Carlyon Bay Hotel (St. Austell) Reviews
Description:Sea Road, St. Austell, Cornwall, PL25 3RD. Tel: +44(0)1726 812304. Check the website below for more information.
Newest Review: ... down the road. At the bottom of Sea Road, which is within a short walk of the hotel, is a pleasant beach but this is or was marred by an unused ugly 1980's building / crazy golf / car park which by now may have been demolished to make way for a huge, rather plush housing development. I am not usually in favour of new housing for it's own sake but here it will be a vast improvement as ... more
Customer Carlyon Bay Hotel (St. Austell) Reviews (3)
by - written on 29/03/04, updated on 12/04/04 (Very useful, 455 readings)
Having read the last review on the above hotel I couldnt help but add my opinion to the debate! I have stayed many times at this hotel since I was very young, several times with my family, a few times with a couple of boyfriends (!) and with a small group of friends. I know when you get older you tend to view things through rose-tinted spectacles but I remember absolutely loving this hotel when I was little (mid-1980's!). There is no doubt that the general standard is great. The overall position astride the cliff top is pretty breathtaking, but St Austell is not the most fabulous town, nor the most picturesque. I have heard through the grapevine ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/08/03, updated on 03/08/03 (Useful, 196 readings)
Upon arriving at the carlyon bay hotel, we were greeted by the doorman, and were asked if we needed any assistance with our luggage. The porter loaded our luggage onto the trolly, and then whisked it away, whilst we checked in, with the assistance of the lovely reception staff. before unpacking, we decided to relax with a drink and a bite of lunch in the comfortable cocktail lounge. After unpacking, we decided to walk down the sea road to the beach-less than 10 minutes away. Although the cleanliness of the privatly owned beach left much to desire, on further visits, this has been improved, although this may be due to he new development on the beach! ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/01, updated on 09/02/01 (Very useful, 572 readings)
I'm not normally the sort of person who would be writing about a hotel which specialises in "Luxury Breaks". Lucky breaks, yes, because last year I was invited to a function at The Carlyon Bay Hotel... Our first impressions on driving up to the entrance were that we were very definitely in the wrong place - this hotel has liveried doormen, for heavens sake. We were also a little early, since the hotel has a strict policy that rooms will not be ready for handover until 1.00pm. However, having been speedily checked in by a very friendly and efficient receptionist, we were shown to a comfortable lounge where we were able to buy a cafetiere of coffee ... Read the complete review
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