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Grand Hotel Scarborough

Scarborough Grand Hotel

Scarborough Grand Hotel

Grand Hotel Scarborough

The Grand Hotel is a large hotel in Scarborough, England, overlooking the town’s South Bay. It is now a Grade II* listed building that is owned by Britannia Hotels, and has undergone a £7 million refurbishment.

Three blue plaques outside mark where the novelist Anne Brontë died in 1849, the contribution of the RAF trainees stationed at the hotel during World War II, and the original opening of the building.

Overlooking Scarborough’s Harbour and South Bay, The Grand is a Victorian hotel with sea views. The Grand has evening entertainment 365 days of the year in its stunning Cabaret Ballroom.

Close to the promenade the Grand has bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, TVs and tea/coffee making facilities. Some have sea views and some Premier rooms have spa baths.

The Harbour Lights Restaurant looks out over the water and offers a breakfast buffet and traditional English meals throughout the day. The Coffee Shop serves light lunches and afternoon tea.

The Cabaret Ballroom plays host to nightly live music and bingo. Sandy beaches are nearby whilst The Scarborough Spa and Scarborough Train Station are both less than 500 metres away.

Built in 1863 The Grand Scarborough was designed around a theme of time. Seasons, months, weeks and days are symbolised in the 4 towers, 12 floors, 52 chimneys and originally 365 bedrooms.

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