Located in the town centre, overlooking the bay and harbour, the Grand is one of Scarborough's landmark buildings. Built in 1863 as one of Europe's first purpose built hotels, the Grand's architecture is rumoured to be based on the theme of time. Four towers represent the seasons, 12 floors represent the months, 52 chimneys to represent the weeks and originally 365 bedrooms to represent the days of the year. Recently, as part of a complete renovation programme, the hotel has re-opened the 6th and 7th floors featuring 40 brand new bedrooms and 3 Tower Suites featuring 360 degree panoramic views of Scarborough. The hotel offers nightly entertainment and the Harbour Lights restaurant has stunning views over the harbour and bay. The hotel also has a number of bars, an informal snack bar and a popular sun terrace.
This historical building, which overlooks the south bay of Scarborough with scenic sea views, was built in 1867 and has 316 rooms on 11 floors. Guests are welcomed in the hotel lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out services, a hotel safe and lift access. The hotel also features an auditorium, a caf� and a bar.
The Britannia Grand Hotel Scarborough is a Tourist, Limited Service, Traditional, Business, Leisure, Resort, City hotel, Child Friendly hotel. Located in Town Centre area. Shopping is within walking distance and the nightlife/restaurants are within walking distance from the hotel.