- Very Good
- 31 guest reviews
"I was very pleased to find such good value accommodation, yes it is basic but exactly what you would expect for the price. Great location to..."
"The room was a little noisy from clubs and bars but appart from that it was basic but clean and ok..."
"A very clean, comfortable hotel. Would recommend...."
"My single room was on the 2nd floor with great sea view. The room was small clean and comfortable and it looked like it had been recently up..."
"We booked room 15 which was rear faceing not knowing that there was a night club near by and you could hear the heavy base till 3am plus the..."
About the hotel
The Lansdowne is located in Robertson Terrace, which was named after Patrick Robertson, the Conservative Member of Parliament, who was responsible for the development of this very elegant area in the early 1850’s. The history of the Robertson Street/town centre area in Hastings is far richer and more extraordinary than many people would ever believe. An area covered by Harold Place, the Queens Hotel, Robertson Terrace, Carlisle Parade, White Rock, Robertson Street, Trinity Street, and Claremont, this area to the West of the Priory-Stream was outside the Hastings Borough boundary and was the result of the sea receding.
The occupants living in the area hoisted the American Stars and Stripes flag which was a symbol for victory and declared independence. This is how the area became known as the America Ground. Situated in what has to be one of the most prime locations of Hastings seafront, everything you need is right on your doorstep, whatever your requirements. Please note that breakfast is available at the guest house - £7. 50 per person. Guest are requested to provide a mobile telephone number when booking. Guests are also requested to inform the property of their expected arrival time. This can be noted in the Special Request box whilst booking. Check-in is available until 22:00. A later check in time may be possible however, you must contact us to request this. Free parking is available outside the Guest House between the hours of 18:00 - 08:00 Monday - Sunday. When parking outside these times, charges are applicable. Guests can bring their own children cots in the room, no charges apply - but this cannot exceed number of children allowed in the room. Please note that guests must provide a valid credit/debit card when booking and these details are used to authorise 1 nights accommodation anytime after the booking was placed and also held for security.
- 24 Hour Reception , Wake Up Call Available , Lift to all floors
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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74% would recommend it to a friend
Do not stay at this hotel - £70 a night? Better off in your car.
Absolutely appalling hostel - sorry, hotel.
I had to stay here as there were no other places for the evening, now I know why. When I arrived the lady on reception was polite enough, but the policy is payment upfront which I thought was a bit strange.
The lift wasn't going up to the top floor so I had to trudge up the stairs with my luggage, the poor quality wallpaper in the hallway was peeling off and dirty, the carpets were filthy. Got to my room, very basic with IKEA furniture and a small tv that was fixed to the wall on a diagonal angle (great if you're drunk, not great if you actually want to watch tv). There was no net curtain so I had to get sit with the curtains shut at all times. Now for the bathroom: The toilet GROANED for five minutes after every flush, there was long dark hair matted into the shower drain; when I plucked up the courage to have a shower (in the shower tray which was covered in mould and mildew) the shower drain backed up because of the hair, the showe head wouldn't stay up on its own. When I went to dry myself off I opened the folded "clean" towel left on my bed and more long dark matted hair FELL OUT of the towel.
When I went out for whatever reason the guy on reception asked what room I was in. Not feeling completely comfortable with the question I didn't tell him. The lock on the bedroom door wasn't working so I had to jam the chair under the doorknob so no one could get in during the night. The coffee making facilities had some very questionable milk that appeared to turn stringy when hot water touched it.
The only thing worth complimenting was the comfort of the bed, although due to the lock not working I slept with one eye open anyway. I left without breakfast (hilariously they wanted an extra £7.50 for breakfast), judging by the state of the bathroom I wouldn't have wanted to eat there anyway. Terrible hotel, terrible value for money, stay in a travel lodge.
Good value hotel
I was very pleased to find such good value accommodation, yes it is basic but exactly what you would expect for the price.
Great location to base yourself from..Lovely welcome from the manageress, comfortable bed with pristine linen and towels.