Plymouth Pavillion (Plymouth) Reviews
Description:Sporting, leisure complex. Millbay Road, Plymouth PL13LF tel: +44(0)1752 222200.
Newest Review: ... skating and a modern concert and conference centre. Built in the early 1990s, it was beginning to look a little under maintained but a recent face lift has ensured it will remain a jewel in Plymouth's crown for many years to come. The harsh concrete exterior looks drab from the carpark to the rear but from the front of the building the smoked glass panels and flumes that wind there way ... more
Customer Plymouth Pavillion (Plymouth) Reviews (3)
by - written on 23/11/03, updated on 09/04/05 (Very useful, 2129 readings)
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by - written on 12/07/01, updated on 26/03/03 (Very useful, 1061 readings)
The pavilions was built in the early 90?s in the heart of the city, this leisure complex is divided into three main attractions, the Swiss ice rink, the Atlantis swimming pool and the arena. It also houses other facilities, which include meeting rooms, café area, a shop and a gym. The first of the three main attractions to this complex is the ice rink. The ring itself isn?t a full size ring (i.e. ice hockey size) but smaller and in a shape of kidney. It has sessions set out for the public if you want to go and have some fun with friends or there are also private sessions for ice skating lessons and ice hockey that have been quite successful. They have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/02/01, updated on 12/02/01 (Very useful, 295 readings)
A leisure complex situated in the middle of Plymouth city centre. Recently built it combines leisure activities and theatre; it promises to be an exciting day out for all of the family. The Pavillions is a beautiful modern building; constructed in 1993 it is full of modern architecture and modern conveniences. The building itself is rounded in appearance, and fits well into the chosen location. How do I get there? On foot, or by car, from the city centre it takes less than a minute. Millbay Road is a well-known area of town, and you should have no problem spotting the new circular building. Parking? Be warned, this area is pay ... Read the complete review
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