The Grand Burstin Hotel (Folkestone) Reviews
Description:Address: Marine Parade / The Harbour / Folkestone / Kent / England
Newest Review: ... towel wrapper in the bed side cabinet drawer showing that the room had not been thoroughly cleaned. The ceiling had what looked like coffee staines on it (god knows how) and there were also coffee stains on the valance sheet (although I only noticed them on the second day so we might have spilled it on there but it was still there on the last day) The Bathroom The Bathroom was very basic ... more
Customer The Grand Burstin Hotel (Folkestone) Reviews (4)
by - written on 23/08/13 (Very useful, 21 readings)
Before I begin I would like to say that I have never written a bad review about any hotel before but by the end of the 4 nights we spent at the grand Burstin I was no longer able to look on the bright side. Arrival We arrived at the hotel at around 4pm, as we were on a coach holiday the receptionist came out and handed us our keys as we got off of the coach which did not allow you time to ask questions about the hotel which wasn't ideal but forgivable due to the amount of people. The First thing the receptionist told us was 'the hotel is at full capacity so there will be no room changes possible' which gave the impression of if there is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/12 (Very useful, 31 readings)
Grand Burstin Hotel - Folkstone Harbour. I needed a quick last minute stay near to Dover and wanted it to be cheap, I trolled the usual websites like trip adviser etc and came across "Grand Burstin Hotel" at £25 (yes that's right £25) for a Saturday night INCLUDING breakfast. Well what was the worst that could happen, other than it being run by Norman Bates and fictitious mother. **Location** The Grand Burstin sits and dominates the whole length of the harbour at Folkstone and looks like it was designed to look like a channel ferry, it is very imposing and you will not need a map - just head for the harbour and you won't miss it. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/11 (Very useful, 219 readings)
Grand Burstin Hotel My hubby had started smoking again so we decided to take the Euro tunnel over to France and drive through to Belgium, but as this is a long journey for us as we live in Shropshire we like to stay over somewhere and make a little break of it. Originally we were only looking for one night, which I had booked online after reading a little info. I didn't do my normal checks as I was getting a bit stressed, so I just booked here after reading the short description and price, which we got for £47.00 for the one night. The night before we were due to go hubby said lets make it a longer break and stop for 2 nights, so I got on the phone and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/09 (Very useful, 136 readings)
Never judge a book by its cover and the same could be said about a hotel, don't go by outside appearances! For our Ruby Wedding celebrations we had decided to go on a cruise from Dover to the North Cape of Norway and as we needed to be in Dover quite early we decided to find a hotel near by and travel down on the previous day. Finding a hotel with parking seemed difficult and then suddenly we found one nearby in Folkestone, great prices offer included dinner too, so we booked quickly as only a few rooms left. Can you hear all the pitfalls? The website made the hotel sound good, and so after guidance by our faithful TomTom we arrived about 4.00pm on ... Read the complete review
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