Falcon Regal Hotel (Stratford Upon Avon) Reviews
Description:Address: Chapel Street Stratford Upon Avon Warwickshire / CV37 6HA
Newest Review: ... from a 16th century inn). Full of wooden beams, black and white timber it is charming, whilst still managing to be comfortable. On the downside, the rooms are smaller and a little more basic, as there are limits to what can be done with them. The more modern rooms are a lot more spacious and airy, but are also a lot more generic and feel like any hotel room anywhere in the world. Check-in at ... more
Customer Falcon Regal Hotel (Stratford Upon Avon) Reviews (2)
by - written on 16/11/11 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Staying in Stratford Upon Avon can be an expensive business. As a major tourist destination, hotel prices are often expensive, particularly if you want to stay right in the centre of the town. Pay cheaper prices and you're either going to get poorer accommodation or be a fair distance from the town itself. At least, that's what I always thought, until I stayed at the Legacy Falcon. The hotel itself is almost slap bang in the middle of Stratford. Although set back on one of the side streets, it is less than five minutes' walk from the town centre or the newly refurbished RSC Theatre. This makes it very easy to find, as visitors can simply follow the signs for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/10, updated on 02/06/10 (Very useful, 39 readings)
This hotel, restaurant and pub in Stratford Upon Avon is a place I am very familiar with. It was the very first pub I was ever taken into as an 'adult' when a family friend took me out for dinner and the theatre as a treat for passing my GCSEs back in 1995 (wow, so long ago its scary). Back on that night, as a wide eyed 16 year old I remember feeling that it was a very quaint and welcoming place. I have been back many times since, as a regular theatre goer, and finally, this past weekend I stayed over in the hotel for the first time. It is actually known these days as the Legacy Falcon rather than the Falcon Regal, I believe the Legacy Hotels chain ... Read the complete review
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