Plymouth Hotel Guide
Plymouth is the largest city in Devon and a tourist centre as well as a major port. As you would expect from a city of this importance Plymouth is very well served with hotels, guest houses and bed and breakfast accommodation.
A multitude of small and medium-sized guest houses and hotels proliferate by the Hoe and close to the city centre. Many of them take pride in providing those little extras that make staying away from home a special experience.
Plymouth Hotels for Tourism and Business
The tourist, as well as the business visitor will find a hotel to suit their needs. Plymouth is an ideal central location to explore Devon and Cornwall; situated in Devon but just a short hop over the River Tamar and you will find yourself in Cornwall. Accommodation in Plymouth ranges from large luxury hotels housed in modern as well as historic buildings, to small and individual guest houses.
Hotels in Plymouth City Centre
The city centre has many large hotels, some offering restored Victorian grandeur, others the chic styling of the newly built, but they all offer a very high standard of 3 or 4 star luxury accommodation, ideal for the business traveller or for the discerning tourist. Convenient for the theatre and the many restaurants and nightclubs Plymouth has to offer, these hotels provide guaranteed comfort and reliable facilities for the traveller.
Small Hotels Guest Houses and Bed and Breakfasts
By contrast Plymouth also has many smaller quaint hotels, guesthouses and bed and breakfast accommodation, for those looking for an individual and personalised experience. The streets around Plymouth Hoe and Plymouth Barbican, especially, have many charming guesthouses and hotels. With the sea front of Plymouth Sound and the fishing boats of Plymouth Barbican just a short walk away, you can see why these hotels are popular. Plymouth Hoe and Plymouth Barbican hotels are also just 10 minutes walk from the city centre, so that the charm of the seaside can be enjoyed as well as the convenience of the big city. Truly the best of both worlds.
From Plymouth the National Marine Aquarium, Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, Saltram House, Dartmoor National Park, the Eden Project, the Tate at St Ives, boat trips down the River Tamar and miles of sandy unspoilt beaches are all available just a short walk or drive away. From your base in a Plymouth hotel or guest house you are perfectly situated to explore these attractions, as well as the other advantages of Plymouth, itself such as the shops, theatres and restaurants.