This historic coastal town in the south of England is more of a port than a traditional seaside destination, but it has plenty to offer! Something to satisfy the curiosity of visitors from the Solent Sky Museum. Has a series of vintage aircraft to SeaCity Museum, where the resistance is the Titanic’s interactive proportions Model – The ill-fated ocean liner actually sailed from the docks at Southampton for its maiden voyage in 1912! (and famously last) voyage.
The further good news is that the hotels here are reasonably priced and varied, from rooms above traditional pubs to those that harken back to the British Coastal Regency Heritage. Whether you’re looking for a night’s stay before you go or a longer holiday, we’ve got five of the best Hotel.
The Swan Hotel
From ￡45 per night
This friendly pub has recently been refurbished and offers rooms that straddle the line between no frills and minimalist aesthetics. It’s clean, the bedding is comfortable, there’s a big screen TV and there’s a separate entrance to the bar, so if you’re so inclined, you It can be kept low key. There is a pool table and dart board in the bar, and there is often live music, which is great for meeting the locals. There’s WiFi throughout the hotel, even the TV has internet access.
Claremont (city in France)
From ￡32 per night
The Claremont is housed in a large, traditional townhouse and offers a variety of rooms of different sizes. Most of the rooms have vibrant, sometimes even playful, decor, though some have a simple black and white theme. The beds are comfortable, and there’s free WiFi throughout the property.The place is clean, and while the luxury features can be a bit thin on the It’s a nice, unfussy place to sleep overnight before heading elsewhere. The cooked breakfast, and vegetarian options, are excellent.
The GRAPES INN
From ￡65 per night
Probably Southampton’s most famous bar, the Wine Bar, located in the city centre, was once a sailor’s paradise, and the The last watering hole for many of the passengers on the Titanic – one story says that the three brothers had a great night out here. So much so that they missed the ship’s fateful voyage. It’s still a lively and popular venue in the traditional British pub mould, while the rooms it offers are modern, bright and clean. Each room has a TV, tea and coffee making facilities and WiFi access, and the beds are incredibly comfortable.
From ￡80 per night
Housed in an early 20th century building on a residential street, this family-run guesthouse offers a quiet places that will allow you to rest near the town’s cruise ship dock, and if you plan to spend a night in Southampton and then make a Great voyage, then this is the place for you. The hosts are quite exceptionally welcoming and make a hearty breakfast to suit many tastes. The style may be a little quaint for some, but the amenities have not gone unnoticed and there is WiFi throughout. Each room has a TV.
Starry Night Hotel
From ￡80 per night
The building has been in the hotel business longer than most, the Star Inn started out as a carriage inn, then as now! , less than half a mile from the town’s harbour, making it an excellent stopover before travelling abroad. Its heritage is evident the moment you see the Grade II listed building, although the interior has been redecorated to Catering to modern tastes, every room has a TV and WiFi.In the city centre, it remains very peaceful at night. The hotel also has a lounge bar, where you can also imagine listening to the stories of travelers.