Stayed here for 2 nights in late November in room 240 on top floor. Room was clean, but small and difficult with low ceiling from the gable roof. Heeded others warning about noise from function rooms, but found top floor was not very quiet either. First of all, the noise from the adjacent fire door opening and closing was loud, and this together with the opening and closing of room doors nearby was disturbing. It wouldn't take much to fit softeners and/or adjust the door closers. There is also a mounted bell on a cord on the landing (can't believe that this is a fire bell) but whatever purpose this is, someone pulled it late in the evening. Finally the noise from the wind outside lifted the loft hatch up and down on several occasions. Obviously high winds are not the fault of the hotel, but it wouldn't take much to secure the hatch against this - as I'm sure Weymouth is quite often windy. Connected to the open wifi OK although kept dropping connection due to a weak signal.
Staff at reception and in the restaurant were polite and friendly. Breakfast choice was good, but the restaurants windowless location is a bit lacking in atmosphere and a bit refectory style. Not quite what I expected. There is an indoor pool available, but we didn't use it.
Overall, this seemed very much a 'budget' hotel. Whilst the price was reasonable, it was more than I would pay for a budget stay. First time visit to a Best Western hotel - I don't think I will be rushing back. less