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Fire alarm very efficient,so loud, had to vacate as soon as possible!...spent an hour in my car before being aloud back into the hotel.....there had been an electrical fault in one of the rooms causing 3 fire engines to arrive ! The rest of my stay was pleasant.....
This hotel had a very practical location and we used it as our base to visit the city and surrounding region including Salisbury, Stonehenge and Winchester. The room was adequate for a family of 3 and although we tried the breakfast on the first day, we felt it was overpriced and so opted for options ...
We found our stay at this hotel very relaxing. Pool facilities were very good and staff on the whole were very friendly. We would definitely stay here again. The only niggle was that there were 3 weddings at the hotel during our 3 night stay, and with limited seating outside it was impossible to ...
Didn't feel that this hotel was particularly cheap and therefor expected face cloths to be provided as a matter of course plus at least a biscuit to have with the tea and coffee in the room. There was a good choice of breakfasts.
Me and my childern stayed for one night in a standard room which was very big on the fifth floor, the room was in a good clean order apart from lacking a few bin bags and the toilet not being cleaned properly bar that it was a lovely ròm and we also ate at the hotel the food was lovely and the breakfast ...
Even if you're travelling to Hampshire for a business meeting or conference, it's a wonderful county to visit. From the rolling panorama of the New Forest and the historic decks of the HMS Warrior, to the imposing grandeur of Winchester Cathedral and the ultra-modern design of the Emirates Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth, your backdrop need never be dull. The same can be said of business hotels in Hampshire; they come in varying shapes and sizes, ranging from simple, comfortable stopovers, to sleek, chic, contemporary hotels.
Southampton is Hampshire's largest city and, with an abundance of amenities and a number of excellent conference venues such as the Ark Conference Centre, it's very popular as a setting for meetings of varying sizes. You'll find plenty of business hotels in the area, such as the Grand Harbour Hotel, the Holiday Inn Express Southampton West and the Hilton at the Ageas Bowl Southampton. All of these are within easy reach of major conference venues, but you'll also find that many business hotels in Hampshire offer their own facilities. The Grand Harbour Hotel, for example, offers conference suites for up to 500 delegates and everything you could need to make a meeting run smoothly.
Choosing to use the facilities offered by a business hotel comes with distinct advantages. If you're able to get all your delegates or employees staying on-site, then there's also the potential to clinch deals or simply relax with your staff, over dinner. Many Hampshire business hotels have their own restaurants, such as the Apollo Hotel, in Basingstoke, the Hampshire Court Hotel - QHotel and the Novotel Southampton. With Hampshire being an important agricultural county, you'll find that many business hotels serve delicious dishes cooked using locally-sourced produce and ingredients.
However, for many businessmen, a business hotel is simply somewhere for an overnight stop. Despite this, there are certain things that make for a good stay, such as comfortable accommodation and Internet access. Wi-Fi can be important, giving the facility to check up on emails or complete those last-minute reports. Many Hampshire business hotels, such as the Hilton Basingstoke, offer Wi-Fi as standard.
Located just a short drive from the M4 and with the M3 running through it, Hampshire is an easily-accessible county. Booking a room in a business hotel can help you get the most from your meeting.