- Very Good
- 146 guest reviews
"Slept what the receptionist told us was the 'honeymoon suite' (room 102), that has a sea view. Not sure what makes it a honeymoon suite, but..."
"Charming place, clean, great breakfast, would come again. Everything you could want in a B&B at a very reasonable price. I stayed in a stand..."
"Like the title says, very nice at the Iris Hotel. Seagulls woke us up but not complaining about that!..."
"We booked this hotel as a post Christmas treat, as my husband had been ill over Christmas. Booking in/out was quick, friendly and efficient...."
"Very clean and breakfast was very nice and lots of options, staff were very helpful and friendly...."
About the hotel
The Iris Hotel Llandudno is situated on the Victorian promenade and has been refurbished 4 years ago . It boasts 38 bedrooms with the latest comforts and technology we hunger for in today's hospitality industry. .
Even after care follow -ups to make sure you enjoyed your holiday and will book with us again. We are also happy to announce the opening of our Iris Restaurant ( mornings and evenings) serving hot home cooked meals using locally sourced ingredients by our local Head Chef. What ever your looking for in a hotel we have it all and we strive to cater for all tastes. The Hotel also has WIFI in the Reception and Lounge area and is free of charge ,Plasma TVs in all rooms, power showers, tea and coffee facilities,
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- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout , Smoking allowed in public areas
- Family friendly
- Cots available
- Wi-Fi Available , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Restaurant , Lounge Menu , Bar , Breakfast to go
- In room entertainment
- TV , [Channels] News , [Channels] Music , [Channels] Childrens
- In room facilities
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room , Hairdryer in each room
- Hotel services
- Limited Hours Room Service , Limited room service for hot food
- Ground floor bedrooms
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- Pets are not allowed
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77% would recommend it to a friend
Promenade position for good price, ideal if you're going to Venue Cymru
Slept what the receptionist told us was the 'honeymoon suite' (room 102), that has a sea view.
Not sure what makes it a honeymoon suite, but it was a good size, bright and airy room with a zip and link super king bed, I'd coukd be unzipped to make twins. Clean and tidy, shame the heated towel rail had been removed leaving a few tatty ends and fixings. Water wasn't very hot, despite the warning sign on the shower. Breakfast was fine, not overly generous, but for the money was very good. Stayed here because the new travelodge was full, but I'd definitely stay there again, as breakfast makes the whole stay easier. Just a short walk from the town and its restaurants and also the theatre which is ideal.
Gone downhill since refurb
I stayed here once before and was impressed at how fresh and clean everything was.
That was a couple of years ago and I felt it had definitely gone downhill since. The room was fine, although footprints all over carpet looked liked a builder had walked around without wiping his feet. The TV didn't receive ITV, but the access to the "annex" was pretty grim - through a labyrinth of corridors, then outside and past the bins (where I watched a staff member not just having a fag break, but also a sneaky beer at 5pm!) and up the scruffy stairs of the garishly painted annex building. Felt grotty, I'm afraid.