I would definately stay here again when getting a crossing to France. Amazing value for money. The room was spotlessly clean and tea and coffee and toiletries were provided. The bed was a bit lumpy but the hotel is gradually being refurbished it seems and for the amount that is charged they cannot possibly afford to get all new beds in one go. There is a bar downstairs but at the back of the hotel we did not hear a thing and had a sound night's sleep.
Just a short but pleasant stay. Quite an old traditional building, but nicely decorated in more modern style. Quite a steep staircase and no lift could present problems to some guests. Generally good and friendly service.
Traveller from London
The 5 Diamond AA rated Hotel Relish is an exquisitely crafted small hotel in Folkestone, Kent. The hotel interiors have been …More
Comfortable room and adequate breakfast. Problem of coach drivers leaving early in morning and noisy in corridors. We did smell smoke on the landing outside our room, and reported this to reception. They were going to chase this up and they have a fining policy for anyone who smokes in the hotel. It is bait run down, but was clean. The lift is very small and slow.Car parking vouchers can be purchased for £2 from reception and displayed in car window.
Our traditional Victorian style hotel, dating back to 1864, is situated in the centre of the famous Leas. As such, guests …More
Arrived very late, having previously advised hotel and was in our bedroom within a couple of minutes of stepping into hotel. Needed more pillows which were quickly delivered by night staff. Continental breakfast more than adequate. All staff we met were courteous and helpful.
Folkestone is a picturesque coastal town that makes the most of its seaside setting. With miles of promenades and the unique Lower Leas Coastal Park linking the harbour with the town centre, Folkestone comes alive in the summertime. Visitors can take a break from the beachside entertainment and venture to Port Lympne's nearby wildlife park which is home to elephants, primates, and big cats.