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Marine Road West, Morecambe, LA4 4BU – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.1/10! (score from 236 reviews)
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Free! Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
24-Hour Front Desk
Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
3:00 PM - 10:00 PM
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check what conditions apply to your preferred room.
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 20 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. Charges may apply.
Cards accepted at this property
Midland Hotel accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorize your card prior to arrival.
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THE ATTENTION TO DETAIL ON OUR WEDDING ANNIVERSARIY
Everything from the welcome to the food the room the view from the balcony every kindness and courtesy extended
The Midland achieves a balance of 1920's chic in the public areas with contempory style in the bedrooms. Everything from the circular cocktail bar to the glass-walled dining room makes an evening at the Midland a pleasure. The menu supports local suppliers and is of a high standard. Staff are attentive but not intrusive.
If being very picky, the iconic lighting centerpiece in the cocktail bar had not been maintained to the high standard of the rest of the building. But still grat cocktails!
The quirkiness of the room was fantastic, from the hiding of the toilet to the levering of the clothes rail! Whole impression went really well with a hotel that's already unique in other ways.
Excellent sea view from bedrooms Decor was amazing
Slow service on first 2 nights in restaurant
Reception staff and their support was very good. Quality of food very good. Room very good.
The waiting staff at breakfast a bit abrupt.
Sea view Easy parking contemporary room decor
Poor menu choice for evening meal
Location and views! Comfortable large room. Excellent breakfasts and helpful, competent staff.
Not much really but very limited choice on the menu in the small bar/restaurant. Also the bathroom basin was not cleaned around the corners. Badly stained carpet in our room. Apart from this it was excellent!
Wonderful Art Deco building and beautiful sea view
There cannot be a more rundown town than morecambe in the whole of the uk. To thrive the hotel could maybe offer more by way of advice, boat trips, cocktailhour
Decor Staff Food View of Bay
High price Run down areas of Morecambe
Resistant view design and food. Design of the bedrooms was so clever and pleasant to stay in.
Nothing. Everything was first class.
Everything was just fantastic - friendly staff, great atmosphere and a wonderful building.
When booking it is ESSENTIAL you also book in advance for afternoon tea and/or dinner at the hotel (especially if it is the weekend). It would be a good idea for booking agents to advice this when making your room booking.
The nature of the Art Deco styling. The background music was just right being pleasent and not intrusive. The overall presentation package was faultless. Ideal for our 50th. wedding anniversary.
Stay was too short!!!
All of it - to see this hotel restored to its former glory (I stayed regularly as a child ) is just wonderful. Each room has historic prints of Morecambe's past on the walls Restaurant is excellent and the views are simply stunning
There was nothing to dislike
The midland was a brilliant hotel in a great location, amazing hotel with great views of the coast, will definitely be going back with my girlfriend, maybe try get a luxury room on the top floor.
Only 1 bad thing, the iron leaked water when ironing our clothes. But was rectified with a call down to the reception and had another brought up to the room.
location, service, food all you need to do is sit in your room and enjoy the views and incredible sunsets but hotel is beautiful so do have a quick look round as well!!!
um!!!! still working on this question............... no can't think of anything
The view from the dining room was beautiful and the meals were excellent
Superb views. Brilliant design. Friendly helpful honest staff.
Lovely setting overlooking Morecambe Bay with brilliant art deco refurbishment.Excellent dinner experience regarding food and view.Staff were very friendly and helpfull.
Initially put in a room that was under repair, by mistake ,with various problems but staff quickly rectified the problem and moved us to another room.
Everyone was more than happy to go out of their way to assist us at the Midland. Courtesy was received from everyone, no matter what our requests. I had heard in previous reviews that the hotel was looking a little 'tired' but personally did not find that to be the case.
Through no fault of the hotels we experienced a water leak ingressing into our room. We were swiftly moved at a very late hour, however to a slightly smaller very hot room (the hotel was admittedly almost fully booked). A small token reduction from our bill at the time of departure would have been welcome given the issue and inconvenience, but this is no reflection on the staff who were very helpful at all times.
the meal, the staff, the view
the noise of the kitchen ventilation fans roaring away all night,as we had to have window open dun to stifling heat. kept us awake
A wonderful restoration of the hotel,with fantastic views and sunsets. Young staff attentive and professional. Breakfasts excellent. Dinner good but expensive.
Small but important details - No handrails in bathroom/shower area.Little shelf space for toiletries in bathroom.( Was a female involved in the interior design ?? ) Also a killer step in the shower. No handrail here either. Noise levels - when eating in the restaurant the noise of crashing bottles and staff conversation from the adjoining areas ( bar ) can be deafening.
Instant action to complaint re. original room. Double upgrade to huge room with wonderful views +balcony. Best service, lovely full service breakfast. This is an iconic art-deco hotel in a seaside resort which has seen better days, but still in a beautiful location, not far from the English Lake District.
The hotel's heritage listing (I believe) and design don't allow for air-conditioning. It was hot during our stay, but heat is an unusual problem on the N.W.coast! A bit too much emphasis on style over substance find the secret toilet if you can!
Food, bedroom with sea view, staff...everything was perfect!
The style of the hotel; its location on the promenade and centrally between the Lake District, the Yorkshire moors and the Forest of Bowland; the excellent food at breakfast and dinner.
Sometimes it seemed noisy - wind whistling in corridors, upstairs loos being flushed and contents noisely splashing down pipes in our bathroom.
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