The Town House
This landmark Victorian promenade house has been transformed by our interior designers into fifteen beautifully, and individually, furnished apartments. Each is its own unique hotel room.While respecting the original decor and ambiance of the Victorian building, the hotel offers a modern living style. This includes complimentary Wifi, phone calls, and SKY TV with sports and movies. We also have a cardio gym and concierge.The Town House anticipates the needs of both family travel and the international business person.
What separates our offering from other hotels is the sheer amount of space in each hotel room. Our rooms average 500 sq ft, almost double the industry average. With our two bedroom apartments, you can have separate bedrooms for both you and the kids, as well as a separate living room.
Our service includes daily housekeeping and we greet you with a welcome pack of bread, milk, cereals, tea, and coffee. Breakfast and evening meals can be self catered, or guests can enjoy a buffet breakfast or fine-dining meal in the restaurant, Coast.Our focus is quality at a fair price and so we are competitively priced with local hotels. Our apartments are available from as little as £84 per night, providing outstanding value.
Why stay in a hotel room, when you can stay in an entire apartment?
24 Loch Promenade
Douglas, Isle of Man , IM1 2LX
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Tynwald claims to be the oldest continuous parliamentary assembly in the world, with a tradition of over 1,000 years of meetings being held.
The Villa Marina is the Isle of Man's premier entertainment venue, featuring a 1600 capacity arena, intimate concert halls, cinema and a children's play area.
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The Courthouse, situated in the heart of the financial district in Douglas, is the result of a painstaking project to transform the Grade II listed former courthouse building
Michael and Belinda, owners of L'Experience since December 2009, are delighted to welcome you to what has long been one of the island's most loved