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Plymouth Backpackers Hotel

Plymouth Backpackers Hotel Information Page!

Description:

Plymouth Backpackers Hotel was previously The Rooms Hotel but the owners, who have been running it for the last decade, recently took a decision to re-brand the hotel and they now welcomes backpackers, single travellers, groups of people and more. Even though their prices are low, they feel sure you’ll be impressed by the hotel’s standards, as well as the level of customer service. Their goal is to provide both a superior customer experience and value for money.

The family-run backpacker hotel now comprises 11 bedrooms in total, including single rooms, twin rooms, family rooms and larger rooms for groups of people looking to share. The guests’ safety is of utmost importance, so the hotel is manned 24 hours a day and they have CCTV security.

Centrally located, you’re guaranteed to have all the city’s sights within easy reach, and the team will do everything possible to make you feel comfortable throughout your stay.

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Location:

Plymouth Backpackers Hotel
102 Union Street
Plymouth,
Devon,
PL1 3HL

Directions to location

Tel: 01752 213 033
Mobile: 07910 857 841

Web: www.plymouthbackpackershotel.co.uk

Facilities:

  •  Free parking
  • Communal areas – inside and out
  • No-smoking throughout
  • TVs
  • Kettles
  • Free WiFi
  • En-suite hotel rooms
  • Double glazing and central heating throughout
  • CCTV security
  • Manned 24 hours’ a day
  • Laundry service
  • Take a look at our hotel rooms, facilities and hotel!
  • Breakfast & evening meals available on request

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