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Situated close to the Skye Bridge in the village of Kyleakin; the Kings Arms Hotel offers views across the Kyle of Lochalsh to the mainland. The Kings Arms is one of the oldest remaining hotels on the island dating back to the 1600s, and has retained its traditional Scottish atmosphere of great hospitality and warmth. All rooms are en suite and provide home from home comforts. The Hotel offers the ideal location from which to tour the Isle.
Quite possibly the worst hotel I have ever stayed in.
The whole building is tired. Needs real monetary investment. It’s glory days are well and truly over. Which is a tragedy because the building was so lovely once.
Thread bare tartan carpets throughout. Uninterested staff....More
Room looked to have been flooded at some time. Floor was so warped it threw you off balance. Mold in windows. Big gap in floor between tub and toilet. Filled with mold. Felt like toilet was going to fall down into room below. Wallpaper peeling...More
This hotel is terrible. The rooms are old and dirty. The staff are unfriendly and the breakfast, which was the best part of the stay was average.
The bar doesn’t open until 6pm and the draught beer is flat and horrible.
young and friendly staff - receptionist quite reserved.
rooms clean, rather small single rooms, but OK.
nice feature: LIVE music in the evening.
economical breakfast buffet with good choice.
nice location, right at the beach.
This place is terrible! We booked this place and at no time were we warned that they would have a piano accordion player playing very bad music directly below our room at full ball. When I say bad I mean really bad! We were tired...More