- Very Good
- 7 guest reviews
"only disappointment was the a fire alarm went off and woke me up and I had no one next morning to explain what had happened...."
"The hotel was good for a one night stay but wouldn't have wanted to stay more than a couple of nights. The staff were all very friendly and..."
"Very friendly staff, nice hotel..."
"The double room was very small and the bed was very hard, but it was very clean and was Alright for one night. It was not far from the chann..."
"Would definitely stay agan..."
About the hotel
Visited by Queen Victoria, and situated a stone’s throw from the beach, the Royal Norfolk Hotel offers comfortable and well appointed accommodation. Our facilities include a busy bar serving great home cooked food and private off-road parking. Along with a warm welcome and family friendly atmosphere, the hotel also overlooks Henry VIII’s 15th century Castle.
Surrounded by the Cinque Ports, which are steeped in naval history, the area extends along 2kms of the Kent coastline with Folkestone and Hythe on either side. The beach in front of the hotel is also highly regarded for its competition angling, with sea fishing trips available from the old harbour. Local amenities include a choice of well regarded golf courses, National Trust heritage sites and five Michelin starred restaurants. The area is well known for a wide range of water sports, including kite boarding and jet skiing. For those wanting to take in the fresh sea air, Sandgate offers a range leisurely walks past the shops and along the sea wall through to the lush coastal park, with awe inspiring views across the Channel to France. A stroll along Marine Parade to Sandgate’s neighbouring town Folkestone, will find you looking at the Leas Lift, one of the oldest funicular cliff lifts in England, giving access to the historic Leas Promenade. Other local attractions include the miniature Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch steam railway, Royal Military Canal, Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, Dover and Leeds Castles and Canterbury Cathedral. The Channel Tunnel and Eurostar open up your gateway to Europe, with Dover, the busiest port in Britain, offering a wide range of cross channel ferries. In addition, the high speed rail link takes you straight into the heart of London, all of which are within easy reach of the Royal Norfolk Hotel.
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- Car parking available onsite
- Meeting Facilities, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Restaurant, Bar
- In room entertainment
- Video/DVD Library
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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71% would recommend it to a friend
welcome and staff very good.breakfast good and bedroom adequate and clean.
only disappointment was the a fire alarm went off and woke me up and I had no one next morning to explain what had happened.
Good for a one night stay
The hotel was good for a one night stay but wouldn't have wanted to stay more than a couple of nights.
The staff were all very friendly and helpful. The room itself was comfortable but a little cramped due to its small size. The bathroom was adequate but the shower water pressure was very low and impossible to keep at a good temperature.