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Thread: 141 bedroom Palace Hotel, Torquay (5 min recce, MUST go back soon!)

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    This is being demolished now.

    https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon...rquays-4051582

    And it's quite sad that its old website is still online, showing it in all its former glory...

    ? THE PALACE HOTEL ? TORQUAY ? 4? UNITED KINGDOM ? RATES FROM £156


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    Fluffy, I live in Coventry and am very interested in seeing these sorts of buildings.

    I have stayed at the Palace Hotel so know a little about it's past.

    Please get in touch :) Dave,

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    Quote Originally Posted by sooty1604 View Post
    Fluffy, I live in Coventry and am very interested in seeing these sorts of buildings.

    I have stayed at the Palace Hotel so know a little about it's past.

    Please get in touch :) Dave,
    But its being demolished, nothing to see except for a mound of rubble.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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