Copthorne Hotel Plymouth
AddressArmada Way PlymouthSee nearby area
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The Copthorne Hotel Plymouth is a 4-star, 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.
Rooms are modern in style and decorated in warm colours. Each comes with satellite TV, facilities for making tea and coffee, and a bathroom with a hairdryer.
Bentleys Brasserie is an award-winning restaurant specialising in food made from local ingredients. Guests also get an hour’s free Wi-Fi access in public areas when purchasing a drink from the bar.
Copthorne Plymouth has a fitness suite, which is free of charge for all guests. The hotel also offers conference and banqueting rooms that can seat up to 140.
The National Marine Aquarium is a mile from the hotel, while Devonport is 2 miles away. There are a variety of charming fishing villages in the surrounding area.
The hotel operates a non-smoking policy throughout, including all bedrooms.
Please note that parking spaces are limited and are on a first-come, first-served basis.
If you require check-in prior to 14:00, please contact the hotel in advance to see if this can be arranged.
Upon check-in please present the credit card used to finalise the booking. Failure to do so will result in full payment being taken upon check-in.
Please note the extra bed price does not include breakfast for the additional guest in the room.
The credit card used to make the booking will need to be processed at check-in and an additional authorisation will be taken.
Services & facilities
- Breakfast in the room
- Non-smoking throughout
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Room service
- 24-hour front desk
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