The Imperial Hotel in Llandudno
The Imperial Llandudno Hotel is located on the north sea front of Llandudno, a Victorian town in North Wales. The hotel’s position gives convenient access to the town centre of Llandudno, as well as all of the attractions Llandudno has to offer.
The town is located on the coast of North Wales, easily accessible using the A55 expressway. Llandudno is surrounded by many other interesting places to visit, such as the town of Conwy and is within driving distance of Snowdonia National Park.
There is a wide range of accommodation available at this wonderful Llandudno hotel with excellent views of Llandudno and the sea front. The hotel has a lift giving access to all floors for everyone. There are a range of rooms to suit all types of budgets and needs, from standard doubles to family rooms as well as stylish suites with beautiful views of the bay. All of the rooms in the hotel have en-suite facilities, many including a bath and shower. The hotel is also child-friendly atmosphere and facilities, also appealing to adults.
When it comes to dining, the Imperial Hotel has a team of chefs which take pride in what they produce. They work hard to ensure you get what you’d like and are willing to accommodate for special dietary requirements where possible. Dining at The Imperial isn't just for hotel guests either and their Afternoon Tea is to die for.
The Conference Room
The Conference Room As well as accommodation, the Imperial Hotel also offers a conference room and meeting venue for hire. The room is located on the ground floor and has excellent views over the Llandudno bay. The Conference Room is used for several purposes, including board meetings, exhibitions, team building, hospitality, special events and conferencing. The room is generally open to any use it may be required for.
A stay at the Imperial Hotel is accompanied by the countless activities and places to visit throughout Llandudno and North Wales. Some of the local attractions include the Venue Cymru (within sight of the hotel), which opened in 2007 and is the hub of entertainment, conferencing and many large events in North Wales. There are many theatrical entertainments, dramas and concerts at the venue. Llandudno is famous for the Great Orme, a large limestone Headland which attracts thousands of visitors each year. It is home to the Copper Mines, a Victorian tramway and offers spectacular views of Llandudno and Snowdonia from its cable cars. Llandudno also has another beach, the West Shore, which is a much quieter area (being slightly further from the town centre). It is more popular with windsurfers and kite surfers; it has a sandy shoreline and sandy dunes. There is also a children’s play area, picnic area and cafe, West Shore also offers some excellent views of Puffin Island and the Isle of Anglesey.