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The Metropole Hotel is located in the beautiful Spa town of Llandrindod Wells in the Heart of Wales. Built by the Great Grandmother of the present Managing Director in 1897, the hotel has been run by the family for 5 generations. Renowned for its' warm and friendly atmosphere, comfortable accommodation and superb cuisine
Over the last 5 years the hotel has had £3 million invested in its facilities.
The hotel has 120 comfortable en-suite bedrooms including Tower Suites and family rooms. Recently refurbished in a contemporary style, the restaurant provides delicious modern British cuisine and has an AA Rosette Award.
In June 2006 a new Brasserie opened alongside the redeveloped Spencers Bar. The indoor leisure complex with its 18 metre indoor pool, whirlpool spa, sauna, steamroom and gym is an ideal environment in which to relax. With lifts servicing all floors and a large free car park The Metropole is an accessible location for all visitors.
Some allowed in some areas. Children welcome from any age.
West Midlands, United Kingdom
28 April 2016
“Excellent, especially how an issue was dealt with”
I had a really nice stay at your hotel. There was a sound problem in my single room, a constant humming sound. After two hours of not being to sleep because of it and a migraine starting to cone, I rang reception and they immediately moved me to a triple room! The humming sound wasn't in that room though I'm sure I could hear it in different parts of the hotel. By that time my head was so painful that any sound would have been uncomfortable.
The reception staff were amazing. On the second day I couldn't re connect to the wi-fi though I had been connected it prior. At reception a member of staff went through the usual steps and was unsuccessful too. Consequently he rang their provider and together they sorted it. I've never known customer services like that.
The breakfast staff were wonderful too. Very efficient but without being too efficient (as in in other hotels you end up feeling rushed out if the breakfast room, especially as a person on their own) No such feeling here. Lovely staff, helpful, no grumpy faces! The whole experience was wonderful.
I booked the room at your hotel because of me going to Womderwool. However, added to that I needed a break and sleep which is essential for keeping my sanity! The triple room was amazing.
The shower in the single was really good for my bad back too.
All of that made me give it all 5 stars ( though I did wonder if the droning humming sound was an exciting issue in that side of the hotel)
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Located in the centre of Llandrindod Wells The Metropole Hotel is easily accesible by Road. The A483 passes in front of the hotel. Our large car park is situated to the rear of the hotel.
If you are coming from the south the best route is over the second Severn Bridge and up the A449 then A40 to Abergavenny. This is all Motorway or Dual carriageway. It is about 45 miles to Llandrindod from Abergavenny.
From the east take the A44 from the M5
From the north take the M56 off the M6 then the A483
Location Distance Time:
•Cardiff 68 miles – 1 hour 30mins
•Manchester 122 miles – 2 hours 25mins
•London (Paddington) 192 miles – 3 hours 15mins
•Birmingham 76 miles – 1 hour 50mins
•Chester 79 miles – 1 hour 45mins
•Bristol 88 miles 1 hour 40mins
Llandrindod Wells train station is a short walk from the hotel and is linked by the Heart of Wales line to Swansea and Shrewsbury. Trains run about four times a day.tel
- Children welcome
- Satellite TV
- Tea/coffee making in bedrooms
- Licenced (table or bar)
- Packed lunches provided
- Special diets available
- Lounge for residents' use
- Laundry/valet service
- Night porter
- Passenger lift
- Ironing facilities
- Conference facilities
- Travel agent bookings
- Snacks/afternoon tea
- Baby listening service
- Private parking
- Disabled facilities
- Central heating
- Laundry facilities
- Electric shaver points
- Telephone (public)
- Television available
- Sauna onsite
- Swimming pool - indoor onsite
- Golf available (onsite or nearby)
- Restaurant open to non-residents
- Visa/Mastercard/Switch accepted
- Dogs/pets accepted by arrangement
- Vegetarian diet available
- American Express accepted
- WiFi or internet access
- Leisure club (onsite or nearby)
- Air conditioning
- Coach parties welcomed
- Evening meals
- High chairs available
- Cots available
- Gym on site
- Staff fluent in French
- Staff fluent in Spanish
- Staff fluent in Polish
- Staff fluent in Welsh
Some allowed in some areas. Children welcome from any age.
Self-Assessed Accessibility Details
- Designated parking for guests with disabilities
- Within 50 metres approx. of entrance
- Drop-off point for guests outside entrance
- Route from the parking area to the entrance:
- Is flat (i.e. without steps)
- Bedroom furniture can be re-arranged if requested by guest
- Separate shower unit with support handrails available
- Separate shower unit with fixed shower seat or shower chair available
- Bath with support handrails available
- WCs with handrails available
On Arrival at The MetropoleOur Car Park is at the rear of the Hotel accessed off Beaufort Road. The Car Park is flat and level Four Disabled Bays are available by a side entrance to the hotel There is an Automatic Door from the Car Park into the Hotel. A lift will take you from car park level to the main body of the Hotel. Lift width 1100 mm You may park at the front entrance of the hotel to drop off luggage or passengers A porterage service is available for help with luggage If arriving by train we can order a taxi for guests with advance notice Checking InOnce inside the hotel there is access to reception on ground floor with no steps or ramps The reception desk may be too high for those in a wheel chair, if this is the case an alternative table is provided We do not have a hearing loop at reception The Ground FloorMost of the ground floor is on one level, including the bar, reception, lounges, dining room and most meeting rooms The bar may be too high for those in a wheel chair, if this is the case a waiter service will be offered Lounges and corridors on the ground floor are well lit with good colour contrast Both the ground floor and the David Spencer Suite have toilet facilities for those with specific needs. Bedrooms3 lifts runs to all floors. The lifts do not have audio but it do have raised buttons. Only one lift is suitable for wheelchair users and this does service all floors. Lift width 900mm A banister runs all the way up the stairs to each floor on the right hand side of the stairs Corridors have good colour contrast and are well lit Bedrooms are on 4 floors. These floors do contain stairs to some rooms therefore please make clear at the time of your reservation that you would require level access to your bedroom. Bedroom lighting is of different light levels Non-feather or synthetic pillows are available on request A raised toilet seat is available upon request Bathroom Stools are available upon request for use in a shower The fire alarm is audio only h owever systems have been put in place to ensure the safe exit of all guests in the case of an emergency. If you have any concerns on this issue our Duty Manager will be pleased to talk to you about these procedures. There are two fully accessible bedrooms near the main lift with en-suite facilities for wheelchair users. The Dining RoomMost diets can be catered for by prior arrangement A table near the door in the dining room can be arranged for easy access Chairs are non fixed in the dining room Chairs with arms are available in the dining room on request. A large print menu is available on request. Other InformationThe hotel has one wheel chair, and with prior notice, can obtain a further wheelchair to be on site Guide dogs are welcome Reception is manned 24 hours a day Room service is available to any guests wishing to have meals in their rooms The hotel has no signs or literature in Braille The leisure complex is currently only accessible via 5 steps. TrainingAll Directors, Managers, Head of Department and many front of House staff attended a training Course entitled, 'Getting it Right! Providing a service of equality.' The course aims were to: Increase general awareness by exploring the attitudes and behaviour that impact on societys perceptions of disabled people. Give a deeper understanding of the barriers that prevent disabled people from receiving a service of equality Improve communication skills thereby enhancing customer care. Raise awareness of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and in particular the duties imposed on service providers. Metropole Hotel. 13.10.2006.
- Meals for guests with special dietary requirements can be provided:
- Proprietors/staff available 24-hours
- Emergency evacuation procedures for guests with disabilities
- Staff have had disability awareness training