Folkestone hotels

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Top tips for finding Folkestone hotel deals

  • If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Folkestone, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper accommodations in Folkestone in March and November.
  • Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Folkestone if you stay on a Monday. The opposite is true for, Thursday, which is usually the most expensive day.
  • Book at least 90 days before your stay begins to get the best price for your Folkestone accommodation.
  • The cheapest 3-star hotel room in Folkestone found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks was £29, while the most expensive was £152.
  • How long should you stay? KAYAK users usually book their accommodation in Folkestone for 2 days.
  • If you’d like to stay near the famous Leas Coastal Park, then check out the Westward Ho Hotel or the Best Western Clifton Hall. For something a little special, try The Grand, with its three restaurants and two bars all within a 100-year-old Grade Two listed building.
  • If you like the idea of staying above a great pub, then check into Folkestone’s Royal Norfolk Hotel, a family-run hostelry that offers a carvery lunch and other bar food in Gee’s Bar at the heart of the premises.
  • Lots of hotels in Folkestone offer free parking, including The Relish near the beach and Leas Cliff Hall. Merchant39 has free private parking on the premises and is located just a few streets back from the seafront, near Folkestone Garden of Remembrance.
  • Folkestone is not a large town, so even if you don’t stay in a beachfront hotel you won’t usually be more than a short walk from the coast. Try the Wycliffe Guest House or Wards Hotel, which are both located just a few streets back from the seafront.
  • For a slice of tradition, take a room at the Ship Inn at Sandgate beach with its English cottage architecture and view of the sea, traditional pub restaurant and choice of real ales in the bar.

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Recent reviews for Folkestone hotels

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Best Western Clifton Hotel7.6/10 ratingout of 8 reviews · £54 avg price/ night
PROS: Friendly efficient staff. Comfy beds. Lovely locationCONS: Overcharged for room service breakfast. I'm a late stage kidney patient on a restricted diet so ordered only things I could eat from a la carte menu - bread and spread with a pot of tea one day and eggs on toast another. When I queried 18.50 Restaurant Breakfast on bill was told it 'couldn't be itemised'. Why have individual prices on the menu then? Watch out if you're on a budget
Anonymous (5 Sep 2018)
The Rob Roy Guest House7.9/10 ratingout of 8 reviews · £57 avg price/ night
PROS: The greeting we got on arrival, warm and friendly. The landlady ironing my shirt The comfort of the beds The warmth inside our roomCONS: I'm sorry to say that breakfast is only available for 1 hr between 8.30 and 9.30am. You should have at least a 2 hr window for this. The checkout time being 10am. I think checkout should be between 11.00 and 11.30am The wash sink inside the room and not in en suite. The lack of space within the room, not a major problem but something to address, especially when both of us are tall and need a little more room. Also the position of the dressing mirror inside the room, under the TV. We could only see ourselves from the waist down and had to kneel to see our top halfs. But having said all that, I would stay there again based on the friendly and warm greeting we got on arrival
Anonymous (20 Feb 2017)