Seaham Hall Hotel and Serenity Spa (Seaham) Reviews
Description:Address: Lord Byron's Walk / Seaham / England / SR7 7AG / UK / Telephone: +44 191 5161400 / This luxury hotel situated ... more
Newest Review: ... causing the smell of chlorine in residential area. Average service, breakfast on first morning was excellent but on the second morning was disgusting. This is not any where near the advertised 5 star standard. I would not be delighted even at £80 per night but the advertised rates are daylight robbery. Don't waste your money! This hotel is tired and in need of refurbishment with dirty ... more
Customer Seaham Hall Hotel and Serenity Spa (Seaham) Reviews (5)
by Fraser brown - written on 18/04/11
Bad smell of chlorine throughout the hotel and rooms. Broken sink. Broken shower head. Tv trim broken off. Tv signal kept going off. dirty stains on chairs in room. Broken door between spa and hotel causing the smell of chlorine in residential area. Average service, breakfast on first morning was excellent but on the second morning was disgusting. This is not any where near the advertised 5 star standard. I would not be delighted even at £80 per night but the advertised rates are daylight robbery. Don't waste your money! This hotel is tired and in need of refurbishment with dirty and threadbare carpets in the public areas. The spa is good when everything is working Read the complete review
by - written on 10/04/10 (Very useful, 182 readings)
As a christmas gift one year I received a voucher to be used at Seaham Hall Spa. I had never had a professional spa treatment before so was very curious as to what kind of treats I would be able to have and I was particularly excited because I had heard only rave reviews about the Serenity Spa. I decided to be kind and opted for the Heave and Eart treatment which is designed for 2 people, preferably your partner or someone you know very well. Sun-Fri is costs £170 per person or £180 Saturday. At first I was a bit put off at the price as it seemed so much money, but as i had a voucher for part of the payment and had heard only good things I booked up ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/10 (Very useful, 133 readings)
I visited Seaham Hall's Serenity Spa in November 2009 with my Mam, it was a girly treat for us (because we both deserved it!) and we went for the 'Hours of Idleness' day ritual package which was £170 each and entailed the following... **Full day access to the spa facilities, thermal baths, showers and free refreshments **Fluffy bathrobes and complementary flip flops for the day **Lunch in the Ozone restaurant **Hot Stone Therapy (full body massage) **Serenity Idleness Facial And I have to say right now that a day spent at Seaham Hall is truly a full 5 dooyoo star experience! Now £170 might seem a little steep, but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/09, updated on 10/05/11 (Useful, 179 readings)
This probably has to be one of my favorite hotels I have stayed in ever.. and I have stayed in lots of hotels!! As soon as you arrive at the hotel you get the wow factor. The fountains at the front of the hotel are very impressive and although the building is traditional the hotel feels very contemporary. The reception area follows on from your initial impression and the staff are extremely helpful and friendly, which is rare in more exclusive hotels. The room was just gorgeous, plenty of room, gorgeous bedding, really comfortable bed..... just perfect really. The bathroom was also faultless and stocked with a wide range of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/08, updated on 04/01/10 (Very useful, 506 readings)
I first stayed at Seaham Hall in County Durham in 2001. We were living in Northumberland and the hotel had recently opened having been converted from a stately home built way back in 1791. Its claim to fame that Lord Byron married Annabella Millbanke there in 1815. Hubby and I were there to celebrate our wedding anniversary. The suite no 15 (they are all suites) had a bath surrounded by candles and Molten Brown toiletries in the actual bedroom. We also had a separate shower room. The bed was huge and extremely comfortable and we were given a "pillow menu" to choose from. With crisp white linen, I remember feeling like I was sleeping on a huge cloud. The ... Read the complete review
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