Superbly positioned on the Hastings seafront, Best Western's Royal Victoria Hotel had a slightly... See full review
Feb 23, 2012
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!
Sea Terrace Restaurant, on premises, full service, Steak House, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner. French English cuisine. Hours: 7-9:30am & 7-9:30pm, lunch upon request availability.
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Superbly positioned on the Hastings seafront, Best Western's Royal Victoria Hotel had a slightly tired air of faded grandeur. It was spacious and reasonably comfortable, and the staff were all individually extremely friendly and helpful. However,
money needs to be spent on giving this marvellously located, Victorian (?) building more internal glitter and zest. The decor was in dire need of upgrading, the bedroom not quite shabby, but in that direction - no pictureson the walls, windows stuck shut, the shower-over-the-bath not working ... The bar menu was fair, the food mediocre. The restaurant menu, untried, was frightful: stupidly expensive for a very limited choice shown on dog-eared menus.
Overall, you could do worse, but the hotel could do a lot better.