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Copthorne Hotel Plymouth

A Hotel in Plymouth, Devon

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Armada Way
Plymouth
Devon
England
PL1 1AR

Copthorne Hotel Plymouth, Plymouth

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Located in the bustling city centre the Copthorne Hotel Plymouth is an ideal destination for business or pleasure. Providing a high level of service and superb facilities, the hotel has a lot to offer those seeking a break away. There is some delicious local produce to be sampled in the award winning Brasserie style restaurant; Bentleys, plus the gallery cocktail bar is ideal for pre or post dinner drinks.

The hotel is located close to the historic Barbican and National Maritime Aquarium and within easy reach of Drake Circus Shopping Centre.

4 star rating

From: £32.50

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