Park Inn By Radisson Thurrock - Grays Thurrock51.4999121780676, 0.312718749046326
ex. Lakeside Moat House/Park Inn By Radisson Thurrock
The lovely Stifford Hall Hotel Thurrock offers 97 non-smoking guest rooms as well as a free private carpark, a designated smoking place and a cloakroom. This Georgian building was refurbished in 2011.
The property lies within 9 km from Darent Valley Hospital. Gravesend is 8 km away from the hotel and a 10-minute drive takes guests there.
The hotel features a beautiful location with proximity to a valley and an orchard.
Stifford Hall Hotel Thurrock is around 25 minutes' drive from London City airport.
Room amenities at Stifford Hall Hotel Thurrock include free Wi-Fi, a safe, coffee and tea making facilities, a personal computer and iron/ironing board. Staying at Stifford Hall Hotel Thurrock guests can enjoy the garden view. Bathrooms come with a bath, a shower and complimentary toiletries.
Eat & Drink
A buffet breakfast is served 06:30 till 10:00 at the restaurant. The popular restaurant offers excellent meals. Guests can unwind in the on-site sports bar with a favourite drink. Offering various dining options, Harvester Grays are about 10-minute walk away.
All visitors are offered a buffet breakfast for a fee.
A picnic area, a swimming pool and a golf course are available at the hotel.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Year renovated: 2011. Number of rooms: 97.
On-site car park
24-hour room service
Bar/ Lounge area
Sports & Fitness
- Golf course
- 24-hour room service
- Dry cleaning
- Wake up service
- Continental breakfast
- Restaurant buffet
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Packed lunches
- Buffet breakfast
- Business centre
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- Children's menu
- Children's pool
Spa & Leisure
- Swimming pool
- Garden area
- BBQ facilities
- Leisure/ TV room
- Air conditioning
- Central heating
- Connecting rooms
- Sitting area
- Dressing area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Rollaway beds
- Hair dryer
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- Cable/ Satellite television
- Direct dial telephone
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
2 Single beds2 Single beds, 1 Double bed, 1 Single bed
In the Room
1 Single bed
In the Room
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 1 Single bed, 1 King-size bed
In the Room
1 Single bed
Resturant staff, very friendly and interested. Food was excellent..Twin room for daughter was fine. WiFi according to the website was free, I was charged £12 for 24hrs.
We understand that the hotel was undergoing refurbishment, but firstly I had booked a double room and a twin room for the daughter. I was given a twin, we were then moved to a double with a bed the size of a single, then we were moved again to the disabled room because they thought the bed would be bigger. We undersand that there werenormal doubles in the rooms that were being refurbished, but there were no offers of appology, or money off. I still paid full price. I would recomend it when refurb. is complete.
Convenience to rail and cleanliness
A welcoming reception area and pleasant grounds. The food choice was ok and of reasonable quality.
The room I stayed in was a bit tatty around the edges i.e. cracks in the ceiling, blistered and chipped edges to the surfaces. Could do with an overhaul.
The staff in dining room very helpfull.
The food provided in the dining room was of a very poor standard similar to that of a very cheap cafe, but at a very expensive price.
The personnel were pleasant and helpful and the food was excellent.Everything was quite convenient for our purposes.
Staff were very friendly,polite,attentive and efficient. Public Rooms were very clean and well presented. Bedroom and Bathroom was small but neat,clean and tidy,and fairley modern.
The Restaurant and Staff were top class,but,the Menu and Food were diabolical in fact they managed to make the `Harvester Chain` look like a Michelin Star holder. How a Hotel that purports to be a `Three Star` can present and serve such awful is beyond me.
Conveniently located near the m25, yet far enough away to be in a quiet location. Rooms were basic, but clean. Bed very comfortable but no extra pillows or towels in the room. Free parking, pay for the wi-fi and a very basic tv system.
Walls seemed paper thin, you can hear everything. Would recommend an upper floor to eliminate at least some of the noise.
It was the first time my wife & I had stayed at this Hotel, for 3 nights, as a pre-75th birthday treat for myself. We were collected daily by various relatives to take us out & about.The staff were always helpful, courteous & kind to ourselves & our visitors. The self-service breakfast choices was excellent. We hope to be able to make a return visit again sometime next year - should we decide to return to Grays, we would certainly consider staying at the Park Inn Thurrock if we do.
I realise that we chose to book a standard room, rather than a more expensive one. Although the original main building was a lovely oldie- worldie place [with bags of atmosphere], like many 'modernised' extensions our room could be referred to as minimalist - all storage space was open plan ie no closed-in cupboards or wardrobe & the seating wasn't meant for comfort use. Although clean, with comfortable bed, we felt it was meant for sleeping in only, rather than as a private lounge at the end of the day for a couple of elderly folk. However, we did specifically request a very quiet corner/end room, with shower & that's what we got - brilliant!
Hotel had a welcoming bar
Room was too small, bed was not a full size double, no soundproofing between rooms, shower poor, wash basin too small. Outlook in hotel courtyard was of a building in poor repair, generally tatty appearance. Hotel reception and restaurant is need of modernisation. Breakfast was cold.
Close to highway
the price was too high. I paid 100 pound while all other guest paid 75 pound. The internet charge with 14 pound if a complete overcharge and did not work properly
Very clean. Breakfast was lovely.
We asked for a late check out, yet our key cards were cancelled, and housekeeping asked us if we were leaving. Two thin pillows, for two people is appalling for a 3 star hotel.
it took 3 rooms before we got the type off room we had booked ,then there were no towels ,on asking for extra milk ,for theroom ,it was coming with a night porter butt never arrived ,the staff were just not switched on ,tables in the resturant were not cleared between courses
We were going to Brands Hatch and this was the only one which had rooms and hence we booked and stayed! was not the best or safest looking hotel when you drove in, but everything was ok.....Breakfast was served in this nice classical looking space and it was nice.
The rooms were decent in size and were clean. It has most things that we needed. But they gave us a twin bed room when we had asked for a double... but it was late so and we did not mind. Single towel when there were two of us. The Beds could have been better but fair enough.
Great Stay, elegant surroundings, easy parking and great food.
Bar prices are a bit too high at 3.50 for an expresso, same 3.50 for a single short.
Having booked a twin room we were given a double. We did complain and were told that the room would be rearanged to accomadate two single beds whilst we were out, on our return the only thing that had been done was a delivery of single bedding put on the side. After complaing again we were then upgraded to another room only to find this was also a double room and not a twin. We were to tiered to complain again so made the best of a bad situation. We complained at reception and we were given a token amount of £15.00 of the cost of the room. The staff at Park Inn did admit that the mistake was made by them, however this did not make up for the incoveniance caused to ourselves.We were not provided with the room that we booked and payed for