The Roundhouse Hotel is just a short walk from the East Cliff Beach and Bournemouth’s local attractions, theatres, restaurants and coffee shops. Bournemouth is one of the most popular seaside resorts in England and is famous for its family friendly facilities, award winning beaches and cosmopolitan atmosphere.
The hotel has 127 comfortable en-suite rooms that provide modern facilities including TV, telephone, trouser press, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities. A lift serves all floors.
The Roundhouse Hotel is renowned for its warm, friendly & informal atmosphere. The Wave Café Bar & Terrace offers an informal and relaxing venue with french doors opening onto a terrace. Open throughout the day it serves a variety of meals, drinks & snacks to suit all tastes.
The Wave Restaurant has a hot and cold buffet, again with french doors opening out onto its own deck. There is no better place in Bournemouth to enjoy a continental breakfast or dine al fresco.
Bournemouth offers something for everyone. The Bournemouth Eye will take you up to 500ft for panoramic views of the English Countryside and the English Channel. Discover the marine life at the Bournemouth Oceanarium. Check out All Fired Up, a ceramics Cafe with the chance to decorate a plate, mug or money box yourself or there’s the Eastleigh Lakeside Railway with steam trains galore, playground and onsite cafe.
In the centre of Bournemouth’s cosmopolitan town centre, the Heathlands Hotel is situated just a short walk from seven miles of blue flag sandy beaches and is an ideal venue for all occasions.
With a total of 114 well-appointed, en-suite bedrooms the Heathlands Hotel is able to provide a wide choice of accommodation. For your convenience all floors are served by lifts and every room has all the facilities the most discerning guest will appreciate including hair-dryer, TV, direct-dial telephone and tea/coffee making facilities.
Their Pavilion Restaurant is open for dinner from 7.00pm every evening and offers a warm, relaxing and friendly atmosphere with a fantastic range of cuisine, which is complimented by a selection of fine wines.
The Hotel’s bar is the ideal venue for a cocktail before a light lunch from their lounge menu, or after – dinner drinks in the company of family and friends. A bright airy atmosphere and well-stocked shelves ensure that the bar is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing drink.
The Royal Bath Hotel is one of four Britannia hotels in Bournemouth and is the chain’s latest acquisition in the area.
Opened on Queen Victoria’s coronation day in June 1838, The Royal Bath Hotel was the first hotel in Bournemouth, so naturally it has a fantastic position on the seafront, offering panoramic views of the hotel gardens, sea and Bournemouth Pier. If you are looking to make the most of your visit to Bournemouth the hotel is ideally positioned for visiting many of the varied attractions on offer.
Formerly a De Vere Hotel, the Royal Bath Hotel has 140 bedrooms ranging from traditional rooms to luxurious suites, all of which feature an en-suite bathroom, TV, internet connection, direct dial phone, hairdryer, tea & coffee making facilities as well as an iron and ironing board. Why not spoil yourself to a sea view room with a view of the magnificent Bournemouth Pier?
Dining at the Royal Bath will leave guests spoilt for choice. Enjoy the tranquil atmosphere and panoramic views in The Garden Restaurant or experience the award winning Oscar’s, named for regular guest Oscar Wilde, with it’s mouth-watering a la carte menu. Guests and locals alike can relax in The Lounge and enjoy a drink and light meal at lunch time, but don’t forget to visit the Cafe Promenade for a delicious bite to eat whilst offering fantastic views over the Poole Bay. The Lounge and Wilde’s Whiskey Snug are open until late for those looking for an evening drink.
Take advantage of the Royal Hotels Health & Leisure club where you can enjoy a luxurious spa treatment, enjoy a leisurely swim before unwinding in the steam room or keep your body in shape in the gym with the latest cardio vascular machines.