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overall our 4 night stay was enjoyable. Our room was a good size with a 32in tv and a bath low enough for my husband to get in to have a shower as he has walking problems. We did however pay extra for a sea...More
I have just come home from a 4 night stay at this hotel. I was with a coach party and looking forward a couple of entertaining evenings with fellow traveller as we have on many other trips. This did not happen every evening we looked...More
Stayed for a weekend
Good parking outside (may be challenging in high season tho)
Easy 15 minute walk into town
Hotel is a bit dated/tired, not a big deal tho
The Empress Hotel was in a great location and good value for money. Rooms were clean, except our bathroom bin hadn't been emptied from the last guests but not a problem, as emptied that day. Breakfast was very good, polite friendly staff. And free parking...More
Having stayed at other hotels this hotel is ideal ad a base for a budget holiday. Rooms are clean and adequate. Beds comfortable. Breakfast is minimal with the usual. There was no choice of alternative unless asked. Kippers were available but not offered. Manx gourmet...More
US$85 - US$144 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Are you able to meet the requirements of guests with coeliac disease? That is bread, sausages etc without gluten Thank you
13 August 2015|
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Response from amb999uk | Reviewed this property |
Hi John B, The empress will cater to all your needs, all you need to do is make them aware and they will sort you out :-), one thing Canada is and especially British Columbia they are very gluten free aware not only in... More
Hi John B, The empress will cater to all your needs, all you need to do is make them aware and they will sort you out :-), one thing Canada is and especially British Columbia they are very gluten free aware not only in hotels but in restaurants and bars too.
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"pay extra for a sea view as it appears rooms at the back are small"