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Located in Bournemouth City Centre, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum, Bournemouth Beach, and Bournemouth International ...
£24 per night for 2 guestsRoyal Bath Hotel & Spa Bournemouth£24
Located in Bournemouth City Centre, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Genting Casino Bournemouth and Bournemouth International Centre. Bournemouth Beach ...
£54 per night for 2 guestsThe Norfolk Royale Hotel£54
Located in Bournemouth City Centre, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Bournemouth Beach and Bournemouth International Centre. Alum Chine Beach ...
£29 per night for 2 guestsBournemouth West Cliff Hotel£29
Located in Bournemouth City Centre, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum and Bournemouth Beach. Bournemouth International ...
£21 per night for 2 guestsSuncliff Hotel - OCEANA COLLECTION£21
Located in Bournemouth City Centre, this spa hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum and Bournemouth Beach. Bournemouth International ...
£38 per night for 2 guestsThe Cumberland Hotel - OCEANA COLLECTION£38
Situated near the beach, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Alum Chine Beach, Bournemouth Beach, and Bournemouth International Centre. The Square and ...
£41 per night for 2 guestsThe Durley Dean Hotel£41
Bournemouth on Dorset's south coast brings together the best of coast and countryside, with over seven miles of beautiful beach and 2,000 acres of wide open spaces. It’s also a hub for culture, nightlife and entertainment. The town boasts an eclectic range of hotels too – our hotels in Bournemouth run the gamut from traditional seaside B&Bs to boutique hotels and luxury, high-end establishments.
During the 18th century, when beach breaks were becoming popular among the rich, Bournemouth propelled into the public eye as one of the most desirable summer destinations in the country – a reputation that still holds true today. As a consequence, there are many historic hotels in Bournemouth, several of which are housed in Victorian buildings, such as the Wessex.
Much of Bournemouth’s appeal lies in its impressive stretch of golden beach, the venue for sunbathing, swimming and water sports. The brightly painted beach shacks lining the sand are another reminder of Bournemouth’s Victorian heritage, as is the historic pier. Originally built in 1856, the pier is now a venue for eating, drinking and even adventure activities – thrill seekers can take a ride on a zip wire or explore the pier's artificial caves. To stay right in the heart of the action near the beach, check out our selection of hotels near Bournemouth Beach.
In addition to the golden beach and stunning countryside, Bournemouth keeps visitors entertained with a wide array of cultural attractions. If you have an interest in history, there are a good number of museums in town, such as the Bournemouth Aviation Museum and the Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum, a former Victorian home down by the beach. Most of our hotels in Bournemouth are within easy reach of a local landmark or two; the Cottonwood Boutique Hotel, for example, is equidistant between Bournemouth Pier and the prestigious O2 Academy Bournemouth, where you can enjoy music, comedy and sporting events.
Bournemouth is a fantastic family destination. It has a huge beach, as well as a good range of restaurants and cultural attractions, so there’s something to for families with kids of all ages. That extends to our great range of family-friendly hotels in Bournemouth, such as the Carrington House Hotel and Hallmark Hotel Bournemouth East Cliff. In central Bournemouth, the Oceanarium is another fun attraction for families – sitting on the beach, this aquarium is home to over 150 different species of fish. There are penguins, turtles and even crocodiles to see too.
Away from the town centre, there are a number of brilliant family days out to choose from. In nearby Hurn, the Adventure Wonderland is a leisure park home to rides and attractions for kids up to the age of 12. Head to Poole, and you’ll find Tower Park, a complex including restaurants, a cinema, a bowling alley and the Splashdown water park.
Eating out is a holiday highlight for many people, and foodies won't have to look very far for somewhere good to eat in Bournemouth. With fertile farmland in the surrounding countryside and some of the cleanest seas in the UK, Bournemouth is a prime location for restaurants, and fantastic seafood and country cuisine is easy to find in the city centre. It’s also worth knowing that many of Bournemouth's hotels are home to acclaimed restaurants in their own right, such as the 1812 Lounge at the Royal Exeter Hotel, serving exquisite dishes created from locally-sourced ingredients.
While it’s more commonly thought of as a holiday destination, there are a number of quality business hotels in Bournemouth to choose from if you’re staying on a work trip. Many hotels, such as the Norfolk Royale Hotel, are conference venues in themselves, making them doubly convenient. The Bournemouth International Centre (BIC), meanwhile, is one of the largest conference spaces in southern England and hosts business events as well as touring music, dance and comedy shows. If you’re attending a conference or event at the BIC, take a look at our hotels near the Bournemouth International Centre.