Top hotels in Plymouth
The Copthorne Hotel Plymouth is located in the heart of the bustling city centre, within minutes walking distance to the region's premier shopping district, and historic Plymouth Barbican and Hoe. The hotel is only a 30 minute drive to the nearest beach and offers a perfect location for both holidaymakers and business travellers alike.
Cheap Hotels in Plymouth
We never like to leave our guests hungry or thirsty. So from the hearty breakfast buffet (cooked and continental) to the 24hr bar and café, we'll set you up with snacks and drinks whenever you need them. If you're lucky enough to be with us during nice weather, our bar's terrace is a pleasant place to kick back with a drink and good company. And don't forget, we're one of the few hotel chains that are happy to welcome pets as well as their owners, so bring them along for moorland walks and seaside fun!
A refined Plymouth hotel with a leisure club, meeting rooms and rooftop restaurantCrowne Plaza® Plymouth hotel is an easy walk from the seafront and the city centre.Nearby Plymouth Station has direct trains to London, and the A38 is close by, joining the M5 motorway at Exeter near Exeter International Airport (EXT). The Drake Circus shopping centre, shows at the Theatre Royal Plymouth and the shops and cafés of the Barbican harbour are all within walking distance. A stroll to view the sharks at the National Marine Aquarium takes you past the Mayflower Steps, the departure point for 17th-century pilgrims. Free WiFi throughout and high-tech AV equipment in our meeting rooms keep everyone Completely Connected, and our elegant ballroom is a popular wedding venue.At this hotel you can enjoy:- A Business Centre with wireless printers- Fast & Fresh meal options- All Day Dining- Onsite parking for a small daily feeOur comfortable bedrooms have luxury bedding and Smart TVs. Executive rooms offer sea views, Sky TV and access to the private Club Lounge. Visit the Leisure Club to work out at the gym, take a dip in the pool or relax in the sauna. Savour afternoon tea, Marco Pierre White’s steakhouse menu and panoramic sea views at the penthouse restaurant, or discuss business with colleagues in the downstairs bar.
Nestled in an acre of picturesque gardens, conveniently situated on the A386 from Plymouth to Tavistock, this traditional family-run hotel offers cosy accommodation, home-cooked food and free Wi-Fi & on-site parking. Boasting an exemplary commitment to customer service, the proprietors are passionate about cultivating a friendly home-from-home atmosphere. Comfort and relaxation are very much the cornerstones of their ethos, and with such beautiful surroundings and comfy bedrooms it is easy to succumb to their way of thinking. What’s more, the Hotel is blessed with a fantastic location. Just a short distance from Plymouth, its University, and the coast, it is an ideal place for both business and leisure travellers alike. All of the Hotel’s 9 rooms are individually furnished and styled to a very high standard. Each has its own en-suite facilities, complimentary Wi-Fi access, flat screen television with Sky channels, direct-dial telephone and tea & coffee making facilities Single, double and twin options are available, and for those special occasions, the hotel boasts some exquisite four-poster rooms each decorated in its own distinctive style. There is a cosy bar, two comfortable lounges and a restaurant all tastefully decorated to a high standard in classic period style. Specialising in traditional British cuisine, they serve a delightful range of home-cooked meals from their daily specials board. For those warm Summer days, there is an outdoor patio in the enclosed garden to the rear of the property, perfect for alfresco dining or just basking in the peaceful atmosphere and tranquil surroundings. The Hotel is located on the A386 between Tavistock and Plymouth; what’s more with free on-site parking it is both convenient and accessible. Plymouth is approximately an 11 minute drive from the Hotel and it offers excellent rail links to the rest of the country.
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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 cafÃ©s. 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 â€“ 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 cafÃ©s.
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'.
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
What are the most booked hotels in Plymouth?According to our booking data, one of the most booked hotels in Plymouth is Copthorne Plymouth.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Plymouth?The lowest price for a double room in Plymouth is £45.
If I want to stay in the center of Plymouth, which hotels shall I consider?If you want to stay near the center of Plymouth, you can consider staying at Copthorne Plymouth, The Imperial Plymouth and Crowne Plaza PLYMOUTH.
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