What travelers to Plymouth are saying
Hotels in Plymouth complete any visit to the waterfront city, some are luxurious, some private, some self-catering, but all offer easy access to Plymouth’s historic sites, attractions, and fun things to do. A centrally located Plymouth accommodation is only minutes from downtown and the beach by walking or via city bus.
The land features that the city was established around out of survival and necessity have become some of its most appreciated attributes. Plymouth Sound and two rivers hug the town, and provide those within its confines endless opportunities for beautiful views and aquatic fun. Don your swim attire and head down to the beach splash around in the salt waters of Tinside Lido, an extravagant pool built on the Sound.
Several fortifications, including the Royal Citadel and Crownhill Fort, stand guard over Plymouth as enduring icons. Climb to the top of Smeaton's Tower for an excellent high-vantage view of the city or ride the Wheel of Plymouth located across the green space. Museums inhabit historic mansions and depict the culture and history of Plymouth, including the departure of the pilgrims from the Sound on the Mayflower as they adventured to America. Fishing boats and ferries to France and Spain now come and go in these same waters. Stroll through the historic heart of the city, the Barbican, to find unique art, boutiques, restaurants, galleries, and more.
Travel to and from the city by way of rail, regional bus, or fly by way of the Plymouth City Airport, 6.5 kilometres away. Within the city, explore on foot, by taxi, or on city bus. Book now with HotelClub to enjoy our exclusive offers for our members. Membership is free, so booking your perfect getaway is easier than ever.
Jurys Inn Plymouth offers an enjoyable stay blended with pleasing hospitality and cordial services. This property is only minutes walk from the city centre and is close to the major city... More
Lovely stay at jurys
Combining exceptional accommodation with welcoming atmosphere and unsurpassed service, the Copthorne Hotel Plymouth creates a setting of sophistication and exclusivity to make your stay an... More
Good stay but disappointed
Imperial Plymouth Hotel invites sophisticated travellers to luxurious spaces housed in an 1845 Victorian house set conveniently close to schools and recreation opportunities in Plymouth. While in... More
Offering convenient accommodation and modern facilities for both business and leisure travellers, this property is a perfect place to reside, while on a holiday in Plymouth. GeneralThe hotel... More
Offering comfortable accommodation and friendly atmosphere, this hotel is an ideal place for a pleasant as well as a relaxing stay. GeneralGuests travelling on business purpose can make use of the... More
At The Georgian House Hotel, you will find the best in quality accommodation, warm, sociable atmosphere, which is perfect for business trips and family holidays of all kinds. GeneralThe lounge... More
Being close to Dartmoor National Park, Plymouth Hoe, Historic Barbican and many other area attractions, the Future Inn Plymouth offers excellent service, unrivaled accommodation and convenient... More
Offering comfortable rooms set in the outskirts of Plymouth and close to the airport, The Millstones Country Hotel & Restaurant Plymouth makes for a laid-back retreat for business and leisure... More
The St Elizabeths House Hotel Plymouth is situated in the historic village of Plympton St Maurice and has The Green House, Plym Bridge Woods, Plymouth Hoe, Royal Citadel, Dartmeet and Prysten House... More