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Royal Fleet Club
9-12 Morice Square


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The Royal Fleet Club is a 50 bedroom hotel located in Devonport, Plymouth, that boasts two ballrooms. Also includes public rooms, residents lounge, restaurant serving breakfast and evening meals and several bars.

There are bedrooms to suit all requirements, these include Single, Double, Twin and Family rooms which are all en-suite with televisions and tea & coffee making facilities. Due to its central location, the Royal Fleet Club is only a few minutes car journey from Plymouth City Centre, Plymouths historic waterfront, including the Mayflower Steps and Elizabethan Barbican, the Brittany Ferries terminal to Europe, the coach and train stations, Plymouth Argyles' Stadium - Home Park, Plymouth Airport and Tamar Ferry which gives access to Cornwall, hms Raleigh and the Scylla diving reef in Whitsand Bay. We are an affiliated 'Friend of Scylla' and are perfectly situated to offer our facilities to divers wishing to dive Scylla.

The Royal Fleet Club is also an ideal venue to hold any function, conference, reunion or wedding reception as it provides excellent value, good service from friendly, welcoming and experienced staff and provides the perfect ambience to suit all occasions. With Naval connections dating back to 1853, this historic Plymouth hotel also has very strong Naval links, and this history and tradition still remain in place.

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