Grand Hotel Llandudno

The Grand Hotel Llandudno is a magnificent Victorian building and a prominent feature of the wonderfully conserved and famous Llandudno North Shore Promenade.

General Information

Call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022 to discuss this fantastic deal before it goes. The Grand Hotel Llandudno is a magnificent Victorian building and a prominent feature of the wonderfully conserved and famous Llandudno North Shore Promenade. Nestled at the foot of the Great Orme, and offering fabulous views across the spectacular bay and sea front, this is certainly a hotel which offers that particular holiday feeling.  With 823 square miles of diverse landscapes, Snowdonia National Park is the largest national park in Wales. Situated only 30 miles from Llandudno, this serene area of natural beauty offers picturesque landscapes and a full range of adventurous activities for all the family. Travel Now Pay Later Grand Hotel Llandudno Jetnow. The hotel keeps its charm through beautiful décor. Its entrance exudes grandeur and allows guests to take a step back in time with its vintage ambiance. The hotel is very well organized and all our staff are extremely friendly. Offering great value for money and entertainment for everyone visiting Llandudno, The Grand Hotel will ensure guests have an exceptionally grand holiday.


  • 2 Restaurant and 2 Bars
  • Close to the National Park
  • Evening Entertainment
  • Guest Car Park
  • Seaside Location
  • Snooker Table
  • WiFi

Flight & Transfer Information

Car journey time approx. 4 hours 50 mins from central London. Hotel is 5 mins walk from the local railway station.


The hotel offers the following room types; single, twin, double, triple and family.

Sea View 4 Person Family Room

Free Wi-Fi
1 Double and 2 Single Beds
Sea View
En-suite Bathroom
TV and Hairdryer
Tea and Coffee making facilities

Standard Triple Room

Free Wi-Fi
3 Single Beds
En-suite Bathroom
TV and Hairdryer
Tea and Coffee making facilities

Food & Drink

Restaurants and bars at our Llandudno hotel are situated onsite, so that guests can enjoy hot and cold beverages, as well as a variety of menus throughout the day and evening.

There are two restaurants and two bars.

Premier Restaurant

For a more premier dining experience, guests can choose to dine in the stunning dining room which overlooks the sea and shows some stunning views of Llandudno.

Local Attractions

With over 12,900 square miles of countryside to discover, Wales has something for everyone. Male voice choirs, stunning scenery, ancient history and so much more – the variety that Wales has to offer is totally unique.

The land of castles and dragons, the heart of Welsh culture is found in its myths and legends. There are vast expanses of countryside to explore, plenty of pubs on the way to rest tired legs, mountains to ascend and the famous coastal paths to follow.

If you know where to look, Wales is teeming with wildlife. There are dragonflies and butterflies to be seen at the many lakes and gardens, and on the coast you have starfish, crabs and other sea creatures in the rock pools, and dolphins, seals and porpoises in the water. It’s a great bird watching destination too, with one of the most unforgettable activities you can do being a trip to Skomer Island off the Pembrokeshire coast. Wales is home to some award-winning cheeses, from strong, creamy cheddars to goat’s cheese and special varieties like Perl Las and Caerphilly. Passion for cheese is perfectly demonstrated with the famous Welsh snack ‘rarebit’: cheese sauce on toast. Other delicacies worth traveling to Wales for include glamorgan sausages (made of cheese and leeks – incidentally the national symbol of Wales) and Welsh cakes. here are stunning sand beaches beside pristine blue-green waters, dramatic rocky beaches backed by lush marshes, those you can surf at, those which have a seaside holiday feel with rides and ice cream parlours, and those which are peaceful, secluded and totally unspoilt. Visit the beach of Rhossili Bay which has been voted Wales’ best beach. Dan-yr-Ogof Caves in Brecon has amazing caves to explore. The Brecon Beacons is a stunning mountain range with the highest peak in South Wales.