About The Imperial Hotel Torquay
The Imperial Hotel Torquay couldn’t be better placed, perched on a cliff top overlooking the bay and the English Channel. With both modern and traditional elements, the hotel offers an excellent location for a summer break or a weekend away in the area. Torquay’s striking hotel was built in 1866 and is a Mediterranean style destination with an outdoor swimming pool as well as an indoor pool. Guests such as Napoleon III, King Edward VII and the Queen of Holland have all visited this four-star setting in years gone by.
Found on the east coast of Devon the Imperial Hotel Torquay takes up a stunning position in the traditional seaside resort and is ideally situated for summer holidays in particular. Also nearby are the likes of Paignton and Torbay, ensuring visitors have plenty of beaches and typical seaside activities to indulge in. Other attractions to make the most of in the vicinity include the Eden Project, Babbacombe Model Village and the Agatha Christie Trail. For those heading to the region by car there are more than 100 parking spaces onsite at the hotel while if travelling by train there is a station not too far away to the west.
Visitors to the Imperial Hotel Torquay can enjoy the luxury and comfort of one of the 152 bedrooms found under the property’s roof, with deluxe, premium, family and standard choices available. For meal times meanwhile, guests would do well to head to the Regatta Restaurant while there is also the lounge and conservatory for afternoon tea or morning coffee for example. There are plenty of opportunities for leisure too and perhaps you could enjoy some time in them after a meeting in one of the eight function rooms.
- Number of bedrooms – 152
- Car parking – 130 spaces, charged
- Internet access – wireless
- Restaurant, conservatory and lounge
- Pool, tennis, spa, squash and gym
- Conference rooms – 8
- Transport – Torquay train station