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Ocean View Hotel

Deze touristenklasse accomodatie is gelegen in Gros Morne National Park.

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Het hotel ligt aan het water in Rocky Horbour. U kunt hier genieten van het mooie uitzicht over het water en de Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse, erg mooi met de zonsondergang. In Gros Morne National park kunt  allerlei activiteiten doen. U kunt bijvoorbeeld kanoën,wandelen, zwemmen, zip lining en in de winter skiën of snowboarden in de Marbel Mountains. Het hotel zelf heeft simpele schone kamers met een uitzicht op de zee of de tuin.


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Ocean View Hotel
Gros Morne National Park
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De kamers me twee 2-persoonsbedden voorzien van airco, televisie, telefoon, koffiezetfaciliteiten, strijkijzer en -plank, föhn en een volledig ingericht badkamer.

Junior Suite
Zoals Standard, met kingsize bed.


Gelegen in Rocky Harbour met uitzicht op de Atlantische Oceaan.

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Het Gros Morne National Park, genaamd naar de op een na hoogste bergtop van de Long Range Mountains, staat sinds 1987 op de fameuze UNESCO Werelderfgoedlijst. Het park wordt gekenmerkt door indrukwekkende rotsformaties, ruige bergen en fjorden en biedt vele mogelijkheden om te wandelen en het maken van boottochten.

"Some good some not so good"

Stayed here for 3 nights at the end of September beginning of Oct. As we were half way thorough our travels in NL, we wanted to stay for a few nights, do some laundry, get organized and hike Gros Morne mountain and some other trails in the park. I spend a lot of money and booked the suite. Very large with a King Bed, sitting area and excellent view of the harbour. It does not have a balcony, but it was not the time of year, or the weather for sitting out, so did not miss it. But keep that in mind if you are going during the warmer months. I did not find the staff as friendly as we had experience elsewhere in NL. There were not overly helpful and kept telling us "it is the end of the season, everything is closed now". I found this odd, as there were so many of us tourist in town, you would think they would keep the hotels and restaurants open, but that did not seem to be an idea they were willing to consider. Room was large and very clean. Very comfortable bed and quiet. Breakfast was included for us, and it was OK. Eggs, coffee, the usual. Service was no hell, The one thing that really pissed me off was on our third night. The first night we went to "Earls" for dinner, it was Sept 27th, and it was the last night they were open for the season...it was packed with tourist with no where else to eat. The restaurant in the hotel was full (setting only half the tables), so they said, try Earls, you may get in. Food was ok, but most stuff on the menu was not available. Night two, we ate at a diner, now one of only two places open, as earl's had closed. No grocery store in town, so be forewarned. Diner was packed with tourist, and the hotel had closed half the restaurant and could not take us ... again. Third day, hiked the mountain (intense 8 hour hike) and upon our return to the hotel, checked for dinner. They had even less tables set, now down to maybe 1/3 of the restaurant, the bar stopped serving food at the end of August. We stood there with a dozen other couples with no where to eat. They did not offer take out, just said, sorry we have no room, we close at 8:00 pm and not seating people after 7. So, we sat in our room and ate cheese and crackers we had bought on our travels. There were lots of tourist in town ... lots. Mainly couples either hiking or travelling up to the viking village. I asked the gal at the liquor store about this, and she said no one likes to work past mid Sept, so they close up. It is a real shame, as it is a beautiful town and Gros Morne park is amazing and really worth seeing. But if there is no where to eat or buy food, why go? Hotel is good, clean and quiet, but don't expect too much in the way of friendly hospitality like we experience everywhere else in NL. So plan ahead, bring food and plan to make your own meals.

"BIt Disappointing"

Myself and travelling companions spent two night here, rooms were comfortable and claw but not what had been reserved and staff did seem non caring in attitude to fix the issue, food in restaurant was just okay and did not really meet my expectations, for a starter I had BBQ Scallops wrapped in bacon, I expected something other than very nice scallops wrapped in bacon, then smothered in a bottled BBQ sauce, chef, just BBQ the scallops and bacon, no sauce, then you will have a hit. Main of choice was not available, so I went for a steak , served cold, and potatoes that were lumpy and just too much cream, maybe it was end of season blues but more could be done to raise the standards. An average stay, but disappointed as you just know it could be better.

"Ocean View Hotel right on sea front."

This hotel is right on the seafront- we had a top floor room with a balcony from which we had a side view of the sea. The room was attractively decorated with two Queen beds, a sideboard and a small table with chairs and a decent sized bathroom. The lift is small and eccentric- one has to keep a hand on the button while you are in motion as the lift stops whenever pressure is released. we ate the first night in the hotel in a charming dining room with a stunning view of the harbour. One negative point- each evening the bar had a musician so guests paid to go in. This meant no chance for a drink in the bar unless one paid to go in. Rocky Harbour was an attractive place but in sept off season most of the eating places were closed and if, like me, you are a vegetarian getting a decent meal was difficult.

"Over Priced"

Four of us spent two nights at this place. It started with our rooms being mixed up and we did not get the rooms we requested and booked months in advance. There way of resolving it was by giving us two smaller rooms at full price in the off season. The rooms were OK, but not what we booked. My wife slept on a smaller bed than we are used to and it didn't add to our comfort. The bathrooms were massive in the suites but a small shower was placed in a small corner with the shower head pointing out the door. The only way to turn it on was by having water pour out the door. The head could not be redirected. It just didn't seem to matter when either issue was brought up at the front desk. Putting that aside, the rooms were clean and comfortable. The location is smack in the middle of "Down town" Rocky Harbour and close to everything. The art in the foyer and in the halls is by a local artist and is so clever. All in all, it's not a bad place to stay but our cost was far above what we were expecting to pay and any of our issues didn't seem to matter.

"Once view is nice!"

We were stuck in a handicap-capped room. This was not impressive since I am 5'1"! I hated it, the bathroom smelt like urine and everything in there was to high. Shower head, toilet, and the sink. Why would you put me into this room? Paper thin walls was also bad! No fans in bathroom. Towels were old, they should have been put for cleaning the floor in the bathroom rather than using in the bathroom. Why would you put a mirror into the room, if you put it behind the tv? No fridge in room. But one thing you could walk, if you like to do that and we did. Water is very close and that was the blessing to this horrible room.

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