The rooms were very small in size for the amount of money charged. Not much moving space for 2. Carpets were stained and dirty feeling. Very small window. Claustrophobic experience. I loved the TV size as it was like a cinema in comparison to the room's size. The bathroom was of a good size.
Traveller from London
Situated in the business district, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Littledown Sports Center and Altitude High …More
"Very smart hotel, close to town centre and beach. "
Booked one of their refurbished rooms (they are 104, 204 and 304) for three nights in September 2017. Very pleasant with a sea view. I requested in advance to have a small fridge placed in the room. This was done and the fridge was there when we arrived. The bar staff were very friendly and the restaurant food was excellent and the staff matched that.
Traveller from Surrey
Situated near the beach, this spa hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum, Bournemouth …More
Comfortable room on second floor with good bed linen, but water pressure in cold tap not sufficient. Plumber came to look at it, but did nothing to improve it - should really sort this out as it made washing difficult. Had nice dinner, but slightly spoilt by member of staff having a coughing fit in the function room next door. We had to ask for the dividing curtain to be closed so that we did not have to share this while eating our dinner- which the waitress did only very reluctantly !
Traveller from Oxford
Situated on the waterfront, this boutique hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Bournemouth Natural Science Society, Bournemouth …More
"Cheap, cheerful and got a quiet room as requested"
I got a good deal on my 3 night midweek stay (in November).
Lovely location, very welcoming and helpful staff making sure I had a quiet room (330).
I would come back again, off season and midweek if got a good price again. The hotel was quite busy but as most guests seemed to be with coach parties, there was enough parking. I wouldn't want to chance it in warmer months as I imagine parking would be a problem. Reception staff informed me I could park at the sister hotels either side if needed to, but not much space there either.
The room was fine for me on my own, it was clean and basic. But it was on the cramped side and pillows very flat and the double glazing needed some repair.
Traveller from Berkshire
Situated in Bournemouth, this beach hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum and 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.