Crazy Bear Group (England) Reviews
Description:Boutique Hotel and Restaurant in three locations: London, Stadhampton - Oxfordshire and Beaconsfield - Buckinghamshire. ... more
Newest Review: ... Our room was the first at the top of the stairs. Our room was painted deep red walls and ceiling, and the ceiling had the same ironwork 'twigs leading from behind the bedhead. It looked very effective but from the photos on the website I was expecting a larger room. There was a bed, two slate bedside shelves with lights. A large flat screen TV sat on a glass table was under the eaves and a ... more
Customer Crazy Bear Group (England) Reviews (6)
by - written on 20/10/13 (Very useful, 49 readings)
Crazy Bear Hotel Stay I booked this hotel as I was attracted by the unusual bedrooms and quirky décor in them. It is coming up to my 60th Birthday so we decided this would be a nice little treat , a night in a posh hotel, afternoon tea and a champagne breakfast the next day. When we arrived we were rather taken with the red double bus in the car park which was the Reception. We were welcomed and I had to sign a form with our car number plate and a credit card swipe. The young lady then took us over to the hotel and showed us our room. We walked past a large wooden pirate then a waterfall and through the outdoor seating area which did ... Read the complete review
by FoodLover1970 - written on 20/01/11
Nothing wrong with the food and surroundings per se, if a touch overpriced. The main bugbear here, as has been exposed on various other review websites (TripAdvisor/UrbanSpoon etc) is the frankly APPALLING Service, and rude, disinterested, immature and complacent management skills exhibited by teenage 'managers' when these matters are brought to their attention!! Having had a very expensive evening ruined by drunken diners on another table, and the so-called 'management' taking absolutely no notice whatsoever of our concerns, our obvious dismay was picked up on Twitter by someone from Head Office who promised a full investigation. This 'investigation' was 'investigated' . Read the complete review
by - written on 22/09/09 (Useful, 166 readings)
When first entering the bar you are immedately taken back by the decore. The only way to discribe this is utterly amazing! I dread the think the ammout of money that was thrown at the place. Nothing looks out of place from the glass ceiling or the soft leather arm chairs to the outside swimming pool. You can practically smell the money in there. They have a varied drinks menu which is quite pricey but after taking one look around the bar you can understand why. I imagine Bill Gates' home looks quite like this. The resturant area is just as extravagent and the food is lovely if again a little pricey. For example a champagne cocktail will sent you back £9.50 and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/03/09 (Useful, 159 readings)
Just ate again at the Crazy Bear, and was very disappointed with the food. Yes, the surroundings in this recently renovated bar restaurant are very glam (dare I say completely over the top!) and it's an interesting place to go for a look, but the food is vey underrrated, which considering the prices, makes it a real disappointment. We had a group of 10 eat there, so had a good sample of the starters and mains on offer, and none were outstanding. My salad was okay, but not great, and my steak was fair. Chips were very greasy and the small amount of spinach was dumped on my plate. Considering that the starters were about £7-9 and the mains ranged from £18 up, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/12/08, updated on 26/12/08 (Very useful, 244 readings)
The Crazy Bear is located in Beaconsfield 'Old Town' (I live in Beaconsfield so this place is almost on my doorstep). It has recently opened following substantial renovation of the oldest building in the town, which for a long time, used to be the George Hotel. The place has been magnificently restored, and because they have built down as well as refurbishing the existing areas, it took over four years to complete, the result of which is a piece of dramatic architecture, with spectacular lighting and amazing and luxurious decor. The renovation work included an underground extension which is in itself quite elaborate and luxurious, adding extra character to this ... Read the complete review
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