Sefton Hotel, Isle of Man

Sefton Hotel on the Isle of Man offers a picturesque retreat with views of Douglas Bay. Combining Victorian elegance with contemporary comforts, it features well-appointed rooms and suites. Guests savour locally sourced cuisine at Paragon Restaurant and relax at the health club with an indoor pool and sauna. Sefton Hotel is ideal for exploring the island’s beauty and history.

Sefton Hotel is the best place to stay in the UK territory of the Isle of Man. There are 78 rooms, including their new product, Sefton Suites, up to a very high standard. My experience started with a quick check in, but with not escorted to the room.. Sefton Hotel is a 4-star hotel with no 5 stars on the island of Isle of Man.

I stayed in their Hillary Suite, which was lovely, with a large separate living room with a kitchen, a bathroom with a jacuzzi and a comfortable bed in the bedroom. Two Bang&Olufsen TVs and a rain shower were other important details. Two major problems which made the stay much less enjoyable was their internet. It was complimentary, but they were upgrading the system meaning no internet during the entire stay. At least a hotel should provide USB-internet or similar solutions, but it wasn’t provided. The other problem was no hot water at the end of my stay. On the positive hand, they offer guests bikes for free during their stay which makes it easy to explore the town and island.

The breakfast had a smaller selection of food and would be one thing to improve. The buffet was made of cheap products from the supermarket, and I saw several products from Germany. Instead, they should have higher quality local products or products from The UK. The service at the restaurant was good, and the front desk was very friendly. What makes Sefton special is the building itself which is classical. It runs like a good 4-star hotel, so don’t have too high expectations, and you will have a good time. Well, as soon as the internet works again.

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My opinion: Good+ experience.





















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