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The Savoy Hotel

Bournemouth

Rooms




The 106 rooms at the Savoy Hotel are spread over six floors, and are furnished in keeping with the building’s historic character. They’re all comfortable, homely and elegant, with en-suite facilities and TVs. All rooms are spacious, but you might like to upgrade to a Superior room which offers extra comfort and a full en-suite with both a bath and a shower. Superior rooms are ideal for business guests, coming complete with shaving points and telephones. Alternatively, why not select a room with a garden view and watch the sun rise over the lawn?
The Savoy Hotel Standard Room

The Savoy Hotel Standard Room

Our standard rooms contain everything you come to expect from a modern hotel. All our rooms have en-suite facilities as well as a television, hair dryer, telephone and tea and coffee making facilities.

Highlights

  • En-suite and WC.
  • Television.
  • Colour TV
  • Hairdryer.
  • Tea and coffee making facilities.
The Savoy Hotel Standard Plus Room

The Savoy Hotel Standard Plus Room

These newly redesigned rooms offer attractive decor and contemporary furnishings. The rooms have been designed with comfort and relaxation in mind. All our rooms have En-Suite facilities and hairdryers.

Highlights

  • Newly redesigned
  • Attractive decor and furnishings
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • En-Suite
  • Flat screen Television
  • The above image represents a typical standard plus room
The Savoy Hotel Superior Room

The Savoy Hotel Superior Room

Our Superior rooms typically have luxurious beds, 26 inch flat screen digital television, and a spacious en suite bathroom with shower over bath. These Superior rooms also have a hair dryer, shaving point and facilities to make a hot drink.

Highlights

  • Flat screen Television.
  • En-suite bathroom with bath, shower and WC.
  • Large Rooms.
  • Hair dryer, shaving point and telephone.
  • Tea and coffee making facilities.

Local Attractions




Bournemouth’s beaches are just the start of what’s on offer to keep you busy on your short break or holiday. As a traditional seaside resort, the town contains all of the usual arcades and novelty beach shops where you can while away the hours playing penny-pushing machines and claw games. Enjoy some sugary Bournemouth sweets or an ice cream as you walk along the pier, or catch a show with friends or family. Bournemouth’s vast array of shops will ensure that you find your perfect souvenir, whether you’re looking for unique holiday items or a brand new outfit to wear at a local bar.

Further afield you’ll find impressive coastal walks and endless countryside, where you can stretch your legs and enjoy that fresh sea breeze

Brownsea IslandBrownsea Island
Famous for its red squirrel population and its stunning natural scenery, Brownsea Island is a top attraction for adventurers of all ages. Calm waters lap against pebble beaches, and further inland you’ll find grassy fields and sheltered woodland. Managed by the National Trust, the island is accessed by ferry and has various refreshment outlets including a café and coffee bar as well as a gift shop, a second-hand book shop and the Baden-Powell Outdoor Centre.

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Corfe CastleCorfe Castle
The majestic ruins of Corfe Castle occupy a breathtakingly beautiful location by the Purbeck Hills, where you can see field and forest for miles around. Visitors can explore the ruins themselves, and the surrounding area where a wildlife walk details the birds and animals that you’re likely to see on your travels. A National Trust property, Corfe Castle includes tea rooms with views of the surrounding area, and well-stocked shops selling souvenirs, gifts and outdoor equipment.

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Kingston LacyKingston Lacy
Kingston Lacy is an elegant mansion set in beautiful grounds including parkland and formal landscaped gardens. Elaborate carvings and historic artifacts can be viewed within the house, along with paintings by famous artists. The house has an Egyptian Room that houses the UK’s largest private collection of Egyptian artifacts, and outside you’ll find extensive lawns and a Japanese garden complete with an authentic tea house. This National Trust house also includes an on-site restaurant, waymarked trails and spaces in which you can enjoy fishing, geo-caching and picnicking.

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White Mill

This National Trust managed corn mill, still fitted with original wooden machinery, stands on a site that was marked in the Domesday Book. The mill was rebuilt in 1776, and went through extensive repair in 1994. Located next to the River Stour, the White Mill has is an interesting attraction to visit for an hour or two.

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Abbotsbury Subtropical GardensAbbotsbury Subtropical Gardens
Described by Alan Titchmarsh as ‘one of the finest gardens I’ve ever visited’, the Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens cover 20 acres and are filled with exotic and rare plants from every corner of the globe. The gardens were first established in 1765 by the Countess of Ilchester, and have been developed and changed ever since. Various events are held throughout the year, and the gardens double up as a unique wedding venue. Enjoy al fresco dining at the Colonial Restaurant, in amongst the colourful tropical plants and native birds, or visit the gift shop and garden centre where you can buy handcrafted items, plants and garden accessories.

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Compton Acres
This 10-acre formal garden features five distinct areas; an Italian Garden, a Japanese Garden, a Wooded Valley, a Rock and Water Garden and a Heather Garden. It was built in 1929, and the on-site tea rooms and plant centre are as popular as the gardens themselves.  Open for a majority of the year, and with free entry to RHS members, the garden also houses the Italian Villa which is a stunning venue for weddings and corporate events.

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Kingston Maurward Gardens
A top attraction for all ages, the Kingston Maurward Gardens include an on-site animal park home to a wide variety of farm and domestic animals. More than 30,000 people visit Kingston Maurward every year, to view the Grade II listed gardens tended with the help of students from Kingston Maurward College. Sights to see include a lake with lakeside temple, tree trails and the walled garden, as well as the croquet lawn and the Temple of the Four Winds.

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Map

Address

36 West Hill Road,
Bournemouth,
BH2 5EJ
Telephone: 01202 294 241

By Car

To get to the Savoy from the M27, head in a south-westerly direction and reach the A31. Exit on to the A338, heading towards Bournemouth, Verwood, Christchurch and Ashley Heath. Take a slight left, and stay on the A338 until you reach a roundabout. Take the second exit to A35/Wessex Way, and at the next roundabout take the first exit on to the B3066/Cambridge Road. Go straight over two further roundabouts, turning left at West Hill Road to reach the hotel.

Car Parking

This hotel has a limited amount of car parking spaces and these can be reserved at £5.00 per day. There is some on road parking and a nearby public car park, charges may apply for both.

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By Train

The train station is a short car journey away from the hotel taking about 5 - 10 minutes.

Dining




Food Hygiene 5 StarAt the Savoy’s wonderful restaurant, you’ll be able to select from a menu of traditional and modern meals to enjoy as you sit and look out over the gardens. Guests are also welcome to dine outside during good weather. The restaurant’s menu is changed regularly, allowing diners to choose from a variety of meals ranging from baked cod to vegetarian tarts, all washed down with a freshly-brewed coffee and after dinner mint.

Sample Table D'hôte Menu


Starters


Smoked Salmon Mousse
Smoked salmon blended with cream cheese served with dressed mixed leaves

Homemade Pea and Ham Soup
A fabulous soup finished with a swirl of cream and served with freshly made croutons

Grilled Flat Mushroom (v)
Filled with a fresh herb and stilton stuffing and served with balsamic glaze



Main Course


Baked Cod Florentine
Served on a bed of spinach with a white wine, cream and chive sauce and served with crushed herb potatoes

Butternut Squash, Spinach and Mozzarella Tart (v)
Savoury pastry filled with soft squash and lashings of cheese

Tarragon Chicken
Slow oven roasted chicken breast served with a tasty tarragon sauce and buttered potatoes



Dessert


Marbled Brownie
A moist pudding with a marbled ganache served warm and finished with pouring cream

Brandy Basket
A crisp and delicious basket filled with fresh fruit and ice cream

A selection of Ice Cream
Served with a crispy wafer

Freshly brewed Douwe Egberts Coffee and Mints



Why not upgrade?
To improve your dining experience and give you more choice we have introduced a new a la carte menu to supplement our Table D'hôte offering. Guests staying on any of our half board package breaks are now able to upgrade to our new a la carte menu for a reduced rate. Bon appetit.

This hotel is ideal for:

  • Restaurants
  • Leisure

The Savoy Hotel

The ideal destination for a coastal holiday, The Savoy Hotel stands in a prime position overlooking the South Beach in Bournemouth. All of the best attractions of the UK’s most popular coastal resort are just a stone’s throw away, and if you prefer lazy afternoons on the sand then you’ll not be disappointed by Bournemouth’s seven miles of clean sandy beaches.

The Savoy is an Edwardian building, with plenty of space both inside and out. The lounge is the perfect place to meet with friends on a rainy day, and when it’s dry you can relax outside on the sun terrace. The outdoor swimming pool is a favourite feature with guests, and the beautifully landscaped gardens include a croquet lawn.

The hotel has something for everyone, and plenty to keep you on site, though you’ll find it hard to resist the temptation to enjoy some of Bournemouth’s attractions. A short stroll into the town centre will put you in amongst a variety of unique and unusual shops, and the historic pier is a delight with its arcade games and children’s rides, restaurant and theatre. From the pier, you can also enjoy boat trips to take in the local landscape.

Facilities

  • Night porter
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Car Parking
  • Check in time 3 pm
  • Check out time 10 am

Get in touch

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Photograph of John, Hotel Manager of The Savoy Hotel Hotel

John, Hotel Manager

A Warm Welcome To The Savoy Hotel…

We offer three-star accommodation in the heart of Bournemouth. With seven miles of golden sands and sparkling sea, the vibrant cosmopolitan town of Bournemouth has it all - a vast variety of shops, restaurants, buzzing nightlife and endless countryside with beautiful award winning gardens and watersports galore. This landmark hotel combines traditional British design with contemporary style. Located in a superb cliff top location, this elegant Edwardian building features a spacious restaurant enjoying garden views, The West Hill Brasserie and the stylish Edwardian lounge, a conference suite and a large panoramic terrace overlooking the landscape gardens and outdoor swimming pool, perfect for relaxing breaks and celebrating.

 

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What some of our guests have to say…

Customer Rating:
Date Stayed:
03/09/2013

What a lovely stay we had first class service lovely food beautiful room beautiful weather beautiful view very clean and comfortable could not fault it at all will certainly come again.

Sandra Harness Hull, Yorkshire
Customer Rating:
Date Stayed
20/07/2013

Brilliant staff, particularly Bernadette, who made sure my wife had gluten free food. The food was good and varied . The bar and staff were good and reasonable in price. The only comment I would make is the floorboards in room 124 creak terrible. However for four nights it was tolerable. Would we go again, definitely. Would we recommend to friends, yes.

Ray Blakeley London
Customer Rating:
Date Stayed:
21/01/2013

My daughter and I have stayed at The Savoy a few times now, quite honestly we wouldn't stay anywhere else in Bournemouth. Staff are excellent, polite and friendly. Entertainment is first class and is one of the reasons we chose this hotel initially and we haven't been disappointed. Superior rooms are great, spacious and very clean. The food is good but table d'hôte menu could do with a change. Has been the same every time we have visited. Can honestly recommend The Savoy.

Cynthia Barnes High Wycombe




Our location on the south beach is one of our big selling points. The Savoy Hotel is positioned in a superb cliff top location, epitomising the elegant Victorian architecture for which Bournemouth is famous. With the hotel in a stunning location it is ideal for small conferences and meetings.

Our Board Room is based on the ground floor. This room is perfect for small meetings and conferences. The room has plenty of large windows, where natural day light can flood the room. We can accommodate up to 14 people. The room has been refurbished to a high standard and is ideal for hire during the day or evening. The room has a 50 inch plasma television screen and we can provide flipcharts and a DVD player.

Conference Suite Capacities Conference Room Dimensions
Theatre Boardroom U-Shape Classroom Sit-Down Dinner Length Width Height
- 14 - - - 10.5 7.50 3.40

The Boardroom has disabled access. All dimensions are in meters.