Laurelbank

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Reviews of Laurelbank Hotel, Glenrothes

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Review by Steve Pleasants on 13th September, 2008

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I was visiting the area for a friends wedding and booked in for 1 night as the hotel was recommended by a friend who is a local businessman. As the wedding was on Friday 12th in the morning. I decided to come in on the afternoon of the 11th Sept to say that I would be in late and get the combination for the hotel entrance. I was suprised to recieve the key to the room. Then when I checked out today I was informed that I would have to pay 90.00 as I had the room for 2 nights. I asked to speak to the manager who was most rude and told me to "Pay up and never come back" I went and called my friend who called her and I was then told that I had to pay 45.00. With this attitude of the staff and management and the general lack of hotel essential, including a guest info pack, I will NOT recommend this hotel to anyone. Be warned!!

Date visited: 12.09.08

Review by Lauren on 25th August, 2008

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I got married at this hotel on 26th July 2008. We were treated like royalty. The staff were absolutly brilliant. All our guests really enjoyed theirselves. Can't thank everyone enough.

Date visited: 26th july 2008

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