Plymouth Hotels

Plymouth, situated on the South coast of England at the mouth of the rivers Plym and Tamar, dates back to the Bronze Age, and by the arrival of the Roman conquest of Britain, it had become a prominent trading post, garrison town and settlement. Today Plymouth is a thriving city, with naval boat yards, an important university, and many world-class businesses in the surrounding area. There is a fantastic variety of Plymouth hotels to choose from for a delightful stay in this effervescent University City. You will find a Plymouth hotel to suit every style and budget, from the most luxurious, to the best value for money.

Plymouth is a superb location for both leisure and business travel, and attracts thousands of visitors every year. Travel to and from the city is remarkably easy with a great ferry service to France and the Continent, trains to London, Bristol, and beyond, and International air travel from Exeter International Airport or shorter flights from Plymouth City Airport or Newquay Cornwall Airport.

While the city is rather extensive it is easy to navigate around, so national and International travellers can appreciate it to the full. There is a brilliant selection of city centre accommodation, and a Plymouth hotel based here, will give you easy access to all the great shopping, entertainment and dining facilities. Have a great night out with some fine dining, followed by a visit to the Theatre, then a nightcap to round off the evening at your Plymouth hotel.

Most of the Plymouth hotels in the selection we have chosen for you will have en-suite facilities and some will even have complimentary Wi-Fi Internet connections and recreational facilities for guests to use.

Accommodation at a Plymouth hotel can comprise single, double, twin, family rooms and even suites for guests to choose from. Each Plymouth hotel will have its own style and standards, and each one will be exceptionally well presented throughout. Do not hesitate to ask your host for assistance with recommendations for places to visit and things to see and do in the city and surrounds. There are many famous landmarks near Plymouth, including The Royal Citadel, Smeatons Tower, Plymouth Sound and Breakwater, The National Armada Memorial, The Naval War Memorial, The Parade and Barbican, The Mayflower Steps Memorial and Saltram House, which is a very fine example of the work of Robert Adam.

Plymouth is best known for its sea faring triumphs and associations with maritime events such as the defeat of the Spanish Armada, and the voyage of the Pilgrim Fathers on the Mayflower: Sir Francis Drake, born near Plymouth, was in fact also its mayor. He was known as ‘The Dragon’ by Spaniards, for his strong fighting prowess. Plymouth is a great place to discover English history, travel to the Continent from, or just relax and enjoy the stunning scenery all around it.
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