Here are 5 seafront Hotels in Scarborough for you to consider for your next trip. Fancy some time beside the sea? Scarborough on the magnificent Yorkshire Coast is the perfect place to enjoy just that.
Award-winning beaches, vast coastline, family attractions and fantastic events throughout the year. Scarborough is one of the UK’s top tourist destinations and the perfect place to reset and enjoy a seafront hotel. Here are 5 seafront Hotels in Scarborough for you to consider for your next trip.
1. Crown Spa Hotel
Just 10 minutes from Scarborough Centre this pretty, modern seafront hotel offers really beautiful views of South Bay. The Crown Spa Hotel features a luxury leisure centre as well as a European restaurant, free parking and WiFi. The 4-star bedrooms each have a private bathroom featuring cosy bathrobes for that true spa feel.
We love that this hotel features the Crown Spa Health Club which has a modern fitness centre with exercise suites. Guests can relax in the sauna, spa bath or steam room, or try a range of indulgent treatments in the elegant spa salon.
The restaurant here serves a varied menu, making use of Yorkshire produce. A light cafe menu is also available, and a continental breakfast is provided daily. Cooked breakfasts are available for an additional charge, and guests can enjoy drinks in the stylish bar or on the terrace. We think this is a brilliant hotel to stay in when visiting Scarborough.
2. The Norbreck Hotel
Seafront hotels in Scarborough don’t come much better than The Norbreck. Located just 150 yards from Scarborough North Bay, The Norbreck Hotel features a bar, a pretty terrace, a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk and room service, along with free WiFi. The hotel features family rooms so it’s ideal for those visiting in family groups who want to explore with ease. All units in the hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV. At The Norbreck Hotel, every room comes with a private bathroom with a hairdryer. Guests at the accommodation can enjoy a continental or an à la carte breakfast. This is a great choice, has really good reviews and pets are also allowed here.
3. The Grand Hotel
The Grand Hotel looks over Scarborough’s Harbour and South Bay and boasts stunning sea views. This hotel offers evening entertainment in its classic Cabaret Ballroom. The Cabaret Ballroom hosts nightly live music and bingo. This spectacular hotel was built-in 1863 and was designed around a theme of time. Seasons, months, weeks and days are symbolised in the 4 towers, 12 floors, 52 chimneys and originally 365 bedrooms. Close to the promenade, The Grand Hotel has bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, TVs and tea/coffee making facilities. Some have sea views and some Premier rooms have spa baths. The Harbour Lights restaurant looks out over the water and offers a breakfast buffet and traditional English meals throughout the day. The Coffee Shop serves light lunches and afternoon tea.
4. The Royal Hotel
The Royal Hotel overlooks South Bay and offers a traditional restaurant and leisure facilities. The hotel is set in a grand period building, just 550 yards from Scarborough Beach. The spacious bedrooms at The Royal each have a private modern bathroom with free toiletries. The Sea View Restaurant here serves a classic British menu and world wine list. Indulgent afternoon teas and refreshments can be enjoyed in the elegant lounges or Theatre Bar, where free Wi-Fi is accessible. The Royal Hotel is just metres from Scarborough Seafront, and Scarborough Harbour is a 10-minute walk away. Sea Life is 1.5 miles away, and the beautiful North York Moors are a 10-minute drive.
5. The Esplanade Hotel
Located above the cliffs overlooking Scarborough and the south bay. The Esplanade Hotel offers some seriously stunning views. It also has limited free on-site parking, a garden and a restaurant with views over the harbour and Scarborough Castle. An en suite bathroom is provided in each room at The Esplanade, as well as a flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Guests can relax on the roof terrace with a drink and take in the scenic views, and evening entertainment is provided on occasion. The nearest beach can be reached in just under a 10-minute walk, with Scarborough town centre a further 5 minutes away.
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