With its wonderful cliff-top location, The Imperial Hotel Torquay couldn't be better positioned. Overlooking the beautiful southwest coast it is the perfect base from which to explore the traditional seaside town of Torquay and beyond. The striking four star hotel was built in 1866 and has welcomed guests such as Napoleon III, King Edward VII and the Queen of Holland in years gone by. Nowadays it is a great location for a summer break, a weekend away or even a business trip to the area. The white Mediterranean style property really does have something for everyone.
The Imperial Hotel Torquay has 152 bedrooms, many of which boast stunning views overlooking the English Channel.
All rooms feature:
- Iron and ironing board
- 24 hour room service
- Complimentary WiFi
Standard rooms are all inland facing and most have small seating areas and work stations. They come in single, double and twin options.
Premium double and premium family rooms all enjoy the stunning sea views and each has a balcony or terrace. They also come with a trouser press and mineral water as standard.
Deluxe double rooms are larger than the premium rooms and have seating areas with easy chairs and a coffee table. Deluxe rooms all boast views over the bay with balconies or terraces. They also come with bathrobes and slippers
Suites have large separate lounges in which to relax. Although they all have sea views they do not have access to balconies. However they do come with all the extras including trouser press, mineral water and bathrobes and slippers.
The Regatta Restaurant is the main dining option at the Imperial Hotel Torquay. Enjoying breathtaking views of the bay, the restaurant has a fairly traditional menu but with modern touches. It is open daily from 6.30pm to 9pm.
Game On is the less formal dining option offering seasonal fayre, nibbles and sharing platters. It is open from 11am to 10.00pm every day.
The Britannia Bar is a stylish, cosy area in which to enjoy a drink and a light lunch. It opens from 10am to 2pm.
Its relaxed seaside vibe makes Torquay is a great place for meeting and conferences,with plenty of leisure opportunities to help delegates relax after their meeting. There are eight flexible meeting spaces in all with a maximum capacity of 350 delegates in a theatre style, making it perfect for larger meetings and exhibitions.
The Day Delegate package includes the following:
- Room hire
- Umlimited teas, coffees and biscuits
- Choice of lunch options
- LCD projector, screen and flipchart
- Delegate stationery
- Water and sweets
- Complimentary WiFi
The 24 hour rate includes the following:
- Everything included in the Day Delegate package
- Choice of dinner options
- Overnight accommodation
- Full English breakfast
- Full use of leisure facilities
Function Room Capacities
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If you’re looking for a place to relax and unwind the Torquay Imperial Hotel is the destination for you with an abundance of things to do, both inside and outside. Beginning outside, there is a swimming pool which is open during the warmer months of the year. There are also tennis courts and a play centre with an astroturf surface which features mini-rides for the younger guests.
Inside there are even more activities for visitors. As well as a swimming pool, sauna, and jacuzzi the more active guests may wish to use the fitness suite. There is even a games room with a table tennis table, tanle football, a pool table and games consoles for those aged five to 14 years.
The spa offers a whole range of treatments for those in search of some real pampering. Don't forget to book in advance as spaces are limited.
The Imperial Hotel Torquay is an ideal location from which to explore all that the beautiful English Riviera has to offer.Torquay itself is a lively, traditional seaside resort with lots to see and do. Nearby are Paignton, Brixham and Torbay with their beaches and numerous seaside activities. Other attractions in the area include the Eden Project, Babbaconme Model Village and the Agatha Christie Trail. Dartmoor National Park is also right on the doorstep with its stunning scenery and abundance of outdoor activities on offer.
For those heading to the hotel by car there are more that 100 parking spaces onsite, chargeable at £7 per day. The nearest train station is Torquay, just under a mile from the hotel while Exeter Aiport is 22 milea away for those travelling from further afield.