Marine Hotel, TroonThe Marine hotel is a stunning 4 star hotel and spa located on the North Ayrshire coastline next to the Royal Troon Golf Club with breath-taking views over the Isle of Arran, Scotland. 01292 314 444 11am 4 No rates available
Leisure with pool
Public Transport Nearby
The Marine Hotel in Troon is an elegant hotel to stay in with Sea & Golf views
Leisure with pool
Public Transport Nearby
Number of Bedrooms: 89
Parking Spaces: 100
Steps into Hotel: 6
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Marine Hotel Troon is a fantastic luxury hotel offering great coastal breaks with a wonderful location overlooking the 18th hole of Royal Troon golf course and in the heart of Burns Country with stunning views of Arran. So if you want to feel the wind in your hair and smell the sea air then the Marine Hotel Troon is the place to be.
All the bedrooms within the Marine Hotel Troon are modern in design yet sympathetic to the Victorian architecture; classic dark wooden furnishings complete the room. The rooms are light and airy with quality contemporary features including wireless internet access, complimentary refreshment trays, trouser press & hair dryer. The classic white and marble en suite is the perfect place to relax and unwind.
The Truin Restaurant offers a great modern menu with delicious options made from fresh & seasonal ingredients. The restaurant overlooks the golf course, so you can watch golfers chip to the green whilst you eat your chips and greens!
The Marine Hotel Troon offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year. Book easily and securely today with My Hotel Break, and get your next short break off to the perfect start.
The Marine Hotel has 89 en suite bedrooms from Standard to Premier and Deluxe to Suites. Each room has a modern design yet keeping in mid the Victorian architecture. The rooms have high quality features that include Wi-Fi and complimentary refreshments.
The en suite is perfect for relaxing breaks using the complimentary toiletries. The Deluxe, Premier and Suites offer a few added extras as listed below:
The Deluxe double rooms have views overlooking Troon and they have all the amenities as listed above plus bathrobes and complimentary upgraded toiletries.
The Deluxe twin rooms have glorious views of Troon. They also have the same amenities that are listed above including bathrobes and toiletries.
Premium Double Room
The double Premium rooms have wonderful views overlooking Royal Troon. Some of the Premium double rooms offer walk-in showers only.
Premium Single Room
The Premium single rooms have stunning views. The Premium single bedrooms can offer walk-in showers.
Premium Twin Room
The Premium twin’s rooms have beautiful views overlooking Troon.
Suites (ideal for those special breaks away)
The Suites are named after famous golfers that have stayed at the hotel. Each suite offers a unique feature. The bedroom is designed with a modern feel but keeping the Victorian architecture in mind. The bright and airy room with some chairs and a coffee table are included.The marble and white en suite is the best place to unwind and relax using the upgraded toiletries.
Bar & Restaurant
If you can draw yourself away from your luxurious room and comfortable bed then you can enjoy a hearty Scottish Breakfast to get the day off to a dreamy start. Alternatively we do a delicious continental breakfast as well as breakfast classics such as eggs benedict or Scottish smoked salmon and eggs.
• Continental is served from 7:00am
• Full Breakfast is served from 7:00am
• Midweek breakfast is served until 10:00am
• Weekends breakfast is served until 10:30am
Breakfast is served from the early hours so if you have a busy day of meetings or activities planned this will get you off to a great start. You can seize this early opportunity to fuel up on breakfast if you have a conference held in the hotel because it would just be criminal to work on an empty stomach.
Enjoy a relaxing coffee or pre-dinner drink in the Arran Bar. Food is served daily from 12.00pm – 9.30 pm.
Enjoy a relaxing afternoon at the Marine Hotel and take in the breath taking views over Royal Troon golf course and the Isle of Arran.
The afternoon tea is served between midday & 4pm in our Truin Restaurant or Arran Bar and priced at £22 for two people.
Afternoon tea consists of a selection of homemade sandwiches, freshly baked scones with jam and cream and a selection of cakes, served with tea or coffee.
• Monday to Thursday: 12:00pm – 3:00pm & 6pm – 9:00pm
• Friday & Saturday: 12:00pm – 3:00pm & 6pm – 9:30pm
• Sunday: 12pm – 8.30pm
• Afternoon Tea served from 12pm – 4:00pm daily
Sample Dinner Menu
When you want to enjoy a nice dinner after a day out exploring the coastal views or a round of golf then we have the perfect restaurant for you with our A La Carte Menu and mouth-watering dessert menu
The elegant restaurant brings the best of sophisticated dining to the Ayrshire coast. Devoted to keeping things fresh and locally sourced, a seasonally inspired menus is served using local ingredients to bring you a real taste of Scotland. Enjoy delicious seasonal seafood and game dishes that reflect the Scottish heritage. This is a dining experience not to be missed.
The Health & Leisure club is located with the Marine Hotel. Combining the latest in gym technology with a friendly expert service, this is more than just a workout.
Modern fitness suite
Class studio - all classes must be booked at reception
Monday – Friday 6.30am – 10pm
Saturday - Sunday 7.30am – 8pm
For complete relaxation a team of professional therapists is on hand to offer massages and treatments (pre-booking is recommended)
Spa Opening Times:
Monday - Sunday: 9am - 6pm
Directions to Marine Hotel in Troon
From Glasgow take M8 to M77 and then into A77. Continue following the signs for Prestwick Airport then at the roundabout follow the signs for Troon.
From Prestwick Airport:
Turn right at the roundabout outside the airport. Continue over the next roundabout. After 500 yards there's a left turn onto the B749 for Troon. Follow this road all the way and as you come over the railway bridge you will see the Marine hotel - a red sandstone building 500 yards on the left.
From Troon Train Station:
Turn right on to Bentinck Crescent, travel to the end of this road (0.15m), continue straight across the junction and the Barcelo Marine hotel is located on the right hand side.
Hotel Notice Board
*** Spa Treatments are fully booked for March and the beginning of April 2019*** Guests staying on a rate inclusive of dinner will receive a choice of 2 courses from the a la carte menu. Best Available Room Best Room Available - you will be allocated the best available room on check in. Please note that an upgraded room is not guaranteed, unless you have opted to pay the supplement for a guaranteed upgrade. Please refer to Terms and Conditions for full details. ***THERE ARE NO BEDROOMS IN THE HOTEL THAT CAN ACCOMMODATE THREE ADULTS*** Pets are not permitted in the hotel.
Please note that the Marine Hotel is currently under-going refurbishment as part of a multi-million pound upgrade, due to finish June 2020. This should not impact on your stay in any way but should you have any concerns then please do not hesitate to give us a call and we can get the most up to date situation for you.
There are dramatic coastlines, breathtaking scenery and miles of countryside in this West Coast resort for you to explore and experience, not to mention 20 challenging golf courses.
Enjoy the Scottish Grand National and Gold Cup at Ayr Racecourse, explore the Island of Arran and visit the birthplace of Scotland’s national poet at the Burns Centre.
Dean Castle Country Park, covering over 200 acres, boasts beautiful woodland walks, adventure playground, pets corner, visitor centre, tearoom, shop and a fantastic 14th century castle housing world class collection.
Dundonald Castle is in its own renaissance period. The castle has been transformed over the past ten years and more into one of the must visit attractions in Ayrshire. Situated on a hill above the village the castle affords some of the best views of Ayrshire and with the assistance of ferries into Troon and European flights into Prestwick the history of Dundonald Castle is increasingly being carried further afield.