Centrally located the Invicta Hotel is a Grade II, listed, Georgian building offering a little bit of home from home. Newly refurbished to a high standard, this 3 star, family run hotel is situated on the famous Plymouth Hoe and enjoys views across Hoe Park and to the right the sea.
The Invicta Hotel boasts 23 en-suite rooms all fully equipped to ensure a comfortable yet affordable stay. All our rooms are appointed to a high standard and include tea & coffee making facilities, flat screen HD TVs with free view, DVD players and free unlimited broadband Wi-Fi internet access. Some of our first floor, classic rooms have king or super king size beds, spa baths, corner baths or walk in power showers. If you would like a double room but are travelling alone then ask about our single occupancy deals.
Please be aware that being a grade II listed building we do not have a lift. Third floor rooms are reduced in price to compensate for this but may not be suitable for guests with mobility problems. If you require a low floor please let us know when making your reservation.
Relax and unwind in the comfortable surroundings of our hotel bar, stocked with an excellent selection of beers, real ales, wines and spirits including malt whiskeys and our locally produced award winning Plymouth Gin, all for your enjoyment.
Our talented team of chefs consistently strive to create a seasonally exciting range of dishes from land and sea, sourcing only the best locally caught or produced ingredients.
The Invicta Hotel Plymouth offers bed and breakfast or dinner, bed and breakfast. We are a stones throw from Plymouth Hoe, the main city centre and the historical Barbican, where you will find an array of bars and restaurants.
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