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The Parragon, Tenby, SA70 7HR, United Kingdom – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.3/10! (score from 128 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Imperial Hotel.
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WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
No parking available.
24-Hour Front Desk
3:00 PM - 10:00 PM
7:30 AM - 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are not allowed.
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Situated in Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, The Giltar Hotel offers beautiful sea views, modern rooms with private bathrooms, and an enviable location overlooking South Beach.
Score from 172 reviews Excellent
The Albany Hotel is the perfect location for visiting Tenby and has 24 rooms. The Albany Hotel is situated on the Pembrokeshire Coastline, and a couple of minutes from North Beach and the harbor.
Score from 352 reviews Good
With views of Caldey Island, Clarence House Hotel is just 200 metres from Tenby’s beaches. The lively town centre is just a 5-minute walk away.
Score from 391 reviews Good
This family-run hotel with spa leisure suite stands in one acre of mature grounds, only half a mile from Tenby’s golden beaches. Heywood Mount is a spacious, comfortable and elegant hotel.
Score from 156 reviews Very good
The location the hotel ts excellent and the views over the south beach are wonderfull
No hot water in our bedroom could not have a shower or a shave, The breakfast could be improved by not cooking it all first thing and then keeping it hot, the bacon was so hard you could not cut it, the sausage was no better,
Nice staff. Beautiful location
LOCATION STANDARD OF HOTEL
stairs to access rooms steep and winding
Location and staff
Staff extremely helpful and friendly. Location ideal close to town centre with stunning panoramic views of the south beach from restaurant. Receptionist Irene advised options for parking inc multi storey @ incredible price of £1 per 24 hours which I didn't know despite lots of previous visits to Tenby! Special requests made at time of booking both met so switched from twin to double and upgraded to sea view. Breakfast excellent and plenty of tea/coffee in room. Male singer entertainment Saturday evening nice touch.
Couldn't get wifi in room. No lift up to our part of the hotel. Shame about the scaffolding over the window but appreciated the work was necessary and could still see through it to the sea beyond.
Reception and all staff pleasant and helpful.
Shower power poor, bathroom door awkward to close on slider. Cooked Breakfast was small portions, although tasty, and toast very thin.
All OK except the cold water!
We had a room on the 4th floor and the cold water pressure/supply was almost zero making having a shower or a bath a truly major operation. This problem does require some urgent attention.
location, meals, staff, large and comfortable bedroom tastefully decorated, large bathroom
poor shower and not so comfy bed
The location was fantastic and the staff were helpful when approached. The views from the restaurant over looking the beach & St. Catherines island were worth the money alone. The breakfast was good served to order very quickly and the waiting staff very helpful.
The hotel shut the main doors at 12:00pm without informing us. We had to wake someone up at 12:30 which may have disturbed other guests. The hotel seems a little under staffed as there was no permanent bar man and a bell had to be pressed to get attention, which was not always very quick. The hotel lost a lot of revenue as I did not bother with the bar after the first night and eat out.
Spacious room with table and chairs. Fabulous view from the dining room. Ideal location handy for all amenities.
The fish and chips and lack of vanilla ice cream.
My request for a disabled toilet was once again totally ignored. I blame booking .com and the hotel. Booking are the agents responsible and once again failed. I will not use them again.
location good, bed comfortable and clean
shower was very poor. hardly any water from it.I understand this applies to all bedrooms on the 4th floor. I ordered 2 items off the breakfast menu but neither was available.(scrambled eggs and smoked salmon and ham and eggs). I think they were running out of food as the full English was very small. Egg was congealed, No fruit of the day. The lift is very small and a queue formed very quickly. The hotel in general looks very tired and needs painting.
Being woken early by builders working on terrace outside our room. Bar closes at 11 for residents. Food.
THE VIEW WAS EXCELLENT AND ROOM CLEAN AND TIDY. WE HAD A FAMILY ROOM AND IT WAS LARGE, AIRY AND CLEAN
SOME OF THE STAFF AT BREAKFAST WERE MISERABLE
Very welcoming, fantastic location. Good room. Views great. Central position, easy walking to everywhere.
Hotel parking limited but plenty locally in multi-storey.No problem, only a short walk.
The location was great and the staff were friendly and very helpful. It was a lovely relaxing break.
The lunchtime bar food was poor and the breakfast was just adequate. I recommend booking online or through the holiday company Shearings who own the hotel.
Staff were really friendly and helpfull was a very nice room and located on the beachfront , couldn't ask for a better location.
I liked everything , price was a lil steep for a B and B but it was more like a hotel so overall a great place to stay
everything, the location, breakfasts, room facilities, cost, tenby as a holiday venue, staff at hotel, there was nothing at all to maake a negative comment on.
Location was beautiful and view from room was glorious but was treated very rudely and quite unacceptable by a dreadful bar staff when we returned after a meal out, and asked for drink at bar. It was only 22:40 !!! He told me he had shut the bar and cashed up. When I said we were told bar shut at 23:00 he proceeded to slam things around tutting and glaring at me !!! When I explained to the duty manager the next morning he was very apologetic and would look into it and get back to me. He never did Also the floor in the breakfast room under table was covered in crumbs ( we were first in there !!!) The same crumbs we're there next day Again staff not at all friendly no smiles and tuts when I asked for ketchup !!!!! wont be returning
A very well equip hotel with outstanding staff and customer service. First rate everything! The food is very nice indeed! The view from the terrace is beautiful!
View , wife, service, virtually sitting on the beach from my window. Peace , relaxation. Manager Simon was so helpful .
Location - view and walking distance of Tenby centre
noisy seagulls outside bedroom window porridge made with sugar poor mobile signal
The staff were generally good although one waiter at breakfast wasn't on task. The location was very good with great views of the coast. The room and (especially) beds were very comfortable.
The washing facilities weren't good. The plug in the hand basin didn't fit properly and the shower lacked pressure.