Hotel de Paris, Cromer

Your Hotel

Built in 1820, the Hotel de Paris is a stunning Regency period building, occupying the finest position on Cromer seafront and boasting stunning views of the resort and Cromer pier. One of the only places in the UK where you can watch the sun set and rise from the same bench directly outside the hotel, the hotel is steeped with Character and period features.  Cromer has grown into a bustling holiday resort with superb sunshine records and is famous for its vast sandy beaches, delicious Cromer Crab and cuisine and plenty of attractions. The resort itself boasts, Cromer Pier, the Pavillion Theatre, many boutique independent shops and a historic parish church. With the Norfolk Broads, Sandringham and the famous Thursford spectacular just a short drive away, Cromer provides the ideal base to explore the local area.  The hotel has a warm and welcoming bar and lounge area, restaurant and a lift serving all floors. Free hotel parking is available directly outside the hotel.

  • Featuring 67 bedrooms, many with spectacular view of the resort and Cromer Pier
  • Free WiFi available in the public areas and bedrooms
  • All rooms are en-suite, centrally heated and include tea and coffee making facilities, Freeview TV and radio and a hairdryer
  • Ironing facilities are available on request
Dining and Entertainment
Dining and Entertainment
  • Breakfast: Freshly cooked full English Breakfast served at your table.  Take your pick from freshly cooked bacon, sausages, fluffy hash browns, eggs cooked just the way you like them and more. We also offer continental options, with fruit, cereals and yoghurt.
  • Dinner: Three course freshly cooked menu with vegetarian and vegan options served at your table, featuring many British Classics and with tea and coffee to finish.
  • On arrival, you will be allocated a reserved time for the duration of your stay. If you wish to vary this time, please speak with your Restaurant team. Restaurant times may vary on departure and arrival days – full details available from Reception.
  • Special Diets: We can cater for most dietary requirements, please advise us when you book so we can ensure we can meet your needs.
  • Cosy, welcoming bar lounge with a large selection of drinks available
  • Delightful restaurant with small dance floor 
  • Entertainment most evenings

Home to a lifeboat station and Pavilion Theatre, Cromer is the perfect place for a holiday any time of the year. The Norfolk countryside with its leafy lanes and flint cottages is a delight and you are never far away from the remarkable Norfolk Broads.
Your Resort
Your Resort

Cromer was once a small fishing village (it is still famous for its crabs) but in the Victorian period it was patronised by royalty and became a distinctly upper class holiday resort. Today, it is full of character with narrow, twisting streets and a lovely promenade overlooking its predominantly sandy beach. Colourful gardens offer quiet relaxation but if you are feeling energetic there are leisure facilities including bowling greens, tennis courts, squash and golf. The famous Pier Pavilion puts on a unique summer show. The Norfolk countryside with its leafy lanes and flint cottages is a delight and you are never far away from the remarkable Norfolk Broads.


Cromer's sand and shingle beach is popular with both bathers and surfers and offers clean waters and safe bathing. The pretty gardens along the cliff are well stocked and also feature pitch and putt and the bowling green.

The quaint narrow streets are home to some delightfully atmospheric pubs and the many shops sell all manner of goods, from household items to the delicious Cromer crabs for which the town is well known.

Sandringham House and Gardens Cromer Pier Blickling Hall Norwich Cathedral

Where to find us

Hotel de Paris

High Street, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9HG

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01263 513141

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