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|"Very friendly and helpful staff"||(in 138 reviews)|
|"Good breakfast and attentive staff"||(in 129 reviews)|
|"Lovely attentive staff in dining room."||(in 13 reviews)|
|"Overpriced, very bad value for money."||(in 9 reviews)|
|"Very uncomfortable beds."||(in 12 reviews)|
|"There was not enough water pressure."||(in 27 reviews)|
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Friendly staff, facilities minimal.
Front desk staff was very friendly and helpful anytime we had a question, or were looking for info on local sites. Location was pretty cool, being in a small village in scenic locale.
Rooms are bare minimum. Bed, shower, tv. Property says internet access, but found out not in rooms. You must sit in the lobby and compete with the 50 others off the tourist bus for bandwidth on the lone router. Facilities were run down. Carpet worn down, toilet paper holder missing, patchwork and repairs visibly evident. No air conditioning, no fans to check out. This place wouldn't be too bad if they put some money into bringing it out of the 70's and into the current century. Owners seem to accept mediocrity in what they offer. So much potential here! Need Internet access and fans in every room. Need to do some serious updating on facilities......new carpet, bathroom furnishings, etc. If you need a bed and shower for the night, and nothing more, this place will work for ya.
The beautiful Isle of Skye and the friendly, helpful staff that tried to make the best of the situation. They were clearly embarassed about the state of the hotel. The owner should be ashamed of himself.
We couldn't open our room because the lock was worn out. After an instruction, we finally managed to open it. The room was really tired and dirty. The linoleum in the bathroom was completely rotten and the shelf above the sink had broken off. The owner is clearly a Scotsman, because nothing broken is repaired. I found a woodlouse in the bathroom. After we got back from dinner, my wife found a second one crawling around on the bed. She wanted to leave immediately, but it was too late to find another place to stay, so she put her pants into her socks and was lying in bed with her clothes on and left the light on. At 4:30 AM the people of the room above us started walking around, which made an annoying squeaking noise that kept me awake.
Difficult access to Portree
Good breakfast, nice staff
Not the quality for the price. Water leaks. TV didn't work. Fire alarm at 6:00am.
The Kings Arms Hotel is based in Kyleakin, a pretty village on the Isle of Skye with panoramic views across the Kyle of Lochalsh to mainland Scotland and with easy access routes to explore all of Skye. Dating back to the 1600s, the hotel is one of the oldest on the island. While it has a range of modern comforts, it still retains many traditional features, such as big, open fires.With 81 en suite bedrooms, most with stunning views and excellent facilities, this is the perfect place for those seeking a memorable stay in the heart of a truly breathtaking Scottish isle.
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