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Queensbridge Hotel

Victoria Terrace, Aberystwyth SY23 2DH Wales
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#13 of 14 hotels in Aberystwyth
A traditional-style two-star-rated hotel boasting wonderful sea views throughout. The Queensbridge is nestled under the shadows of the impressive Constitution Hill on the promenade in Aberystwyth and has 15 en-suite rooms with lift access to all four floors. Each room is equipped with tea & coffee-making facilities, television and daily towels. The relaxing lounge and bar area allows you to wile away the hours with a good book or simply watch the waves come and go. The hotel has recently been refurbished and offers a good selection of single, double and family rooms all reasonably priced. Please note that even though we have a lift here, the hotel is not fully accessible to those with a disability.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Breakfast buffet
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Non-smoking hotel
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Flatscreen TV
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Non-smoking rooms
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Jo wrote a review Apr. 11
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well don’t know where to start. Arrived in our given room which we were told was an upgrade... there was blood on the bedsheet and other people’s hair. The welcome book I opened was full of spilt drink, what looked like tobacco and food crumbs and looked like it hadn’t been cleaned since god knows when. The plaster was all coming from the walls, the bed was being held together by A wooden support that had been bodged underneath the middle of the bed. There were stains on the curtains, the pole they were on was broken and the light fitting was hanging off. The windows were also broke and we couldn’t shut them. We complained and were moved to what I describe as a made up shed outside the main building it smelt musty and we were given a bed that was basically 2 single divans pushed together, one was higher than the other so there was a major ridge. Luckily we were out all day because we had the worst night sleep ever! Noise from surrounding building was all night and when we woke up to go get breakfast. We made our way to the main hall to find a mountain of foil wrapped sandwiches. All sausage and bacon so no choice for vegans or veggies or other dietary needs. These were put there at 8 and were still sat there when we left at gone 9. We looked at reception for somewhere to complain but there was no one to be seen. We were not the only unhappy guests waiting either. I was so happy to be home in my own bed. I thought with Covid cleanliness was an absolute must not here! Won’t be returning!
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Felicity E wrote a review Dec. 2020
6 contributions4 helpful votes
I stayed here with my Partner in November 2020. It is worth saying that although the Hotel is desperate for an upgrade - There are signs around to say that this is in progress. The lift wasn't working - But this was made clear when booking the room so no problems. We were also upgraded to a Sea view room which was lovely. The size of the room was great - the bathroom was a bit small but again - No problems for us. The Sea view was just amazing. The rooms do lack though in comfort and in general decor. There was a lot of damaged wood and the windowsills are in desperate need of sorting. The television was far too small and only BBC worked - No other channel would work. The staff were okay - but after checking in and having breakfast we didnt see anyone else. But breakfast was definately not good. The lady working breakfast was so lovely and chatty but the food was verging on inedible. I am assuming it was very quiet and the food tasted like it had just been left under the hot lamp for ages - Even though we were asked what time we would be going down. We wanted to bring our issues up on checkout but there was no one around. The lady downstairs had gone and everything was all locked up with no sign of anyone working there that morning - Very disappointed as wanted to address out concerns and had to leave the key in the room which unsettled us a bit. I wouldn't personally stay here again.
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Date of stay: November 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
greensooty wrote a review Oct. 2020
Mansfield, United Kingdom33 contributions28 helpful votes
We stayed here for 3 nights and yes it's a little dated,but for a dog friendly hotel, I think it was very good. Room was really big with a fabulous sea veiw. Breakfast was ok. The lift was not working,so yes it's a deal breaker if your not good with your fitness. We had a great stay to be fair.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
LJSmith67 wrote a review Oct. 2020
Loughborough, United Kingdom54 contributions8 helpful votes
Second everything said in Simon Smiths review but with added photographs. Also the lack of cleanliness in these times was totally unacceptable. This hotel was not COVID safe. Luckily I had some antibacterial wipes with me so cleaned the touch points in the room, the door handle to the room was filthy! The owner has offered a discounted rate and upgrade if we wish to return! I suspect the offer was made in the knowledge that there is no way we would return here!
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Simon Smith wrote a review Sep. 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
I'm still in dispute with this hotel after staying only one night after booking for two. Having travelled for several hours after a wonderful stay in South Wales it looked okay on the first walk-in if a little tired, and the receptionist was pleasant enough. However, aside from a few signs about keeping your distance there was no other information about Covid restrictions. Our double room was on the 3rd floor and as soon as we walked in my heart sank. The carpet was really badly stained, with ingrained dirt, there was signs of severe flood damage on the ceiling which looked liable to collapse at any moment, a window was plugged up with several layers of toilet paper (what was that all about?), there were splashes and stains in several places up the walls, and it stank so bad you wondered what could possibly be causing the smell. Our room key was encrusted with dirt and hadn't been cleaned ever by the looks of it and the door lock was so wobbly we had to put a chair up against it all night. The bed linen did seem to be new so that was a bonus but I spent a very restless night with that awful smell in my nostrils. We got up early and left as we simply could not face another night in the worst room we have ever had the misfortune of staying in, and as there was no-one on reception left the key and wrote an email requesting to be reimbursed 50% of our £180 charge. We simply didn't want to face the breakfast . If they thought the room was acceptable then who knows what the food would be like? The hotel have since been very obstructive, saying all the usual rubbish about how we should have said something at the time and they would have gladly moved us etc etc. We just wanted to get out of there and start to enjoy our break again. I've never left a bad review on here before, but this place was so bad I just want to warn other travellers in future. If I could give this place zero out of 5 it would be too much.
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Date of stay: September 2020
Room Tip: Avoid like the plague. Needs gutting.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Queensbridge Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Queensbridge Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Amgueddfa Ceredigion Museum (0.6 km), Aberystwyth Castle (0.8 km), and The Seafront (0.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Queensbridge Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and breakfast buffet.
What food & drink options are available at Queensbridge Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Queensbridge Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Casablanca, Backyard BBQ, and Agnelli's Trattoria & Deli.
Is Queensbridge Hotel located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.7 km away from the centre of Aberystwyth.
Are pets allowed at Queensbridge Hotel?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Queensbridge Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Statue of King Edward VII (0.5 km) and Queen Victoria - Merchant Ship's Figurehead (0.6 km).
Does Queensbridge Hotel have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the bay view available here.