An ideal stay in Bournemouth, for those who want to save up, is the budget-friendly 3-star The Riviera Hotel & Holiday Apartments Alum Chine. Alternatively, choose the budget-friendly The Maemar Hotel with its 10-minute walking distance to the center of Bournemouth. Lynden Court Hotel is a budget hostel in Bournemouth that is 15 minutes' walk to Madeira Road Halls of Residence. Commodore Hotel By Greene King Inns and Yenton Hotel offer affordable apartment rates in the heart of Boscombe district.
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Where to stay in Bournemouth?
Best cheap hotels in Bournemouth
Bournemouth airports & Subway stations
Best Western Hotel Royale is a 3-star choice that is only a 10-minute walk from Bournemouth Central train station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
For those looking to immerse themselves in the buzz of Bournemouth's city center, The Queens Hotel And Spa and Wessex are attractive prospects. A top-rated option is The Green House, which is less than 0.5 miles from the city center. In Boscombe district, you'll find Chine Hotel and Denewood Hotel with rates from 77US$.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Bournemouth
If you're booking luxury accommodation in Bournemouth, Best Western Plus The Connaught Hotel provides 4-star property with all necessary amenities. The Applewood Hotel is a boutique hotel that offers free self-parking, a patio and diving and a perfect location 0.5 miles from downtown. Chain hotel you might consider is Premier Inn Bournemouth East, within walking distance of Aztec Leisure Ltd, featuring 126US$.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
For those who prefer apartments, there are 4 places to stay in Bournemouth, such as Blue Palms and Pebbles B And B. Travelers looking for good-quality B&B accommodation in Bournemouth will be happy with East Cliff Cottage Hotel and Brooklands. You might also choose to book a room at Premier Inn Bournemouth Central, which has business facilities and is situated a 5-minute walk from the city center. For a relaxing vacation, reserve a resort hotel near Fisherman's Walk Beach, such as Alexander Lodge Guest House or The Chocolate Box Hotel.
City Guide: Discover the best of Bournemouth
Bournemouth is your introduction to the classic British beach holiday.
As one of the largest seaside resorts in Britain, Bournemouth is tourist filled from its beautiful seafront to its sun-baked beaches, yet retains its own exceptional charisma. When it comes to a trip to Bournemouth, the British know this is a destination with heart and its own character.
Bournemouth is the right place to indulge in a truly British atmosphere. But before you go you should take care of where to stay in the city. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Bournemouth to a luxury one all are available at Booked.net. Check out our offers with maps, photos and secure forms.
Stretching along the coastline for more than 11km, Bournemouth is world away from a sleepy seaside village. Locals say their city has many faces and one day it can breathe with nostalgia for the Victorian era, while the next it will introduce you to the life as it comes in the 21st century. Pulsating parties, active clubbers and ''white-collars'' on the conference to the city this is how Bournemouth takes the role of chic tourist destination.
In Bournemouth there is no piece of shore that will leave you without places to see and things to do. Sunbathing, surfing, diving and snorkeling and so on to a cluster of sites to take you back to how Bournemouth used to be.
Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum has collections of 19th century art
The Atrium Gallery, a comprehensive showplace of art at Bournemouth University
St.Peter's Church with a graveyard and tomb of famous author Mary Shelly
Bournemouth Oceanarium is your thing to enjoy if you are interested in maritime world
Bournemouth International Centre, a location for concerts and exhibitions held in the city
Touring Bournemouth's attractions, you are on a right track to discover that its strength is in its history. From the early years Bournemouth served as an escape for the rich and famous. This is the reputation the city earned thanks to Mary Eleanor Bowes, the richest heiress in England who turned Bournemouth into remote retreat.
This remote feel that the city originally earned was severely guarded by local government. In the very beginning shops were banned in the city and the railway arrived there under a big secret and was only for a stop there for limited group of people. It was the time when Bournemouth exploded with luxury villas, but the only lack was sufficient infrastructure in the city.
Even though Bournemouth was long a well kept secret, it could not be kept that way for long and soon it became available to enjoy for everyone. Since then Bournemouth has expanded greatly with new transportation system and new buildings. The first spa hotel arrived there in 1885 and was known as the Mont Dore Hotel and afterwards followed a building boom.
Today you have a wide choice of hotels to stay in Bournemouth and they are listed at Booked.net.