We have two Portsmouth hotels, one in the city centre itself at Gunwharf Quays and a second one just under a mile away from the centre.
Whichever of our Portsmouth hotels you stay in, you’ll be located close to the historic dockyard. This dockyard is home to the famous HMS Warrior 1860. This was the first iron warship built and a popular tourist attraction in the city. If you’re visiting Portsmouth, make time for a trip and get some photos of this remarkable piece of history.
Portsmouth is home to no fewer than ten museums and art galleries. Unsurprisingly, these include the Royal Marines Museum, D-Day Museum and Royal Naval Museum. But if your interests don’t lie in military history, you might prefer a visit to the Portsmouth National History Museum or the Portsmouth City Museum.
Sports fans could catch a Portsmouth FC football match or enjoy some golf on the city’s much celebrated driving range.
Theatregoers aren’t left out either. The city is home to the King’s Theatre, New Theatre Royal and Jongleurs Comedy Club, all venues that are more than capable of presenting a night of entertainment.
The City of Portsmouth has a railway station connecting it through direct services to Brighton, Cardiff, Basingstoke and London. Southampton airport is just over 20 miles away and the city is conveniently located for drivers thanks to the A3 and M27 motorway. So if you’re heading to the south coast, whether for business or pleasure, let us make you at home in the heart of Portsmouth.