The Imperial Hotel

Accommodation, Hotels in Llandudno

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The Imperial Hotel

Accommodation

Review

“ And the rainbow hangs on the poising wave, And sweet is the colour of cove and cave” A.L.Tennyson.
The glorious, golden elegance of the Victorian and Edwardian era, has been beautifully maintained in Llandudno. The splendid Imperial Hotel has long stood out as one of the town's premier hotels, and has welcomed many guests, including the rich and famous. This renowned hotel is situated right in the heart of the impeccable Llandudno Seafront Promenade. With sweeping views of the sea and the dramatic Great Orme and its smaller companion, guests are treated to outstanding views. From the hotel's award-winning-Restaurant, the food is quite simply superb, locally sourced and freshly prepared, with a charming Terrace, from where guests can enjoy lunch or light bites. The hotel offers a wide choice of unique, elegant bedrooms, including sumptuous Suites with lounges.

- Top 100 Review
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Contact Us

The Promenade , Vaughan Street,
Llandudno, Conwy , LL30 1AP

01492-877466

www.theimperial.co.uk

[email protected]

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