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Visited the hotel for a lunch with my husband and tried the hotel's light bite menu. We were greeted by Sophie and Ben and seated by John all of whom were friendly, professional and a credit to the hotel. The menu had lots of choice...More
This was our 2nd stay at the Crescent Turner in Whitstable and it was just as good this time as it was on our previous visit. The staff were helpful, attentive, polite and courteous without being fussy and over formal. The rooms are stylishly decorated...More
Thank Anthony H
Response from Toni S, General Manager at Crescent Turner HotelResponded yesterday
Dear Anthony H,
Thank you very much for your loyalty.
We are delighted to read that we didn't disappoint you on your second visit, my team and I have one aim and that is "You walk in as a Stranger and leave as a Friend"....More
This hotel is perched on the top of Wraik Hill, and has amazing views of the estuary across to the Isle of Sheppey. The sunsets seen from the hotel are stunning. It is well worth asking for a room with a view, especially room 11...More
This hotel is about a 10 minute drive from Whitstable seafront and is a great base if you want to explore Canterbury or Margate.
The Reception staff were very friendly on arrival. We were shown to our room and found that we'd been upgraded, which...More
I recently stayed here on my own for some ‘me’ time, a bit of space and peace and quiet - and that’s exactly what I got! The garden/terrace AND sea view from my room was superb, the room itself was decorated to a high standard...More
There were children staying in the hotel during the time of our stay. There is a large open space around the hotel for the children to run around in, however there is limited space inside. There are board games left out in... More
There were children staying in the hotel during the time of our stay. There is a large open space around the hotel for the children to run around in, however there is limited space inside. There are board games left out in the lounge, including backgammon and a compendium of games. A children's menu was available for breakfast but I am unsure about dinner. The children were young in age and appeared quite happy in their surroundings. The staff were attentive to both children and adults alike.
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