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The Royal Hotel is a refined, elegant historic jewel and has been a destination for the discerning traveller for more than 180 years.

Built in 1832, The Royal is one of the oldest hotels on the island and shares the rare privilege of being one of only 30 establishments to be listed in every Michelin Guide since it was first published in 1911. 

The Royal was also the first hotel on the island to achieve Four AA Stars and has held 2 AA rosettes for excellent food for over 18 years.


For a limited period only. We are offering these six-course tasting menus, featuring I.O.W farmers and food producers at £50 pp.

Enjoy the Best of what The Royal has to offer!

This offer includes a soothing massage in our treatment room, a mouthwatering 6 course dinner and afternoon tea during your stay and a bottle of Champagne in your room on arrival.

June and July from £650

This offer is based upon 2 persons sharing and includes:

  • Two night stay in a classic room
  • Full English breakfast each morning
  • A relaxing 30 minute massage each in the Royal Treatment Room (OR a 60 minute massage for 1 person)
  • 6 course tasting menu on one evening
  • Royal Afternoon Tea on one afternoon
  • Return car ferry from Southampton with Red Funnel Ferries

15% off ferry inclusive breaks of 2 nights or more in June and July

  • Full English breakfast
  • 3 course table d'hôte dinner
  • Return car ferry from Southampton with Red Funnel Ferries

Royal Events

Throughout the year The Royal plays host to a wide range of spectacular events. If you are interested in using the facilities at The Royal for your events, please Contact Us.

Field to Fine Food

22nd–29th May, you can sample a garlic-themed tasting menu, featuring different varieties of this popular superfood, including Elephant Garlic and Black Garlic, sourced from The Garlic Farm in Newchurch.

The Queen's 90th Birthday Tea Party

Please join us in celebrating the Queen’s 90th Birthday Tea Party here at The Royal Hotel on Saturday 11th June 2016, 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm.