450 meters to public transportation
Safety deposit boxes
|Value for money||6.5|
Nestled in the heart of Southport City Center, Prince Of Wales Hotel is an ideal spot from which to discover Sefton. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.
Britannia Hotels is renowned for its quality services and friendly staff, and Prince Of Wales Hotel lives up to expectations. The hotel offers access to a vast array of services, including grocery deliveries, taxi service, 24-hour front desk, facilities for disabled guests, Wi-Fi in public areas.
The hotel features 148 beautifully appointed guest rooms, many of which include linens, mirror, closet, non smoking rooms, heating. The hotel offers fantastic facilities, including garden, to help you unwind after an action-packed day in the city. Enjoy unparalleled services and a truly prestigious address at the Prince Of Wales Hotel.
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
All children are welcome.
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Infant 0-1 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
Baby cot/crib available upon request
Children 2-14 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 15 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
Tired but good value”
Good value. Centrally located. Great breakfast. Emma at reception very helpful and friendly.
One night stop over”
Booked the hotel because they had parking, the hotel never said it was £6.00 a night which I thought was a con and few more people where shocked, if they said there was an additional charge up front that would have been better, breakfast also extra , there was quite a few guests there for a rally which is going to be an annual event and will put them off
Once grand Hotel.. needs some TLC”
The hotel was clean but finding our room was very difficult. The layout resembles a rabbit warren in parts and signs were confusing. The room was nice enough but very dated and boiling hot. Unfortunately there was, what i assume to be an aircon unit or something similar, which was very loud and kept us awake, right outside the window (which we had to keep open due to the heat) the double bed was very small.. luckily our room had 2 single beds also, so my husband slept on this. There was also a lack of power points in the room. The bed was comfy though.. so all in all not too bad.. but overpriced compared to other budget hotels that are more modern in design
The room we stayed in looked like I’d gone back in time 30years , hotel tired needs upgrading, great location , expensive for what you get.
Nice place,spacious room,friendly staff.We will be back again
Stay here a few times every month..Great place to stay tho..Im not to happy tho, because I wanted to find out about some prices about staying the night again the following week..So I asked the receptionist called Emma, which is cheaper...Online or booking in the Hotel,and she had a horrible attitude with me...Now it makes me feel that i cant ask questions again now at the reception. .but apart from that..All the staff are great and work very Hard especially Ayman and Memo..Great hotel..always go back to stay there again
Loved our stay at the prince of wales it's a huge traditional hotel. Location is perfect and close to everything. Car park was £6 for 24 hours. We opted for room only and had breakfast at Wetherspoons which is opposite. Room was spacious with a big bathroom. Bar prices were really reasonable and staff were friendly and helpful there was a singer in the lounge in the evening which we enjoyed while having a drink. planning on a weekend in the summer in southport and will definitely stay here again when we go
Omg what a dump! ”
Firstly we checked in and the receptionist says Agoda are awful can never get in touch with them.. Shocked to say the least you don't bad mouth. Are room was 108 hotel badly signposted couldn't find our room at first. The room was shocking mildew on windows chipped woodwork stains on bathroom ceiling. Bedroom cracked on ceiling disgusting. The receptionist said they done the best to accommodate us as they had a 60s night on and the hotel was really busy. The car park isn't owned by the hotel a car park company owns it you have to pay £4 for overnight stay.
Great building but faded grandeur and needs investment to modernise
Good value for money”
Staff were very friendly and went out of their way to help. The hotel needs tic, but it's clean.
For a Rose Pageant”
The staff (Jenny) on reception and the bar staff (under pressure) the dining room all really friendly even while dealing with coach loads of people. Yes we had to wait to get into the car park but got there in the end.
the room was rather 'dated' & needed painting etc but it was clean, tidy, & quite pleasant. Was a good location & parking & the staff were very good.
Great hotel will go again”
Lovely lounge and entertaiment room great atmosphere
hotel needs updating repairs to building rooms etc”
hotel very out dated would have been fantastic hotel the 1980s food to be fair was very good enjoyed the food the whole building needs work been done on it be safe to say we wont be booking there again until some money been spent on the place there was a few people who i spoke to felt the same way about the building, rooms,etc staff were very friendly though just a shame on the brittania company that they dont seem to be looking after the hotel the prince of wales southport
Fawltey Towers but not funny ”
Tired, tatty old rooms in what was once a grand hotel. Creaky floors, lumpy old mattress, curtain didn't fill 1ft wide window, so 5am sunshine wake up call. TV smaller than my laptop. Left phone charger in room, staff refused to look for it as 'housekeeping had gone home and they have the only key to the lost property'. Farcical. Spend the extra £30 and book somewhere nice.... Or even somewhere average.
Hotel good value but needs updating .In a handy position for shops entertainment staff very good not for everyone .
I have stayed here before but the room i was given this time to stay in as put me of this hotel The room looked like it had not been touched since the hotel has been built carpet was awful wallpaper all stained paintwork yellow bed was not comfy at all. I would not recommend this hotel to anyone as i would not stay here myself again.
Beautiful old Hotel in desperate need of TLC. Staff very friendly & helpful.
Comfy beds great location
Beneath the grandeur of the public areas lies a hotel in dire need of refurbishment. Long narrow corridors with exposed pipework. Tiny bedroom with net curtains hiding the rotting window frame. Bathroom reminiscent of a Victorian hospital. Broken sash windows, only one window had curtain despite overlooking the street. The staff were helpful and polite. The breakfast was good although replenishment did not seem to be a priority. Having travelled extensively I feel that the room rate was extortionate for the state of the room. Brittania Hotels should be ashamed that this reflects their standards of business. My advice would be to look for accomodation elsewhere!