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Hotels in Plymouth

Still a bustling fishing port, Plymouth is one of Europe's green cities and contains the highest concentration of cobbled streets of any location in England. The city was also the birthplace of Robert Falcon Scott, who is famous for his Discovery Expedition and Terra Nova Expedition of Antarctica

The Plymouth Barbican

One of the most historically significant and trendiest waterfront districts in Britain, the Plymouth Barbican is home to many of the city's most beloved attractions and an extensive selection of sophisticated restaurants and cafés. Visit the largest aquarium in the country, the National Marine Aquarium, which exhibits thousands of animals originating from the British shores, the Atlantic and the Great Barrier Reef. Head to the Mayflower Steps, where, in 1620, pilgrims fled England for the New World, or visit the renowned Barbican Theatre for some world-class shows.

Notable historic landmarks – some of Plymouth's Grade I Listed buildings

Plymouth Minster has been a place of worship for approximately 1, 200 years, although the present church largely dates back to the 15th century. Saltram House, meanwhile, is one of Devon's finest Georgian landmarks and exhibits the magnificent paintings of the eminent local artist Sir Joshua Reynolds, who was born in nearby Plympton.

Another notable 18th-century landmark is Smeaton's Tower, a remarkable Eddystone Lighthouse that was designed by the distinguished civil engineer John Smeaton, who has been dubbed the 'father of civil engineering'. If you're interested in Plymouth's industrial and military heritage, head to the Royal William Victualling Yard, which was an important base for the Royal Navy for well over 150 years until the 1990s, and is now home to many thriving restaurants and cafés.

Theatre Royal

Britain's largest regional theatre, the Theatre Royal was built in the the Regency era in a beautiful Neoclassical style, although, following a decline in the popularity of theatre, the building was demolished in the 1930s. However, it was rebuilt and converted into a cinema shortly afterwards, although it was converted back to a theatre in later decades, before being rebuilt again and reopening in 1982. Following a multi-million pound refurbishment, the venue reopened again in 2013 and, to celebrate its new state-of-the-art facilities, showcased the award-winning show 'War Horse'.

Hotel suggestions

The Boringdon Hall Hotel is the place to stay if you're looking for picturesque, romantic grounds and comfortable, chic accommodation, while the Smithaleigh Hotel is perfect for people looking for a stylish yet budget-friendly venue. Other highly regarded Plymouth hotels include The Grosvenor Plymouth and the Langdon Court Hotel.

Where to dine in Plymouth

Many people come to Plymouth to dine at its fantastic seafood restaurants such as the Greek-inspired Village Restaurant and the international-themed Sprouts restaurant, although others can enjoy some delightful British classics at restaurants like Jolly Jacks or PL1 Restaurant, Bar and Brasserie. For some divine Italian dishes, head to Il Capriccio, or enjoy some wonderful Japanese flavours at Goto Japanese Restaurant.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Plymouth

Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Plymouth?

One of the best hotels to stay in Plymouth is Copthorne Plymouth.

What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Plymouth?

IBIS Plymouth in Plymouth offers one night in a double room at the price of £40.

What are the best hotels in Plymouth near the center?

Copthorne Plymouth, The Imperial Plymouth and Crowne Plaza PLYMOUTH are located in the central neighborhood of Plymouth.

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