£549pp All Inclusive Torquay 5 night Summer Stays – Puma Hotels (formely Barcelo)

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UK Hotel Offer:Enjoy an all inclusive 5 night stay in Torquay from only £549 per person - Kids under 15 FREE!

Puma Hotels welcome you and your family to the Imperial Hotel, Torquay where you can enjoy an all inclusive 5 night stay from only £549 per person and up to two children under 15 staying for free. Set on the top of a cliff overlooking the bay this great value offer includes all meals and accompanying drinks, plus a selection of drinks are available in the Cocktail bar between 11am and 11 pm. The hotel has 152 rooms and your offer is for a Premium one which includes a balcony or terrace. The hotel also features some Beauty Rooms so you can pamper yourself with a range of treatments so you can indulge in a little moisturising to maintain your tan. There are also activities for children including a games room with table tennis, table football and a pool table and there also games consoles. Please note there is no supervision provided children are the responsibility of their parents or guardians at all times. There is also an outdoor swimming pool for you all to enjoy. The Regatta Restaurant which provides your meals features outstanding views across the bay. You can even bring the dog for an additional £10 a night. So book your all inclusive Torquay break today - if you have children you know it makes sense because those drink bills soon rack up when you're away. View/Book this Deal > Terms & Conditions Please note there is no free parking at the hotel - cars are charged for outside parking at £7 per night and £15 a night for a garage.

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