St Michaels Hotel & Spa – Falmouth
This revitalising space is centred on the hydrotherapy pool, the largest in the south west. With more than 60 treatments available and a champagne nail bar, it’s the ultimate sanctuary.
Call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022 to discuss this fantastic deal before it goes. This property is 2 minutes walk from the beach. Opposite Gyllyngvase Beach, St Michael’s Hotel & Spa is a 15-minute walk from Falmouth Harbour. The 4-star hotel features an award-winning restaurant… Set in sub-tropical gardens, this luxury south facing beachside hotel boasts airy, bay view rooms. Travel Now Pay Later St Michaels Hotel & Spa Falmouth Jetnow. The hotel has 84 modern rooms with décor inspired by the Cornish coast, with lots of light, deep beds, crisp cotton sheets, powerful showers and luxury room facilities. Included in your stay, you can enjoy swim and gym access to Falmouth’s premier Health Club.
- Beach Front
- Beauty Treatments
- Health & Fitness
- Swimming Pool
Flight & Transfer Information
Approx. 6 hours drive from central London. 6 min walk from Falmouth Train Station.
Room options include; beach house rooms with balcony/terrace, large and standard beach house rooms, classic king or twin and family rooms and suites
Great when travelling with the full clan or as a small group of friends, our Family Room features a master bedroom and adjoining twin bedroom. With inland views and lots of space, it’s a great choice for relaxing at the end of a busy day.
Master bedroom & twin bedroom / High thread-count linens / Luxurious towels / Bathrobes & slippers / Elemis amenities / Walk-in shower / Tea & coffee-making facilities / TV / Hairdryer / Iron & ironing board / Telephone / Free Wi-Fi
This fabulous suite offers lots of space for the whole brood. With a separate living room with sofa bed, master bedroom and a twin room, there’s wonderful space to hang out in the day and, in the evening, you can settle the kids and still have a bit of you time.
High thread count linens / Pocket sprung mattress / Luxurious towels / Elemis spa bathroom amenities / Tea & coffee making facilities / Television / Hairdryer / Iron & ironing board / Telephone / Complimentary WiFi
For couples looking to get out and about, our Cosy Doubles are a great fit. These smaller rooms feature all the facilities you expect from a quality hotel, with comfortable beds and lovely amenities at a great price - ideal for short stays.
High thread-count linens / Pocket-sprung mattress / Luxurious towels / Elemis amenities / Tea & coffee-making facilities / Television / Hairdryer / Iron & ironing board / Telephone / Free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
Experience fine dining in our gourmet restaurant, or savour our nutritious and healthy-focused dishes in the Garden Kitchen. Whether you’re a seafood fanatic, veggie lover or dessert devourer.
The hotel has two restaurants and one lounge bar.
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