See why so many travellers make Smith & Western Tunbridge Wells their hotel of choice when visiting Royal Tunbridge Wells. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a trendy setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Smith & Western Tunbridge Wells features room service. In addition, as a valued Smith & Western Tunbridge Wells guest, you can enjoy free breakfast that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
Close to some of Royal Tunbridge Wells' most popular landmarks, such as The Chalybeate Spring (0.2 mi) and The Parish Church of King Charles the Martyr (0.3 mi), Smith & Western Tunbridge Wells is a great destination for tourists.
Travellers looking to enjoy some crab can head to The Ivy Royal Tunbridge Wells, The Warren, or The Beacon Restaurant. Otherwise, you may want to check out a cafe such as Juliet's Cafe, Casa Da Claudia, or Chocolatl.
During your visit, be sure to check out Calverley Grounds (0.5 mi), which is a popular attraction within walking distance of the hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Smith & Western Tunbridge Wells as you experience all of the things Royal Tunbridge Wells has to offer.
Bedrooms on first floor up steep flight of stairs. Half the rooms overlook massive Sainsburys carpark. A very well-used mattress on double bed. Despite turning the radiator temperature down, it kept on turning on noisily several times during the night. Generous American-style breakfast.
I used the hotel for an overnight stay after an event at the nearby Forum. Easy to find and plenty of parking. A warm welcome at check in and appreciated being shown to the room. The room was well appointed with everything fitting the Western theme but not in a cheesy way. I appreciated the Tassimo machine alongside the usual kettle. The bed was nice, fairly firm, mattress and plenty of plump pillows. Plenty of lights and sockets including USB charge ports. The bathroom was large with a generous shower unit and bottled toiletries rather than just a dispenser on the wall. Had a very comfortable night and breakfast was served from 7.30 all the way to noon. Service was just as cheerful and the breakfast menu was in the american theme and throughly enjoyable. With a noon checkout time I was able to use the room and free wifi for a morning's work making the stay relaxing an unhurried. Can heartily recommend.…
We were in the Sioux room which was lovely. I personally found the bed really uncomfortable and woke up with back pain, I'm used to a softer mattress. The room was clean and theme was great. Heater in the room was really good and shower was high pressure, not like most hotels. I was a bit concerned it was going to be loud as we could hear downstairs before we went down for dinner but it settled around 10pm so wasn't an issue. The corridor is very loud and creaky or it was just people stomping, but again that settled. Breakfast included was okay, however, they had no eggs and I really wanted brioche French toast.
Very nice room, excellent location for walking to the Pantiles. We stayed in the Mohawk room, it was very nice, the bed was incredibly comfy and the heater kept the room toasty warm. there was plenty of tea and coffee with cookies and the bathroom was spacious and clean. Some reviewers said they could hear the downstairs music, i could just a tiny bit, but not enough to disturb me and it stopped about 10pm and after that the place was silent. the breakfast in the morning was fantastic. Our waitress Leia was excellent in the evening and then in the morning too. Tom the chef made excellent pancakes with berries, a real treat! Thanks all for a lovely stay!
Stayed over night for first time and definitely won't be last. The room was immaculate and had everything you needed, the shower was powerful and not just a crap low pressure one. The staff were just brilliant even in the restaurant when we accidentally knocked the drink. Replaced with no drama at all, we stayed for breakfast which was also lovely and tasted fresh. Restaurant theme looked great and attention to detail.
I stayed at the Smith and Western Tunbridge Wells on Saturday with my family and we had a great time, superb rooms, excellent evening meal and breakfast, first class service, I would thoroughly recommend the Smith and Western Tunbridge Wells.
The Western theme was fun. The staff were super friendly. The rooms were heavily themed but very comfortable with everything you needs.. The restaurant food was tasty with lots of choice. The location was central so you are able to easily reach all the local attractions. There is limited free parking in Tunbridge Wells but their carpark is free if you are a guest.
Stayed for 3 nights here, beautiful rooms, finishing touches excellent. Tassimo machine in room together with the usual kettle, tea etc. Lovely complementary toiletries and even a sewing kit - not that I needed it, but a nice thought. I slept like a log in the comfy bed but my partner and daughter - she was in the room next door struggled to sleep due to noise from downstairs which was a shame, this went on until around 2am. I'm heading towards retirement age and rooms are upstairs and only accessible by stairs which I struggled with. Breakfast was included and there was a wide choice, however I think more care could have been taken - overcooked bacon, vinegar flavoured poached eggs and the toast just too dried out it snapped like a biscuit. We ate the first evening we arrived, a Sunday, full of children running around, not the pubs fault, but the parents. Service was quick but one meal had to go back as ribs and chicken stone cold which did stop us eating there again apart from breakfast. I would stay here again but for the stairs and I would recommend this as somewhere to stay but the food was a let down. One more thing, Tom, one of the staff is fabulous, nothing was too much trouble the 2 mornings he served us at breakfast, a credit to the company, Thank You Tom.…
I arrived feeling a bit flustered as I had family from Devon visiting (they are both blind) so we had a guide dog. What a lovely evening our waiter warned us when they were going to be singing happy birthday to another table. Which was so insightful. He gave us enough time to go through the menus and recommended a fab cocktail which actually came served with a bakewell tart on the top.... Great fun. Mary the guide dog... Same name as myself was greeted warmly and given biscuits and water. When we were leaving despite them being busy we were offered help. So Thankyou very much.
We stayed over night in the Cherokee room. The space was ok. Decent size bathroom. Loved the coffee machine addition..very quiet considering your above a bar.. food was very good.. had to wait a while but worth it.. breackfast was very good. Large selection of food plus good sizes. Will be going back very soon. Defo recommend.
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