There is a good range of hotels in Llandudno, with a variety of tastes and budgets catered for... Read more
Pretty pastel-coloured hotels line the waterfront and cosy guesthouses dot the backstreets. The range of accommodation is typical of a classic seaside resort and visitors can't go far wrong in one of Llandudno's charming hotels.
Big chain hotels are uncommon here, with independent hotel, guesthouse and B&B owners leading the way with polite Welsh hospitality. Premier Inn is the notable exception, and the chain offers good-value rooms in a pleasant location. Most hotels face the sea and sit on the long road that runs behind the beach. There are some traditional touches in somewhat old-fashioned hotels, with a few four-star hotels that offer more in the way of modern facilities and stylish accommodation.
Hotels in Llandudno provide all levels of accommodation, from luxury hotels down to budget outfits, and many of the hotels here have Victorian architecture that is quite delightful. Llandudno hotels provide a base in the largest seaside resort in Wales, but you are by no means limited to the sea shore if you stay here, as there is much to enjoy in the immediate area.
Hotels in the main town provide easy access to the amusements there, including the Victorian Pier, which is the finest pier in Wales and the second longest in Britain. But, if a hotel in the seaside resort location is not for you, there are hotel options just outside the town, including in nearby UNESCO World Heritage Site Conwy, or in the pretty town of Colwyn Bay. Caernarfon and its stunning castle are a little further afield, as is Llanberis, but they share easy access to the Snowdonia Mountain region, and any hotel in one of these locations offers the option to easily explore them all.