Relax at the Duke
Set in the heart of Britain’s Ocean City, the Duke of Cornwall Hotel Plymouth is brimming with history, character and style. The hotel’s 72 rooms are all individually designed with thoughtfully-selected designer wallpapers and vintage furniture, creating a chic look that does justice to the building’s striking architecture. With a range of bedroom sizes and styles available, from comfortable en-suites to indulgently romantic four-poster rooms, there’s accommodation to suit everyone.
ELEGANCE AND COMFORT
IN PLYMOUTH’S FIRST LUXURY HOTEL
Our single rooms are the perfect spaces for solo guests. With luxury styling and grand architectural features, you can look forward to nights surrounded by the Duke’s unique period charm. A comfortable bed and modern in-room facilities ensure a home-from-home feeling.
For couples and guests sharing, we offer a wonderful range of twin and double bedrooms. Each room is uniquely styled and decorated, with stunning designer wallpapers and heritage furniture. Enjoy boutique hotel style in the heart of Plymouth.
If you’re looking for a Plymouth hotel room suitable for a stay with your children, our family rooms are perfect. They offer the extra space and facilities you need, while also presenting you with the luxury and stylish decor you’d expect at the Duke of Cornwall.
Our superior rooms raise the level of luxury even further. With added features, these beautifully designed and furnished rooms are the ideal indulgence if you’re celebrating a special occasion. A lovely night’s sleep in one of our superior rooms will round off a great evening perfectly.
Ornate carved wood four-poster beds are the striking centrepiece of our magnificent luxury rooms. Some of these rooms also offer the added comfort of a separate lounge area. The generous space and exquisite style and luxury of these rooms make them the perfect bridal suites. We can add flowers, champagne and chocolates for the complete wedding night welcome. In our Reynolds Suite, you can even enjoy exclusive use of the Duke’s iconic tower, with its 360 degree views across the sea and the Devon and Cornwall countryside.