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88% would recommend it to a friend
Disappointing room and breakfast
Tiny room with a ridiculous petition that requires moving in order to create your own toilet space.
Full English breakfast was pathetic; not being buffet you would expect it to be better quality but the rock hard stood for hours sausages were all too familiar and the fried egg nuked. Commented on this to the young waiter which I could see was fed back to the restaurant manager who didn't have the courtesy nor professionalism to come and enquire. Apart from that a clean hotel with a nice sea view from the restaurant.
Welcoming and fascinating hotel
Staff were helpful and polite, gave us a sea view despite our having paid the minimum amount.
We were always warm despite the cold weather, even in the spacious entry area. Food was delicious and well presented. Maybe the outside could do with a coat of paint.
A nice hotel!
My wife is an Art Deco fan so we decided to stay over at the Midland whilst attending a friend's 50th in Morecambe.
We enjoyed our stay overall although the room we have wasn't particularly decorated. It was a nice large room however at one end of the hotel with windows onto the sea and towards the town. The beds were comfortable and we had a quiet night's sleep without being disturbed by other guests coming and going which is my main bugbear of staying in hotels. We had an evening meal at the hotel which was okay but not particularly memorable. Breakfast was good, full English freshly prepared. Serving staff skills were a little lacking in that we asked what the soup of the day was by the person who showed us to our evening meal table who didn't know and never returned to tell us. Another waitress then attended to us who did know the answer. I am being a bit picky however as overall we enjoyed our stay at the Midland.
The Midland Hotel
Absolutely superb in every way.
I just wanted a short break to celebrate my wife's birthday, and through Laterooms booked The Midland @ Morcambe.
The result was a fantastic 2 day break, from the moment we arrived, the staff were friendly, professional, made you feel welcome, The Midland is a unique Hotel, we were very kindly given an upgrade of room seeing that it was a celebration break, what a surprise, what a treat, this made our celebration into something very special. We booked evening dinner on my wife's birthday, and also had the afternoon tea the following day, both of these were first class, we could not fault the quality of the food or the service provided.
We had a fantastic stay.
The staff in the restaurant were wonderful
They were very professional. Everything about our stay was perfect. Thank you all so very much. We would defiantly stay again.
Just a small thing its a pet hate of mine, having to make your own toast, I think a hotel should bring toast to you rather than make your own,.
Decadence and Elegance for lovers of Art Deco,
My wife and i wanted to celebrate our 10 year wedding anniversary and my wife's Birthday, we chose the Midland as we are both lovers of the Art Deco period and all we can say is excellent,excellent the hotel its self and the staff all exceeded our expectations,can't wait to visit again!!!!
We had a room overlooking the bay, with access to the balcony and the wonderful views.
Morecambe is a great (and underrated) place to stay. The room was spacious, comfy, and very quiet - we had a great night's sleep. The staff were excellent - efficient, friendly and welcoming. We had afternoon tea which was fabulous. The only downside to our stay was that the toilet was situated in a sort of cupboard, which opened to form the heavy (and not very private) door of the ensuite bathroom. Trendy, but badly designed. But overall, its great to think that The Midland is a successful hotel again - we remember when it was a derelict wreck.
Would be fine at a third of the price but a huge disappointment for us
We stayed in one of the best rooms on the top floor with balcony.
You can see what Mr Hemingway et al are trying to do but the vision totally falls down with disorganized and unhelpful staff and a general feeling of Butlins about the place. "Totally overpriced" for what you actually get rather than what you think you'll get when you book (we paid £268 per night B&B). We stay in a lot of hotels - a typical rate for the experience and quality of room we had at the Midland would be £95.