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Located on the Douglas Promenade, the Regency Hotel is situated 15 minutes' walk from Douglas town centre. Many guest rooms come with panoramic views across the bay. Very nice welcome and attentive staff. Good breakfast with lovely farm susages.
Boasting breathtaking views over the harbour, this luxury apart-hotel is ideally situated on the promenade in the commercial area of Douglas, on the picturesque Isle of Man. Cleanliness, room decor, well equipped.
Overlooking Douglas Bay on the Isle of Man, this hotel has a piano bar, a health club, and a large conservatory that features panoramic sea views. Big old fancy hotel, great location.
Penta offers accommodation in Douglas. Complimentary WiFi is provided. All rooms have a private bathroom and a flat-screen TV. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hairdryer. Very good communication prior to our stay.
On the scenic Queens Promenade, The Rutland Hotel is an elegant building on the Isle of Man. Spacious and tidy room, comfortable bed and very kind staff.
The Claremont is a 4-star hotel offering unique style and luxury within the Isle of Man. Located on the promenade, it offers scenic views across Douglas Bay in many rooms. Very comfortable beds, well planned rooms, good interior design.
Affordable luxury with superior service, the Ascot has a reputation for customer care and satisfaction. Staff was super friendly and helpful. Upgraded bathroom was very nice.
Ideally situated on the seafront in Douglas, this hotel features comfortable en suite accommodation with a full range of modern facilities and in-room accessories. The staff did everything they could to make our stay enjoyable.. Very friendly and helpful,
Museum was great once you have found it!! Got to a sign that said museum - said use block 2 but gave no instructions where it was!! If you come from the quay area and get to the first lift with this sign, go to floor 6, walk up the ramp to floor 7 and then head to the far left corner to find the bridge over the road and museum. Well worth it once you find it.
This was really good and interesting and had free admission. It was a bit difficult to reach as you had to go through a car park. get a lift to level 2 walk through to another lift to level 8 then walk across a bridge and up some steps, but worth visiting.
Very very interesting and exciting , set out very well and very clean, didn’t see any where for refreshments, but plenty out side castle, my husband enjoyed but I couldn’t as much as I’m able to go top of castle ,a lift would be great for those that not able to climb steps , because there seems to be a lot of older people visiting the Island would need to make some of the activities more accessible getting on steam train ,ejlectric train
Check out the stuffed Manx cat.I've got two live ones,Douglas and Tynwald. Also the best Bonnag in the charming Bay Room Cafe.Beautifully presented,it looked as good as it tasted.If you don't try this you might have well have stayed at home.