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Any Hotel Recommendations For Exeter

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Princess Fiona

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As above, heading there later in the year and no idea where to stay. Looks like I might actually have to stay in a hotel where I have no status :oops:
From a quick scan of Trip Advisor I'm loathe to take any of their recommendations considering 3rd and 4th spot are Premiere Inns :eek: :!:
It will need to be fairly central, I thought The Magdalen Chapter looked pretty nice.
Would love to know if anyone's been there or has any other recommendations for the area?
 

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As above, heading there later in the year and no idea where to stay. Looks like I might actually have to stay in a hotel where I have no status :oops:
Apologies I cannot help but I am sure you will be fine staying in a hotel without status. ;)
 

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Guess you don,t mean Exeter Tasmania. ? I have a empty 4 bedroom house 6K away at Rosevears..
 

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I stayed for 4 nights in the Mercure Exeter Southgate a month ago. I'd recommend it. It is very centrally located near the Cathedral and "downtown" (they do charge for parking). We took a privilege room which was spacious, very comfortable with a great bathroom, included mini bar soft drinks and WiFi. Breakfast was also good for an English hotel. We didn't pre-book breakfast which was offered on line but were offered on arrival two for the price of one for a full breakfast (2 for 15 pounds if I recall), a much better deal. I'd put the hotel at the standard of a good Doubletree and would stay there again. If you need any eating recommendations I'd suggest you have a look at Harry's Grill Bar.
 
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Just bumping my own thread here :)
I will be staying at The Magdalen Chapter next month and will update with a little review
 

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I'm here and I have to say I'm very impressed so far. Check-in was super quick, advised that I had been upgraded to a Feature room. At check-in you are given an iPad which acts as your hotel directory and also comes loaded with music (great selection)
Super comfy bed, REN toiletries and complimentary mini barImageUploadedByAustFreqFly1410246776.064681.jpgImageUploadedByAustFreqFly1410246799.680578.jpgImageUploadedByAustFreqFly1410246816.468092.jpgImageUploadedByAustFreqFly1410246835.168105.jpgImageUploadedByAustFreqFly1410246854.204167.jpg

The library is fantastic, eclectic selection of books for guests to borrow and take back to the room
 
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