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All reviewsone way systemrobert burnsshopping centremiddle of townbuffet breakfastcentral hotelbars and restaurantsold buildingfunction roomfull scottish breakfaststayed for one nightlovely roomharoldcastleballroomthistlescotland
I had dinner here with a friend. The hotel is right in the heart of Stirling. The interior is very comfortable and the restaurant is very popular. I had potato and leek soup which was piping hot and had a lovely texture and taste. My...More
My sister and I visited here so that we could try some good Scottish Whiskey. The bartender was very accommodating. We tried one of three possible flights along with the halibut bites. For not being whiskey drinkers we had such fun tasting the differences. The...More
The lobby, bar and restaurant are classy but the rooms have not been updated in 50 years. Paint peeling, old plumbing, no Wifi, dirty carpets and noisy rooms. And cheap: dim lighting, plastic drinking glass and the worst TP I've ever seen.
We were in Stirling for the day and were looking for somewhere to have lunch, we came across the Golden Lion Hotel and saw that they served meals all day. We pop and were offerd the choice of lunch in Cronies Bar or Restaurant. The...More
We only had one night at this hotel as it was fully booked. We were visting Stirling at short notice and planned to stay there two night. We had to book a different hotel for the second night. Our room as very small and basic....More
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As said above, there is a lift from the carpark up to reception and the other floors. When I was there I saw a gentleman in a wheel chair using this lift and sharing the lift with companions, so though small the lift is... More
As said above, there is a lift from the carpark up to reception and the other floors. When I was there I saw a gentleman in a wheel chair using this lift and sharing the lift with companions, so though small the lift is adequate. The problem is getting into the car park, which is behind the hotel, especially if you are new to Stirling. Then having found the car park finding a space may be difficult depending on the time of day. Speak to the hotel directly, they may have disabled spaces set aside.