Staff friendly, breakfast good, but didn't keep topped up. Coffee terrible. Some parts of the lounge smelt musty, obviously have some water leak problems. The outside space and garage could do with a good sweep etc. Excellent location.
Traveller from UK
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Genting Casino Bournemouth and Bournemouth International …More
We had a 2 night stay at the hotel and it was perfect for our needs. The room was spacious and clean and the staff were very helpful. The hotel is situated on the outskirts of Bournemouth near the hospital but we found the bus services excellent and very good value for money We seemed to pay £2.40 each wherever we went whether it was to town or Poole Quay. The only minor thing was because we booked through Expedia and not direct with the hotel we would have had to pay £5.00 each to use the pool and leisure facilities. I would have thought that this should be free to all residents. Although it didn't effect our stay because the pool was out of use anyway. We didn't eat at the hotel so unable to comment on the food.
Traveller from bedfordshire
Situated in the business district, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Littledown Sports Center and Altitude High …More
Very nice and tasty breakfast and nice waitresses, great location- close to the beach, lovely dining and bar area, nice room (air condition could be clean but apart from this room clean, very nice bathroom). Breakfast area could be more private (tables very close each other but for breakfast was ok, for dinner would prefer to eat in more privacy but in overall really nice decoration and clean). I would recommend to anyone and if be again in Bournemouth I will definitely choose this hotel again.
Traveller from Birmingham
Situated in Bournemouth, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum, Bournemouth …More
The water pressure! After reading other reviews it seems to affect all floors. We couldn't take a shower in our room as the water was no better than a dribble, this really needs to be addressed. Apart from that all else would be highly recommended.
Traveller from midlands
Situated near the beach, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of The Square and Bournemouth International Centre …More
The restaurant lounge and bar are all well refurbished and have a certain style we liked a lot. Food was good. Pool looked good with space for sun loungers and tables/chairs for a snack or drink. The issues I have are: one tiny lift - we took the stairs to 3rd floor rather than wait; bedroom looked dated and in some cases in need of improvement although everything worked OK and ours had plenty of room (sea view side); mattresses not the best; parking is a challenge although we usually found space in the next door hotels which are part of the same group.
Overall we enjoyed our stay and might return but would probably try another one next time to compare.
Traveller from Hertfordshire
Located in the heart of Bournemouth, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum, Bournemouth …More
very pleased with our stay, staff very friendly and helpful had one small issue with plug in bathroom but that was soon sorted, adapted room was great plenty of room for wheelchair also the bathroom was very accessible, the other slight let down was had to enter hotel through the back way as lift in the front was not working, pleased though to see they had one, would certainly use this hotel again, breakfast was very good, such a choice to suit all tastes and well cooked too, staff again staff very helpful, easy to get into town centre though not suitable to walk back with standard wheelchair as very steep hills, this was overcome by using the lift up from the beach.
Traveller from Milton Keynes
Located in the heart of Bournemouth, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Bournemouth International Centre and …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.