|"Staff very friendly and helpful.Mor."||(in 229 reviews)|
|"Good breakfast and good location!"||(in 213 reviews)|
|""Great location, great breakfasts.""||(in 243 reviews)|
|"The car park was awful."||(in 66 reviews)|
|"The cosy room and not noisy"||(in 119 reviews)|
|"Right next door to another room."||(in 12 reviews)|
|great location||in 751 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 672 reviews|
|room was small||in 540 reviews|
|breakfast was good||in 525 reviews|
|old hotel||in 431 reviews|
|next to the train station||in 348 reviews|
|car parking||in 200 reviews|
|value for money||in 107 reviews|
|city centre||in 105 reviews|
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|royal highland||in 16 reviews|
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Great Place to Stay if Traveling by Train
The front door is literally 50 feet from entrance to train station. Breakfast buffet is outstanding including Brit favorites like haggis.
Only complaint was poor WiFi reception in our room. Great in lobby.
The staff -- front desk/manager -- was very helpful. Our room was uncomfortably hot, and although she was unable to move us the first night as there were no available rooms, she provided us with a fan and ice to help cool the room and a sheet to use rather than the duvet. The second night, she was able to move us to a much larger room on second floor which was very comfortable. The breakfast was very good with a good variety of choices. Since we traveled by train, the location of the hotel was very convenient.
We were in Inverness during a heat wave. The first night (of two nights) we were in a small room on the top floor. Since there was no air conditioning and no breeze, it was uncomfortably hot, preventing us from sleeping. Some of the furniture and the carpet in the larger room we stayed in the second night was a bit worn and could use a bit of updating
I was on the first floor and the noise from traffic outside on the main road was terrible, with the windows constantly shaking loudly. The windows aren't double-glazed and even passing drunks shouting and swearing sounded like they were in my room. Walls between rooms are also paper thin and the room shook every time the guest next door closed their room door. To be fair, my colleague was on the top floor and had a totally different experience, but unfortunately I won't be staying there again.
Comfortable and convenient
Proximity to the rail and bus stations, shops and places to visit. Helpful staff, clean and comfortable room.
We had a lovely stay. Our room was very pretty, comfortable and clean. The location cannot be beat.
The breakfast included was not very good. Also, pur booking includes complementary cocktails upon arrival but all we received was a buy one get one 50% off coupon. Not quite the same deal there.
Proximity to train station and city centre
Wifi weak, essentially unusable in the room. Good signal in lobby but inconvient to go there just for wifi.
Proximity to train station and highway, lots of good bars and restaurants around. Cool looking Victorian hotel.
Wi-fi was non-existent - which was bizarre given they had routers everywhere. Very unhelpful staff.
The shower did not have any hot water, and even though the website says parking is provided, in reality, the hotel has 4 spaces out front that are first come first serve, and the rest of the guests must pay for public parking.
Breakfast was the Best and Common Area was stunnin
The entrance and common areas were beautiful, room was delightful, spacious and clean. We had dinner at the hotel restaurant and the food was perfect! Great location. Two blocks from everything important. Make sure you visit Hootinanny's a couple blocks away. They had amazing live music for tourists and locals alike.
The hotel is located practically at the train station. There was limited parking and constant traffic (vehicle and pedestrians).
The Royal Highland Hotel is situated in Inverness and is close to local attractions, such as Inverness Castle and River Ness. It is also a brief walk from Inverness Bus Station.
The hotel provides an all-hours reception, plus 24-hour room service and a ballroom. For added convenience, it features a coffee bar, an express check-in and check-out feature and an airport shuttle.
Recently refurbished, The Royal Highland Hotel has 86 elegant rooms. There is also wireless internet access, a bathtub and bottled water.
The hotel features a conveniently located on-site café. In the evening, guests can enjoy a drink in the bar. There is also the added advantage of an in-house restaurant.
The Royal Highland Hotel is surrounded by the area's famous tourist attractions, dining options, nightlife and shops, and Kingsmills Park is within walking distance. Loch Ness is a brief drive away.
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The Royal Highland Hotel is located at Station Square, 18 Academy Street, 0 miles from the centre of Inverness. Inverness Railway Station is the closest landmark to The Royal Highland Hotel.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 10:30 at The Royal Highland Hotel.
Yes, The Royal Highland Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Royal Highland Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, The Royal Highland Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Royal Highland Hotel is 7.9 miles from Inverness. The Royal Highland Hotel is 77.9 miles from Aberdeen Dyce.
Yes, The Royal Highland Hotel is a pet-friendly hotel.
No, The Royal Highland Hotel does not have a pool on-site.