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Imperial Plymouth 4 stars

Hotel in Plymouth

Situated half a mile from Plymouth Hoe, The Imperial Plymouth is a stylish guesthouse offering modern rooms and apartments. Perfect breakfast, huge rooms, feels like home!

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9.4
Superb
1,671 reviews
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£62.10
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Rooms by Bistrot Pierre

Hotel in Plymouth

Residence One, a Grade II listed building, is located within the historic Royal William Yard in the ocean city of Plymouth. The staff were lovely, friendly and accommodating!

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9.2
Superb
433 reviews
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£83.70
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Boringdon Hall Hotel and Spa 5 stars

Hotel in Plymouth

Situated on the edge of the idyllic Dartmoor National Park and just five minutes from Plymouth, the 5-star Boringdon Hall Hotel and Spa features fantastic historic interiors and elegant rooms. Fantastic place to stay and would stay again 10 out of 10!

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9.3
Superb
593 reviews
Avg. price/night:
£110
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St Elizabeth's House 4 stars

Hotel in Plymouth

In the charming village of Plympton, near Plymouth, this Georgian manor house combines historic character with modern features, including 42-inch LCD TVs and free internet access. enjoyable, comfortable, good food, good location

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9.3
Superb
264 reviews
Avg. price/night:
£94
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Future Inn Plymouth 3 stars

Hotel in Plymouth

This modern hotel is on the A386, 5 miles from Plymouth city centre. It has free parking, free internet, an exercise room, and air-conditioned bedrooms with free local calls. Location, clean and tidy, great breakfast

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8.7
Fabulous
2,351 reviews
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£66.60
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The New Continental 3 stars

Hotel in Plymouth

Plymouth’s largest independent hotel, The New Continental is ideally located in the heart of the city. It offers an on-site leisure complex and a brasserie restaurant. Location, parking and easy to find. Easy to get around from this area. Liked the pool and leisure facilities. Comfy bed, clean spacious bathroom. Tv with lots of channels. Tea and coffee making facilities. Good breakfast, lots of choice and freshly cooked and prepared.

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8.5
Very good
1,791 reviews
Avg. price/night:
£63.20
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Duke Of Cornwall Hotel 3 stars

Hotel in Plymouth

In a grand 19th-century Victorian building, Duke of Cornwall Hotel features an award winning restaurant with Two AA Rosettes and luxury bedrooms with free internet. The room was excellent!! The best room in the house I reckon!!

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8.4
Very good
1,198 reviews
Avg. price/night:
£58.50
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Crowne Plaza Plymouth 4 stars

Hotel in Plymouth

Overlooking Plymouth Hoe's greenery and the coastline, the Crowne Plaza Plymouth is less than 10 minutes’ walk from Plymouth city centre. Location , air conditioning, size of the bed

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8.8
Fabulous
2,343 reviews
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£79.20
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The Grosvenor Plymouth 3 stars

Hotel in Plymouth

Situated on Plymouth Hoe, The Grosvenor is just half a mile from Plymouth Ferry Port. Free Wi-Fi, the hotel offers cooked breakfasts and cosy bedrooms. Very clean and attractive property; close to almost everything and very helpful staff

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8.9
Fabulous
1,235 reviews
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£59
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Copthorne Hotel Plymouth 3 stars

Hotel in Plymouth

The Copthorne Hotel Plymouth is a city-centre hotel with views of Armada Way towards the famous Hoe and Barbican. It is 5 minutes’ walk from Drake Circus and Armada shopping centres. Great location, supermarket around corner, easy walk to tourist attractions, comfy room and bed.

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8.5
Very good
2,493 reviews
Avg. price/night:
£57.24
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FAQs about hotels in Plymouth

  • Many families visiting Plymouth loved staying at St Elizabeth's House, Boringdon Hall Hotel and Spa and Imperial Plymouth.

  • The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Plymouth this weekend is £101 or, for a 4-star hotel, £144. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Plymouth for this weekend cost on average around £225 per night (based on Booking.com prices).

  • Some of the best hotels in Plymouth near Plymouth Hoe include Poppy's Guest House, Imperial Plymouth and The Tudor Guest House.

  • Imperial Plymouth, Boringdon Hall Hotel and Spa and St Elizabeth's House are some of the popular hotels in Plymouth.

  • For hotels in Plymouth that serve up a highly-rated breakfast, try Imperial Plymouth, St Elizabeth's House and Invicta Hotel.

  • These hotels in Plymouth are highly rated by couples: Imperial Plymouth, Rooms by Bistrot Pierre and Boringdon Hall Hotel and Spa.

  • On average, 3-star hotels in Plymouth cost £91 per night, and 4-star hotels in Plymouth are £98 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Plymouth can on average be found for £166 per night (based on Booking.com prices).

  • On average, it costs £104 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Plymouth for tonight. You'll pay on average around £108 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Plymouth will cost around £237 (based on Booking.com prices).

  • Rooms by Bistrot Pierre, Mountbatten Hotel and St Elizabeth's House have received great reviews from travellers in Plymouth regarding the views from their hotel rooms.

Life By the Ocean Wave

From prehistory to the present, the very essence of Plymouth has been inextricably linked to the sea. The Pilgrim Fathers departed from here and named their new Massachusetts settlement after it, and Sir Francis Drake famously finished his game of bowls on The Hoe before combatting the Spanish Armada.

Western Europe’s largest naval base – HMNB Devonport – is in its natural harbour, and in The Barbican fishing boats bob up and down by cobbled streets lined with historic buildings. Jacka Bakery here is the oldest in Britain and there are plenty of galleries, bars and restaurants, though Union Street has the best nightlife.

At one end of the street is the Theatre Royal, and from the other ferries depart to France and Spain, passing the Mount Batten peninsula and offshore rocks that once housed Smeaton’s Tower lighthouse, now in Hoe Park next to the Royal Citadel.

Overlooking the park is the Lord Mayor’s residence, once home to Waldorf and Nancy Astor, and other street and building names are reminders of Plymouth’s illustrious connections.

Other attractions include the National Marine Aquarium, the City Museum and Art Gallery and Grade II-listed Saltram House. All are easily reached from Booking.com’s Plymouth accommodation, including luxury hotels with swimming pools, cheap guest houses and country houses with parking.

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