The Swan Hotel (Arundel) Reviews
Description:Address: 27-29 High Street / Arundel / West Sussex / BN18 9AG
Newest Review: ... there's been quite a crack down. In the car park I used behind the hotel it's free between 6 at night and 8 in the morning so most overnight guests won't have too much to worry about. I was advised by the lady who checked me in to go out during the evening and put a ticket on for the next morning so that I wouldn't have to worry about it first thing. Sure enough, after paying 60p I got a ... more
Customer The Swan Hotel (Arundel) Reviews (1)
by - written on 07/11/11 (Very useful, 53 readings)
~Too Many Swans~ Once or twice a year I have to go and visit a factory in West Sussex which belongs to the company for which I work. If I have the choice, I usually ask for a hotel in Arundel because it's a lovely little town where I enjoy a wander around in the evening to soak up the atmosphere. I've previously stayed at the Town House and the Arundel House so this time I was looking for somewhere else to try and I picked The Swan. Confusingly there are two hotels called the Swan in Arundel - The Swan in the town centre and the White Swan further out of the town. The one I am reviewing is The Swan Hotel on the High Street. I booked the room through Hotels.com ... Read the complete review
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