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They don't warn guests in advance that Saturday night in the pub below is a loud, pumping party night until 2.30. The floor of my room was vibrating; it was uninhabitable, and certainly not sleepable in. The carpet was badly stained and the bathroom sink was cracked past the point where it should have been disposed of. An absolute abomination of a room by an exploitative landlord / owner.
Whilst buried in the booking site details there is a disclaimer about weekend noise, it wasn't clear and the level of 'noise', went way beyond any reasonable level, both from the music from the below bar and the constantly slamming front door that was immediately below my room. Therefore selling this as a bedroom, a room in which you would want to sleep, is in my view misleading, and impossible before 3am when the venue below eventually emptied out. My displeasure was not helped by the offer of earplugs from the staff. Furthermore, whilst the sheets and towels were clean, the carpets and other fixtures looked and smelled like they hadn't had a good clean in years. DO NOT STAY HERE.
This Hotel has the excellent place to stay for a weekend in Winter Having stayed there on the last weekend , for 4 of us to a wedding venue of Dean Jane Troth We found the Hotel very pleasant ,rooms very good ,bad staff very good with table service on Drinks good place to watch sport ,atmosphere very good Easy access to Railway Station and Taxi rank 1hr 20 minutes from London St Pancras every hour on new trains Rooms and Breakfast excellent ,rates are perfect at £40 per room Deal people are very friendly to Visitors good atmosphere Well Worth a visit anytime City Cruncher PB Well worth a visit
If you are simply looking for a place to spend a night, it‘s okay to stay here but I wouldn‘t like to spend a longer time here. The guest rooms are located above a very nice pub with friendly people. First we were in sorrow that it might be too loud as the pub is located to a main road but it‘s really calm in the late evening/night. Our room was small but nice on first sight. On second, it needs service. The washbasin should be renewed as well as partly the rendering of the walls or the Ikea-like-shelves. But for 60£ this was totally okay. What I did not understand was the construction of the window in our room. Like in many older houses a second window has been set behind the original old window. Ok. But why was there an iron rod screwed on the outside of the window? It might be a very German way of thinking, but in case of an emergency like a burning corridor this would be a death trap, because you cannot open the window. I would like to have asked this, but when we left the next morning the pub was closed (no breakfast, only on weekends).
We were looking for somewhere to drop in for a birthday lunch for my mum. We decided to try the Queen St Tap as we had previously heard good things. We found our meals and desserts great value for money, And our 5 year old was catered for very well. We were served by Sarah, who was fantastic and got us everything we needed. Would definitely recommend it to others. Thanks Sarah and Queen St Tap! X
Parked at the train station nearest car park. Friendly check in and good sized room. Funny smell in corridor. Very large bed and comfy. The room could do with either some shelves or small chest of drawers as nowhere to put your bits and pieces. Bottle of wine later was a good price.
We arrived at the hotel at 1pm. We were welcomed by a lovely member of staff called Amie who showed us to our room the room was very clean and had a lot of natural light .The bed was extremely comfortable and the best night's sleep I had in very long time .I would definitely go again.
Good night's sleep, great for sport, brilliant location near the beach and great for a night out and the breakfast was absolutely top notch! Don't forget to try the Pornstar Bombs, Quince Gin, and the massive selection of beers
Had made a booking of 4 rooms at Queen Street Tap for a group of us visiting the Deal area to play golf. The booking was made through booking.com. I was made aware of the noise issues after the free cancellation date had passed, and it was clear to us that the noise would be a major problem as our stay was for Fri and Sat night. I give lots of credit to the owner and staff for a: Making us aware of the problem in advance (even though it was officially too late to cancel) and b: Waiving the cancellation fee as he managed to book the rooms to somebody else. I thought this showed great integrity. My conclusion is that Booking.Com (or any booking website) need to be more pro-active in drawing attention the noise issue to potential bookers, as it was there was a short sentence buried away at about page 7 of a very lengthy email which I missed.
Don't stay here if you actually want to sleep. On a Friday and Saturday night there is a club night that finishes at 2.30am. Rooms are directly above this. This information is hidden in the 'fine print' tab on the booking.com website, presumably so as to trick people into booking. Why not put it on the main page? When you arrive and they tell you, they offer to refund half. Person on the bar said lots of people don't read the fine print so are disappointed. Personally, I feel tricked.
Queen Street Tap places you within a 5-minute walk of Deal Beach and Astor Theatre. This 8-room, 3-star inn has a restaurant and a bar/lounge, along with free in-room WiFi.
Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or have a drink at the bar/lounge. Start weekends with cooked-to-order breakfast, available for a fee from 10 AM to noon.
Guests can stay connected with free WiFi.
Queen Street Tap features free WiFi in public areas and a garden.