Hotel outside of town, in front of the hospital and bus stop. The room has a big tv and a coffee marker but I couldn't just get hot water. Very confortable room and bathroom. Breakfast was good. Quick check-in/out. Didn't use the rest of facilites.
Situated in the business district, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Littledown Sports Center and Altitude High …More
I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone who visits Bournemouth, especially if you're partial to a bit of chocolate. The staff were very helpful and accommodating, and the room was clean and comfortable. We stayed at the rear of the property, and so our window overlooked the peaceful greenery at the back of the hotel.
Along with off road parking (which is a definite bonus especially during Bournemouth's VERY busy holiday season) and free WiFi, we had breakfast included with our stay, and this includes a wide selection of coffees, teas, juices, cereals, fresh fruits, and yoghurts, as well as your choice from the menu of a hot breakfast. You do get a sense that the chocolate DOES chocolate, from the chocolate making classes, chocolate influenced room names, to the pots of chocolate buttons that greet you as you enter the lobby.
In terms of the location, it's ideally placed: Bournemouth town centre is less than a ten minute walk away, passing a good selection of cafes, bars, and restaurants along the way; and Bournemouth beach and pier is about a ten-fifteen minute walk away (depending on which route you take).
Traveller from Uxbridge
Situated in Bournemouth, this bed & breakfast is within a 15-minute walk of The Square, Bournemouth International Centre, and …More
This is a lovely hotel in a good position overlooking the sea and close to the centre of the town.
We were fortunate to have a room with a sea view overlooking the gardens. I would recommend
this hotel with good facilities and pleasant and helpful staff. My only criticisms are that the room
could have been cleaner and secondly the evening menu was very limited in choice. That said
I would not hesitate to stay there again.
Traveller from Sandwich, Kent
Situated near the beach, this spa hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum, Bournemouth …More
We booked a sea view room for a very,very good price and never having been to this particular hotel I did not know if the price would be reflected in the room we got, not so when we arrived to find we had been allocated a sea view with a balcony we were extremely pleased. The view was really good you could see from Old Harry to the Isle of Wight, shame it rained so much so we did not get to sit out but the room was very good never the less. We had a twin room and the beds were very comfortable for me. I have the Princess and the Peas syndrome and suffer with anything like a near firm mattress (I hate the memory foam beds at Premier Inn) so I was pleasantly surprised to get a good night's sleep without waking up with an aching back. The staff were friendly and very helpful so all in all a good stay so this is firmly on my list for future visits.
Thanks and see you soon!
Traveller from Hertfordshire
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Bournemouth Natural Science Society, Bournemouth Beach, and …More
Obviously once a grand place in its time but a dated tired Lady now however, anyone with an ounce of imagination and wonder would see it for what it was and realise why they are getting it for such a good rate now. I took advantage of that and went with my eyes open. I will be returning before some outside company comes in, refurbs and triples the price. Breakfast, something for everyone, good big breakfast room. Book early for good priced spa treatments. Location and Gardens very good. Car park is 100 yards. 200yrds to Pavilion where we saw Imelda May.
Traveller from West Sussex
Situated near the beach, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum, Bournemouth …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.