Grosvenor Hotel

A Hotel in Torquay, Devon

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Belgrave Road
Torquay
Devon
England
TQ2 5HG

Grosvenor Hotel, Torquay

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Situated in a prime position just a short distance from the seafront, the 3* Grosvenor Hotel epitomises comfort & hospitality. The hotel offers 46 comfortable en suite bedrooms with quality furnishings, executive rooms with sea & garden views. The indoor pool, Jacuzzi, gym, sun shower, sauna, hairdresser & masseur, provide the perfect place to relax in addition to the beautiful gardens, sun terrace, lounge, conservatory & library.

3 star rating

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Average customer rating: customer rating out of 6

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