I would highly recommend this hotel. Decor, comfort, staff: as good as you could hope for. Only downside is parking. Hotel only has a few spaces. There is a big public car park over the road but of course there is a cost to that. All the same, I would always choose this hotel if staying in Exeter.
Inside out pool is great by the way. Swimming outside in the dark was a brilliant experience.
Traveller from Newbury
The Magdalen Chapter sits centrally in Exeter neighbouring Southernhay the hotel lives within an iconic landmark Exeter …More
Best bed I have slept in for a while, room clean, the light bulb was faulty and the receptionist replaced it within two minutes. I would recommend the Exeter Hotel provided you have a car as it would be a very long walk into Exeter City centre. Loads of parking and a good breakfast in the morning. All good as far as I was concerned.
Hotel in excellent location. Rooms pleasant and clean. The internal decor of the stairs and corridors is rather scruffy and my bathroom window had a huge gap in the frame. The walls are quite thin and there was a lot of noise from adjacent rooms until after 3am.
Located in a unique and gracious period terrace and set on a leafy square, Queens Court Hotel, Exeter, benefits from its …More
Excellent pool. How do they prevent condensation on the windows? Therapy staff were brilliant and the facilities were modern and well laid out. Room was clean and modern with view of the golf course. Would certainly visit again.
Air conditioning seemed to blow cold air even when I turned the temperature up and it wasn't that warm. I turned it off.
Shower had a half screen and half open so it soaked the bath mat.
There was only decaffeinated coffee provided in room.
It seemed a bit over-priced.
We have stayed at this hotel before, when it was a Thistle Hotel. I understand it is currently run by The Hotel Collection and will imminently change hands yet again to become part of the Mercure chain. The service, professionalism and friendliness of the staff was refreshingly unchanged and the facilities were in the main exceptionally good. The beds are very comfortable, the rooms are spacious, particularly the room we stayed in, which was a family room, and they well appointed and clean. The décor and ambience cleverly mixes that of a traditional hotel with all the comforts of modern lifestyles and expectations.
Traveller from Taunton
From M5 j30 follow signs to City Centre. Once in the City Centre follow directions to the Museum and Central Station which …More
Lovely large room overlooking the gardens. Sadly the beautiful old mulberry tree in the garden had fallen down in a storm the previous night.
The room was clean and the large bed was comfortable. The shower was a bit old but worked well.
Traveller from London
St. Olaves Court Hotel has a total of 15 ensuite bedrooms including 2 suites. St. Olaves is an attractive Grade II listed …More
Devon’s principal town, Exeter is not only an historical city but also a lively student centre. Don’t miss the medieval cathedral, one of England’s finest, while the Royal Albert Memorial Museum houses one of England’s best provincial collections. Visitors can take a cruise from Exeter Quayside and visit the quaint port of Topsham. Bicton Gardens is a popular outing and Exeter is also handily placed for exploring Dartmoor and the English Riviera.