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Reviews of Courthouse Kempinski Hotel, West End

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Review by becky on 5th June, 2005

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Me and my boyfriend David visited the Courthouse Kempinski for our one year anniversary, and were pleasantly suprised at the service which we received. On arriving the hotel we checked in to the beautifully designed reception where we were treated exceptionally well by hotel staff. Our room and bathroom was very clean and we had a great choice of films and music to entertain us. The rooms are very welcoming and everything you need is at your beckon call. Boyfriend David and I decided to get room service at a very early our of the morning and were very greatful as the hotel staff were pleased to cook us what we wanted instead of what was just on the 24 hour menu. Not only this but when receiving the food which was brought to us promptly, we were delighted by what we were given. Rooms also come with a mini bar that has a range of different alcoholic and none alcoholic beverages which we were pleased about. On our stay we also visited the hotel bar which is decorated in a very chic fashion. However, we were disappointed to see that the health spa that was supposed to be open was not. Therefore I would suggest to any who wishes to stay to enquire about the health spa prior to arrival. In the morning we were very happy with the buffet breakfast as it had a range of hot and cold food to choose from. Altogether, the hotel was friendly, peaceful, and a beautiful place to spend your anniversary. I think my boyfriend was happy with it as his present.

Date visited: may 2005

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