Sunderland Marriott Hotel

A Hotel in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear

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Queens Parade, Seaburn
Tyne and Wear

Sunderland Marriott Hotel, Sunderland

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Sunderland's only four star hotel is the Sunderland Marriott. Located on the seafront overlooking the sandy beaches at Seaburn, two miles north of the city centre. A full-service hotel offering modern, high quality luxurious accommodation.

Relax by the pool, enjoy a soothing spa bath, or work out in the gym. Enjoy a pre-dinner drink and watch the boats go by before dining in the Promenade Restaurant.

4 star rating

From: £45.00

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