Tudor Park, a Marriott Hotel & Country Club
(Maidstone) 4 4 Star:
Per Person Per Night
- 18-hole PGA championship course
- Swimming pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and gym
- Free parking at hotel
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Surrounded by lush countryside, the Tudor Park, a Marriott Hotel & Country Club sits in the garden of England, within easy reach of the amazing Leeds Castle, stunning Canterbury Cathedral and all the splendour of central London. Although there are many attractions close by you may not want to venture away from the Tudor Park, a Marriott Hotel & Country Club where relaxation and luxury hit a magnificent peak.
For golf fans the Tudor Park, a Marriott Hotel & Country Club is the perfect place for a weekend away, with an 18-hole PGA championship course onsite. If golf isn’t your thing, don’t worry, the hotel also boasts an indoor swimming pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and gym, so whether you want to unwind or get energised there is something for everyone.
After enjoying the luxury facilities at the Tudor Park, a Marriott Hotel & Country Club move over to the fabulous Conical Restaurant which offers simple. seasonal, stylish food and surroundings. Open for Breakfast and Dinner.
After an altogether fantastic day at the Tudor Park, a Marriott Hotel & Country Club you can retreat to a spacious, stylish and superbly appointed guest rooms. With an elegant en-suite and luxury furnishings in every hotel room a good night’s sleep is guaranteed.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Lift to all Floors
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Mini bar
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Indoor Pool Free: Yes
- Jacuzzi Free: Yes
- Golf Course (18-hole) Free: No
- Sauna Free: Yes
- Solarium Free: Yes
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: BEARSTEAD
- Distance: 1 mile
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Interconnecting Rooms
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Rail Name: Bearstead Distance: 1 mile
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 955 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
NEVER! EVER ! AGAIN too expensive for outdated unclean rooms
Stay Date: 03/2018, Fillyfog80days wrote this review.
It was my birthday & my wifes birthday treat. we cant really afford really expensive hotels but she saved up and we thought at that price it would be a nice experience We walked a long way to our out dusty and dirty room.we found to our dismay unwas… See more
It was my birthday & my wifes birthday treat. we cant really afford really expensive hotels but she saved up and we thought at that price it would be a nice experience We walked a long way to our out dusty and dirty room.we found to our dismay unwashed dirty tea stained cups in the room, no saucers, cracked sink, Stained carpets, Everywhere needs painting, rusty hinges, cobwebs, rusty bedside lamp, wall paper coming off, chipped scratched woodwork, scratched wallpaper. really dusty in poorly fitted fridge cubby hole. no slippers desk light faulty only 1 bathrobe for 2 people bathroom shelve coming off patched up with unprofessional cement. tv nice and big but poor sound quality no proper film channels or sky It says on the tv screen view your bill etc ? But those options weren't working It has spotify in screen for music but it asks you for your spotify password etc ? Which i didnt think was a safe thing to do as its a connected tv to marriott hotel ? Well thats not all folks ! ���� Thats just the rooms! ����♀️ & then to top it all we were loudly woken up at 6.30 am on a SUNDAY by foriegn kids playing football outside our window on the manicured golf grass!���� We complained about our first room and the dirty cups etc and got moved to a supposed upgrade which was almost adjacent a leaking ceiling and bucket with water stains down the walls . Great eh? There were Corridors and all door frames dented and knocked Holes in ceilings Poorly Patched up holes in ceilings Stained flaking damp ceilings leaking ceilings Staff Linen cupboards in the halls all dirty looking And Then ? If you want a coffee you have to walk miles to the swimming ����♀️pool area of which the roof above is all disgustingly dirty flaking and mouldy ? And In that warm sweaty humid temperature all sorts of airborne mould or infectious fungus could float about and affect your lungs whilst swimming or just walking through? Especially if you have lung problems like I do! Very unhygienic! ���� Then you have to proceed (with no signs anywhere to direct you)through the health spa area and then up stairs phew! ���� Coffee was very nice Bed was very comfy The bath and constant hot water was very nice thank you We were given a free bottle of wine and said they would come clean our room but we declined and put up with it as we were tired and fed up with it all as it deflated our enthusiasm to even bother anymore because we didn't get anywhere the first time? No manager came to see us to discuss anything And On leaving we were not asked how was our stay? There was offer of discount sorry or refund or free stay or any different means of courtesy reimbursement.���� sorry to complain but we were gutted so much it depressed us both what a waste of hard earned saved money ���� Collapse
Ok, but too cold...
Stay Date: 03/2018, Alessandro B wrote this review.
The hotel was ok and the staff was really kind. International breakfast was also acceptable. But the room (not only mine...) was really cold and the radiator wasn’t able to keep it at least at 19 degrees...
The hotel was ok and the staff was really kind. International breakfast was also acceptable. But the room (not only mine...) was really cold and the radiator wasn’t able to keep it at least at 19 degrees... Collapse
Reassuringly Modern - Charming, not Quaint Charm
Stay Date: 02/2018, Iman9 wrote this review.
My 12-year old daughter and I flew into the UK and chose to stay at this country hotel the night before her entry exams at a nearby school in the first week of February 2018. We had joked about the travails of trying to find accommodation in deepest … See more
My 12-year old daughter and I flew into the UK and chose to stay at this country hotel the night before her entry exams at a nearby school in the first week of February 2018. We had joked about the travails of trying to find accommodation in deepest darkest Kent that was not above or part of a pub as she needed to study, or situated beside any cemeteries and which was not reminiscent of a potential “Murder She Wrote” crime scene, LoL! It seemed from its website and from TripAdvisor reviews to be the closest to a bright and modern purpose built hotel that would provide a predictable and comfortable welcome for slightly unusual looking international travellers within a 30-minute radius of the school drive away, and this hotel ticked all of those boxes. As Marriott Rewards members the room and its facilities were reassuringly familiar. Alex at the front desk seemed to do everything including helping with our luggage and checking us in and providing the extra heater that we asked for (having come in from 36 degree weather to the English cold). Breakfast was good with hot and cold offerings. Hotel generally accommodated my staying in the room to work while she was at the school for a couple of hours. Lunch in the bistro was fine although I was asked to sit in an inner rooms to accommodate several OAPs (who seemed like regulars) although the Brew Bar Lounge was not full. Steak lunch was a little dry/average but the large chips were perfect -crispy outside and fluffy on the inside. Room service in the evening was great with a very cheerful waiter that I made a mental note to mention but whose name I have sadly forgotten now, Beyond the hotel facilities, you may be better off booking any taxis via Addison Lee which serves the area - the local cab booked by reception was over 20 minutes late on exam morning (no fault of the hotel’s), had dog hairs all over the back and the dear old driver drove rather slowly thorugh several back roads routes to avoid traffic. Hotel has golfing and spa facilities and a beauty salon, which would all add up nicely to its offerings as a getaway/retreat. All in all a very OK stay, and with school now being in the area I would definitely consider short stays here again with family. Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2018, JB_dan wrote this review.
We live locally. Sole reason for staying here was to avoid building work at home. Rooms are tired, carpet stained. Always bugs me when milk seems to be on ration. You supply 4 Nespresso pods and two English breakfast tea, yet 4 milks. The cups aren… See more
We live locally. Sole reason for staying here was to avoid building work at home. Rooms are tired, carpet stained. Always bugs me when milk seems to be on ration. You supply 4 Nespresso pods and two English breakfast tea, yet 4 milks. The cups aren't the right size for the dispense from the machine. Why bother providing nespresso and provide take away cups and a mug suitable for tea. The bins the other side of the room. No attention to detail, or no one is checking the rooms properly. I know it's standard for some hotels not to have plug sockets next to the bed, but if trying to use your phone iPad etc whilst charging, your only opiron is to sit at the desk. Super annoying. Why not supply USB points Finally your website states mini bar in superior rooms, empty fridge. Common areas are as I'd expect, but the rooms remind me of US hotel rooms in the 90s. Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2018, nicolac08 wrote this review.
We stayed here as a couple to celebrate my birthday. The hotel is clean and the staff are so friendly and helpful. On our first night the barman was talking to us and asked us whether our stay was for a special occasion, my husband told him it was my… See more
We stayed here as a couple to celebrate my birthday. The hotel is clean and the staff are so friendly and helpful. On our first night the barman was talking to us and asked us whether our stay was for a special occasion, my husband told him it was my birthday and next thing we knew he bought out a plate with happy birthday written in chocolate with brownies, strawberries and other sweet treats. I was blown away as such a nice gesture. The facilities are great, we went for a swim and sauna and wished we had brought our gym clothes as the gym looked good. The bar prices are heavy so be aware . We didn't eat at the hotel as was up out early so ate breakfast in town, then went to the Oak on the Green for our evening meal. This is a definite must if you stay here as only five minutes down the road and the food is amazing. You do have to book in advance as they get booked up but it's well worth it. I would highly recommend this hotel, the rooms are clean and big and ours overlooked the golf course and lake. We have been to many hotels and I have to say this was my favourite so we will be going back. Definitely worth a visit, you won't be disappointed!! Collapse
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