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Bay Marine Hotel, Llandudno

North Wales

Bay Marine Hotel, Llandudno

Customer Rating: (20 Customer Reviews)

At a glance;

  • Stunning views of the Irish Sea from its location on the Promenade
  • The hotel offers an indoor swimming pool
  • Local attractions include the Alice in Wonderland Centre, The Great Orme, Little Orme, Happy Valley, The North Wales Theatre, Bodysgallen Hall and more
  • Other attractions include Conwy Castle, Llandudno Pier Pavilion Theatre and Tramway

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Hotel information

Llandudno is elegant and traditional and still attracts the crowds to her classic esplanade. Inland, North Wales has plenty more to offer; fairytale castles, high mountains and beautiful lakes. And, of course, a great time for all.

Built in the classic Victorian style of the resort’s seafront, this handsome hotel boasts stunning views over the Irish Sea. Not only does it offer comfortable furnishings, friendly service and a swimming pool perfect for active moments, but also an ideal setting in the centre of the promenade, within easy walking distance of the town’s plentiful tourist attractions. Lazy days can be spent on the beach or pier, shopping for souvenirs, visiting the Alice in Wonderland Centre or taking a tram ride up the Great Orme. Numerous sporting pursuits are offered locally, too. There is limited parking in the guest car park located behind the building but street parking is usually available nearby.

This hotel has a car park with a limited amount of priority spaces, these can be reserved at £5.00 per day and are in the hotel grounds

Great for

  • Walking
  • Food

Bay Marine Hotel Premier Room

Typical Premier Room at Bay Marine Hotel

Our most luxurious room option, most of our Premier Rooms come with a four poster bed as well as a spacious refitted bathroom that accommodates both bath and a separate shower. These bedrooms will normally offer extras such as comfortable seating area, a 32 inch digital flat screen television, hair dryer as well as a hospitality tray.

  • En-suite with separate bath and shower
  • Luxurious four poster bed
  • 32 inch digital flat screen television
  • Large bedroom with comfortable seating
  • Hair dryer and shaving point

Bay Marine Hotel Superior Room

Typical Superior Room at Bay Marine Hotel

Our Superior Rooms are more spacious and tastefully refurbished, they offer luxurious beds, a 26 inch digital flat screen television. The spacious bathrooms have been refitted with shower over bath. These rooms also come with the facilities to make yourself a hot drink.

  • 26 inch digital flat screen television
  • En-suite bathrooms with shower over bath
  • Spacious rooms
  • Hair dryer and shaving point

Bay Marine Hotel Standard Plus Room

Just launched – our newly redesigned Standard Plus rooms make it even easier to relax in comfort and style. Features include attractive new decor, contemporary furnishings and flat-screen TV.

  • Flat screen Television
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • En-Suite
  • Hair dryer and telephone
  • The above image represents a typical standard plus room

Bay Marine Hotel Standard Room

Typical Standard Room at Bay Marine Hotel

Our Standard Rooms are charming and have everything you would expect. The rooms have digital televisions, tea and coffee making facilities as well as an en-suite bathroom. 

  • En-suite and WC
  • Telephone
  • Digital television
  • Shaving point

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Hotel Accessibility

Here at Bay Hotels we want you to have the best short break possible. We are happy to provide advice to guests with special needs who wish to take breaks at our Hotels. In order to avoid disappointment and/or misunderstandings, please contact us on 01942 496 507 to discuss any needs that you may have.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do you have single rooms?
    Yes, in most of our hotels.

  • Do you take dogs and pets?
    We do not allow dogs and pets into our hotels, with the exception of guide dogs.

  • Do you have lifts in all hotels?
    We have lifts in most of our hotels.

  • What time is check in time?
    3pm in the afternoon.

  • What time is check out time?
    10am in the morning.

  • Do you have smoking rooms?
    We do not allow smoking in any parts of our hotels.


North Wales' most popular resort, and gateway to Snowdonia. Llandudno, enjoys a superb setting and tranquil ambience, combining up-to-date amenities whilst retaining its Victorian elegance.

How to get there

By Car:

From England – Take the A55 Coast Road, following signs for North Wales and Conwy. Leave the A55 at the signs for the A470 and Llandudno. Take the A470 into Llandudno and follow signs for the sea front and promenade. The Marine Hotel is located on the left hand side, in the centre of the promenade. AA Roadwatch 09003 401100.

This hotel has a car park with a limited amount of priority spaces, these can be reserved at £5.00 per day and are in the hotel grounds

By Train:

Llandudno Station, on the North Wales Coast Line, is situated just a few minutes' walk away from the hotel. Rail enquiries to 08457 484950.

By National Express:

Services easily available to Llandudno. (Enquiries to National Express 08705 808080).

By Taxi:

King Cabs 01492 878156.

Bay Marine Hotel

Bay Marine Hotel

The Promenade



LL30 1AN

Res: 01492 877521

Tel: 01492 877521

Local Attractions

The following places, attractions and things to do are easily reached from Llandudno;

  • Conwy
  • The Isle of Anglesey
  • Llanberis, Chester
  • Great Orme Tramway
  • Conwy Castle
  • Portmeirion
  • Caernarfon
  • Snowdonia National Park
  • Ireland (By Ferry)
  • Bodnant Gardens

Local Insight

Llandudno is Wales's largest resort, uniquely situated between the Great and Little Ormes with two wonderful beaches, the award winning North Shore and the quiet, sand duned West Shore. Llandudno has kept its Victorian and Edwardian elegance and splendour, despite its modern attractions.

  • The Great Orme Mines
    Uncovered in 1987 during a scheme to landscape an area of the the Great Orme, the copper mines discovered below the ground represent one of the most astounding archaeological discoveries of recent time. Dating back 4,000 years to the Bronze Age they change our views about the ancient people of Britain and their civilized and structured society 2,000 years before the Roman invasion. Over the past 21 years mining engineers, cavers and archaeologists have been slowly uncovering more tunnels and large areas of the surface landscape to reveal what is now thought to be the largest Prehistoric mine, so far discovered in the World.
    Visit their website

  • The Great Orme Tramway
    The Great Orme Tramway has been delighting visitors since it opened   on July 31st 1902. An engineering marvel of its age, it's still the only cable-hauled tramway still operating on British public roads. At the Halfway Station  exhibition, discover the fascinating funicular tramway - then enjoy the spectacular ride to the top. Lovingly restored re-live the experience of travel more than 100 years ago in the original tramcars - each named after a Saint. The whole tramway has been lovingly restored, ready for another century of service.
    Visit their website

  • Llandudno Cable Car
    Enjoy a ride on the Llandudno Cable Car during your visit to this beautiful resort. As the cable cars glide silently from Happy Valley to the summit of the Great Orme (679ft) a magnificent panorama unfolds - breathtaking views of Llandudno, the Little Orme, Conwy Estuary and beyond. The Llandudno Cable Car is the longest passenger cable car system in Britain. Choose return (18 minute ride) or single from Happy Valley or the summit, where there is a cafe. Before your return journey enjoy spectacular views of Anglesey, Puffin Island and the mountains of Snowdonia. Or explore the many delighful walks over the Great Orme with its nature trails and prehistoric remains. 

  • Llandudno Ski and Snowboard Centre
    Enjoy relaxation and exhiliration over-looking picturesque landscapes. Skiing and snowboarding for all abilities using the latest "perma-snow" slope. Ride the cresta run, spin down the slope in sno-tubes or test your skill on the alpine golf.
    Visit their website

Great for

  • Walking
  • Food


Entertainment Programme

Our excellent duo
Park Avenue
Will entertain on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays presenting music for dancing

Plus featuring
On Monday Evenings
Comedy Entertainer either
Clive Cope or Adam Daye

On Wednesday Evenings
Music for Dancing, Fun & Games with
Nicky Dean
Thursday Evenings
Comedy Vocalist
Dave Davis
On Saturday Evenings
Features a Lively Visiting Cabaret Artiste
With host Nicky Dean

On Sunday Evenings
An evening of entertainment with
Chrissy Stevens

The entertainment programme advertised is subject to change for reasons beyond our control without prior notice.

Bev Williams

Normanton, North Yorkshire

rating is 5 stars

28 October 2013

Value for money

Just back from a 4 day stay at the marine bay hotel Llandudno. Can`t moan about anything, a bargain break. We upgraded to a sea view room and yes the decor was a little tired but for £120 what do you want. The room was lovely and clean, plenty hot water, comfy bed and lovely food. The staff were very friendly and helpful and I loved the swimming pool. The pool was so warm like swimming in a bath, so relaxing. We weren`t bothered about the entertainment. Total value for money.

Pam Fry (Mrs)


rating is 4 stars

15 July 2013

North Wales and Penthryn Castle

My sister, and I have just come back from a 5 day holiday at the Marine, The room we stayed in was brilliant, very clean, and the beds very comfortable. The service we had from the room maid to the entertainment was very good. We were disappointed that the bingo, and entertainment was not on, on a Wednesday as it was last September, I am sure that this is missed by all who have returned this year. Well done Shearings this is the 14th year we have taken holiday's with your company.


South Cheshire

rating is 3 stars

2 April 2013

First time but not the last time

We are a party of six who usually stay at another hotel in Llandudno for Easter, they were fully booked so we tried the Bay Marine. We were pleasantly surprised especially with the price and quality of the superior and premium rooms. Entertainment on the Friday and Saturday was good but it was disappointing that none was available on the Sunday .Food was as expected for the price and there was always something we liked and we never went hungry ,waiting staff were friendly and attentive.

Mic Clements


rating is 3 stars

1 April 2013

Helpful Staff

We stayed in room 112, (a superior sea view room}unfortunately the heating had failed and it was very cold. However, the trainee manager, Joe Pilling went to a great deal of trouble to ensure we had an electric fire which solved the problem. Well done to him and all the staff who were really helpful. The hotel is a little tired in places and some of the communal areas were cold (ballroom in particular) but the excellent staff more than compensated for this.

Mr and Mrs G Bower

West Yorkshire

rating is 5 stars

22 March 2013

Lovely Weekend Break

First time at the Marine, won't be the last for sure. Newly refurbished bedroom, (slight new paint smell) very comfortable beds, wish we could have brought them home. Comfortable lounge area and we hit on a weekend where some drinks were free, a big bonus. Could have done with a bit more room in the dining area, tables quite close together. Food good, plenty of choice. All in all a very good weekend. Thanks to all at the Marine Hotel.

Anne Jeanette Airey


rating is 5 stars

23 February 2013

Surprise Perfection

National Holidays took us and it was brilliant! Really warm swimming pool, fabulous views of sea, close to beach, shops, cafes etc. The staff were helpful and friendly, especially our waiter and the food was great. What a delight, we loved it. Decent sized bedrooms, comfy lounge for reading, tables and chairs outside for star gazing! I can't wait to go again - in January even the weather was warm and sunny - excellent value for money and so relaxing we thought we'd been away much longer. xx

K P Barker


rating is 5 stars

15 October 2012

Food and Staff Excellent

Our first stay at this hotel and we were very pleased and will if coming to Llandudno again will use this hotel again. One of the good features were the parking facilities, parking bays were identified specifically for your car Food was very good and staff were always available to help.

Brian and Marion

Isle of Man

rating is 5 stars

10 October 2012

Very Pleased

We had a 5 day break, with Shearings holidays staying at this hotel. The hotel room was overlooking the prom. It was clean, very bright and warm. The hotel food was good, plenty of it and we had a lovely smiling and pleasant waitress. The rest of the staff were friendly and helpful, just what you expect from a Shearings trip Taking the excellent coach driver and the weather we had a great break and would recommend this hotel.

Valerie and Ivan


rating is 4 stars

25 July 2012

Lovely Hotel and Lovely People

Have stayed at many Bay Hotels, but this one was the best so far. Although some areas needed some TLC the hotel was very clean and very comfortable. The staff were most accommodating and the service in the restaurant excellent. Food very good. Room clean and comfortable bed. All in all good value for money. We will return.



rating is 3 stars

23 November 2011

Good food good staff

Had a large room at the back of the hotel the beds where clean but the carpet was old and black my husband was not happy so he spoke to the acting manager and resolved the problem the best he could because the hotel was full we did not let the room spoil our stay we had a good 3 nights good food and good staff I have booked a superior room for next may it is a surprise Xmas present for my husband. LLAASSTT OONNEEEEE

Julie Parker


rating is 4 stars

10 July 2011

Very Good Stay

Had a very good couple of days at the hotel and the day’s excursion to Betsy Cowen and Caernarfon the only thing is that they don’t do sandwiches during the afternoon. But didn’t stop us enjoying ourselves

Margaret Graham


rating is 5 stars

30 May 2011

A very pleasant Weekend

Thank you Marine! Twelve ladies had a wonderful break with you whilst at the Men’s Barbershop Convention. We found the staff extremely friendly and helpful, the rooms and room service really good. It was lovely after a hectic day to return to the hotel and our comfortable beds. The food was always hot and served with a smile. I would definitely visit again.

Jane Millard


rating is 3 stars

18 February 2011

Very Happy Stay

We were very pleased with our four day stay, had a small top floor room with a sea view, warm and comfortable. Food was very good and the staff were very friendly. We made a lot of friends. The decor was a little tired, but good value for money.

David Eden


rating is 5 stars

17 February 2011

Hotel Marine Again!

We are just looking forward to our sixth visit to the marine in 12 months. We have always found the hotel warm and friendly; the food is always tasty and suits us nicely. All we can hope for is reasonable weather.

Dorothy Eastwood


rating is 4 stars

14 February 2011

Well Satisfied

Just been on a Monday-Friday and really enjoyed it. I had a single room which overlooked the Great Orme and Pier. The room was comfortable, clean and beds made each day. Food was very nice with plenty of choice and the waiting staff were always friendly. Entertainment in the evenings was good with resident duo Sheila and John.



rating is 4 stars

11 February 2011

Charming Hotel

It’s a lovely hotel in a fabulous location. Staff are helpful and friendly. The food is fine, but size of helpings small. Hotel heating system needs updating, so best to go in the summer. Considering all this, I still really enjoyed my holiday.



rating is 4 stars

30 December 2010

Wonderful Weekend

Because of bad weather, we couldn't get to the hotel we booked in Whitby and were offered the Marine Hotel in Llandudno instead. How lucky for us! The staff were very friendly and helpful and the food delicious. The entertainment was very enjoyable. Altogether a fantastic weekend.

Shelagh Barlow


rating is 4 stars

22 November 2010

A Lovely Stay Again

Had a lovely and spacious premier room, with sea and promenade views. The food was excellent, hot and served by friendly staff. Hotel is well sighted for walks along the promenade or into town to take advantage of the extensive shops. Also, it’s a good base for walks to Snowdon, Anglesey etc. Only gripe was the expensive wine/drinks, surely slightly cheaper price would mean more would be sold. Yes, some decor is in need of updating, but this did not detract from m our enjoyment at all.



rating is 4 stars

5 October 2010

Very Good

Had a midweek break golfing. Food the best of all the Shearing's I have stayed in. It's a little bit like a rabbit warren, but the food and friendly staff made up for it. The rooms, very comfortable with lovely sea views. Highly recommended

Liz Whitfield


rating is 5 stars

1 September 2010

Brilliant Weekend Break

This hotel is in a beautiful location, with easy access to the town and the local attractions. The hotel itself is very comfortable, excellent cleanliness all round. The staff are very friendly, yet efficient and professional. The food is superb and as far as we could see, no faults can be found in any department. I would highly recommend this establishment. Entertainment was provided the three nights of our stay and was of the highest standard. The Marine is the place for us.

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