Llandudno is North Wales’ most treasured tourist town originating from the Victorian era. The town is situated between Colwyn Bay and Bangor, attracting tourists of all ages during the spring and summer months. The beaches on the North and West shores and the hotels in Llandudno are incredibly popular, with the former being a popular destination when the sun is out, with the high street shops being packed at any other time of the year. New additions to the main shopping centre have seen a surge of visitors to the area, as Llandudno now provides the ultimate shopping experience for dedicated shoppers.
If you wish to relax in luxurious hotels during your stay, then it is recommended you choose one of the many boutique-style hotels on Llandudno’s North Shore. The sea views from the front facing rooms are simply breathtaking, providing a spectacular experience when enjoying the hotel. One of the biggest benefits of choosing a seafront hotel is that you are never more than a couple of minutes walk from the main high street. The prices for these rooms are an absolute steal, as your view of the promenade with a setting sun is completely invaluable.
There are a variety of hotel types that will suit every single traveller. The hotels situated nearer Llandudno’s nightlife are perfect for those who wish to paint the town red during their stay, and are merely a stones throw from the nearest pub or bar. The sea view hotels provide a much more relaxed experience, with the noises of the sea to keep you calm and relaxed. Regardless of your hotel choices, you are never far away from Llandudno’s hustle and bustle.
Should you wish to enjoy a luxury holiday on the North Wales coast, do not hesitate to contact a luxury boutique-style hotel with superb views to ensure your stay is as comfortable as possible.
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