Best Western Royal Clifton Hotel & Spa
3 3 Star:
- Located in central Southport
- Overlooking King's Gardens
- Complimentary car parking
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The BEST WESTERN Royal Clifton Hotel & Spa in Southport is noted for its exceptional range of facilities and excellent standards of service. Over recent years it has been thoughtfully refurbished to offer you the comfort you expect in the best location for a hotel in Southport. We have a choice of bedrooms including spacious family rooms and suites. Also the hotel boasts superb health club & spa facilities in Southport and a wide range of beauty and health treatments.
Southport offers both leisure and business visitors a superb town with excellent transport links, fine shopping and leisure activities. There are also many Golf Courses in and around the Southport area, including the British Open Golf Course-Royal Birkdale.
The great choice of bedroom accommodation options available at our hotel ensures we are able to meet almost any accommodation requirements and expectations. We offer the best Southport hotel choice of standard and promenade views, double and twin rooms. In addition we offer a choice of suites, Bridal suites and mini suites. Also a variety of family rooms with 2, 3 or even 4 extra beds often located in a separate room.
Also have rooms with outside patio's, some of which are accessible rooms. Spectacular views including the Kings Gardens, Beach, North West Coast, and our local town. Included in all rooms are a hospitality tray, telephone, internet and multi-channel TV facilities. Room service menu choice. Extras including, flowers, baskets of fruits, chocolates, champagne and others are also available when making your booking. Please note that here at the Royal Clifton Hotel we have a no pets policy, with the exception of Guide Dogs and Hearing Dogs.
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- Parking at Hotel Cost: £5.00 Per 24 Hours
- Indoor Pool Free: Yes
- Treatment Rooms
- Sauna Free: Yes
- Name: Liverpool John Lennon Airport
- Distance: 30 miles
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Liverpool John Lennon Airport Distance: 30 miles
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1712 reviews
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Got to get real
Stay Date: 11/2017, peter f wrote this review.
Great building but it needs some attention .loved the history of the place and they could make so much of it .however the price does not merit what’s on offer .charging £5 to park your car is not on also £10 for breakfast is also going to add expense… See more
Great building but it needs some attention .loved the history of the place and they could make so much of it .however the price does not merit what’s on offer .charging £5 to park your car is not on also £10 for breakfast is also going to add expense to an already overpriced .you can get a good breackfast nearby for half the price .good location for all southport has to offer . Collapse
NOT COMING BACK
Stay Date: 11/2017, agaig_partdeux wrote this review.
I am here on a week end dancing break, when we arrived the hotel was dark and very very cold in the foyer, we had to wait while the receptionists sorted out our keys and finally got into the room. I will say that I was very, very, very disappointed.… See more
I am here on a week end dancing break, when we arrived the hotel was dark and very very cold in the foyer, we had to wait while the receptionists sorted out our keys and finally got into the room. I will say that I was very, very, very disappointed. I am on my own and my room is small, overlooking an alley, the carpets are filthy, just glad I brought slippers with me. The sash window is broken and cannot be locked. The overhead light on the mirror is broken. the curtains, walls are dirty and the window sill has not seen a damp duster for a long, long time. while sitting on the edge of my bed I noticed that the old victorian radiator under the window was caked in dust and dirt ughhh. I dread to think what could be lurking under my bed. There is a kind of throw at the bottom off the bed which is not that clean looking. However in this surreal world of hotels the bedsheets appear to be clean and the towels nice and white and fluffy. The whole hotel needs upgrading and repainting inside and out. It really does not resemble the photos on their website. The food is ok, nothing to shout home about.Staff are nice tho. All in all, I will not be sorry to leave on Sunday afternoon. Britain is going to the dogs and should look at what Europe can offer in the same price range. Collapse
Not as described
Stay Date: 11/2017, Gabbie J wrote this review.
My friend and I booked a Groupon deal to go here which was described as a “leisure break”. We were really looking forward to jumping in the jacuzzi, having a girly catch up and even paid extra for afternoon tea. The deal sounded good - £89 each for 2… See more
My friend and I booked a Groupon deal to go here which was described as a “leisure break”. We were really looking forward to jumping in the jacuzzi, having a girly catch up and even paid extra for afternoon tea. The deal sounded good - £89 each for 2 nights stay in a twin room, dinner on the first night, breakfast both mornings, afternoon tea and spa access. Here’s where it went wrong: 1. Dinner was mediocre. Menu was too fancy for the actual quality. They even served green beans and pretended they were asparagus. 2. The room was boiling. Windows only slightly opened like most hotels and reception told us the heating is either on or off for the whole building. Old school? 3. Breakfast was ok. Hard, cold eggs but everything else was alright and it’s buffet style. 4. Spa access was really disappointing. Jacuzzi was out of use and no signs staying this until we walked up to it. Not even informed by reception. The pool heater was broken too so it was freezing. Sauna was packed as no where else for any one to go other than the steam room which had a severe lack of steam. 5. Afternoon tea was small and not as described. I was told on the phone I couldn’t book a specific time but to arrived between 12 and 5 and it would be a few mins to prepare. Man at the bar told us he would be at least half an hour as he had other orders (he was alone to be fair) but ended up telling us to come back in over an hour in the end. It was small and had items missing from what was described online only to be told “but you have more cake than normal”. Hmmm 3 bite sized pieces isn’t great 6. Old and run down. Needs a massive face lift and lots of areas cornered off as the ceiling was falling down. Not ideal. Wasn’t quite the weekend we had in mind but we had a good weekend. Staff at reception could be friendlier but were great in the restaurant Collapse
the good and the bad!
Stay Date: 11/2017, barry h wrote this review.
we have stayed at the royal Clifton many times in the last 12 years or so.just had 3 nights break there........this hotel is a very comfortable hotel..sometimes in the past the beds have notbeen too soft....our recent stay we had probably the best r… See more
we have stayed at the royal Clifton many times in the last 12 years or so.just had 3 nights break there........this hotel is a very comfortable hotel..sometimes in the past the beds have notbeen too soft....our recent stay we had probably the best room and bathroom ever.lovely bed ...super sea view.it is very handy for everywhere in southport and the staff are always lovely and helpful..........however on the minus side the set price deal was minus breakfast which is £9 per head(2 people £18) daily.when you walk in they ask you if you want tea or coffee and then take a pot of which ever to your table cold/lukewarm...how long have they been mashed?? 2 days out of 3 it was terrible.....every breakfast the food was lukewarm/cold.hard eggs/cold tomatoes etc..... its not worth £9!............... the Osborne end lift malfunctioned most of the time we were there. the 2 bars seemed short staffed...and now you have to pay £5 a day to park your car..... all in all poor value......are they trying to catch brittannia inns up?. maybe it's a premier inn next time. Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2017, Lisa S wrote this review.
Hotel needs updating in the lobby area but apart from that lovely hotel, very clean the food there is excellent, would definitely stay there again the staff are very friendly and happy to help with anything if they can
Hotel needs updating in the lobby area but apart from that lovely hotel, very clean the food there is excellent, would definitely stay there again the staff are very friendly and happy to help with anything if they can Collapse
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