an ale or three. Have a drink at the Smith-approved Kings Arms in Monkton Farleigh (+44 (0)1225 858705).

Reviews

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Anonymous review

There comes a time in every youngish man’s life when the one-bedroom flat he calls home starts to feel a bit poky. For me, that moment came when Mrs Smith moved in… and started unpacking her clothes. Five years on, she’s still unpacking. Then a certain Master Smith arrived bringing his own spatial requirements and suddenly [deep sigh] we’re househunting. Problem is, estate agents will only show us places I can afford, not places I think would suit me. It’s a dispiriting tour of crushed dreams and views over railways.

A restorative break is in order, and while a sun-drenched drive through rolling English countryside is a tonic, it’s not until Lucknam Park Hotel’s gates open to reveal a mile-long double avenue of 400 lime and beech trees that I feel fully restored. The avenue – so capacious that the RAF hid planes along it during the war – leads to an elegant, honey-coloured country house set in 500 acres of glorious parkland. Harry the managing director is there to meet us, and charms us instantly by greeting infant Master Smith by name. That’s pretty classy. And so is our room, located in the former stables across a picture-perfect courtyard of Oxbridge college-grade lawn and spectacular flowers. If you crave modernist minimalism in your interiors, keep walking – but only as far as the stunning new spa building behind – because the bedrooms at Lucknam Park are studies in comfort and restrained luxury. Patterned fabrics, wallpapers and hand-woven carpets cohabit in sumptuously good taste.

My eye settles on a welcome plate of strawberries, chocolates and a half-bottle of iced champagne which I’m about to pop when Mrs Smith drops the bombshell that she has booked us a session at the hotel’s Equestrian Centre. Fine for her, she’s a proper horsewoman; I can only stop by falling off. Nevertheless, after half an hour’s expert tuition in the ‘lunge arena’ my hands-free rising trot is looking sharp, and my charming instructor and I set off on a hack round the estate. By the end I’m cantering through stunning woodland, ducking to avoid low branches, euphorically channelling my inner Errol Flynn. (Memo to estate agents: in future only show me properties with stables.)

Afterwards, I take a creaky-thighed stroll through the hotel’s exquisite gardens. Each corner reveals a new delight, from a traditional English walled garden with broad floral borders, to a modish Oriental style sub-tropical garden, all linked by a pathway of pleached trees. The wide lawns beyond gently slope away to far horizons of perfect Wiltshire countryside. It’s heavenly.

For our first evening we opt for a quiet night in with room service and a DVD, so next morning we are up bright, early and ravenous. An exemplary full English Breakfast is a hearty start, but happily I find room for some pastries, and oh wow: the orange and chocolate muffin is the lightest, most ethereal mouthful of sweet loveliness I’ve ever eaten.

Next stop, the spa, where I’ve bravely plumped for the 90-minute Deep Clean Detox Facial. I say bravely because the last facial I had was in a Taiwanese salon in New York where the pore ‘extraction’ was so fierce that the therapist practically knelt on my throat to get purchase. Today’s experience is something else entirely. Wonderful, fragrant Anne Semonin potions dabbed on and massaged in, an ice-cold mask slathered over then peeled off (I retrieve it from the bin afterwards and use it to spook Mrs Smith for the rest of our stay) and an extraction as light-touched and pleasurable as can be. Better yet, I look about 14 afterwards.

During Mrs Smith’s treatments I explore the other facilities at this world-class spa. The pool is perfect for notching up lengths, or for idlers like me just to laze on the shallow steps. But I’m spoiled for choice for lazing locations: there are loungers everywhere, heated ceramic beds in the Tepidarium, an open-air saltwater plunge pool in the terraced gardens that melt seamlessly into the surrounding grounds, an indoor-outdoor hydrotherapy pool with jets and nozzles a-go-go, and thermal cabins that run the gamut from steam to sauna via Japanese salt and amethyst rooms. (There’s also a state-of-the-art gym. Apparently.)

The afternoon teas at Lucknam Park are legendary, but we have grand plans for supper so instead we drive off to the Georgian glory of Bath, 15 minutes away, and the biscuit-tin Cotswold villages of Castle Combe (so quaint it hurts) and Lacock, filming location for everything from Cranford to Harry Potter.

Back to Lucknam Park for an eagerly awaited supper at their Michelin-starred restaurant. The hotel arranges a delightful babysitter, allowing us to dress up and repair to the library for pre-prandial champagne cocktails. Evening sunlight streams in, bathing the whole place in the golden hue it deserves. We choose the Gourmet Menu, and it’s a fabulous meal. Seven courses begin with mini ice-cream cones of salmon, take in superb loin of local Wiltshire lamb with white asparagus and morels, and end with a show-stopping pudding of banana tart, salted caramel ice-cream and popcorn foam. The waiters have something in common with everyone working at Lucknam Park: that indefinable essence that epitomises exceptional service. Nothing is too much trouble, every request is met with ease, and most wondrous of all you just really like them. That’s rare in individuals, but to find it in an entire staff must be almost unique.

Leaving Lucknam Park is a genuine wrench, and on checkout day we cling on in the spa as long as we decently can. A delicious, healthy lunch in the brasserie keeps the dream alive a little longer but we are only delaying the inevitable. Back to London, and back to the drawing board with the estate agents. If I can’t have a mile-long drive, a dovecote, a croquet lawn and an arboretum, I’m not moving at all.

The Guestbook

Whenever you book a stay at a Smith Hotel with us, we’ll invite you to review it when you get back. Read what other Smith members had to say in Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa’s Guestbook below.

We loved

Everything. The staff were genuinely attentive, friendly and welcoming. Wonderful spa, great equestrian centre, relaxing lounges and grounds. Lots to do for everyone or lots not to do! Visit The Six Bells in Colerne.

Don’t expect

To not be charged for every last cup of tea! I would rather pay more for the room than have hundreds of charges on our bill for minor things!

Rating

Stayed on 11 Nov 2016

We loved

Everything. The complete experience was beautiful and peaceful. But what made it all very special was the hotel team. They are excellent. Recommend a lovely morning walk in the estate grounds and then picturesque Castle Coombe nearby.

Don’t expect

Noise

Rating

Stayed on 10 Sep 2016

We loved

The surroundings

Don’t expect

No aircon in rooms. Spa not up to five star standards

Rating

Stayed on 1 Sep 2016

We loved

The room Jasmine, absolute perfection. The food in both restaurants is excellent. The spa glorious in hot weather, all the staff, extremely friendly, know their guests likes and rare dislikes and nothing seems too much for them to help make our stay perfect every time. Excellent farm shop in Allington, great food, antique shop and much more

Don’t expect

This stay, our expectations were exceeded!

Rating

Stayed on 27 Aug 2016

We loved

The hotel and its surroundings are lovely. The rooms are very comfortable. The food is great. The spa is top-notch. And the service is impeccable, yet very friendly. We had a wonderful time, and hope to be back. Castle Combe and Laycock are pretty villages nearby

Don’t expect

A small bill (but be assured it's worth every penny) 

Rating

Stayed on 12 Aug 2016

We loved

The swimming pool and spa are the highlight, food was excellent – particularly the afternoon tea

Don’t expect

A comfortable room for the basic rates, ours was low ceiling and with a constantly dripping shower.

Rating

Stayed on 1 Jul 2016

We loved

The peace and tranquility. The amazing views across the bay to the Volcano. The restaurant - small but lovely with fresh produce used daily. The staff - always attentive but not obtrusive.

Don’t expect

Loud, raucous music. Easy access (lots of stairs),

Rating

Stayed on 29 May 2016

We loved

Beautiful surroundings, truly memorable food, attention to detail by very friendly, helpful staff, the tranquillity of the location - it really was the perfect place to escape and unwind. Can't recommend it highly enough - absolutely amazing!

Don’t expect

Late night entertainment

Rating

Stayed on 6 May 2016

We loved

The pool and spa facilities really are first class. Main building and restaurant are a bit dated but overall a lovely hotel. Recommend Casanis in Bath – a lovely little French restaurant.

Don’t expect

Nightlife

Rating

Stayed on 21 Apr 2016

We loved

The Park restaurant and the Juliet Suite

Don’t expect

Too much peace and quiet at the weekends in school holidays

Rating

Stayed on 25 Mar 2016

We loved

The location; the opulent dramatic style of the hotel; the friendly staff; the food in the restaurant. The Catacombs of Paris - a proper Parisian Gothic surprise - not for the squeamish.

Rating

Stayed on 12 Feb 2016

We loved

The beautiful building and period intimate interiors – it really did feel like you were staying at a friend's country house.

Don’t expect

Bustling lively atmosphere: this is a calm place for reflection and appreciation of the finer things in life.

Rating

Stayed on 18 Jan 2016

We loved

We stayed here for a surprise getaway for my wifes 40th birthday, and from the moment we pulled up to the hotel, we knew this was going to be a special weekend. All the staff were amazing, friendly and professional. The food was very good, as was the atmosphere. My wife took a long riding hack around the estate with many cross country fences to jump, which she really enjoyed! During that time I enjoyed the amazing spa facilities, and my wife joined me for more pampering. Definitely one of the best places we've ever stayed, with Bath not far away for great shopping!

Don’t expect

The room was hot for us, but we just opened the window.

Rating

Stayed on 12 Dec 2015

We loved

We had an absolutely fantastic time at Lucknam! We went for our anniversary and were completely spoilt by the staff who made sure we had everything we could ever have wanted. The facilities were first class and the food was sublime.

Don’t expect

To ever want to leave; we didn't!

Rating

Stayed on 12 Nov 2015

We loved

Everything. This place is expensive but SUPERB. Great Michelin star vegetarian taster menu, amazing spa, attentive room service, and the beautiful library.

Rating

Stayed on 7 Nov 2015

We loved

The spa, equestrian facilities, the afternoon tea.

Don’t expect

Modern rooms that are in any way temperature controlled (we found ours so hot overnight that we had to open all the windows).

Rating

Stayed on 5 Oct 2015

We loved

The property.

Don’t expect

A large hotel.

Rating

Stayed on 19 Aug 2015

We loved

Service was attentive friendly and warm and the staff in the brasserie were brilliant and friendly Beauty of the place, surroundings and spa Spa was excellent, all clean modern facilities and well maintained Brasserie food was great and not expensive Room was decorated nice Wifi was 1st class

Don’t expect

Strange no tea and coffee facilities in the room, most similar hotels have Nespresso machines Afternoon tea was expensive for what it was 1 plug socket free in the room.. It's 2015?! And people expect them beside beds now

Rating

Stayed on 5 Aug 2015

The Guestbook

Whenever you book a stay at a Smith Hotel with us, we’ll invite you to review it when you get back. Read what other Smith members had to say in Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa’s Guestbook below.

We loved

Everything. The staff were genuinely attentive, friendly and welcoming. Wonderful spa, great equestrian centre, relaxing lounges and grounds. Lots to do for everyone or lots not to do! Visit The Six Bells in Colerne.

Don’t expect

To not be charged for every last cup of tea! I would rather pay more for the room than have hundreds of charges on our bill for minor things!

Rating

Stayed on 11 Nov 2016

We loved

Everything. The complete experience was beautiful and peaceful. But what made it all very special was the hotel team. They are excellent. Recommend a lovely morning walk in the estate grounds and then picturesque Castle Coombe nearby.

Don’t expect

Noise

Rating

Stayed on 10 Sep 2016

We loved

The surroundings

Don’t expect

No aircon in rooms. Spa not up to five star standards

Rating

Stayed on 1 Sep 2016

We loved

The room Jasmine, absolute perfection. The food in both restaurants is excellent. The spa glorious in hot weather, all the staff, extremely friendly, know their guests likes and rare dislikes and nothing seems too much for them to help make our stay perfect every time. Excellent farm shop in Allington, great food, antique shop and much more

Don’t expect

This stay, our expectations were exceeded!

Rating

Stayed on 27 Aug 2016

We loved

The hotel and its surroundings are lovely. The rooms are very comfortable. The food is great. The spa is top-notch. And the service is impeccable, yet very friendly. We had a wonderful time, and hope to be back. Castle Combe and Laycock are pretty villages nearby

Don’t expect

A small bill (but be assured it's worth every penny) 

Rating

Stayed on 12 Aug 2016

We loved

The swimming pool and spa are the highlight, food was excellent – particularly the afternoon tea

Don’t expect

A comfortable room for the basic rates, ours was low ceiling and with a constantly dripping shower.

Rating

Stayed on 1 Jul 2016

We loved

The peace and tranquility. The amazing views across the bay to the Volcano. The restaurant - small but lovely with fresh produce used daily. The staff - always attentive but not obtrusive.

Don’t expect

Loud, raucous music. Easy access (lots of stairs),

Rating

Stayed on 29 May 2016

We loved

Beautiful surroundings, truly memorable food, attention to detail by very friendly, helpful staff, the tranquillity of the location - it really was the perfect place to escape and unwind. Can't recommend it highly enough - absolutely amazing!

Don’t expect

Late night entertainment

Rating

Stayed on 6 May 2016

We loved

The pool and spa facilities really are first class. Main building and restaurant are a bit dated but overall a lovely hotel. Recommend Casanis in Bath – a lovely little French restaurant.

Don’t expect

Nightlife

Rating

Stayed on 21 Apr 2016

We loved

The Park restaurant and the Juliet Suite

Don’t expect

Too much peace and quiet at the weekends in school holidays

Rating

Stayed on 25 Mar 2016

We loved

The location; the opulent dramatic style of the hotel; the friendly staff; the food in the restaurant. The Catacombs of Paris - a proper Parisian Gothic surprise - not for the squeamish.

Rating

Stayed on 12 Feb 2016

We loved

The beautiful building and period intimate interiors – it really did feel like you were staying at a friend's country house.

Don’t expect

Bustling lively atmosphere: this is a calm place for reflection and appreciation of the finer things in life.

Rating

Stayed on 18 Jan 2016

We loved

We stayed here for a surprise getaway for my wifes 40th birthday, and from the moment we pulled up to the hotel, we knew this was going to be a special weekend. All the staff were amazing, friendly and professional. The food was very good, as was the atmosphere. My wife took a long riding hack around the estate with many cross country fences to jump, which she really enjoyed! During that time I enjoyed the amazing spa facilities, and my wife joined me for more pampering. Definitely one of the best places we've ever stayed, with Bath not far away for great shopping!

Don’t expect

The room was hot for us, but we just opened the window.

Rating

Stayed on 12 Dec 2015

We loved

We had an absolutely fantastic time at Lucknam! We went for our anniversary and were completely spoilt by the staff who made sure we had everything we could ever have wanted. The facilities were first class and the food was sublime.

Don’t expect

To ever want to leave; we didn't!

Rating

Stayed on 12 Nov 2015

We loved

Everything. This place is expensive but SUPERB. Great Michelin star vegetarian taster menu, amazing spa, attentive room service, and the beautiful library.

Rating

Stayed on 7 Nov 2015

We loved

The spa, equestrian facilities, the afternoon tea.

Don’t expect

Modern rooms that are in any way temperature controlled (we found ours so hot overnight that we had to open all the windows).

Rating

Stayed on 5 Oct 2015

We loved

The property.

Don’t expect

A large hotel.

Rating

Stayed on 19 Aug 2015

We loved

Service was attentive friendly and warm and the staff in the brasserie were brilliant and friendly Beauty of the place, surroundings and spa Spa was excellent, all clean modern facilities and well maintained Brasserie food was great and not expensive Room was decorated nice Wifi was 1st class

Don’t expect

Strange no tea and coffee facilities in the room, most similar hotels have Nespresso machines Afternoon tea was expensive for what it was 1 plug socket free in the room.. It's 2015?! And people expect them beside beds now

Rating

Stayed on 5 Aug 2015