Located on the South Ayrshire coastline a stone’s throw away from the Royal Troon Golf Club, the stunning 4 star hotel offers breath-taking views over the Isle of Arran. The Marine Hotel promises to deliver an elegant and comfortable experience to their guests through the impressive range of facilities and assortment of luxurious rooms, their exceptional sea view suites in particular. The impressive leisure club and spa has spectacular views across the Firth of Clyde from the swimming pool. The Marine Hotel makes the perfect venue for celebrations and their range of event and function facilities is fit to suit every type of occasion.MORE ABOUT THE HOTEL
This property is 12 minutes walk from the beach. The 4-star Marine Hotel is a grand building with magnificent views over the Firth of Clyde towards the Isle of Arran, overlooking Royal Troon Golf Course. The hotel boasts a wealth of leisure and fitness facilities, including a modern fitness suite, sauna, spa bath, steam room, indoor pool and beauty salon.
All bedrooms offer en-suite facilities and are elegantly designed. Some boast views of Royal Troon. Wireless internet access and parking are free of charge to hotel guests. With stunning views out to sea, The Marine Hotel's restaurant hosts The Truin Restaurant. It is open daily, for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Dishes are prepared using locally sourced produce. Also featuring magnificent vies, The Arran Bar Lounge offers light snacks and drinks from the lounge menu throughout the day.
Glasgow is just 30 minutes' drive away and Ayr is a 10-minute drive. Within a 15-minute drive, guests can reach Culzean Castle and Country Park or Robert Burn's birthplace. The area surrounding The Marine Hotel offers premium golf courses and Ayr Racecourse. The Celtic and Rangers Football Clubs are within a 30-minute drive.
Prestwick is the birthplace of the Open Championship after it hosted the inaugural tournament in 1860. Seven of the original twelve greens used in the 1860 Open Championship are still in use and the course, on a day when the wind and rain gets up, provides the stiffest of golfing challenges. The course is a ten-minute drive from Marine Hotel Troon and is a must-visit for golfing historians.
Royal Troon has two fabulous courses, the Old Course and the Portland Course. The Old Course is the most famous of the two and is a traditional out and back links course, rated amongst the best in the world due to sheer challenge of the course itself coupled with the picturesque views.
The reason why Royal Troon is world renowned is because it has been selected to host the prestigious Open Championship nine times in the past and most recently hosted the tournament in 2016, won by Henrik Stenson.