Breakfast was good except the cheap quality sausage let it down as did the dirty t-shirt worn by the waitress.
This hotel has the potential to be excellent and the prices they charge imply a high standard, however, the photos on the website are misleading and the hotel is obviously capitalising on the tourism brought into the resort by the Doc Martin TV series. This hotel is of a very low standard and I would not recommend it to anyone.
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Don't be fooled by the pictures on the Web site, these were taken to make the hotel look far better than it actually was.
The hotel looked grubby, it could do with a good clean and redecoration. The room we had, had probably been used for self catering at one point, as there was a 1980's style kitchenette installed which was falling apart and not working. This is covered by a wooden screen in the photos on the web site, they were obviously too concerned that this may detract from the rooms appeal.
There was also a considerable amount of noise coming from other rooms, as the walls are thin, this was not the fault of the occupants.
The staff although polite and reasonably efficient didn't seem to bother whether our stay was good or bad and if we encountered any problems. Seemed like they were just there for the money, without giving anything back
The only plus point were the room was large, the views good (through the dirty windows), the bed comfortable and the food OK.
Therefore I would not recommend this hotel, the room was
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Cracked and loose plaster on corridoor walls, peeling paint in bedroom, windows that are rotten and can't be opened. Central heating not completed and electric heaters that trip the fuses so leaving guests with no heat. Missing door handles.
A novel bathroom and toilet that has double glass doors to the bedroom - ok if you know your fellow guest well! No telephones in some rooms - management say most guests bring mobiles! Unfortunately few mobiles actually work in Pt Isaac. Management missing most of the time but say it will be ok when the refurb is finished - but still they charge full price for these "executive suites". I do wonder what the non-refurbished standard rooms were like.
New Years Eve gala dinner was excellent but finished by 9.15 by when the very small bar was full of non residents (locals) just drinking - no where else but our bedrooms for the residents paying
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