Mercure Paignton Hotel

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£95.00 per person as of 03/02/2024

⛵️ Paignton Seafront Stay ⛵️ Save up to 23% | Escape to the English Riviera for a relaxing seafront stay at Mercure Paignton Hotel. This cutting-edge hotel overlooks Tor Bay in charming Paignton with Torquay and Brixham just a short drive away. Explore miles of idyllic Devonshire coastline and countryside or simply potter around this traditional seaside resort, peppered with colourful beach huts and fishing boats. Your Great Little Break includes: ⛵️Overnight accommodation ⛵️Breakfast each morning ⛵️Glass of Prosecco on arrival (worth £7 per person) ⛵️Dinner served in Latitude 50 Restaurant (£30 per person allowance) ⛵️Late check out to 5pm (worth £20) ⛵️Can be booked for multiple nights ⛵️Availability from February 2024 - April 2024 *from £95 per person This deal is fully refundable up to 7 days prior to arrival Privilege rooms are available at a supplement, subject to availability Want to extend your stay? our 2 night break at the same hotel from £145 per person Why we love this 📍Riviera Charm: The English Riviera is a UNESCO accredited Global Geopark comprising Brixham, Torquay and Paignton. Known as Torbay, this borough is a natural hub of history and spectacular scenery, a testament to Devon country and coastline 📍Gateway to Attractions: This intimate seaside resort allows visitors to experience Paignton’s attractions, shops, and eateries with ease. Paignton’s traditional pier is just a stone’s throw from the hotel and Paignton Zoo is approximately a 9-minute drive 📍Contemporary Design: The Mercure Paignton hotel is a stylish new addition to Paignton’s seafront; its glass frontage and sleek design give a subtle nod to the glamour of the English Riviera

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