Best Western Queens Hotel3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Pool and gym were great, nice and quiet when I went. Breakfast was really good. Staff all very friendly and helpful. Room was clean. Downsides: Hotel very tired and old fashioned, musty smelling corridors and rooms, shower pressure absolutely useless, thin walls so hear everyone else chatting! We got a reasonably good deal on the room, so price wise it was ok.
I stayed for one night. room was "snug" (single bed room ) It was clean, has a good shower which wakes you up, room was quiet so had a great kip. Staff are really polite, friendly and helpful. Breakfast you are spoilt for choice, they have a hot menu and cold buffet. would really recommend anyone to stay.
I really enjoyed my time in Scotland it was my first time coming. I got looked after very well my room was kept very clean i was so impressed. The food was amazing i will definitely recommend it to others. Big thank you to the chefs waiters maids really appreciate your hard work it never went unnoticed. Keep up the good cooking and work it's been worthwile. I'll look forward to coming again soon until take very good care of yourselves. Dina😊
Overnight for event in Perth - hotel fabric a bit "tired" but the staff welcome and friendliness together with the food made it an enjoyable stay. The situation is ideal for travel and parking within easy walking distance of the town centre.
The hotel is a bit tired but that said it was very clean, large rooms and great breakfast. Staff were pleasant and helpful. Never used the spa but looked good....overall good value for money and bonus of free parking..would stay again
Excellent location next to train and bus stations, 5 mins walk to town centre. Staff friendly but hotel could use an update.has great leisure facilities although never used them. Rooms a bit small but breakfast was good.
Stayed at this hotel Saturday 29th July as we were attending a family event, we were offered alternative accommodation by family but according to website we could not cancel room without losing our money, what can I say about hotel,, well it was very dated, everyone we spoke to regarding the price of £105 where astounded that it didn't include breakfast, the the staff were nice enough on arrival but the room was unbearably hot, the bed was squeaky and didn't get a good sleep at all, the floorboards were just as bad, the bathroom was probably all the rage 40 years ago but clean enough but the toilet was a nightmare to flush, on a plus side there was an ironing board and iron in the room, I would advise anyone who is looking for something more upmarket to book early and go for something else. It certainly wasn't worth the £105 and I'm disappointed that we just didn't stay with family and save the money.
We stayed at this hotel for 2 nights in one of their standard twin rooms. It is conveniently located in the city centre, close to the main rail station, next to the bus station and a taxi rank. It also has the benefit of free onsite car parking for residents. It is a around a ten minute stroll to the main shopping area, bars restaurants in Perth. On arrival Reception staff soon had us checked in, they were friendly and helpful, indeed all the staff we met during our stay were very pleasant, helpful and efficient. The bedrooms start on the second floor (the ground floor being, Reception, and bar.the first floor restaurant areas. There is lift access throughout, the lift is small - two people with two small cases was just enough. I am not sure if it would be wide enough for a wheelchair and carer. Our twin bedded room on the second floor. It was clean, tidy, but small, we could have done with a slightly larger room. There was adequate wardrobe space, highly polished brown furniture. Tea and coffee making facilities, some lovely complimentary shortbread, hairdryer, trouser press. We found the beds to be very comfortable. The room was quiet with no noise from within the hotel or from the outside (even though we had the window open). The bathroom was clean, with a good supply of towels and a rubber bath mat (the rubber bath mat, wasnt particularly good at adhering to the bath though).Toiletries were in containers fixed to the wall above the sink and beside the shower. Tissues (as well as toilet roll) which was a nice touch - so much nicer removing make up with tissues rather than toilet roll. However, like the bedroom, the bathroom was small. There was a shower over the bath. As the bath was located very close to the toilet and contained a semi fixed shower panel, it was impossible to turn on and off the bath taps unless you climbed into the bath, likewise the plug could not be put in the bath until you were in it. We didnt eat Evening meals at the hotel, but we did eat breakfast. The breakfast room on the first floor was spacious, the tables were dressed in crisp white linen, cutlery was sparkling clean. Service was good. Guests helped themselves to food from the buffet table - juices, water, breads, cereals, fruit yogurt, marmalades, jams and spreads. The cooked food was to order at the table, tea, coffee and toast was also brought to the table. We found the cooked breakfast nice and tasty, whilst the cold buffet adequate This hotel also has the benefit of its own leisure centre - pool, sauna, gym which we didn't have time to use. Overall this hotel is conveniently located. does have nice staff, the breakfasts are ok, the rooms are small but clean and tidy and the hotel needs a refurb. In my opinion wheelchair users may struggle here.
the building needs modernising. the beds are very uncomfortable. breakfast is quite small (one sausage, one bit of bacon etc). car park is congested. sound separation between the rooms is quite poor - woken up by our amorous neighbours. shower isn't very powerful. arrived back at the hotel at 9.30pm - kitchen was closed; quite early considering most people look to eat after 8pm when they are on holiday. bar was ok. staff are pleasant.
Generally reasonable but careworn with small rooms with too much furniture e.g just a couple of inches between the bed and wall made in difficult to get in/out of the bed which had a very creaky mattress - a chair needed to be moved to access the wardrobe in which there is an ironing table and iron; however with two people in the room using this could be a challenge! The electric shower did not work and we given another room. Food is imaginative, fresh and well cooked - however staff do not know/have not been trained about coeliac needs. (one waitress said "well you know what you can have"). Generally however, staff were helpful and friendly and rooms clean.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
- Indoor pool
Best Western Queens Hotel places you within a leisurely stroll of Fergusson Gallery and St. John's Kirk. This 51-room, 3-star hotel has a restaurant along with conveniences like an indoor pool and free in-room WiFi. It's in central Perth and also a short walk from St. Ninian's Cathedral and Perth Concert Hall.
In addition to a meal at the onsite restaurant, you can also enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service. Start each morning with continental breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 9:30 AM.
Best Western Queens Hotel's 51 rooms provide coffee makers, phones, and ironing boards. Guests can enjoy TVs and stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Rooms also include desks.
At Best Western Queens Hotel, guests enjoy an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a spa tub. Free parking is included with your stay. Helpful staff is there to provide a safe deposit box at the front desk, as well as offer insight about the area. Additional amenities include a steam room, free WiFi in public areas, and a porter/bellhop.
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54% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 577 reviews