Hotels in West Midlands in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... a glass of rose' none available. We asked for a medium sweet, only had dry. The barman took our food order then took me to the reception to pay upfront. When we sat in the restaurant the receptionist came over to tell me my main order, "lamb" was finished. We were the only 2 people in the restaurant. The wife wanted to cut and run but I said we would stay, big mistake. The starter came and went; we both left our main course, not pleasant. The assistant manager did know it was our anniversary, he came over said sorry gave us a bottle of the dry white to take home and deducted the price of one meal. Evening completely ruined went ... more
Customer Hotels in West Midlands in general Reviews (3)
by KEITH - written on 11/10/08
We ate at the restaurant for our wedding anniversary Friday 10-10-08. Thinking it would be a pleasant experience. It was not. The wife wanted a glass of rose' none available. We asked for a medium sweet, only had dry. The barman took our food order then took me to the reception to pay upfront. When we sat in the restaurant the receptionist came over to tell me my main order, "lamb" was finished. We were the only 2 people in the restaurant. The wife wanted to cut and run but I said we would stay, big mistake. The starter came and went; we both left our main course, not pleasant. The assistant manager did know it was our ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/12/01, updated on 28/12/01 (Very useful, 836 readings)
I don't like writing nasty reviews. I don't like giving anything less than 3 stars. But when something annoys me this much, I feel my only option is to write a stroppy dooyoo op! A few weeks ago, I had an exam in Stourbridge. Don't ask me why it had to be Stourbridge - I don't know. Anyway, because it coincided with our wedding anniversary, my wife and I decided to dump the baby with grandparents and enjoy a night away in a hotel. The Talbot seemed an obvious choice, situated on the High Street in Stourbridge. Being typically organised, we didn't book the hotel until the day before leaving. We phoned, and were told to book on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/01, updated on 15/05/01 (305 readings)
I've been to the Belfry a couple of times on corporate business. It's a famous golf venue as well as a four star type hotel. If you don't like golf, or are not impressed by the ethos, then the whole thing may be lost on you - it was on me. Its expensive, and everything is top dollar. The rooms are small, and not particularly comfortable. The overwhelming feeling I received when I was there, and this was on both occasions, is that the hotel makes you feel as if it is doing you a favour letting you do business with it. The car park is full of serious metal. Astons, Ferraris, big BM's and so on. It's a thieves paradise, and whilst we were ... Read the complete review
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