Grand Hotel (Scarborough) Reviews
Description:Scarborough, North Yorkshire. Tel: 01723 350419
Newest Review: ... so we travelled to our room in two separate parties. **The rooms** Both of our rooms were identical in every way. Each room contained two beds, a television and a selection of drawers and tables that were possibly older than I am. Not that I minded that, neccessarily as the room reminded me of my Gran's old house. Additionally, the room itself smelled very much like my gran's old house - ... more
Customer Grand Hotel (Scarborough) Reviews (2)
by - written on 26/10/09, updated on 28/10/09 (Very useful, 78 readings)
**Background** After we came back from our summer holidays this year, I was suffering from the post-holiday blues so we decided to book a night away as something to look forward to. Not having a huge budget, going very far was out of the question, so after a trawl through the internet, when we discovered that we could stay at The Grand Hotel in Scarborough for the night for the pricely sum of £67 for our family of five (two adults, two children, one infant), including dinner and breakfast, we jumped at the chance. Interestingly, this was booked through Superbreak and booking it direct with the hotel gave a much higher price. **Arrival and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/03/02, updated on 18/05/05 (Very useful, 265 readings)
A couple of weeks ago I saw 'Sid and Nancy', the Biopic of Sid Vicous and his relationship with Nancy Spungen. Gary Oldman was wonderful as Sid, doing to him what Geoffrey Rush did to David Helfgot in 'Shine'. But I'm not a fan of the Sex Pistols. In fact, the Punk era stands out, to me, as a gaping hole in musical history, filled with maggots. What I did adore about the film is the references to the Chelsea Hotel in New York City. I am intrigued and captivated by hotels, especially if they have a literary background, or something like a Stephen King style story attached to them, that I can sink my teeth into. The Grand ... Read the complete review
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