Fantastic hotel bar ...stayed for our anniversary Lots of choice on the menu eg fish and chips £14 , very good but the batter was greasy and thick Starters and desserts perfect Breakfast £10 was good too. Good choice
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We looked at the menu in the bar area prior to entering the restaurant. The menu itself was not that impressive, & we were wondering whether to eat elsewhere. However, the food was very good, with a reasonable wine list too.
Excellent,perfect in every way. Thank You Jamie,wedding organiser. Thank you Park Inn for our stay. The complimentory room was great. Food next day was lovely.Parking was not a problem for family guests.Staff were king,helpful,and drinks were lovely too.
Booked in for 1 night, early start at Tilbury next day. Room surprising pretty good, all you need plenty of power points and good free wifi. Nice clean modern bathroom. Bar prices a bit on the high side for me but that's expected in a...More
Booked a table for 8pm - sat down at 8.05 - restaurant was reasonably busy although not overly so. No one approached us for around 10 minutes , when we then ordered drinks. The waitress did apologise for the delay. We ordered garlic bread -...More
We had a surprise it was such a good dinner. The hors double was excellent. The breakfast was also full and very good. We had to dine in the bar as there was something going on in thedining room. But I was very happy as...More
Very basic choice. No fresh yogurts, only large open bowl, never sure how many times that has been put out, ie no date. No fresh fruit. Dry fried food, and the bread was stale. The coffee is machine mass powder style, not fresh. Altogether an...More
Both my sister and I had our wedding receptions here 20/22 years ago - it used to be a thriving place with great food. Sadly things are not what they once were. A party of 9 of us came here for a Sunday carvery. The...More
Savoury selection is very basic having only bland sandwiches with unidentifiable fillings. Good variety of cakes but only one of each between five. Scones were pre-spread with cream and jam (not good if you don't like either of them). No variety of tea or coffee...More