Crowne Plaza Plymouth Parking
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The Crowne Plaza Plymouth is a 4-star hotel on Armada Way in the town of Plymouth. You’ll find it beside Hoe Park, home to the Smeaton’s Tower lighthouse near the Royal Citadel.
Crowne Plaza is a chain of luxury hotels and resorts across the UK. It is part of the InterContinental Hotels Group, which operates in nearly 100 countries, with around 118,00 bedrooms across 3,600 hotels. There are around 400 Crowne Plaza hotels spread over 65 countries.
Plymouth is a city on the south coast of Devon home to around 262,100 residents. Because of its coastal location, it has a long maritime history. Each August, the town hosts the British Firework Championships over the Plymouth Sound. It also hosts the oldest regatta in the world, the Port of Plymouth Regatta, which dates all the way back to 1823. And, in 2011, the town hosted the America's Cup World Series. Plymouth is also home to the Mayflower Steps, which commemorates the pilgrims that left Plymouth on the Mayflower in 1620 to sail to America.
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Crowne Plaza Plymouth Parking Statistics
4.7 out of 5 stars
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Parking at Crowne Plaza Plymouth
Crowne Plaza Plymouth has on-site parking available for £10.00 per car per day. There is a height restriction of 1.8 metres, and there is an outside overflow car park available too.
If you don’t want to park at the hotel, there are plenty of other options for Crowne Plaza Plymouth parking. The council operates over 50 car parks and more than 5,200 parking spaces across the city.
On-street parking is paid for using pay and display machines. The cost of this parking varies depending on which zone you’re in, and this information will be displayed on the parking machine.
Off-street parking is available at the following locations:
- Bretonside (B) car park
- Bretonside (C) car park
- Colin Campbell Court car park
- Courtenay Street car park
- Derry's Cross car park
- Elphinstone car park
- Exchange Street car park
- Guildhall car park
- Marks & Spencer car park
- Martin Street car park
- Mayflower House Court car park
- Mayflower Street East car park
- Mayflower Street West car park
- Meavy Way car park
- Mutley Barracks car park
- Napier Terrace car park
- North Hill car park
- Pavilions car park
- Plymouth City Market car park
- Plymstock Broadway car park
- Regent Street car park
- St Andrew Street/Whimple Street car park
- Strand Street car park
- Theatre Royal car park
- Western Approach car park
- Woolworth East car park
- Woolworth West car park
Charges and time limits vary between car parks, so be sure to take note of the restrictions and cost of parks when you arrive.
Motorcycles can park for free in any on-street pay and display parking machine, however, you must not stay longer than the maximum time permitted. There is designated motorcycle parking in the following locations:
- Alton Place
- Armada Way
- Cornwall Street
- Guildhall Square
- Hoe Road
- Lockyer Street
- Madeira Road
- Princess Street
You must not park motorcycles or mopeds in bicycle racks.
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Prysten House is the oldest surviving building in Plymouth, dating all the way back to around 1498. It is a Grade I listed building owned by the Plymouth City Council. Until 2015, it operated as a museum, but the restaurant is still open today.
The Royal Citadel is a fortress built in the 17th century to defend the coastline, and is still used as a military establishment to this day. Since this is an operational military establishment, you can only access the citadel through a guided tour. With security checks, the tour will take about 2 hours and cost £10 per person. Please make sure to bring photo ID, and note that no dogs (other than service dogs), large bags, sealed liquids over 100ml, or unsealed liquids of any size are permitted on site.
The Mayflower Steps can be found near the Mayflower Museum, and these commemorate the pilgrims that left on the Mayflower in 1620 to sail to America. The actual steps don’t exist anymore, however, there is a granite block where they are thought to have been, as well as a commemorative portico that was built in 1934.
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By Train: The Plymouth train station is a 17-minute walk from the Crowne Plaza Plymouth and services the CrossCountry and GWR lines.
By Bus: There are several bus lines that run through Plymouth, including 2, 2A, 11, 12, 12A, 13, 16, 25, 33, 34, 43, 50, and 70, 70A, 70B, 72 and 85.
By Ferry: The Plymouth ferry terminal is a 20-minute walk from the Crowne Plaza Plymouth.
Disabled Parking at Crowne Plaza Plymouth
Blue badge holders have the following restrictions for on-street parking:
- Yellow lines: for 3 hours or less (with a badge and clock)
- Resident bays: for 3 hours or less (with a badge and clock)
- Disabled bays: for an unlimited time unless roadside signs show time limits
- Pay and display bays: for an unlimited time and free of charge
In off-street parking, charges still apply for blue badge holders, however, you can park for an extra hour after your ticket expires.
If you regularly use council car parks, you can apply for an accessibility permit that allows blue badge holders to park for free in all council parks except Mayflower East, Regent Street, Theatre Royal and Western Approach.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to the Crowne Plaza Plymouth, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
There are electric charging stations available throughout Plymouth. Free stations can be found at the following locations:
- Cumberland Centre, available 24 hours, free parking (7kw)
- Mount Gould Hospital, available 24 hours, free parking (22kw)
- Thornberry Centre, available 24 hours, free parking (7kw)
There are also charging stations that cost £1 an hour to use. Please note that if you leave your car at these after it has finished charging, you will still have to pay for the time spent there. These stations are available at the following locations:
- City College Plymouth, available 6am to 11pm, free parking (7kw)
- Coypool park and ride, available 6.30am to 7.30pm, free parking (7kw)
- Duke Street car park, available 24 hours, free parking (7kw)
- Milehouse park and ride, available 24 hours, free parking (7kw)
- Mutley Plain car park, available 24 hours, cost for parking 8am to 6pm, free parking overnight (7kw)
- Plymouth Coach Station and Mayflower Street West car park (7kw)
- Plymouth Life Centre, available 24 hours, free parking (7kw)
- Regent Street car park, available 6am to midnight, cost for parking (7kw)
- The George park and ride, available 24 hours, free parking (7kw)
- Theatre Royal car park, available 6am to midnight, cost for parking (7kw)
- Western Approach car park, available 6am to midnight, cost for parking (22kw)
- Derriford Hospital Bircham Park car park (level 3), available 24 hours, cost for parking (7kw)
Electric vehicle owners can claim up to 75% off the total capital cost to have an electric charger installed, up to £500.
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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What is the Crowne Plaza Plymouth?
The Crowne Plaza Plymouth is a 4-star luxury hotel located near Hoe Park in Plymouth.
What is there to do in Plymouth?
You can enjoy stunning views of Plymouth Sound sound from Hoe Park, and then visit the lighthouse.
Can I visit the Royal Citadel?
Yes, however since the citadel is an active military establishment, you can only see it through a guided tour which you have to book at least 24 hours in advance. Please note that tours may be suspended or cancelled without notice at any time. You cannot join the tour if you are late, and you cannot leave the tour once it has started. Children under 7 are also not permitted. You must bring photo ID which matches the name on your ticket, and all bags will be searched when you arrive.
What are the Mayflower steps?
They’re the point where the pilgrims set sail to go to America in 1620. The actual steps don’t exist anymore, however, you’ll find a memorial for them near the Mayflower Museum on The Barbican.
Latest Crowne Plaza Plymouth parking reviews
Great location for the aquarium. Liked being able to pay in advanceClaire
Space was great, nice and secluded from any roads. The owner was extremely helpful, quick to reply and flexible with questions or requests I made. Would highly recommend to anyone, especially students.Rory
Simple to find. Very centrally located and well lit parking garageHal
its easy to fine a space as i am local to the area ,no i did not see the owner.yes i can recommend this parking.Alison
Found the car park easily enough, plenty of free spaces. Used Sainsburys to pick up snacks for our onward train journey into Cornwall. 5 minute walk to nearby Plymouth Train Station. Highly recommendPaul
Easy to find a space, cheaper than paying on arrivalBeverley