Nelson Luxury hotels, New Zealand
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"1 night Nelson"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Oct 18, 2012
First impression with the check staff was ok, not really going out of their way to help. Initially the room was booked upstairs, since we had vehicle and some bags requested downstairs and close to park( Hotel seems to have been a Motel in the past). We got our down stairs room but it was still not close to Car park. No one offered to help with our bags we were shown a trolley. Was very difficult navigating the trolley as they very narrow fire doors. Our room was directly next to aloud laundry. And we were bothered with noisey over exuberent cleaners in the morning even though we displayed Do not disturb sign on door. But overall location was ok by the river. Service a bit lack luster.
"Vintage and stately!"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Aug 27, 2012
I was surprised when I first pulled into the hotel lot. It is a large Victorian home and I thought I was in the wrong place. I went to a door and went into an empty dining room and didn't know what to do. Fortunately, someone must have heard me come in, as a young woman came to get me checked in. My room was down some steps at the side of the house, through what would have been a basement door, and in the back hallway. I was a bit worried, but the room I was given was very nice, but it was vintage! No modern conveniences like a large TV, refrigerator, or bedside clock/radio/alarm. There *was* a small TV that supposedly was set for several channels, but I never got it to work. My internet access never woked properly either. So, I decided to enjoy the ambiance, and read a book while lounging on the comfortable bed. The windows opened, but just out to a view of the next door neighbor's roof. Since this is a historic building, I recommend it for folks that appreciate history and architecture. I cannot imagine chidren doing well here. Although the young woman told me that restauants were within easy walking distance, I found that none of them were open after 6 PM. In all fairness, I arrived after dark and left right at daybreak, so perhaps everything would look better in the bright light of daytime.