Stayed 2 nights...3 hotel rooms with visitors from Scotland. People were comfortable with their rooms, the restaurant was really good, and the location is tops. The decor is so-so, and cleaning could be a little better.
The room was clean, spacious, well equipped. The bed very comfortable. ( loved the big fluffy/firm pillows)
The pool was lovely. The breakfast buffet was varied and plentiful.
There was, however, a lack of information in the room about amenities. Pool hours, buffet times and price.
We arrived around 7pm and waited almost 15 minutes at the front desk before someone showed up. Not even an apology -- only some grumbling about having to look after a number of job details all by himself. Thankfully, once that was over, we found the room to be very clean and comfortable. The included breakfast the next morning was far better than most. Real plates and cutlery, not to mention a wide selection of both hot and cold food. Other chains could learn a lesson or two from the Admiral Inn in this regard.
Overall, would recommend.
Traveller from Toronto, Ontario
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"Hotel well situated close to maimn roads and city "
Room was comfortable and clean. Shower controls were a little difficult to use as some maintenance was needed. Wash basin plug was also not working properly. However, these were minor points and we were generally very pleased with our stay. Complimentary breakfast was very good. Very happy to recommend.
When I booked this room , I had requested a room on the main floor close to an exit and near my car. I have problems with my legs, walking is difficult. I have a walker, but I am still limited on how far I can go. I was booked on the third floor at least 15 rooms from the elevator. I had booked my reservations 3 weeks in advance of my stay.
Some facilities offer access to a wheelchair for their guests, there was none available and when I asked about it the front desk person wasn't very sympathetic. Due to where I was in the hotel, I could not go for breakfast or the delicious dinners offered. I was marooned in my room, I didn't do to bad my wife brought me breakfast and some dinner.
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