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Jurys Inn Southampton

Jurys Inn Southampton

3.9 of 5 • 1,016 reviews
Cultural Quarter
£53
ibis budget Southampton Centre

ibis budget Southampton Centre

3.3 of 5 • 199 reviews
Cultural Quarter
£33
Grand Harbour Hotel

Grand Harbour Hotel

3.8 of 5 • 698 reviews
Cultural Quarter
£66
Mercure Southampton Centre Dolphin Hotel

Mercure Southampton Centre Dolphin Hotel

3.6 of 5 • 637 reviews
Chapel
£59
New Place

New Place

3.9 of 5 • 773 reviews
Mislingford
£39
Macdonald Botley Park Hotel & Spa

Macdonald Botley Park Hotel & Spa

3.9 of 5 • 381 reviews
Southampton
£59
The Star Hotel

The Star Hotel

3.1 of 5 • 333 reviews
Chapel
£33
The Regents Guest House

The Regents Guest House

4.6 of 5 • 72 reviews
Western Docks
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The Blue Keys Hotel

The Blue Keys Hotel

4.4 of 5 • 460 reviews
The Polygon
£58
The Pilgrim Inn

The Pilgrim Inn

4.5 of 5 • 173 reviews
Western Docks
£91

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Pocket Guide: Hotels in Southampton

Featuring two universities, and one of the most important departure locations on the south coast for the iconic D-Day campaign, Southampton is a flourishing port city that offers easy access to the south coast and the New Forest National Park. It welcomes hundreds of cruise ships each year, and was the home of the esteemed novelist Jane Austen, who lived in a house that is now the setting of the Juniper Berry Pub.

The Medieval Merchant's House

More than 700 years old, the beautiful Medieval Merchant's House was built by the wealthy businessman John Fortin and still features much of its original architecture. The Grade I-Listed building was probably rebuilt following a French invasion in the early-14th Century and is noted for its medieval shop front and attractive period furnishings.

Solent Sky

For a fascinating insight into Southampton's important aviation heritage, visit the Solent Sky museum, which has everything from a Supermarine Spitfire aircraft to a Rolls-Royce Derwent engine.

The Bargate

Another striking medieval landmark, the Bargate gatehouse has existed for more than 800 years and was, for centuries, the main entrance to Southampton.

Enjoy Decent-Sized, Beautifully Decorated Rooms in Southampton Hotels

Wherever you stay in the city, you'll benefit from comfortable bedding and good quality furnishings. Almost all Southampton hotels now provide WiFi, which will often be available in all rooms and public areas, and many business-oriented hotels offer high-speed WiFi and fully equipped conference centres.

Many Southampton hotels also have in-room tea and coffee-making facilities and en-suite bathrooms with free toiletries, and others may have gyms so you can always stay up to date with your fitness schedule.

Other Places of Interest in Southampton

With WiFi access at your Southampton hotel, you'll easily be able to book tickets to the Mayflower Theatre, a historic institution that holds many West End performances and can accommodate up to 2,300 guests. It's very close to Southampton Central railway station, which is the city's main transport hub and provides regular services to central London, Portsmouth, and Bristol.

Spend some time at picturesque Southampton Common or the Royal Victoria Country Park, visit the acclaimed Southampton Guildhall entertainment venue, or consider heading to the New Forest Wildlife Park and see its numerous deer.

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