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The Claremont Hotel, Douglas

The '4-Star Gold' Claremont Hotel is the highest rated hotel on the Isle of Man, occupying a premium location on Douglas promenade. Just a short walk from the sea terminal in the heart of the town, the hotel is also near to local shops and other amenities. As well as the in house 'Coast Bar and Brasserie', the Claremont has an extensive lounge area for relaxing in the evenings. Standard room facilities include an en-suite bathroom, direct dial telephone, flat screen television with satellite news and sports channels, mini-safe, iron, complimentary high speed Wi-Fi access, tea and coffee making facilities, executive toiletries and hairdryer. Sea view bedrooms which also feature a Super-King Size bed, bathrobes, coffee machine, daily turn down service & complimentary magazines, are also available on request for a supplementary charge.

Please note that due to the original architectural features of the Claremont, we advise that it is not suitable for any guests requiring mobility assistance or street level access. The property has a number of external steps to access the hotel entrance, as well as internal steps to the upper floors, including the access route from the lift to bedroom corridors.

 

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Vintage Railways of the Isle of Man
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Vintage Railways of the Isle of Man
Mrs M James
“Enjoyed the whole holiday especially the steam train and the trip to the top of the hill although the electric railway was a bit noisy and uncomfortable .The hotel was good with very good food. The coach driver was one of the best ever, a mine of information and an expert in motor bike racing. I wish I could have seen a Manx cat but I didn’t have enough time.