|"Beautiful reception area and library"||(in 12 reviews)|
|"Lovely hotel great period features."||(in 114 reviews)|
|"Staff very helpful and friendly."||(in 188 reviews)|
|"Small, dirty rooms in poor condition"||(in 301 reviews)|
|"The room was absolutely disgusting."||(in 279 reviews)|
|"Unhelpful front of house staff."||(in 120 reviews)|
So dirty! Just shocking!
- Great location - Comfy beds -Modern bathrooms with good showers -Spare pillows and cover in room
- Switched rooms 3 times - First 2 rooms were honestly shocking Finger prints and black dirt marks on walls. Floor not vacumed Toilet not cleaned. Pubic hair on toilet seat. Dust everywhete around the rooms. Window sills not cleaned woth dirt and dead bugs. If kayak would allow me to upload photos I'd show you! - Staff on reception were just not welcoming and friendly. - One male manager helped with my complaint but the female receptionists stood talking in the back room for a good 5 minutes with customers waiting (even if its eork related at least acknowledge customets and advise them you'll be there soon)
Good Location and ease of parking . Good Bar and restaurant
The room was very small and very tired . The air con didn`t work and the window could not be opened and as such the room was extremley stuffy . This is bad enough in April but imagine it would be a nightmare in high summer . Th ensuite was a wet room which was ok , however the room flooded if the shower was on full power shower mode . Also there were no vanity units or shelves for toiletries so these had to be kept in the bedroom as brought in as required .
Poor hotel none of the above
Nothing a dirty hotel
Hotel was dirty, room 12 toilet seat was broken, urine round base of toilet, bedding was stained with tea/coffee, was given another room was of large size again not fully clean, breakfast was cold and dinning area again dirty
Nice Hotel. My room was a disabled sea view room - very nice. My son and grandaughter's room was much smaller and partly looked onto a brick wall and was very hot at night even with the window open. Also the lift broke down twice and we were on the 4th floor
friendliness of staff,very good public areas;varied menus in restaraunt.
i found none during my stay
Breakfast and service in dining room were very good and location of hotel was lovely.
Mu husband and I had a very disturbed night owing to the composition of the pillows, they we extremely hard and made it impossible to be comfortable.
the service is quite good, and the food is very nice i think
public rooms style
substtute dining room (function was on) was badly lit, unaatractive, poor table layout and tinny music system. Staff were great.
The general ambiance. The Hotel was warm on bitterly cold days. The Staff were helpful
Our room was over-heated, due in part to a broken radiator valve which was replaced within hours of our requesting a repair.
Everything was great except you need to be aware that if you want to eat in the restaurant at night you can not wear jeans and trainers.
Not being able to eat in restaurant in evening because of the rule about jeans, I only packed jeans! But really, the hotel is great.
I do not believe the hotel read my notes on requesting a seaview. the room was bear the room was refurbished but they had not finished no paintings on the walls. the mirror was so high that you could not sit down to do your hair or makeup you needed to stand or sit on a few pillows ( I am not small 5 foot 4) breakfast good butcher but tinned tomatoes and mushooms !!!! eggs cheap and the juice was of standard local BB offer fresh veg & juice my thoughts were that the idea of breakfast was that will do rather than lets give a good breakfast that the hotel would be proud of.
Dress code for resturant - somewhat old fashioned
Quiet and confortable hotel - nice location on the sea front - convenient car park facilities
breakfasts: quality of drinks and food below average for this type of hotel
The Cavendish Hotel faces the coast on Eastbourne’s Grand Palace with several suites that look over the English Channel. The hotel is a 10-minute walk from Arndale Shopping Center and the shops in the area. The Eastbourne Rail Station can also be reached in just a few minutes. This 3.5-star hotel has staff who speak English, Polish, and Italian. It is 34 miles from Gatwick Airport and includes 111 guest rooms. Each of the rooms is non-smoking and comes with complimentary toiletries.
Guests at this hotel can choose from single rooms, double rooms, twin rooms, Lexx Rooms, and suites. Each of the rooms has a private bathroom and includes a telephone, flat-screen television, and a hairdryer. Guests can also make use of facilities for making coffee and tea in the room. Guests staying in suites will also have a separate living room, a larger bedroom, and additional amenities.
This hotel is pet-friendly for a small fee and offers complimentary high-speed wireless Internet access in every room. Breakfast and dinner are both served and available for hotel guests. The hotel also offers fee-based car parking, conference rooms for business travelers, and wedding facilities.
The Coronet Bar and Lounge offers a space to enjoy lunch and dinner at the hotel. All meals are made with fresh ingredients and the menu includes Greek salads, sandwiches, pizza, pasta, and other entrees. This space also offers many popular cocktails, spirits, wines, and whiskeys.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
Cavendish Hotel is located at 38 Grand Parade, 0.1 km from the centre of Eastbourne. Eastbourne Bandstand is the closest landmark to Cavendish Hotel.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 10:00 at Cavendish Hotel.
No, Cavendish Hotel does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, Cavendish Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, Cavendish Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Cavendish Hotel is 54.4 km from London Gatwick. Cavendish Hotel is 83.9 km from London City.
Yes, Cavendish Hotel is a pet-friendly hotel.
No, Cavendish Hotel does not have a pool on-site.