We’re now publishing hotel reviews online for the very first time. So, where are your favourites? Let us know – we might pay it a vist in the future!
Our Travel team sends undercover inspectors to hundreds of hotels every year.
They rate them on a range of criteria to find the ones that offer the best service and facilities at the best price, but last week was the first time those reviews have been published online.
With the warm weather lately they’ve definitely inspired me to take a look at a few destinations I haven’t considered before – some of them do look absolutely stunning.
🏴 📌 St Brides Spa Hotel, Pembrokeshire.
This marine spa has fabulous clifftop views of the ever-changing bay.
Boats glide in and out of the harbour, while sparkling waves lap at Saundersfoot’s shifting sands
— Which? Travel (@WhichTravel) June 26, 2019
As a result of our recent survey, we know that members enjoy visiting towns on the UK coast, so for this first set of reviews (10 in total) the team chose seaside hotels across a range of different budgets.
The secret inspectors found some fantastic seaside stays, as well as a nightmare property that wasn’t even rated one star.
These inspections happen anonymously, too. The hotel cannot influence the rating, so there’s no special treatment and nothing hidden from the full reviews.
Share your hotel stories
Our hotel inspectors are keen to hear about your hotel experiences – the good and the bad! So if you’ve experienced a nightmare stay or perhaps amazing service let us know below.
We might even pay the hotel a visit in the future.
Have you ever stayed somewhere a little different? I’d definitely never considered a 12th-century castle until last week…
🏴 📌 Roch Castle, Pembrokeshire.
It’s not often you get to stay in a real, 12th-century castle.
There are more than 800 years of history in its walls, perched on a volcanic rock in St Brides Bay.
— Which? Travel (@WhichTravel) June 28, 2019
I enjoy the odd country escape for walks and cycling and have had some good Airbnb experiences on the way, but one of my personal favourite hotels is the Ilsington in Dartmoor – perfect for long walks on the moors then relaxing in a spa in the evening.
So where are your favourites in the UK? Have you had a great experience somewhere? Where would you recommend your fellow Convo readers check into for a few days away?
We could all do with a summer break, so let us know your tips.