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All reviewsone way systemrobert burnsshopping centremiddle of townbuffet breakfastcentral hotelbars and restaurantsold buildingfunction roomfull scottish breakfaststayed for one nightlovely roomharoldcastleballroomthistlescotland
The hotel on arrival is lovely the bar area is nice and the downstairs is well kept.Rooms were fairly clean although there was lipstick on the mugs in our room .The hotel was very noisy and i was next door to a party that apparently...More
I will start with the good stuff: spacious and clean room, good wifi, nice location. Now to the bad stuff. We had a room waiting for us elsewhere but decided to treat our selves a nice hotel room. The plan was to sleep until noon,...More
We booked a two night stay in the Golden Lion as we we eager to find a conveniently situated hotel to public transport systems and the city centre. Our twin-bedded room on the 2nd. floor was adequate, in many ways, for this short stay. We...More
Booked a one night stay here after touring the highlands- my most expensive hotel of the trip. Found the hotel with some difficulty. Very dirty car park and scruffy rear entrance. Helpful receptionist, but serious problems on the third floor near the lift. Wet plaster...More
Sadly surprised at how this place has gone downhill. The stairway on the way up to the bedrooms is horrid and the lift looks like the doors about to fall off. The bathrooms although they look like they have been improved have black mold under...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.