We stayed for one night. Having stayed several times before in Hastings in various hotels, I can say this is better than some, but not quite what you would expect fom a Best Western.
We found it expensive for what it delivered. The location is towards St Leonards, about a 20 -30 minute walk to the old town.
We paid extra for a sea view, which was lovely to wake to the sound and view of the sea, and the room was very airy and spacious, the decor was 80's style, the bed was a double and firm, the sheets were quite rough, but pristine. The hospitality tray was very basic,
We included breakfast in the package, and I wouldn't bother if I stayed again. The cooked items had a good variety, but were self service, and kept warm, the eggs were rubbery, and I'm not sure what had happened to the black pudding! If you were in a hurry and needed to fill up then it's probably a good option, as it was unlimitted in what you could have, with croissants, toast, cereal, and yoghurt and fruit.
We were lucky and able to park directly outside the hotel. less