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Stayed for 2 nights while family member in local clinic. Staff were extremely helpful, hotel and rooms small but beautifully clean. Basic but beds very comfortable and excellent value for money. Had double room for I night and single for the second.
Breakfast cooked to...More
Yes, you read that right.
We've never been because we booked the hotel through booking.com, I received an email stating there was a problem with my booking.
I rang the hotel last night and enquired if the reservation still stood and did I need to...More
There are actually 2 hotels a couple of doors apart under same management. We stayed at Regency West End. Stayed here because of its proximity to Princess Grace Hospital.
Stayed twice once in a double room and once in a twin. The double room was...More
This isn't a budget price hotel and I expected a better standard. The room was very small making it very cramp - I don't know how comfortable it would be for 2 people? The decor was also very tired, not all the light bulbs worked...More
Over night stay, the room was very clean, especially the bathroom, we had to eat in the hotel next door for breakfast, no hassle, quite noisy could here people going to the bathroom or showering, .
Would visit again good area, 😊
USD 139 - USD 190 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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