Picked this hotel as it is outside central Bournemouth and so does not have parking problems - but is only 10 mins from the pier. We went specifically to see Frankie Valli in concert and to mosey round Bournemouth next day. Hotel is modern - you check yourself in etc and was certainly less expensive than Hilton or Q where we often stay on short trips. Restaurant is a bit limited in its menu (if you are not a steak lover) and on the expensive side. Club room on 4th floor was very quiet.
Traveller from Bromley, Kent
Located in Holdenhurst, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Littledown Sports Center and Altitude High Ropes …More
Staff at this hotel were excellent and the food was also first rate. A good location for the beach and some great leisure facilities. Room was clean, as was the bathroom and room was comfortable. Parking would be an issue in high season.
Traveller from London
With direct access to the beach, this Bournemouth hotel is in the city center and within a 10-minute walk of Oceanarium …More
The hotel was very comfortable and facilities were excellent. Self service breakfast was lovely. Nice pool and pretty sunbathing area. Very helpful staff whon made every effort to ensure stayou was enjoyable.
Traveller from Buckinghamshire
Situated near the beach, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of The Square and Bournemouth International Centre …More
We stayed overnight as we were going to see a concert at NIC, perfectly placed with everything a few minutes walk away.
Haven't got a bad thing to say about this hotel. Room lovely, staff lovely and the breakfast was perfect. I would highly recommend.
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Genting Casino Bournemouth and Bournemouth International …More
Voted “the happiest place in the UK” in a 2007 poll, Bournemouth is a rapidly growing coastal resort town, with 11 km of sandy beaches. A vibrant town center, picturesque gardens, and sightseeing cruises from Bournemouth Pier add to its appeal. Robert Louis Stevenson wrote The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde here, and the town figures prominently in many of Thomas Hardy’s classic novels.