The Rainbow International Hotel is in the heart of Torquay, opposite the Riviera Centre on the sunny English Riviera. It’s just a few minutes walk from Torquay’s award winning beaches, sparkling blue sea and all that Torquay has to offer.
The hotel comprises of 140 well-appointed en-suite bedrooms each with TV, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities.
The restaurant caters for those who love to indulge in traditional cuisine with a touch of continental flair. Help yourself to soups, juices and a variety of meat and fish dishes with an imaginative vegetarian option, plus a mouth-watering array of homemade traditional puddings, cheesecakes, gateaux, trifles, fruits and cheeses.
After a long day on the beach or enjoying some of the many attractions in the Torbay area, guests can enjoy free entertainment to suit all ages on most evenings of the year, including bingo, quizzes, highly professional cabarets and dancing. Guests will also have discounted entry into ‘Club Rainbow’ – the biggest and best night-spot in town, with disco and seasonal entertainment till late.
At the Torquay Rainbow you can keep in trim with use of their indoor pool and multi-gym. You may also top-up your tan on a sunbed or relax in the steam room.More Information Check Availability Ask a Question
“Queen of the Riviera”, Torquay has been one of the UK’s top holiday destinations since Victorian Times, when the gentry promenaded, bathing huts were wheeled down the beaches and top socialites had charming villas overlooking the sea. It was the Victorians who first used the Riviera name to describe their favourite resort and their legacy remains to this day with beautiful gardens around the seafront and elegant Victorian facades along the main streets. Torquay’s Waterfront is the focus of life in the town.
Here you’ll find the palm-lined promenade, seafront gardens, a lively harbour and an international marina. Living Coasts Wildlife Attraction is a new centre piece and around is a growing promenade of stylish cafes and restaurants. Yet within minutes of the town centre there are beautiful beaches easily accessible by foot, road or water. If you have a few hours to fill then there are attractions to suit every interest: from ancient evidence of cavemen at Kent’s Cavern to modern day amusement in miniature at Babbacombe Model Village.
A very cosmopolitan resort but one with a fascinating heritage. Agatha Christie lived here and the town is full of reminders of her prolific work and colourful life.