- Very Good
- 52 guest reviews
"This is a beautiful period hotel that could really do with a very large injection of cash for a refurb. we were upgraded to a suite but I wa..."
"Excellent location, good staff, nice building - why are the rooms so dated? Old fashioned tv with limited channels and poor reception. The d..."
"We had a very nice room with a lovely sea view. The room was spotless and we could adjust the heating easily. Breakfast was very good, as wa..."
"We stayed overnight whilst attending a concert. The receptionist could not have been more helpful. Room large and clean. Beds comfy. Well ke..."
"Hotel is a bit dated, but clean enough and comfortable. With a bit of modernisation it could be great. Probably too expensive for what you g..."
About the hotel
BEST WESTERN Royal Victoria Hotel, situated on the seafront, provides homeliness in Hastings, This elegant accommodation provides high standards of comfort with the obvious attraction of being in the heart of 1066 country. Tastefully furnished bedrooms and suites offer the perfect place to spend a night or two (. .
. or more!), with our renowned Sea Terrace Restaurant and Piano Bar helping you relax before you retire. Conference and banqueting facilities mean there's plenty of room for productivity, and views across the English Channel and to Beachy Head complete the stunning picture! As for getting out and about, Hastings Museum & Art Gallery is just a mile away, Hastings Castle is two miles, and you can even enjoy a 'Smuggler's Adventure' in St. Clements Caves nearby!
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- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
- Hotel services
- 24 Hour Reception
- Wedding Licence, Lift to all floors
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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75% would recommend it to a friend
As return visitors we were disappointed at the deterioration of service and general standards.
Not our first time at this hotel.
Comfortably clean bed, ample tea and coffee, but no biscuits. No bath non-slip mat, dirt behind chest of draws, small dated television with lack of channels situated a long way from the seating. No safe in room or trouser press. Toiletries sparse. Could hear dog constantly barking in next room. Afternoon tea and breakfast on the Saturday was marred by the fact that both of the teapots had chipped spouts, the waitress on the Saturday commented that they were waiting for replacements. Children allowed to run around dining room during breakfast.
Gorgeous faded grandeur
This is a beautiful period hotel that could really do with a very large injection of cash for a refurb.
we were upgraded to a suite but I was dismayed to find that the bed was up a flight of steps to a mezzanine floor. This made the room feel cramped, not helped by a net curtain blocking the sea view (sorry but I hate net curtains) To the credit of reception we were offered an alternative suite which was lovely, large windows to the sea (no net curtain!) and a pleasant living room beside the bed area. Plenty of hot water - a silly thing but I have loong hair and would have loved a shower cap. Only shampoo and shower gel on offer - and soap. Dinner was pleasant enough but not outstanding, and the dining room lacked little touches such as a candle on the table. Again a change of decor would benefit enormously. Linen napkins were a nice touch and all the staff were friendly and pleasant. All in all a pleasant stay but wouldn't rush back.