I hope this is a fair review, these have been tough times for this industry and this is what it felt like here. We arrived at Gissons and the first thing we noticed was the parking charge sign? We went to the entrance, it said closed? Trying the door it opened and we found a chap who took us to a podium to give us our key card. We asked about the parking, it was fine no charge just car reg needed. We asked about the restaurant for an evening meal but he said it was closed and was told he could recommend places in Exeter as there was no where local! We didn’t get back in the car but walked up the road to the Exeter Court hotel and had a meal there. Our room was in the attic, up lots of stairs. The room was spacious and clean with the most comfortable bed. The bathroom was clean with a large walk in shower and lovely soft towels. We had to have the fan on all night as it was quite warm and no air con but all in all a very good nights sleep. There was a TV with lots of channels, 2 small cups with 2 milks, coffee, tea and a kettle. All fine for an overnight stay. The hotel it’s self was so quiet, we didn’t see any other guests until the morning when we were leaving and saw 3 people. There was no one on reception so we just left the card. Im not sure if they were serving breakfast, it definitely wasn’t mentioned when we checked in and we didn’t ask. Would we stay again? Probably not, offer evening meals then perhaps we would.…
I arrived for a 50th birthday having ignored the email message explaining that my Booking.com reservation had been moved to a hotel in Torquay because The Gissons was full. The receptionist and subsequently the owner assured me they would find me a room despite being full (spare one kept for emergencies), let me shower and change (taxi waiting outside) promising to leave me a key out for my late return from the party. Sure enough, key was waiting for me and a few days later they refunded the deposit I left them in case Booking.com didn’t honour the booking. Couldn’t have asked for more. Thank you
Stunningly over priced, no staff. Plainly nobody gave a monkey’s. Paid just shy of £300 for “a deluxe double room” that had no toilet roll and a bathroom that had apparently been cut and shut from a P&O ferry. Booked a table for breakfast but there were no staff anywhere- even when you called the phone number left handwritten on the check out desk. Cheap. Shoddy. Fantastically over priced. Avoid.
I stayed here for one night with my son because I needed to drop him off at University. After a 5 hour drive all I wanted was a simple dinner in the restaurant and an early night. We were told the hotel restaurant was not open, despite this not being mentioned on the website so had to get back in the car and drive into town, which was the last thing we wanted. Despite being promised breakfast at the hotel there was no staff around next morning, the restaurant was in darkness and there was a crowd of angry guests wanting breakfast. I paid £590 for 2 rooms - three times the usual room rate for some reason I still don’t understand. All I got for the money was a bed and a shower. I’d have been better off at a Premier Inn, at least there you get what is promised.
Clean modern rooms, helpful and friendly staff. Everything good. The food is extremely good... possibly the best Italian food I have eaten in England. The staff are trying really hard to get people in after lockdown Respect!
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