Press & Reviews

Recent features on the Royal Harbour Hotel:

Heart London Magazine (July 2017): Click here for full five star review
“It is perfect for families, foodies and couple who are seeking a romantic break.”

Valery Collins – Experienced Traveller blog (May 2017): Click here for full review
“My accommodation that night was the delightfully quaint Royal Harbour Hotel … This hotel occupies three Georgian houses in a beautifully preserved crescent of the same era.”

Martin Banks – Brussels in View (May 2017): Click here for full review (pp 14-15)
“If you’re looking for a stopover, the Royal Harbour, a delightfully quirky Georgian hotel, is ideal … Taken together, it all makes for a very satisfying and relaxing stay.”

The Globe Trotter (May 2017): Click here for full review
“The first thing I noticed as we were ushered into the main dining area was the striking red walls. It was the perfect foil for the warm, old-fashioned wood furniture. An eclectic mix of objects – books, magazine covers and other trinkets – added a unique finish to the room. The ambience and setting were informal and comfortable.”

Ruth Brindle / Mattie Lacey-Davidson – Harrow Times (March 2017): Click here for full review
“Next stop was the coast and Ramsgate to check into the charming and quirky Royal Harbour Hotel. It’s in a stunning, elevated location looking out to sea and over the harbour”

George Shaw – East Kent Lifestyle & Cool Places (March/April 2017): Click for full review on East Kent Lifestyle & Cool Places
“This child and dog-friendly establishment has a real homely charm”

Roger St Pierre – Belfast Telegraph (March 2017): Click here for full review
“Here you will find the very epitome of the bijou hotel idiom.”

Kathryn Flett – The Telegraph (for The Empire Room, December 2016): Click here for full review
“I can say with confidence that anybody looking for thoroughly accomplished no-fangled British cooking in Thanet South will not be disappointed”

Natasha Harding – The Sun (December 2016): Click here for full review
“We had a great night and dinner was to die for.”

TLM – The Travel and Leisure Magazine (November 2016): Click here for full review
“The Royal Harbour Hotel is a delightfully quirky place to stay, ideally located … a stay here offers an opportunity to spend some time relaxing and enjoying the restorative properties of sea air.”

Neil Hennessy-Vass (November 2016): Click here for full review
“The Royal Harbour Hotel is a little gem of place that offers great value and food fit for a king let alone his army. I urge you to give the sleepy corner of Kent a visit and prepare to slow down, take in the views and enjoy a splendid meal with the knowledge that the person who created it has been poacher, gamekeeper and Michelin trained.”