Malmaison Dundee located at 44 Whitehall Cres, Dundee DD1 4AY, UK

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Sandra Rutherford

4 Google Rating

There for afternoon tea. Savoury really nice as were the scones. The little cakes were nice but....

4/ 5

There for afternoon tea. Savoury really nice as were the scones. The little cakes were nice but.... they had been served at the beginning so by the time we were ready for them they were soft as some of them had mouse. Overall nice and staff very very good surroundings excellent Would I go back, yes definitely

Doreen Delaney

5 Google Rating

Had lunch today in Mal Brasserie, always been a favourite of ours. First time back in a year, new me

5/ 5

Had lunch today in Mal Brasserie, always been a favourite of ours. First time back in a year, new menu, we loved it. Manager is always so friendly and welcoming. Connor who served us was very good at his job,. We will be back

Nathan Borthwick

4 Google Rating

Stay was good, very comfortable bed, flat screen TV, nice lighting system, nice bath. The restaurant

4/ 5

Stay was good, very comfortable bed, flat screen TV, nice lighting system, nice bath. The restaurant was nice, great food and drinks, had a lovely time. Only issues I found was the whole hotel was very warm, humid almost and also the floorboards and bed were quite creaky.

shakabel gearty

5 Google Rating

Great value for money. I would recommend the junior suite. Cocktails in the bar are really good qual

5/ 5

Great value for money. I would recommend the junior suite. Cocktails in the bar are really good quality. Bar staff are really helpful. Air conditioning didn't work and I had a leaky tap. The family had other rooms and all agreed that the bed was too high for people with mobility issues and vertigo. I would recommend for able bodied people

Irene Nadin

5 Google Rating

We came for 2 days this weekend for Daughters wedding. What an amazing weekend. We were catered for

5/ 5

We came for 2 days this weekend for Daughters wedding. What an amazing weekend. We were catered for from the moment we arrived. Exceptional service from exceptional staff. Cannot recommend enough

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