The Royal is a lovely 4* star hotel, with beautiful bedroom suites and all the facilities you could need; the coastal backdrop is the piéce de résistance.
When staying at the Royal you can play the following courses: North Foreland, Walmer and Kingsdown, Prince's, Littlestone, Royal St Georges and Royal Cinque Ports.
The Royal is a great hotel on the Deal coastline, with delightful bedroom suites and a lovely relaxed atmosphere that is typical to Deal.
The Royal has 18 en-suite bedrooms all fully equipped with showers, baths, hair dryers and tea/coffee making facilities. The hotel has a specialist suite for any disabled guests and there is even a four poster bed if you fancy something a little more special. If you choose to upgrade, the Nelson, Lady Hamilton and Wellington rooms all have large balconies overlooking the shingle beach. The nautical décor is superb and has all the modern amenities, including a large television at the end of the bed.
Restaurant & Bars
The Royal Hotel has a specialist seafood restaurant, and you can see why – fresh fish is delivered to the hotel by local fisherman daily with something new. Other produce is sourced locally, so you are getting a real flavour for this coastal part of Kent when you sample this menu. You can grab a bite on the seaside patio and take in the fresh air and stunning view, or there is indoor seating if you fancy a snack or to peruse the restaurant menu. The large bar serves local cask ales to compliment your food, keeping some of its supplies local as well.
Located on the seafront in Deal, Kent.
Did You Know
Winston Churchill once dined here and Lady Hamilton and Lord Nelson were frequent visitors, so this is something special here in Deal.
Deal is a pretty seaside town that has lots to see and do. The Time Ball Tower Museum is dedicated to the historic tower that resides there, once used to pass messages to the Coastal Blockade to prevent smugglers and to enable ship chronometers to be set correctly. There is also a Maritime and Local History Museum to learn more about the town of Deal and it’s maritime past. The pier and Deal Castle are also historic to the area and are nice additions to the area.
There are 2 markets a week, providing fresh produce from local farmers and other goods such as clothes and jewellery; it is a lovely way to spend a few hours and soak up the atmosphere. The pretty high street has a good mix of independent and chain stores if you fancy a bit of shopping. The food here is excellent, with plenty of little places for you to stop and grab a bit to eat. The fresh local produce is a real testament to Deal and caters to a wide range of cuisines and palettes.
Golf courses near to Royal Hotel
Royal Cinque Ports Golf Course
at Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club
A course steeped in history, featuring 66 bunkers and some of the finest greens in England. Often referred to as Deal Golf Club.
Royal St. George's Golf Course
at Royal St George's Golf Club
Blending naturally into the beautiful surroundings, Royal St George’s is a lot more than a links course. Host of the 2020 Open Championship, the course has been home to more majors than any other course in England and it’s easy to see why.
Walmer and Kingsdown Golf Course
at Walmer and Kingsdown Golf Club
Walmer and Kingsdown Golf Course is a challenging cliff top course, designed by James Braid and offers stunning views of the English Channel.
Prince's Golf Course
at The Lodge at Prince's Golf Club
Renowned as the tournament where Gene Sarazen first made use of the sand wedge, this 18-hole par-72 course offers players a real challenge and is ideal for golfers looking to perfect their technique.
North Foreland Golf Course
at North Foreland Golf Club
Measuring 6128 yards, this challenging chalk downland links combines a testing round of golf with breath-taking views of the sea and coastal area. Being over 100 years old, the course is steeped in history, a must play when golfing in Kent.