The Aqua (Portland, Dorset) Reviews
Description:Address: Castletown Portland DT5 1BD / Dorset
Newest Review: ... price was that you could book online. As my partner works very long hours we had left booking the hotel until just a week or two before our visit so when we finally got round to it we needed to book quickly. I found the website very easy to use and within minutes I had booked a room for us both with breakfast included for just £56. This is a good price as another hotel we have stayed at on ... more
Customer The Aqua (Portland, Dorset) Reviews (1)
by - written on 04/04/12 (Very useful, 49 readings)
We needed to visit Portland for a family occasion in March. We have family living on Portland who we would usually stay with but as there were lots of guests coming we decided to book a hotel as we have done many times in the past. We were looking for a low priced hotel as we were only going to use the room to sleep in for one night as the rest of the time would be spent with family and friends. Browsing the internet for the best price for a Friday night in early March I saw that The Aqua provided the best value hotel room on the island and we paid £56 for one night for two people. WHERE IS THE AQUA? For anyone who doesn't ... Read the complete review
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