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Midweek Overnight stay Torquay plus dinner from £89 per room per night @ The Imperial Hotel
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Midweek Overnight stay Torquay plus dinner from £89 per room per night @ The Imperial Hotel

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Posted 16th Jan

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An overnight stay midweek with breakfast and dinner in a seafront hotel. The hotel is a bit tired in places but there is a small swimming pool and spa. Extra £20 on Saturday. Available to end March excluding Feb 14th. Dinner is a £50 per room credit against the food bill, specials (venison and sea bass) cost us an extra £5 in total. Wine is London prices, very limited choice of beer. Excellent view from the restaurant, pool in the children play area. Ask for a room lower down if you want wifi and parking is £7 extra for 24 hours. Other offers available if you want a spa break.
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The perfect spot for a luxurious winter getaway, take in the crisp sea air as you discover Torquay and the surrounding countryside, before joining us for a delicious meal, prepared using fresh, local produce.
Our Winter Getaway offer includes:
  • Overnight stay
  • Three-course dinner for two in The Regatta Restaurant
  • Full English and continental buffet breakfast for two
  • Use of hotel facilities
This offer is available for stays until 31st March subject to availability. Full pre-payment required at the time of booking and is non-cancellable and non-refundable. The card used to make the booking will be required on check-in. Dinner reservations should be made at time of booking. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.
*Price is per room, for one night, based on two adults sharing a Standard Room mid-week.

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Ignore the andywedge update.
I worked here 20 years ago.
It is a 1950s hotel with rubbish rooms, a part of a group of hotels that share facilities. I actually got married here in 2004. My inlaws thought it was posh. I'm now single!
Only looked in on this post for Fawlty towers themed jokes, I've left disappointed
HerefordCiderApples17/01/2020 00:37

Ignore the andywedge update.I worked here 20 years ago.It is a 1950s …Ignore the andywedge update.I worked here 20 years ago.It is a 1950s hotel with rubbish rooms, a part of a group of hotels that share facilities. I actually got married here in 2004. My inlaws thought it was posh. I'm now single!


No they don’t share facilities at all. It’s owned by the brownsword group actually.
Add £40 to add a child.
HerefordCiderApples17/01/2020 00:37

Ignore the andywedge update.I worked here 20 years ago.It is a 1950s …Ignore the andywedge update.I worked here 20 years ago.It is a 1950s hotel with rubbish rooms, a part of a group of hotels that share facilities. I actually got married here in 2004. My inlaws thought it was posh. I'm now single!


Most of the Torquay hotels are 1950s with a 1980 facelift.
Speaking as a local, The Imperial would definitely not be top of my "must stay" list.

The Imperial used to be a superb 5* hotel back in the day, but times have changed. To say it's dated and in need of a major overhaul is being kind. On the plus side, the hotel does have some stunning views.

Also avoid The Grand - another once fantastic hotel which is now on life-support. Very tatty, badly run, poor food, poor service and I won't even mention how bad the "spa" / gym is!

If you are looking for an enjoyable break in this neck of the woods, the Belgrave Sands Hotel & Spa has a very good reputation and is a place I'd recommend to my friends. Equally, if you'd prefer a national chain hotel, you can often get some great deals for The Premier Inn which is around 100 yards down the road.

HTH
sashahook17/01/2020 07:17

No they don’t share facilities at all. It’s owned by the brownsword group a …No they don’t share facilities at all. It’s owned by the brownsword group actually.


My mistake. too much Rioja last night. Wrong hotel
HerefordCiderApples17/01/2020 11:02

My mistake. too much Rioja last night. Wrong hotel


You may be thinking of the "Torquay Leisure Hotels" group - they have 4 hotels (Toorak, Derwent, Victoria & Carlton) which are all close to one another and share the same facilities. These hotels mainly cater to the coaching circuit - specialising in "turkey & tinsel" Christmas breaks for Northerners
cb-uk17/01/2020 20:03

You may be thinking of the "Torquay Leisure Hotels" group - they have 4 …You may be thinking of the "Torquay Leisure Hotels" group - they have 4 hotels (Toorak, Derwent, Victoria & Carlton) which are all close to one another and share the same facilities. These hotels mainly cater to the coaching circuit - specialising in "turkey & tinsel" Christmas breaks for Northerners


Turkey & Torquay would be good
cb-uk17/01/2020 20:03

You may be thinking of the "Torquay Leisure Hotels" group - they have 4 …You may be thinking of the "Torquay Leisure Hotels" group - they have 4 hotels (Toorak, Derwent, Victoria & Carlton) which are all close to one another and share the same facilities. These hotels mainly cater to the coaching circuit - specialising in "turkey & tinsel" Christmas breaks for Northerners


I agree - visited that when relatives stayed there, totally different.

cb-uk17/01/2020 09:09

Speaking as a local, The Imperial would definitely not be top of my "must …Speaking as a local, The Imperial would definitely not be top of my "must stay" list. The Imperial used to be a superb 5* hotel back in the day, but times have changed. To say it's dated and in need of a major overhaul is being kind. On the plus side, the hotel does have some stunning views.Also avoid The Grand - another once fantastic hotel which is now on life-support. Very tatty, badly run, poor food, poor service and I won't even mention how bad the "spa" / gym is!If you are looking for an enjoyable break in this neck of the woods, the Belgrave Sands Hotel & Spa has a very good reputation and is a place I'd recommend to my friends. Equally, if you'd prefer a national chain hotel, you can often get some great deals for The Premier Inn which is around 100 yards down the road.HTH


The price is fordinner, bed and breakfast, the hotel gets good ratings on tripadvisor and booking.com. You cant stay at a PI and get a 3 course meal and breakfast included at that price - the dinner beat anything you'd get at a PI, service was very much better, breakfast was much the same as a PI but what do you pay for a full PI breakfast these days - £9.50 a head. Room was tired but much larger. PI is a good choice if you have children but not otherwise. Belgrave Sands is £120 a night b&b, not exactly comparable even when you allow for the free parking.
Edited by: "buzzard" 18th Jan
cb-uk17/01/2020 20:03

You may be thinking of the "Torquay Leisure Hotels" group - they have 4 …You may be thinking of the "Torquay Leisure Hotels" group - they have 4 hotels (Toorak, Derwent, Victoria & Carlton) which are all close to one another and share the same facilities. These hotels mainly cater to the coaching circuit - specialising in "turkey & tinsel" Christmas breaks for Northerners


Yes, I worked at the Carlton on and off and got married in the Toorak I think. Does the Imperial still have a nightclub in the basement?
HerefordCiderApples18/01/2020 11:52

Yes, I worked at the Carlton on and off and got married in the Toorak I …Yes, I worked at the Carlton on and off and got married in the Toorak I think. Does the Imperial still have a nightclub in the basement?


No idea, sorry - you'd have to ask them or check the reviews to see if it is mentioned.
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