29 Jul 2019 - 30 Jul 2019
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Southampton is a seaport city on the south coast of England about 75 miles from London. Southampton is the cruise line capital of Europe. It is home to several well-known ships, including the Queen Mary 2 and the Queen Elizabeth. It's convenient to stay at hotels near the airport that give you access to the best attractions in the area.
Southampton’s City Centre is the focus of shopping and transportation. As a result, there are a number of different hotels, ranging from budget accommodations to boutique hotels.
1. The Premier Inn Southampton West Quay Hotel
The Premier Inn Southampton West Quay Hotel has a reputation as one of the best cheap hotels in Southampton that is comfortable, conveniently located and an excellent value. The hotel gets high marks for its food, its proximity to the centre of Southampton and its friendly, accommodating staff.
2. The Blue Keys
The Blue Keys formerly known as the Golden Lion, has earned an excellent rating from visitors who appreciate it as one of the best hotels in Southampton. The service offered by the hotel staff is superb, and visitors cite the wide variety of food offered, particularly at breakfast, as an excellent reason this is one of the premier hotels in Southampton.
3. The Grand Harbour Hotel
The Grand Harbour Hotel situated in the center of Southampton, is a luxury spa boutique hotel in Southampton. It offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy the hotel’s spa treatments and pool. Breakfasts offer a wide selection of expertly prepared foods.
More than a dozen hotels are located within three miles of the airport. Travellers can find a variety of accommodation choices that let them travel quickly from their hotel room to their terminal.
1. The Southampton Park Hotel
The Southampton Park Hotel is one of the best cheap hotels in Southampton, offering a number of amenities often found only at higher-priced hotels. One of the good last minute hotels in Southampton, it is located about 3 miles from Southampton International Airport. Guest rooms offer high-speed internet and safes, and the hotel provides conference accommodations and a business centre.
2. The DoubleTree by Hilton Southampton Hotel
The DoubleTree by Hilton Southampton Hotel is about two miles from the airport. It’s an excellent hotel at a mid-range price for both business travelers and families. Meeting rooms, secretarial service, and video conferencing capabilities are just some of the business features offered. Families can enjoy interconnecting rooms or rooms with sofa beds as well as the availability of cribs and high chairs. As one of the last minute hotels in Southampton, the DoubleTree by Hilton Southampton is an excellent value.
You can make your hotel stay more relaxing with a spa treatment.
The Chewton Glen Hotel in New Forest features an award-winning spa that includes the most expansive hydrotherapy pool in Europe. The hotel melds traditional grandeur and elegance with the newest holistic approaches to holistic healing. Some of the Chewton Glen Hotel’s spa other features include an ozone-treated indoor pool as well as an outdoor pool and hot tub. Aromatherapy spas and crystal steam rooms are part of the changing rooms. The Chewton Glen’s reputation as a boutique hotel in Southampton is well-deserved.
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Go look at the medieval walls. I would have missed this city if my boyfriend didn't live there. It's not a major destination, but it's still nice.
Not sure why it has got such a bad rap on this site. Sure, it's not Winchester, but it is a charming city on the coast with an excellent university and an interesting historic district. Not drab or grey at all on a summer day.
Interesting city, as you can discover lots of ruins such as the walls or the gate just by walking around. Also has a few malls for those interested in shopping. But personally I don't find it beautiful as it does have a very grey look, both the sea and the sky. It is very industrialised. I believe a day is more than enough to spend in this city.
Impossible. Spent many minutes figuring out how to create a trip ( finding the + sign). Many minutes more attempting unsuccessfully to add stops to a trip. Failure.