Made very welcome at reception ,paid for a upgrade of room, which was comfortable but tired, windows needing cleaned, chipped furniture, room was cold until i altered thermostat. The staff in the dining room were courtious but the food was below average, particuarly the breakfast with poor quality produce. The dining hall at dinner time was very cold. To sum up it was not worth themoney I paid....
Why stay at Marine Hotel, Troon?
Situated next to Royal Troon golf course, the Troon Marine Hotel, part of The Hotel Collection, offers breathtaking views of the Isle of Arran. The scenery is a fantastic backdrop to your stay on the west coast of Scotland. Golf is very popular in around Troon and a course or two are worth visiting while you are visiting, you have around 40 to choose from. Or why not visit the hussle and bussle of Glasgow for the day? The hotel boasts 82 en-suite rooms with everything you need for a relaxing short break. Marine Hotel also has extensive leisure facilities to enjoy including swimming pool, health club and spa/beauty salon.
- Spa & Leisure facilities
- Close to ferry terminal for Nothern Ireland
- Culzean Castle & Country Park
Romantic 18th century castle situated with amazing panoramic views over the Firth of Clyde. Explore the woodland and gardens too.
- Burns Cottage & Birthplace Museum
Learn about national treasure, Robert Burns, and visit where Burns was born, the historic landmarks where he set his greatest work, the elegant monument and gardens created in his honour and a modern museum housing the world’s most important collection of his life and works.
- Ayr Racecourse
Fancy a flutter? Place a bet at one of the UK's best-known racecourses and watch the horses gallop to glory.
- Check in – 3pm
- Check out – 11am
- Health club and swimming pool
- Spa & Beauty Salon
- Car Parking
BAR & RESTAURANTS
- Fairways Restaurant- overlooking the golf course
- 2 Fat Ladies
- Arran Bar - for bar food and afternoon tea
- Room service
- Iron & Ironing Board
- FREE! wi-fi
- 5 miles from Prestwick Airport
- 3 mins from Troon Town Centre
- 30mins from Glasgow
- Close to ferry terminal for northern ireland
One of the better Easy Breaks we have done. Not much the owners can do to upgrade an old building with long corridors and a small lift however the bedrooms are good and well looked after. Breakfasts were excellent with part buffet and part table service but the dinner menu was limited a la carte and was let down by slow service (on one night only). We will go back provided 'the price is right'!...
We thoroughly enjoyed our Christmas break at this hotel. The food was always just to our liking. It was always piping hot and beautifully presented. The service was faultless. All the staff were friendly and helpful. The room was pleasant with a sea view, even though we had not paid extra for this, and the beds comfortable. It was always kept clean and serviced. We consider it good value for money for a Christmas break. We would recommend anyone to stay here. ...
ten of us had a great weekend break at this hotel. friendly staff, good food. ...