Fantastic room (paid £10 extra for superior room - well worth it), fantastic location, sea views,... See full review
Jun 12, 2013
This is a luxury hotel in the truest sense of the word. BEST WESTERN Argyll Hotel is a class apart, thanks to splendid panoramic views of the River Clyde, stylish accommodation in the heart of Dunoon and traditional Scottish hospitality! The food's as impressive as the service here, and you'll experience both in our fine two restaurants as you enjoy Italian cuisine or local fayre. With 33 individually styled bedrooms mean there's more than enough room for you and yours night and day, while the nearby ferry terminal will give you the opportunity to explore Gourock. Great rail connections will give you a fast track to all of Central Scotland too, so day trips and walking expeditions are easy to enjoy. We can't wait to welcome you with open arms... see you soon in Dunoon! Enjoy your stay.
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Fantastic room (paid £10 extra for superior room - well worth it), fantastic location, sea views, four poster bed, very comfortable. Two easily fixed things let the hotel down; a) lounge bar was advertised as being open till 1am Fridays and
Saturdays but they decided to close at 11.30 as they were quiet (just as we were settling down for a drink). Had we known earlier, we could have gone out for a drink. b) The breakfast was equal to ones that I remember having in 'Greasy Spoons' 20 years ago - everything overcooked and showing signs of having been standing around for some time. This would not put me off staying again as the plus points win and, overall, we enjoyed our stay at the Argyll.