lauriston court llandudnoA hotel located within Llandudno in North Wales has placed first in the world for their service to win the TripAdvisor award for ‘Best Service Hotel’ in the world.

You can forget about the Four Seasons in New York and scrap the idea of staying in seven-star Burj Al Arab in Dubai, they won’t beat the service you’ll get in Llandudno!

Lauriston Court hotel Llandudno is located across from the pier on the front of the seaside resort Llandudno has overcome competition from all over the globe to win the prestigious award. The hotel has 11 rooms and is run by husband and wife team Ian Robbins and Carol-Lynn, who have gathered up over 400 ‘excellent reviews’ on the TripAdvisor website, with many reviewers vowing to return.

Lauriston Court also scooped up sixth place for ‘best bargain hotel’ in TripAdvisor’s Traveler’s Choice awards. The restored Victorian town house offers spectacular views across the seaside resort’s coast and overlooking the Victorian pier and is available for booking for just £35 per person for a night.

The owners Ian Robbins and Carol-Lynn said “When customers ring up, it’s not just about what they say, it’s about anticipating their needs. For example, we take car parking very seriously. We shift cars around to make space – down in West Shore if needs be – and bring them back”. The pair have also been known to help those who visit get to the theater if it is raining and have even been known to help make meetings and book appointments.

“It’s about anticipating what people may need before they even arrive – where they may be able to go if they have someone with a wheelchair or, if they’ve got children, where we can advise them to go.”

The news will not only help Lauriston Court attract more visitors, but the many other hotels of Llandudno who strive to offer an excellent service as well. Other hotels such as the ‘Clontarf Hotel’ made it into the top 8 for worldwide service, going to show the quality of accommodation you can find in the seaside resort.


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