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This smart 3-star hotel sits close to the city centre, within walking distance of the beach. You can make the most of the hotel’s indoor pool, gym, spa, sauna and hot tub. You can fill up on a buffet breakfast each morning and choose from a traditional menu in the restaurant. Smart en-suite rooms come with tea and coffee making facilities and satellite TV.
Nestled in the quiet wooded area of Alum Chine, the Riviera Hotel & Holiday Apartments offer 3-star accommodation just a short walk from Bournemouth’s blue flag beaches. This traditional English seaside hotel offers panoramic views of the bay, as well as a spa and large outdoor pool. Comfortable, air-conditioned rooms are fitted with flatscreen TV, DVD player and internet connection. Begin your day with a hearty breakfast and end it with a meal in the on-site Cunarder Conservatory Restaurant.
Overlooking the sea, the 4-star Park Central Hotel is found within a period building, close to Bournemouth’s desirable beaches, and next door to the Bournemouth International Centre, making it a great choice for catching a show. The hotel has a contemporary style interior and has is home to two AA Rosette awarded Crab Restaurant. The hotel's rooms are individually designed, but all have flat-screen TVs, Egyptian cotton linens, internet access and private bathrooms with complimentary toiletries.
This smart 3-star hotel near Bournemouth’s stunning beaches is only a short walk from the vibrant town centre. You can unwind using the hotel’s fantastic spa facilities including steam room, sauna, spa bath and treatments; and there’s an indoor pool, gym, lounge bar and award-winning restaurant onsite. Meanwhile, en-suite rooms come with digital TV and tea and coffee facilities.
Cheap Hotels in Bournemouth
Moments away from East Cliff beach and a short walk from Bournemouth pier, the 3-star Britannia Heathlands is the ideal location for seaside trips. This modern hotel overlooks elegant landscaped gardens, and its cosy guestrooms come equipped with TVs, tea and coffee and en-suite bathrooms. Popular for conferences as well as holidays, the hotel has a large number of meeting rooms and wi-fi. Dine in the Pavilion Restaurant before heading to Bournemouth’s beaches.
The comfortable 2-star Russell Court Hotel is in the perfect setting for a relaxing trip to Bournemouth. The shops, bars and restaurants of the town centre are close by, while the famous sandy beaches and the town’s cultural hotspots including the theatres, casino and Bournemouth International Centre are within easy reach. Enjoy a drink in the bar, dine in the restaurant or relax in the thoughtfully designed guestrooms, each complete with TV.
Set on a quiet leafy street, just steps away from the shops, eateries and bars of Bournemouth town centre, Carrington House Hotel has everything for a great break. The famous Bournemouth beaches are just a short walk away, there are kid’s activities at the hotel for families and pets are welcome too. Host a meeting in fully equipped meeting rooms, relax in the bar or restaurant, kick back in the indoor pool or catch up on free high speed wi-fi.
With the picturesque countryside of the New Forest, the striking East Cliff beach and the bustle of Bournemouth town centre all within easy reach, the 3-star Britannia Bournemouth Hotel is perfect for both business and leisure trips. Modern and comfortable, there’s a cosy on-site restaurant and bar, a high-tech business centre and a health club with pool and sauna. Free high-speed wi-fi is available for all guests.
A comfortable hotel moments’ walk from Bournemouth’s main hotspots, the Britannia Roundhouse is in the perfect place for exploring the city sights, whether that’s the award-winning beaches, the theatres or restaurants. Big on comfort, the great facilities include a fully-equipped business centre, a bar and restaurant and free Wi-Fi in public areas.
Situated on East Cliff, overlooking Bournemouth Bay, the 3-star Suncliff Hotel is an easy walk from beaches, award-winning gardens, and the town centre. Its leisure complex has a heated indoor pool, mini gym, sauna, day spa, and squash court, as well as a restaurant, bar, lounge and traditional English pub with various events throughout the week. The Suncliff’s rooms all have a private bathroom, TV, hairdryer and free Wi-Fi.
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The grade II listed, 4-star The Royal Bath Hotel by Britannia, was Bournemouth’s first hotel. Overlooking the beach, it’s only a short walk from Bournemouth Pier. You can enjoy fine dining at Oscar’s restaurant, grab a snack at Café Promenade, or relax in the spa with its swimming pool, sauna, hot tub, terrace and gym. The classic rooms have satellite TVs, en-suite bathrooms, and free wifi to keep you connected.
Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
This 3-star Georgian hotel is a short walk away from Bournemouth Pier. The smart interior includes a sauna and steam room, indoor swimming pool, a gym, a bar, and a restaurant offering evening dining. Rooms feature free wifi, private bathrooms, a work desk, and tea and coffee making facilities.
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Hotels in Bournemouth
Sitting on the south-coast, 90 miles from London, Bournemouth was a favourite spa resort of the Victorians and, thanks to its sweeping coastline and a particularly warm micro-climate, it's just as pleasant a spot to visit today.
Many cheap hotels in Bournemouth are right by the sea, meaning that you can take in the magnificence of the town's seven miles of sandy beach and dramatic cliff faces in comfort. And if you venture a little further out of town, you'll find yourself among the natural wonders of the Jurassic Coast, a 95-mile long stretch of beach that's full of fossils and peculiar rock formations, including the picture-postcard Durdle Door in nearby Lulworth.
As you'd expect of a town with such a rich history of tourism, the staff at the hotels in Bournemouth are able to point you in the direction of the best local attractions. Oceanarium, the town's aquarium, has won plenty of awards for its charming, impressive and occasionally terrifying sealife, and the residents of the primate rescue centre at Monkeyworld are full of character.
It may not be California, but the sparkling waters around the town have attracted their own thriving surf culture, and there are several surf schools in the area. Also the Boscombe Coastal Activity Park offers a range of activities that'll suit all ages and abilities, including bodyboarding, snorkelling and yoga on the beach.
Green and pleasant
With more than 2000 acres of parks and gardens, the town has a particularly lush and tranquil feel, and with many cheap Bournemouth hotels sitting within leafy grounds, you can look forward to a peaceful stay. The Upper, Lower and Central Gardens are all Grade 2 listed Victorian parks, with plenty to see and do, while the cliff-side tropical garden at Alum Chine is a fun spot to get lost in.
There's plenty to see in the attractive county of Dorset, including the cultural venues of Poole and world-famous sailing of Weymouth and Portland Harbour. And with excellent transport links throughout the region, your Bournemouth hotel is the ideal starting point for exploring the beautiful New Forest National Park. Perhaps somewhat misleadingly named, the forest actually dates back to the time of William the Conqueror, but its unspoilt woodland, charming tea rooms and native ponies, as well as attractions like the motoring museum at Bealieu, are bound to enchant.
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