Dining at Sinah Warren Coastal Village is a pleasure in it's self with ingredents sourced from around the world and locally produced food from local suppliers, this really makes a great stay here.
We have been to a lot of Warner Hotels with more facilities than this one, but I really liked this hotel. It was very clean, the rooms were well decorated and the staff were all very pleasant. There was plenty to do during the day and the evening entertainment was very good. Thank you to all the staff for a pleasant short break.
Everything about Sinah Warren is superb, the welcome, the room, the service, the meals and of course the various cabaret acts, this year topping the bill was "The Union Gap" for those that remember the 60's. Sinah Warrens own cabaret staff put on their own show, also very entertaining, all the staff are very friendly. We'll be back !!
This was our ninth visit to Sinah Warren this year for this is a hotel that caters for disabled people. My wife is severely disabled but from arrival where we are greeted with a big hello and we make use of paying an extra £10 and we book in from midday. We now head for our room which is wheelchair accessible and is always spotless and the girl always ensures we have everything. We check in at the restaurant where we have a table which meets our needs and we also have excellent service and first class tasty food.. In the evening we go in to the pavilion where we also have allocatted tables. The entertainments team at this venue are simply the best in what ever they do. We have been to other Warners but none of them touch Sinah Warren.
We’re just back from Sinah Warren and my husband has already posted a five star review on Google Maps. He told me that whilst Sinah Warren isn’t (and doesn’t pretend to be) a five star hotel, in the context of what the team are actually able to do as we come out of lockdown, he didn’t think that there was much that could be improved upon- hence the five stars. Yes, we would all prefer the Good Old Days pre-covid when we could serve ourselves and there was a greater choice of food, but with restrictions being what they are, table service with a reduced menu worked fine. There was something that we enjoyed from the menu every evening. and we never waited very long for food.The keys things that Warner are so good at – service, friendliness of staff, cleanliness of room and, particularly, the entertainment, were all excellent. In fact, we’ve paid much more for similar or lesser quality performances in the West End where we’ve been sitting some way away from the performers. Guest acts were the excellent Gareth Oliver, and Luke Sabatino and Kieran Sutcliffe performing Ball and Boe, and were all superb. The house entertainment team as a whole and in their individual sets were equally excellent. It was just so good to finally be able to get way for a short break and to see some live entertainment, and Warner’s Sinah Warren helped us to have a brilliant time. Well done, everyone!