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Relax in Royal Leamington Spa! BEST WESTERN Falstaff Hotel is near the fashionable town of Royal Leamington Spa, with its Georgian and Victorian architecture, tree-lined avenues, squares and glorious gardens. The perfect place to while away a peaceful afternoon! Created in the early 1920s from three Victorian mansions, the hotel has lost none of its character over the years. In fact, its more appealing than ever, with parkland, riverside walks and other beautiful towns and cities to enjoy before returning to the friendly, welcoming atmosphere at the hotel. Warwick Castle and Stratford-upon-Avon are both within easy reach, with something for everyone to enjoy from shopping to Shakespeare! Welcome to Leamington Spa.You name it, we're near it! From clay pigeon shooting and paint balling at the local activity centre to art galleries and National Trust properties, there's plenty to see and do when you stay at this wonderful Warwickshire hotel! Landmarks and getting around: 3 miles from Warwick & Warwick Castle, 1 mile from Royal Pump Rooms, Jephson Gardens, 10 miles from Gaydon Motor Museum & Activity Centre, 7 miles from Charlecote Park (National Trust), 1 mile from The Assembly, Leamington Spa. BEST WESTERN Falstaff Hotel at a glance: well located and well-equipped, our hotel is well worth a visit! 63 hotel rooms, 2 bars, free WiFi, 1 restaurant, 7 meeting and conference facilities.
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Grade: 71 out of 100
218Restaurantswithin 0.5 km
38Attractionswithin 0.5 km
16-20 Warwick New Road, Leamington Spa CV32 5JQ England
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Dodgy electrics, the room light only seemed to work when the bathroom lights were on
Worst bed ever, felt like a trampoline.
I would have given zero if it was an option
Having booked the Falstaff at short notice for a Friday night for around £50 including breakfast for two - expectations were not sky high. The hotel looks like it hasn't had any significant money spent on it since 1990 both in terms of decor (it's...More
We booked this hotel as a mid-point for a family get together. The price was significantly less than anything else in the area and so we expected the hotel to be tired, a little old, perhaps the odd thing not working, but we definitely expected...More
On first sight the room looked clean enough. However on closer examination cobwebs could be seen on the wall lghts when switched on and the bulb was missing from one bedside light. The TV aerial was not plugged in. Tea and coffee making facilities barely...More
First impressions count, we arrived at 14.10 after a five hour train journey and were told by the stand in receptionist we could not check in until 14.30 without him checking if the room was actually free. The bedroom itself had no bath plug, which...More
Date of stay: November 2018
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Response from sales712, General Manager at Falstaff HotelResponded 3 weeks ago
We do apologise for the inconvenience you had during your stay. Every review/feedback is very important to us and we take them very serious. We always focus on guests comfortable stay and their satisfaction but unfortunately as you have explained, we couldn't achieve...More
Response from Christopher H | Reviewed this property |
Yes, Just for one night after visiting the Military Arboretum in Stafford, we where on our bike and soaking wet when we arrived, the receptionist made us very welcome.The breakfast was good but some of the other visitors... More
Yes, Just for one night after visiting the Military Arboretum in Stafford, we where on our bike and soaking wet when we arrived, the receptionist made us very welcome.The breakfast was good but some of the other visitors where a bit obnoxious, they wanted serving even though it was self service.