Hotels in Bournemouth cater for the wide range of visitors that the coastal town attracts.... Read more
From cosy budget B&Bs and grand old Victorian seaside hotels, to luxury hotels with magnificent views of the coastline and the kind of facilities you'd expect in a hotel in the capital, Bournemouth hotels have moved with the times and you can expect to find comfortable and spotless rooms, whatever your budget. However, don't expect to find many big name hotels in the town. They are limited to Best Western, Britannia and Ramada, and the budget chains such as Travelodge and Premier Inn. Instead you will find many individually run hotels.
There are various areas to choose from when selecting your accommodation in Bournemouth. The central areas of the town provide a good range of accommodation to suit most budgets, though they often command higher room rates than hotels based in areas a little further out of the town centre, such as those towards the west, in Westbourne and Poole, and to the east, towards Boscombe, Southbourne and Christchurch.
A bustling harbour town, Poole is a good choice for nice hotels and seaside dining. Christchurch has a more natural feel to it, and is a great option for holidaymakers who like to be closer to the great outdoors. The towns of Poole, Bournemouth and Christchurch pretty much run into each other, so staying in a hotel in any of these areas offers easy access to the attractions of the wider area.
During weekends and peak seasons, many hotels demand a stay of at least two nights.