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Room on the 3rd floor overlooking the Eastbourne Bandstand.
Although the window was open the room was unbearably hot. Dust and dirt on the dado rail. The room could do with a thorough cleaning. Shower curtain had a life of its own. No air conditioning...More
We had a good sized room with a balcony with an excellent sea view, but the room was quite noisy from within the hotel and the bed had a very soft mattress. The decor overall felt rather tired - what initially appeared vintage was in...More
Stayed for one night at the Cavendish with work, twin room, sea view.
Sea View nice, clean rooms. Rooms were very warm, could have done with sun blinds to keep the sun out in the day.
Aspects of the hotel tired.... Carpets dirty, scuffed skirting...More
I had a 3 night stay at this hotel last month The room was a good size and had a nice view overlooking the beachfront and Bandstand. The hotel is old and could do with a major refurbishment. I wasn't able to open or close...More
Very poor, we wouldn't stay here again. We paid £256 for 2 twin rooms in July for one night. The rooms were situated in the lower ground and were really hot, there was no air conditioning and only one of the rooms had a window....More
US$81 - US$422 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Pot of tea for 1 or 2. An ancient, hard scone, jam and cream plus a dry, old teacake. After that I can't remember as we'd left and gone elsewhere. No point in complaining as the staff just stare at you as if you're from... More
Pot of tea for 1 or 2. An ancient, hard scone, jam and cream plus a dry, old teacake. After that I can't remember as we'd left and gone elsewhere. No point in complaining as the staff just stare at you as if you're from outer space, shrug and walk away. Eat out !