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7-9 Elliot St, The Hoe, Plymouth, PL1 2PP, United Kingdom – Show map
|Superior Double Room|
|Family Suite (2 Adults + 3 Children)||
|Economy Double Room|
|Standard Single Room|
|Standard Double Room|
|Standard Twin Room|
|Standard Family Room||
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WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not possible).
Public parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation is not possible) and charges may be applicable.
Luggage storage, Shared lounge/TV area, Bridal suite
Newspapers, Non-smoking rooms, Family rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
Slovak, Romanian, Italian, Spanish, English
14:00 - 22:00 hours
07:30 - 11:00 hours
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check the conditions of your required room.
Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 5 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are not allowed.
When booking for more than 6 persons, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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In a grand 19th-century Victorian building, Duke of Cornwall Hotel features an award-winning restaurant, free parking and luxury bedrooms with free internet.
Score from 625 reviews Very good
The centrally located Invicta Hotel has views across Hoe Park towards the sea. It is a Grade II listed Georgian building and newly refurbished to a high standard.
Score from 222 reviews Very good
Easy parking Very friendly and helpful staff Lovely decor Lovely fresh breakfast
Our room was up 5 flights of stairs The room was very gloomy The furniture was very cheap The bathroom could have done with some bleach and an easily accessible towel rail. No Jack Daniels at the bar A gurgling splashing toilet that didn't stop all night!
Very clean, comfy beds, helpful staff and a nice breakfast.
Not so good if you don't like stairs.
broken hairdryer - resulting in having my breakfast with wet hair ! T.V too far away from bed so volume had to be increased. Horrid fried food smell from kitchen even on room floor level.
The location was great for the Pavilions. The staff were all very friendly & helpful
Too hot in the room we had. "Looking at a wall" is not what we expected
Set near the Hoe in good walking distance of pubs and fine dining restaurants. Clean honest decent!
Not suitable for those with walking difficulties as no lift.
Everything. Very close to the Hoe and very convenient for graduation ceremony for Plymouth University.
Absence of a lift. Difficult when your room is upstairs.
location, 1 min from the hoe. Clean and fresh
Bar closed at 11.30 no lift to the penthouse!
The hotels location to visit (walk) to the places of interest.
The plumbing, very noisy the only minus point I would add.
The hotel was nice, our room The Grand Suite was spacious, simply but smartly decorated with a lovely bathroom and it's in a great location. Staff were pleasant & helpful at all times.
We were disappointed by the sachets of cheap Nescafe coffee in our room and for the £120 we paid we felt this could have been a bit more upmarket. It's only a little thing but it would make the hotel feel more special which we think is what it's aiming to be.
Location , great breakfast, lovely and clean
When making my booking requested being near my son's who had a twin room.Unfortunately my husband and I were in a room two landings above in the attic when queried were told economy are not near any twins. Communication wouldnt have gone a miss.Stairs were a killer and neighbours were very drunk and really rowdy until 4am no sleep at all.
Good location Friendly staff Excellent breakfast
Bathroom slightly small
Spotlessly clean bathroom, HUGE bed, lovely décor, fabulous breakfast! Excellent value!
Brown bedroom carpet!
The hotel was very clean, comfortable, .and in a great location. The room was spacious for a family with older teenagers. Breakfast was very good with lots of choice. Appreciated the parking space.
Wi-fi didn't seem to work - but we weren't there long enough to worry too much and report it.
Very clean and comfortable room
Noise from what I think was the hotel next door
Excellent location. Very convenient parking, truly value for money.
Friendly helpful staff. Cooked breakfast delicious with local sausages . Plenty of choice. Would stay here again.
Thunder and lightening storm but hotel no control over that!!
The room was very comfortable and I slept well, good shower friendly staff, no deposit for room just pay on exit. Short walk to the centre and university, we went out drinking and the room key gives you building access 24 hours which was excellent. The breakfast included was also very good with continental or cooked breakfast options.
The car parking is very limited and first come first serve so you may end up on the street at a meter.
Stayed in one of the penthouse rooms, very nice sized room - with double bed, wardrobe, desk, flat screen tv, and coffee table with 2 comfy chairs. Bathroom was a large size, with heated towel rail and large bath with shower attached. As on the top floor we did not hear a lot of noise from other visitors, but there are 5 flights of stairs to get up to the top (so a warning for those with heavy luggage or mobility issues as no lift.) Had a very enjoyable stay, breakfast room downstairs is a little tightly packed but food was very tasty with a large selection of cold and hot food available. Staff were attentive and polite, very pleasant trip!
No views so to speak, our room looked across the road to the opposite apartments. At night the light came under the door as there is a gap, which really brightens up the room. Disappointing especially as there are black out blinds for the window. There was only 1 type of lock on door which was a Yale lock, but would have liked a chain or something similar for extra precautions.
Travelling alone, I wanted somewhere safe, clean and central. This was perfect. The single room felt secure, clean and was perfectly adequate for my stay.
Everything was perfect and as soon as I entered the hotel, and the staff gave you a warm feeling that this is good,and if any persons require a happy stay then go to the Grovenor Hotel in Plymouth.You will find it very nice. Thank you very much.
Modern, clean rooms.
No wifi in my room. Poor.
Having lived in Plymouth for many years I know the area very well. Now living further afield I needed to stay at the Grosvenor on business. I didn't want to use a shared bathroom, so paid for a single room en-suite for £55. This is so much better than the larger chains that are available nearby. There is great parking. I missed out on the hotels own car park and spaces outside were already taken, just a few metres up the road (right on the Hoe) was parking where I didn't need a ticket as the chargeable period was 10am - 4pm. Perfect for me - FREE! I checked in easily. The room was small (single Room 16), but had a desk, bedside table, wardrobe, nice bed linen, and good facilities. The room was very clean, as was the bathroom. Well thought out, plugs in good places, full length mirror and TV. Wifi was very good, but every time my phone locked itself, I had to reconnect. The room is at the top of the first floor stairway, so I heard everyone talking in the foyer at the bottom of the stairs, but thankfully no noise past 11pm. The key to the door needed a bit of getting used to, but was fine and I was able to lock the room from the inside. The rooms window was open ajar when I arrived, so it felt fresh and airy, but it was a little chilly so I turned the radiator on and it warmed the room very quickly. Breakfast was very nice, a poached egg cooked perfectly. Check out was swift and the lady was very nice. All in all, would definitely stay again.
The shower hose was broken but worked fine (just an aesthetic issue really). Only problem I had was that there is a large step to get into the shower (about a foot or so), which meant when I climbed down, out of it, I bashed my shin (I'm 5'4"). So be careful or you could fall!
My ten-night long stay was wonderful. The hotel is close to the Hoe where I enjoyed walking every morning. The staff are friendly and helppful. If you don't want to eat out, you can buy hotel made sandwiches at the desk. They were good.
I heard noises from the next room well.
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