Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Falkirk, Best Western Park Hotel is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Best Western Park Hotel makes it easy to enjoy the best of Falkirk.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, and Best Western Falkirk makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk, room service, and newspaper. In addition, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Falkirk, Best Western Falkirk is located a short distance from Faw Kirk Historic Grave Yard (0.5 mi) and Tomb of Sir John De Graeme (0.5 mi).
Travelers looking to enjoy some tempura can head to Boardwalk or Sumo Noodle Bar. Otherwise, you may want to check out a Mediterranean restaurant such as Cafe Corvina.
If you’re looking for something to do, Callendar House (1.2 mi) and Dollar Park (0.1 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Falkirk Best Western.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Best Western Park Hotel is sure to make your visit to Falkirk one worth remembering.
Went for Sunday lunch and the staff and food were superb. Let down by building works noise (on a Sunday?) Just as well I was in good company! Food was basic (at my request) but wasnt that hot. Cold plates dont help. I would still go back. Why? Because I was driving but their cocktail tree looked ever so good!!!
With due deference to the Hannigan family owners, this hotel lacks investment and tlc. On arrival by taxi from Edinburgh airport the signage proved confusing : on the roadside Park Hotel yet on the building Park Lodge Hotel? The building resembles an unloved '60s office block with no redeeming features, probably not helped by poor maintenance. Inside there is no style and no warmth to greet their guests, Unfortunately the lift was out of service (poor maintenance again?) and i was allocated a room on the 3rd floor. No concierge to help with luggage so this ageing man with spinal stenosis had to climb 50 stairs to reach his very modest bedroom - simply exhausting. The room was also dated with poor facilities - the chair for the desk was not adjustable so i had to sit on not one but two pillows for an ergonomic position for working. But one of the bulbs of the desk lamp needed replacement. Don't staff do daily checks when cleaning? There was no tea bag on the tray by the kettle - this was now becoming "Faulty Towers in Falkirk" The TV on the wall was badly fixed - what next? Well the bathroom was a severe Health & Safety hazard with no wall mounted handles to ensure safe accessibility when attempting to use the shower-in-bath facility (see photo). If nothing else hotel management must correct this serious failing immediately…
Stayed here for one night on a tour of Scotland not least to visit the Falkirk Wheel. On the outside the hotel looks a bit dated but inside it was fine. We had two rooms one of which was a very odd shape and probably not designed as a bedroom but it was comfortable with a good shower etc. Breakfast was good. We had dinner 5 mins walk away at a Beefeater which was v good but could have eaten in the hotel - the meals looked very reasonably priced. Good sized car park.
In the area and had also seen fab reviews on this central hotel /restaurant. Warm friendly welcome .We had a nice booth to sit in.Table and cutlery all spotless.Clean areas .All staff wearing masks while working.Lentil soup was piping hot and came with cute bread roll. The star of the show was le steak pie.Chips and veg all in a delicious gravy. 2 courses are £12!!!!This is a bargain as it is on all the time!!!!If we had been a pair of greedy souls....3 courses at £14 would have filled the hungriest of folk! High standards.Great wee team on .We will be back!
Visited the Park Hotel in August with family. First impressions were little bit dated on the outside. But nice reception area, bar and dining area. We were greeted by friendly receptionist who promptly checked us in. Our rooms were on the second floor, where we had to carry our luggage up several flights of stairs due to the lift being out of action. Building work on going at the present time and new lift being installed. Rooms were very small for being double room. The window in our room was broken meaning that it wouldn’t open properly at first. This was rectified thankfully as the weather was lovely and the room felt like a little oven. Noise from building work became unbearable as it appeared to be right underneath our rooms. Appreciate that building work has to be completed but couldn’t just chill out or relax in the room. Now for plus points - breakfast was lovely, staff were friendly and chatty. Dinner in the restaurant was lovely. Plenty of choice on the menu and the portion sizes were generous. Good location. The Kelpies and the Falkirk Wheel are definitely worth a visit. We had originally booked in for a 2 night stay but with the issues with the room and noise from building work decided to check out after one night. As previously said our rooms were double rooms on the second floor but they were very small. If we were ever to go back would not want to stay in the rooms that we had.…