See why so many travelers make St. Kilda Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Llandudno. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
While staying at St Kilda Hotel Llandudno, visitors can check out St. John's Methodist Church (0.1 mi) and Holy Trinity Church (0.1 mi), some of Llandudno's top attractions.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, and you can stay connected during your stay as St. Kilda Hotel offers guests free internet access.
The hotel features room service. Plus, St Kilda Llandudno offers an on-site restaurant, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day.
If you’re looking for a Mediterranean restaurant, consider a visit to Wildwood Restaurant, La Taverna, or Carlo's Restaurant, which are all conveniently located a short distance from St. Kilda Hotel.
Llandudno is also known for some great art galleries, including Oriel Mostyn Gallery, Tina Holley Gallery, and The Art Hut, which are not too far from St Kilda Hotel.
At St. Kilda Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Llandudno.
stayed here five nights and would happily stayed for longer. the staff were lovely and kind and helpful and the food was excellent . we dined in 4 of the five nights (we went for a chinese the first night) ,but having seen the menu we were so glad to enjoy the excellent cooking of the chef . his pates and soups and gravid lax and main courses and puddings were really excellent - a 4 course feast with coffee and a chocolate to follow.well done. you had to be patient with the lift but otherwise we were happy in twin room on the third floor overlooking the hills and clouds and the roofs of llandudno..there was entertainment in the evening if you wanted with one lovely welsh tenor telling jokes amidst his pick of lovely old songs from the sixties and seventies ,
Stayed for 2 nights in a Superior Sea view room. Parking is nightmare so be sure to pre book with the hotel when you book your room. It was a little confusing and difficult at first but with a lot of help and patience from the lovely Violet on reception we finally sorted it out. Room was much smaller than we imagined and rather cramped. There were 2 sash windows which gave a view of the sea. Basic hospitality tray, beds were very comfy with good linen. Bathroom very small and shower tiny, think if you were a large person you would struggle. Toiletries basic but we had brought our own so not a problem. room and bathroom were very clean. Downstairs area is very attractive and it also has a very elegant and comfortable lounge. Dining area ok, I had asked for 8pm seating and was surprised this was not allowed, the latest we could eat was 7.30. Food was fresh and well cooked, service was good, staff friendly but seemed slightly frazzled at times. I think the biggest problem this hotel has is the bar area. We like to have a drink before dinner and although the gentleman who tended bar was very nice and polite he was very slow and it didnt help that the card machine worked at a snails pace, so there was always a queue for drinks. Having another member of staff to help at the peak times would have made things much better. This wasnt just our view, many guests commented on the service. Overall a pleasant stay, and thank you again to Violet who was always smiling and helpful.…
From the moment we were met in the parking garage by a staff member who took our cases from us and put them straight in our room, while we were served compliment tea and scones, nothing was too much trouble for the staff. The hotel’s decor is not ultra modern but perfectly reflects the building and our room was very comfortable, with a sea view and considering it was bank holiday weekend we did not hear any noise from the promenade or terrace outside. The food was very good and as a picky eater all my requests for variations to the menu were met without fuss.
Hotel needs a complete overhaul. If you liked 1980 you will love this place! Everything very tired and old fashioned. You have to order your evening meal at breakfast…..?! The toilet in the bar had a sign asking you to close the toilet seat before flushing to prevent the spread of COVID….. I have never heard of this anywhere before….Maybe St Kilda knows something Sir Chris Whitby doesn’t?!
Just had four days break and this hotel is in a league of its own Never have we experienced kindness ,service ,and dedication like this Saint kilda you should be proud of the standard you achieve . Food was a credit to the chef you went over and beyond and we thank you Restaurant staff amazing violet just to mention but can't remember you all Thank you thank you Teresa and Rita