With views across South Bay, the royal hotel Scarborough enjoys an enviable central position only moments away from the spa town's most famous attractions.Known for its classic Regency architecture, it is the style of the royal hotel that draws guests as much as its location. The ornate atrium and staircase are a reminder of a more glamorous yesteryear and offer today's guests superb Instagram photography opportunities. Meanwhile, the modern-day spa centre includes almost everything a tired visitor might need to rejuvenate themselves before setting out to explore Scarborough. Hotel facilities include a sauna, massage therapist, jacuzzi and an indoor swimming pool. Alternatively, the art deco-style Theatre Bar and the Seaview restaurant provide enjoyable and scenic venues for drinks or a meal.The royal hotel Scarborough is an ideal location for guests thanks to its proximity to famous attractions such as Scarborough Castle and the sweeping sandy beaches. Paddleboarding, surfing and kayaking are only some of the activities for more active beachgoers to enjoy. The hotel is within an easy stroll of more leisurely pursuits, including various golf courses and pubs and restaurants to suit all tastes. It is also less than three miles from Sea Life Scarborough.For a sense of history it is hard to better a hotel that was designed in the shape of a "V" to commemorate Queen Victoria, and that Winston Churchill once reputedly claimed as his favourite hotel. It is a bonus that the hotel's facilities also cater so well to twenty-first century leisure and business visitors.
Le Café cosmopolite Bliss sert un menu varié et vous invite à découvrir des saveurs des quatre coins du monde.
Ce restaurant spectaculaire offre une vue à couper le souffle sur la falaise St. Nicholas et South Bay. L'équipe, amicale et professionnelle, et la cuisine délicieuse, vous laisseront un souvenir mémorable de ce dîner.
Le Theater Bar bénéficie d'un style Art Déco élégant offrant le cadre idéal pour prendre un verre avant de dîner ou se détendre après une dure journée de travail ou après avoir visiter Scarborough et la région. Le Theatre Bar tient son nom de ses liens historiques avec Theatre Royal de Scarborough, qui se trouvait sur la rue St. Thomas - une continuation de la rue Saint-Nicolas.