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75% would recommend it to a friend
Very attentive staff
The hotel was a bit too expensive.
Fantastic refurbished room
Well this room was a pleasant surprise.
I was given a freshly refurbished room, which was nicely appointed with a very comfortable bed and huge walk in shower. Much better than I'd expected and very comfortable.
Good value for money
Our stay at the Red Lion was actually pretty enjoyable.
The room (no. 65) was a decent size and had a comfortable bed and, although the decor was pretty dated and the bed linen could do with replacing due to holes in the duvet cover, it was tidy. There is no aircon in the room and therefore we had to open the windows to get some air in, which was fine as it wasn't too hot a night, although around 7.30am the next morning the deliveries to the hotel started. The bathroom is small but tidy, again with quite dated decoration but functional.
The hotel itself is ok, with very helpful and friendly staff on reception but is a bit of a rabbit warren so finding our room initially was a challenge as was gaining access to the hotel after 11pm as the main outside gates were shut. It was only when a chap came out that we were able to get in and it would have been helpful to have a heads up on this from reception when we checked in.
Overall I would stay at this hotel again as it was good value for money and the staff were friendly.
We have stayed here several times a year for the past 26 years.
Sadly our experience this time was disappointing. The ongoing refurbishment has taken away the character and charm of this old coaching in. We wait for completion prior to coming to a final conclusion. The room we were allocated was over the carpark and extremely noisey throughout the night.
Overall quite good
The hotel has a fantastic location - very close to the bus stop U which is the first stop of a bus taking you to Stonehenge (this was very relevant to us heading off there for the Summer solstice using public transport which was already packed by the time the bus reached the train station in Salisbury).
The hotel has a nice feel to it, the walls and floors in the hallways leading to the rooms are not straight/symmetric, which in its own way is sweet. The only thing we really had a problem with was the bath- it was so narrow that it was actually dangerously slippery. There was not enough flat area on the bottom of the bath for somebody to safely turn around and grab a towel.
A clean and comfortable room and a good breakfast.
A bit more in the way of fresh fruit at the latter would have been welcome and the shower was a bit basic but both were completely adequate. The hotel is a bit of a rabbit warren involving number codes at doors and a confusing number of staircases if you've had a drink too many but I'd happily recommend it at the price.
A lovely weekend away
We stayed 3 nights in the hotel and found it to be everything we were looking for.
We were given a nice room with a bath, overlooking the courtyard so it was very quiet. We regularly used the Bar for drinks and food which was really handy and very tasty (especially the Steak!). The hotel was worth every penny and we would definitely stay again. Great location and very easy to find.
Beautiful room, noisy morning!
Was amazed with our room, big and lots of character.
Friendly reception and nice bar.
Issue with noise in morning..... From 6am-checkout (11am) the door next to our room (security door that you put number in) was creaking and slamming. We were in room 17 and would recommend thatthe hotel doorstop it open in morning. We could also hear some male staff moving and chatting above our ceiling.
Good luggage room that's locked if you wish to explore during day.
Noisey room as close to road.
Room was in new part of hotel yet pictures of old part so misleading.