Royal Hotel Scarborough

The Royal Hotel in Scarborough dates from the 1830s, and its grand imposing architecture, including The Royal's famous staircase and atrium, still bears all the hallmarks of the Regency period.

Situated in an enviable location in the centre of the town and overlooking the magnificent South Bay, this quality Scarborough hotel is the only choice for those visiting the town, whether your trip to this classic seaside town is for business or for pleasure.

Scarborough was the UK's first holiday resort, and The Royal was built at the height of the town's growth into the iconic seaside town we all love today. While retaining the old world charm of the traditional British seaside, the hotel has moved with the times, and now offers the type of facilities and service demanded by today's hotel guest.

The Royal Hotel offers some of the most comfortable, well appointed, en suite accommodation in Scarborough. All 118 bedrooms have been stylishly designed and thoughtfully equipped and, with a wide range of room types to choose from including single, double and twin rooms, Family accommodation, executive accommodation and luxury suits. Many rooms also enjoy spectacular sea views and are all serviced by two passenger lifts.

The Royal Hotel in Scarborough offers a standard of accommodation and quality of service that has attracted many distinguished guests over the years including Winston Churchill, Charles Laughton and Alan Ayckbourn, all of who have suites named after them in honour of their visit.