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Bournemouth United Kingdom Accommodations

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The Bournemouth center is approximately the area of Bournemouth Town Hall and the area of City Centre Bournmouth.

Bournemouth Hotels/Accommodations

Norfolk Royale Hotel Richmond Hill, Bournemouth, BH26EN United Kingdom
  • Expensive Downtown property
  • 6 suites in property
  • Disappointed with spa
  • AC needs updating
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Ashleigh Hotel - Bournemouth
6 Southcote Rd., Bournemouth, BH13SR United Kingdom
  • Affordable property
  • Staff were very friendly
  • Friendly service
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Ramada Encore Bournemouth
22 Bath Rd., Bournemouth, BH12NS United Kingdom
  • Midscale Downtown property
  • 113 rooms in hotel
  • Rooms are ok
  • Breakfast prices were ok, according to 57%
1 Meyrick Rd., Bournemouth, BH12PR United Kingdom
  • Mid-scale Downtown property
  • Check-in time: 15:00pm
  • No internet in the rooms
  • Excellent location
Hampton by Hilton Terrace Rd., Bournemouth, BH25EL United Kingdom
  • High end Downtown property
  • 120 rooms in hotel
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Hampton by Hilton Bournemouth Upper Terrace Rd., Bournemouth, BH25NW United Kingdom
  • Three Star property
  • 120 rooms in hotel
  • Bathroom is ok
  • Great shopping
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Royal Bath Hotel
Bath Rd., Bournemouth, BH12EW United Kingdom
  • Four star Beach hotel
  • 140 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • About half of guests thought the building wasn't nice
  • Most guests enjoyed the lobby entrance
Russell Court Hotel
19 Bath Rd., Bournemouth, BH12EP United Kingdom
  • 3 star hotel
  • Hotel has 3 floors
  • Food could be better
  • AC needs updating
Elstead Classic Hotel in Bournemouth
12 14 Knyveton Rd. East Cliff, Bournemouth, BH13QP United Kingdom
  • Mid-scale hotel
  • Delicious breakfast
  • Sufficient wellness & sports facilities
Highcliff Marriott Hotel St. Michael's Rd. West Cliff, Bournemouth, BH25DU United Kingdom
  • 4-star hotel
  • Bar service was unacceptable, according to 83%
  • Fabulous location
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The Green House : 4 Grove Rd. 4 Grove Rd., Bournemouth, BH13AX United Kingdom
  • Expensive hotel
  • Comfortable beds
  • Generally very clean
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Park Central Hotel : Exeter Rd.
Exeter Rd., Bournemouth, BH25AJ United Kingdom
  • High-end Beach property
  • Check in: 15:00
  • About half of guests thought the parking prices were average
  • Bar could improve
Best Western Hotel Royale
16 Gervis Rd. Cliff East, Bournemouth, BH13EQ United Kingdom
  • 3 star Beach property
  • 3 floors in hotel
  • Close to the beach with easily accessible parking
  • Poor wi-fi
Very Good 4.0 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Britannia Bournemouth
Meyrick Rd., Bournemouth, BH13DP United Kingdom
  • Mid-scale property
  • 123 rooms in hotel
  • Breakfast can be improved
  • Good restaurants & bars in the area
Queens Hotel & Spa : Meyrick Rd. 1 Meyrick Rd. 1, Bournemouth, BH1 3DL United Kingdom
  • Three Star property
  • 6 floors in hotel
The Bournemouth Maemar Hotel - Bournemouth West Hill Rd. West Cliff, Bournemouth, BH2 5PQ United Kingdom
  • Three Star property
  • Check in: 2:00
Days Marsham Court - Bournemouth
3 Russell Cotes Rd., Bournemouth, BH13AB United Kingdom
  • 3-star Oceanfront property
  • 3 floors in hotel
The Chocolate Boutique Hotel
5 Durley Rd., Bournemouth, BH25JQ United Kingdom
  • Affordable Downtown hotel
  • Comp. Breakfast
  • Great reception
  • Bar is amazing
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Hallmark Hotel & Spa Bournemouth 7 Durley Chine Rd., Bournemouth, BH25JS United Kingdom
  • High-end Beach property
  • Check-in: 11:00
  • Bad desserts & fruits
  • Most guests said rooms were dirty
Carrington House Hotel
Knyveton Rd., Bournemouth, BH13QQ United Kingdom
  • 3-star Downtown property
  • Hotel has 145 rooms
  • Service is ok
  • Most guests thought the tv was sub-standard
Heathlands Hotel Bournemouth Grove Rd. Bournemouth, Bournemouth, BH1 3AY United Kingdom
  • Affordable hotel
  • Check in time: 14:00
Bournemouth Highcliff Marriott Hotel : 105 St. Michaels Rd. 105 St. Michaels Rd., Bournemouth, BH25DU United Kingdom
  • Four-star Oceanfront hotel
  • Hotel has a green policy Read more
Travelodge Bournemouth Seafront West Hill Rd., Bournemouth, BH2 5EG United Kingdom
  • Economy hotel
  • Check in time: 15:00
Hallmark Hotel Bournemouth East Cliff East Overcliff Dr., Bournemouth, BH13AN United Kingdom
  • Three Star hotel
  • 3 floors in property
Montague Hotel - Bournemouth 13 Durley Rd. South, Bournemouth, BH25JH United Kingdom
  • 3-star hotel
  • 4 floors in property
  • Average beds
  • Menu is not great
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'This city draws me in. I've been visiting here for the better part of four decades now, and I think it's fitting I make it my old age abode.” 
J.R.R. Tolkien, among the most famous of British authors of all time, had this to say of Bournemouth – a city that has grown in stature, popularity and standard of living quite significantly in last one century or so. Bournemouth is best known as a sleepy coastal town in South England that presents its visitors with perfect opportunities for tanning, sunbathing and sea-swimming. Since tanning is still something that English people can't get enough of, the touring value of Bournemouth immensely increases in that respect.

Today, Bournemouth is known as a bustling tourist town that has a lot more to offer than just a stretch of beaches. Hotels in Bournemouth, ranging from modest bed and breakfast outfits to opulent luxury establishments, have evolved along with the city itself, and can easily be used to gauge the tourism progress that Bournemouth has made. 

Hotels for a Tight Budgeted Tourist

Staying in Bournemouth can be a pretty harrowing experience if you are at a loss in regard with finding a suitably affordable hotel to stay at. Even though there are quite a few Bournemouth hotels that offer nightly accommodations, the price of the overall difficulty of the endeavour goes suddenly higher when you try to book a fully-fledged hotel for a long period. As experienced tourists and travelers know quite well, that it is undue and in a way, unfair to expect top quality accommodation from cheap hotels. 

This is, however, not at all to say that you will have to make do with terribly kept places in Bournemouth – far from it. Most of the hotel establishments in Bournemouth are fairly well-maintained, regardless of the price range they offer. Rudimentary amenities like comfortable linens, television, private parking, complimentary breakfast, high speed internet, doctor on call, free airport pickups and drops, various ticketing arrangements and others are often included in the package of even the cheapest of establishments. 

Maximum Comfort and Luxury

Being a famous tourist destination, Bournemouth has many luxury hotel establishments that are quite eager to please their patrons. Green House, Connaught Lodge, Norfolk Royale, Marriott, Hyatt, Carlton, Hallmark are some of the famous luxury Bournemouth hotels that are quite difficult to get a hold of – especially during peak summer months. 

These luxury outfits provide a number of amenities and facilities that other relatively reasonably priced outfits cannot really compete with. From Victorian butler experiences to Edwardian peerage experiences, you can get a taste of traditional English hospitality when you stay at one of these grand luxury establishments. 

Keeping in line with the theme, there are many former aristocratic mansions turned into tourist lodges that are worth spending a night or two in. 

Boutique and Independent Hotel Options

For tourists who love the feel of being pampered in a hotel along with the feel being at home, there are many boutique and independent establishments in and around Bournemouth that manage to reach closer to the middle ground. These establishments are typically houses turned into lodges and temporary guest houses. They are not only quite pleasant to experience, they are also fairly cheap. Considering these aspects, it wouldn't be an entirely bad idea to lodge with one of such independent or boutique establishments – particularly if you want to experience the real people of Bournemouth, and you are planning on staying for long. 

Bournemouth also has a very unique and special kind of accommodation facility – summer houses and beach shacks. Available on a nightly basis, these summers houses and shacks can be a great way of staying in the proximity of the Atlantic and just about having a perfect night. 

What Should I Know Before Sightseeing in Bournemouth? 

Bournemouth's claim to fame is scenic beauty and a peculiar geographical location. Located at the southern tip of England, Bournemouth enjoys unusually warmer climate than most other parts of the country. Along with the climate, Bournemouth also enjoys a very pristine stretch of white sand beaches that are longer than seven miles when measured from end to end.

Bournemouth also happens to be the only place in England that's naturally suitable for water and wave sports like surfing and wave boarding.  Bournemouth beaches are usually considered to be very calm and are known to be very friendly towards even the worst of swimmers. The beaches do not have alarming slopes and water levels near the coast are pretty shallow. 

Two cathedral churches present in Bournemouth, St. Peter's and St. Stephen's are among the most architecturally accomplished structures in the UK. They are also frequented by thousands of tourists who flock to Bournemouth during summer months. 
To summarize this point, the only thing you need to know before sightseeing in Bournemouth is the fact that you will need a lot of sunblock, and suntan! 

Transportation in Bournemouth

There was a time in 1940's, when Bournemouth used to be the only international airport on English soil. Today, Bournemouth has lost that status to many of its competitor cities.  However, Bournemouth is still well connected by air with most of the major European cities. Domestic air services connect Bournemouth with all major UK cities. Along with air travel, Bournemouth is connected by a network of state and national highways to midlands, east and west. Bournemouth railway station gained prominence during the World War II, and today, is one of the most important southern junctions in England. 

Around Bournemouth, transportation is not that much of a problem as an extensive network of local authority run buses make all nearby places easily accessible. If you are staying at a hotel in Bournemouth (cheap hotels withstanding), you can also opt to get private transportation with some mediation from the hotel management. 

Thus, it can be inferred that there are quite a few types of hotels in Bournemouth that you can choose from to reach that elusive balance between enjoyment and affordability!

Recent traveler reviews of Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Below are reviews of the city of Bournemouth, United Kingdom from an actual visitor's perspective.

"Great Night life"
Score 4.0 / 5

Don't think Bournemouth is a sleepy hollow, at night this place comes alive. If you cant stand the pace don't go.

John Edward R., from 14-Sep-2016
The average traveler rating of the city of Bournemouth, United Kingdom shown above is 4.0 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
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