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Isle of Man

  • Delightful Douglas
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Enjoy a traditional seaside holiday on the golden sands of Isle of Man

Want to relive the childhood seaside holidays of your youth? Look no further than a relaxing stay at The Empress Hotel, overlooking Douglas Bay in the capital of the Isle of Man. A visit to the unspoilt island is like taking a trip back in time, to the heyday of British seaside breaks. Why not take a stroll along the Victorian promenade, inhaling the sea air, and perhaps enjoying a 99 too, or dip your toes in the sand and glittering waters of the Irish Sea while sharing a bag of chips. Later you can return to your hotel, which, like the island, is full of character and will provide you with hearty breakfasts and tasty dinners during your three-night stay.


The Empress Hotel, Central Promenade, Douglas IM2 4RA


Take a trip to a British seaside hotel of yesteryear with a stay in the 3-star The Empress Hotel, a charming hotel set on the promenade overlooking the golden sands and shimmering waters of Douglas Bay.


Upgrade to a superior room with sea views, subject to availability.

Tea coffee making facilities

Food and Drink

Your stay at The Empress Hotel is on a half-board basis. The Empress has a reputation for a warm and friendly welcome complemented by impeccable service and superb food. The first floor Brasserie Restaurant & Piano Bar are ideal places for a relaxing lunch, intimate dinner or afternoon tea. Enjoy amazing views over Douglas Bay from the impressive conservatory that spans the full width of the hotel. Each dish is prepared with the emphasis on flavour and freshness, using quality, locally-sourced ingredients wherever possible. On the lower ground floor is a new restaurant with direct access from the Promenade where you will take breakfast and dinner. If the weather is good you can even take afternoon tea outside in the sea air.

The Empress Hotel
The conservatory bar
A double room