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Whitehouse Hotel 3 stars

Hotel in Llandudno

On Llandudno seafront, Whitehouse Hotel offers breakfast, evening meals and live entertainment. The view was amazing. It was spotless and comfortable.

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6.4
Review score
2,270 reviews
Price from
£22.50
per night

Iris Hotel Llandudno

Hotel in Llandudno Beach, Llandudno

Situated on Llandudno’s Central Promenade, family-run Iris Hotel Llandudno is just metres from Llandudno Beach and overlooks the sea. Pleasant staff,Nice food,Good Location.

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8.3
Very good
2,115 reviews
Price from
£35.10
per night

Imperial Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in Llandudno Beach, Llandudno

Situated on the promenade in the resort of Llandudno, this Victorian hotel is a 2-minute walk from the sea. It offers an award-winning restaurant, free Wi-Fi, and a leisure club. Staff are always so kind and considerate. The rooms are immaculate.

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8.9
Fabulous
1,353 reviews
Price from
£64
per night

St George's Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in Llandudno Beach, Llandudno

With wonderful views across Llandudno Bay, St George's Hotel sits beside the impressive Great Orme. The efficiency and the kind help of the staff. Just great!

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8.8
Fabulous
1,900 reviews
Price from
£72.70
per night

The Grand Hotel

Hotel in Llandudno

Situated at the foot of the Great Orme, beside Llandudno Pier, The Grand Hotel offers live entertainment. There is also a restaurant, bar and games room. Staff very friendly and helpful

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6.5
Review score
4,007 reviews
Price from
£34
per night

Lansdowne House with Private Car Park 5 stars

Hotel in Llandudno

Lansdowne House with Private Car Park in Llandudno provides accommodation with a terrace and a shared lounge. Built in 1908, the property is within less than 1 km of Llandudno Pier. Everything, the history of the house, the room was lovely, the bed was comfortable. Place has been done up with such class. The breakfast was amazing. Was Central to everything. The hosts were very accommodating. Would highly recommend a stay at this place

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9.5
Exceptional
723 reviews
Price from
£78.20
per night

Lauriston & Lawton Court Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in Llandudno

Situated in Llandudno, 70 metres from Llandudno North Shore Beach, Lauriston & Lawton Court Hotel features accommodation with a bar, free private parking, a shared lounge and a terrace. They loved it. Service excellent. Thank you for looking after them.

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9.5
Exceptional
388 reviews
Price from
£105
per night

St Tudno Hotel 3 stars

Hotel in Llandudno

The luxurious St Tudno Hotel is situated on Llandudno's promenade, just opposite the Victorian Pier. The hotel entrance was welcoming, bright and cheerful, very much like the lady that checked me in and the man who showed me where to park round the back but took my luggage first. The bedroom and bathroom were spotless and very comfortable. Beautiful big comfortable bed, clean crisp bedding, fluffy white towels and dressing gowns. Really nice toiletries and a fabulous jaccuzi bath with jets that actually worked. Coffee, tea, mini bar etc all nice quality. The only thing missing was a sea view but we booked last minute anyway. The breakfast was huge and well presented. Fresh fruit, real coffee and a fry up with a plate full of grease and without being all the contents being piled up. It looked clean and tasted delicious. I wanted to walk on the beach after breakfast and right in front of the hotel as you come out of the front entrance you only have to cross the road to prom and pier. Mark, think is the manager. Pleasant helpful and good knowledge of local area and facilities We had originally looked at the Grand as I love the sea but it looked shabby and unkempt. Lucky for us we found this little treasure and had a comfortable and very pleasant stay and look forward to visiting again soon

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8.6
Fabulous
408 reviews
Price from
£95
per night

The Post House, formerly The Sunnyside 3 stars

Hotel in Llandudno

Located in the Victorian resort of Llandudno, The Post House is central to the towns shops and restaurants and just a few minutes walk from the promenade and near the Great Orme. Great service, nice room, friendly stuff, hotel close to main street full of restaurants

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9
Superb
860 reviews
Price from
£50
per night

New Llandudno Hotel 3 stars

Hotel in Llandudno

Close to the centre of Llandudno, New Llandudno Hotel has a relaxing, comfortable atmosphere and a large terrace overlooking the sea. It is about 150 metres from the Promenade. Decor was really nice it was a delight to the senses, breakfast was lovely could of done with some bacon tho haha, everything was really nice staff were lovely too.

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6.8
Review score
324 reviews
Price from
£39.20
per night

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Victorian Resort with a Welsh Twist

The most popular Wales seaside resort, Llandudno covers a peninsula with 2 sandy coastlines. The North Shore’s wide Victorian promenade is lined with period buildings which now house seafront hotels and guest houses. The beach itself stretches all the way between the Little Orme and Great Orme headlands, passing an outdoor swimming pool.

A historic tram climbs to the peak of Great Orme, where Bronze Age copper mines can be visited. The top is also reachable by cable car from Happy Valley, a recreation area with gardens and an artificial ski slope.

A road runs around the base of the headland passing the historic Grand Hotel, a property available on Booking.com and overlooking the Grade II-listed pier – the longest in Wales. The West Shore is much less developed and the Maesdu Golf Course forms most of its shoreline.

Of course, Llandudno has its fair share of traditional seaside pursuits such as donkey rides and fish and chip shops.

The town also has a modern retail park near the train station and Venue Cymru event centre, and wrought-iron canopies shade smaller shops along Mostyn Avenue, Broadway and Street. The latter - Mostyn Street - is effectively the high street and becomes brightly decorated during the Victorian carnival in May.

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