Jurys Inn Southampton, centrally located in Charlotte Place, is the largest hotel in the city. It’s close to the Central Rail Station and is the ideal base for exploring the city’s galleries, parks and many other attractions. With Cruise Parking from just £121, it offers great value. See the Jurys Inn website for more information.
For something with historical character, opt for four-star Dolphin Hotel, which has a history dating back to 1454. In fact, in a previous life it accommodated guests such as Queen Victoria and Admiral Lord Nelson, and even hosted Jane Austen’s 18th birthday party in 1793
Your room at the Holiday Inn Express Southampton M27 Jct7 is your personal retreat so you’ll have time to relax and enjoy the modern amenities including preferential rates at the adjacent Virgin Active Health Club before you board your cruise.
Experience relaxed dining in our Restaurant or simply enjoy your favourite drink in our Lounge/Bar. From a complimentary Hot Buffet Breakfast to a relaxing, freshly prepared meal in the evening, our friendly team look forward to welcoming you.
|The Dolphin Hotel once accommodated Queen Victoria and Admiral Lord Nelson…|
The De Vere Grand Harbour with its iconic glass atrium has the perfect waterfront location. If you’re looking for a country house retreat then there are activities aplenty at Meon Valley, famous for its championship 18-hole golf course, or five-star Chewton Glen, nestled in the New Forest, with golf, tennis, croquet and mountain biking on offer. Additional accommodation can be found at the charming Chilworth Manor Hotel, with its luxurious health club and spa attached.
If you prefer a slower pace Careys Manor has luxurious accommodation and award-winning SenSpa – the Sen Fusion Massage is amazing. Its sister hotel, the Montagu Arms in Beaulieu, has roaring log fires and a Michelin-starred restaurant. Don’t forget to speak to each hotel about their cruise-and-stay hotel deals, which often include car parking and transfers to the cruise terminal.
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