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All reviewsnational holidaysnational coachsound of the wavesfirst floorshanklin beacha sea view roomoverlooking the beachcoach partiesnew ownersbit datedwaiting staffgreat holidayenjoyable staythe cliffplenty of choicenothing too much troublemany thanks
disgusting rooms hand sink in the bedroom meal service staff seemed to forget what tables they have served no one saiid i am am the manager in charge any one who seemed in charge were sat drinking at the bar ?
Our 4 night stay ended up with an extra night as our coach was unable to get to us because of treacherous road conditions during the beast from the east storm. The hotel staff did everything possible to make us comfortable. The hotel was very...More
We stayed (our 3rd visit) on a National Holidays 5 day break, 26/02/18 - 2/03/18. Due to the unusual arctic weather conditions and the time of year it was very quiet. Fortunately for us (3 coaches, 120 ish guests) we were unable to travel home...More
stayed at the shanklin beach hotel this week on a 5 day national holidays tour, i had a single room with a minute bed and shower room so when i asked to move i was given another room without any hessitation, food is good, clenliness...More
Travelled to the the Shanklin Beach Hotel with National holidays on the 19th February for five days.
What a great time we had could not fault anything.
Waking up each morning to this view (photo attached)
was a added bonus.
Food was good and all...More
Response from paulinepeel | Reviewed this property |
the old town centre is about 10 minutes walk from the top of the cliff if the lift is on at this time of year. if not it is a long walk up the steps. hotel staff will tell you about bus etc there is one goes past hotel.