Luxury Hotels in Plymouth
waterfront hotels to posh city centre accommodation,
Plymouth has a lot to offer visitors who are looking
for a little splendour during their stay.
The cream of the crop, and a firm favourite among the
rich and famous, is The Grand Hotel [map] on Elliot Street, just off Plymouth’s famous Hoe.
Dating back to the Victorian era, this hotel is an imposing
building overlooking Plymouth Sound, and just a short
walk from the city centre and other major tourist
attractions. With a wealth of facilities, including
its own top class restaurant, this place is as grand
in style as it is in name.
There's also the Plymouth Hoe Moat House [map] on Armada Way, which boasts luxury executive bedrooms
and suites, along with the renowned Club Motivation
health club, which has an indoor swimming pool and fitness
Also on Armada Way you’ll find the Copthorne
which offers four star accommodation right in
the heart of Plymouth's busy tourist and shopping area.
Ideal for both leisure and business visitors, the facilities
here include a leisure centre, with swimming pool, steam
room and gym, a bar and all-day brasserie. All the rooms
come equipped with a minibar, safe, television, and
tea/coffee making facilities, and guests can also make
use the 24-hour room service, bureau de change,
and business facilities.
For a taste of magnificent Victorian Gothic architecture
head for The Duke of Cornwall Hotel [map] on Millbay Road, which is one of Plymouth’s most
famous landmarks. All rooms are en suite and offer the
usual modern comforts, while some of them also have
four-poster beds. The hotel also has a restaurant and
bar, 24-hour room service, parking, and business facilities.
If you’re looking for plush accommodation outside
the city centre then you probably won’t find much
better than the Burgh Island Hotel [map] on Bigbury-on-Sea, a little island off the coast
of Plymouth. In its heyday this was the place to be
seen by the southwest’s rich and famous, with
regular visitors including Agatha Christie and
the Duke and Duchess of Windsor. The hotel is
arranged as suites, which all have a bathroom, sitting
room and bedroom that feel luxurious. However you will
have to travel to and from the island via a fairly comfortable
Alternatively, you could opt for the Kitley House
Hotel [map] in the Yealmpton area of the city , which stands
on an estate that is mentioned in the Domesday Book.
This hotel offers an excellent standard of accommodation
and a first rate restaurant. All the rooms are en suite
and have tea/coffee making facilities, while some even
have king size beds.
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