I stay here regularly with work because the hotel can accommodate conferences (of maybe 50 people). Getting a room is something of a lottery I have had rather pokey dives with a tiny bed and I have had quite nice suites. The service is good, if a little peculiar at times, I would recommend this place to anyone looking for somewhere quiet to stay, probably not the place for stag and hen nights or for anyone who wants to party the night away.
Unique Quality: You get the feeling that the Esplanade didn’t think much of the last 30 years and has chosen to simply ignore them, popular with an older cliental, the Esplanade is reasonably handy for the town centre unless you have a mobility problem (or simply don’t like steps) the hotel has one of the best views of Scarborough. Numerous packages and deals are available and these vary according to the season so give them a ring and/or look at the website (see below). I like the Esplanade it has character but be warned it’s as quirky as it gets.
Directions: Above the cliffs overlooking Scarborough and the south bay
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