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Copthorne Plymouth
The Armada Centre
Plymouth
Devon

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Located in the bustling city centre, this hotel is an ideal destination for business or pleasure. Situated within the hotel is Bentleys Brasserie, our award winning restaurant and the Gallery Bar where you can relax and enjoy a drink. The Copthorne is the closest hotel to the new Drakes Circus shopping centre, and is within walking distance of Plymouth's famous Hoe and Barbican, the theatre and business districts.
The hotel has recently opened a new fitness suite, which is available, free of charge, for all guests.

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Ratings/Awards: Four Star
Number of Rooms: 135
Number Ensuite: 135
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Restaurant

Name: Bentley's
Cuisine: A La Carte
Chef: Chris Pawson

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Tennis Court
Swimming Pool
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Satellite TV
MiniBar
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