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4.2/5 2076 reviews
Herbert Walker Avenue, Hampshire, Southampton

SO15 1AG, United Kingdom

Reservations 1 888 HOLIDAY (1 888 465 4329)

Front Desk 44-2380-179600


1.35 mi (2.17km) from City Center
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4.3/5 1956 reviews
Adanac Park, Redbridge Lane, Nursling, Southampton

SO16 0YP, United Kingdom

Reservations 1 888 HOLIDAY (1 888 465 4329)

Front Desk 44-371-9021550


4.45 mi (7.16km) from City Center
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4.2/5 2507 reviews
Botley Road - West End, Southampton

SO30 3XA, United Kingdom

Reservations 1 888 HOLIDAY (1 888 465 4329)

Front Desk 44-2382-514000


5.02 mi (8.08km) from City Center
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4.1/5 1487 reviews
Leigh Road, Southampton, Eastleigh

SO50 9PG, United Kingdom

Reservations 1 888 HOLIDAY (1 888 465 4329)

Front Desk 44-2380-626000


5.07 mi (8.16km) from City Center
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4.1/5 1557 reviews
Cartwright Drive, Titchfield, Hampshire, Fareham

PO15 5RJ, United Kingdom

Reservations 1 888 HOLIDAY (1 888 465 4329)

Front Desk 44-1329-745600


10.43 mi (16.78km) from City Center
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4.5/5 1636 reviews
Telegraph Way, Morn Hill, Winchester

SO21 1HZ, United Kingdom

Reservations 1 888 HOLIDAY (1 888 465 4329)

Front Desk 44-1962-670700


14.22 mi (22.88km) from City Center
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4.6/5 1619 reviews
Eastern Road, Farlington, Portsmouth

PO6 1UN, United Kingdom

Reservations 1 888 HOLIDAY (1 888 465 4329)

Front Desk 44-371-9021580


19.16 mi (30.83km) from City Center
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4.1/5 2072 reviews
The Plaza, Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth

PO1 3FD, United Kingdom

Reservations 1 888 HOLIDAY (1 888 465 4329)

Front Desk 44-3333-209360


20.83 mi (33.52km) from City Center
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4.1/5 2058 reviews
Pembroke Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire

PO1 2TA, United Kingdom

Reservations 1 888 HOLIDAY (1 888 465 4329)

Front Desk 44-3333-209345


21.23 mi (34.16km) from City Center
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4.5/5 762 reviews
Old Common Road, Black Dam, Basingstoke

RG21 3PR, United Kingdom

Reservations 1 877 2 CROWNE (1 877 227 6963)

Front Desk 44-1256-460460


30.92 mi (49.75km) from City Center
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4.2/5 961 reviews
Grove Road, Hampshire, Basingstoke

RG21 3EE, United Kingdom

Reservations 1 888 HOLIDAY (1 888 465 4329)

Front Desk 44-1256-856900


31.28 mi (50.33km) from City Center
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4.5/5 464 reviews
22 Bath Road, Bournemouth

BH1 2NS, United Kingdom

Reservations 1 888 HOLIDAY (1 888 465 4329)

Front Desk 44-1202-291266


32.05 mi (51.57km) from City Center
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4.1/5 1753 reviews
Walking Field Lane, Dorset, Poole

BH15 1RZ, United Kingdom

Reservations 1 888 HOLIDAY (1 888 465 4329)

Front Desk 44-1202-649222


37.06 mi (59.63km) from City Center
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4.5/5 1488 reviews
Mid Summer Place, Solstice Park, Near Amesbury, Wiltshire

SP4 7SQ, United Kingdom

Reservations 1 888 HOLIDAY (1 888 465 4329)

Front Desk 44-345-2413535


40.9 mi (65.81km) from City Center
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High Street, Hampshire

High Street, Hampshire, United Kingdom

Reservations 1 877 666 3817

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12.0 mi (19.31km) from City Center
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New Forest, Hampshire

BH25 6QS, United Kingdom

Reservations 1 877 666 3817

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22.36 mi (35.98km) from City Center
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4 Grove Road, Bournemouth

BH1 3AX, United Kingdom

Reservations 1 877 666 3817

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32.29 mi (51.95km) from City Center
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Mill Lane, Sidlesham, West Sussex

PO20 7NB, United Kingdom

Reservations 1 877 666 3817

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36.38 mi (58.54km) from City Center
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Visiting Southampton – A City Guide

Southampton has an impressive range of cultural offerings from museums and art galleries, to parks and concert halls. And though many flock here simply to board their cruise, this thriving city is also home to some of the biggest shopping centres and liveliest nightlife in southern England.
 

Southampton: city layout

Being a major port city, central Southampton suffered major damage during World War II. The city centre today is mostly packed with modern buildings and where you’ll find the majority of shops, pubs and restaurants. South of the centre, Southampton Docks is an important terminal for cruise ships and ferries to the Isle of Wight. East of the centre, former docklands area Ocean Village is fast becoming a new waterside leisure district, brimming with cinemas, cafés, bars and restaurants. North of the centre, the Cultural Quarter is a focal point for museums, theatres and galleries.
 

What to see in Southampton

While much of central Southampton is modern, reminders of the past remain there. You can walk along stretches of the original medieval city walls and visit the old stone Bargate, once the entrance to the city. Also dotted around the centre are monuments bearing witness to the city’s maritime significance. The Mayflower Memorial in harbourside Mayflower Park honours the Pilgrim Fathers, who sailed from Southampton to the New World in 1620. You can also pay respects at the Titanic Engineer Officers Memorial in East Park, which remembers those who perished aboard the ill-fated liner in 1912.


The concierge recommends…

  • Celebrating the area’s links with aviation history, in particular with the iconic Spitfire fighter plane, at the Solent Sky Museum.
  • Gaining insight into how people once lived by touring the restored period rooms in the half-timbered Tudor House and Garden.
  • Learning about the city’s ties with the sea at the SeaCity Museum, and discovering the history of the RMS Titanic, which sailed from Southampton on its first and only voyage.
  • Appreciating eight centuries of Western art at Southampton City Art Gallery, where the centrepiece is a fine collection of contemporary British works.


Hotels in Southampton

Southampton has a range of accommodation options to suit every taste and budget. You can stay in large modern hotels geared toward business travellers, or pick from a range of short-stay apartments and bed and breakfasts that make perfect bases for any leisurely city break.
 

Many hotels and apartments are located in the city centre, placing you close to the port and most restaurants, pubs and shops. New hotels are appearing in the rejuvenated former docklands area of Ocean Village. If you choose to stay in the western suburbs, you’ll be in a quieter residential neighbourhood near the M27 motorway and some out-of-town businesses, but still around a 10-minute drive or a short bus journey from the city centre. Staying in the eastern suburbs or in Eastleigh puts you close to both the M27 and Southampton Airport (SOU).
 

Eating Out in Southampton

Dining options in Southampton cover all bases, from bars and pubs to trendy cafés and fine-dining restaurants. As in other British cities, restaurants serving Indian, Chinese and Italian cuisine are very popular, as is traditional ‘pub grub’ in a local public house.


Central Southampton is a happy hunting ground for places to eat. Try looking along Oxford Street, a trendy a popular meeting point lined with numerous bistros and cafés. You’ll also find an increasing number of waterside eateries at up-and-coming Ocean Village, a redeveloped former docklands district now home to modern wine bars and restaurants. There are more cafés close to smart attractions in the Cultural Quarter. Outer suburbs to the east and west of the centre have fewer restaurants, but you will find plenty of pubs here serving traditional British food.


The chef recommends...

  • Fish and chips: White fish, traditionally cod or haddock, fried in crispy batter and served with chunky chips (French fries).
  • Sunday roast: A large joint of roasted beef, lamb or pork, carved into slices and eaten for lunch. Served with roast potatoes, vegetables and various ‘trimmings’ (mint sauce with lamb; apple sauce with pork; English mustard and horseradish with beef).
  • Bangers and mash: Traditional English sausages (usually pork), served in many pubs with puréed potato and onion gravy.
  • Trout: Some of the country’s finest trout are caught locally in the River Test, and sold both fresh and smoked.


Shopping in Southampton

As the region’s largest city, Southampton is a major shopping hub with indoor centres, retail parks and department stores. Besides familiar British chains, you’ll find plenty of independent outlets and boutiques. Haggling over prices is not common, although in some shops you can ask for discounts on multiple purchases.
 

Southampton’s shopping centres around pedestrianised Above Bar Street, as well as London Road and High Street. WestQuay shopping centre is home to over 100 stores on three levels, while The Marlands has another 50. You’ll find more big stores at nearby West Quay Retail Park, while central East Street is a ‘speciality shopping’ district filled with quirky boutiques. For small outlets, head north of the centre to Bedford Place. You can also try The Boutique Village in the western suburbs, which is home to 150 independent retailers – ideal if you’re in the market for gifts like handmade toys or craft jewellery.
 

Top markets in Southampton

  • Bargate Market sets up beside the city gate on High Street each Friday and Saturday, offering a mix of local produce, handicrafts and international food stalls.
  • A more traditional market arrives in the eastern suburb of Bitterne Village every Wednesday, with stalls selling local produce, clothing, shoes and flowers.
  • A similar locals’ market is held on Thursdays along the High Street in the western suburb of Shirley.
  • A German-style Christmas Market appears on Above Bar Street in mid-November and runs until December 23. It features seasonal crafts and gifts, festive music and freshly barbecued German sausages.


Culture & Nightlife in Southampton

Southampton has a thriving cultural scene with museums, art galleries and theatres. The nightlife is also eclectic and caters to most tastes, whether you’re looking for a traditional British pub or a modern cocktail bar. You’ll have a wide choice of nightclubs if you want to dance into the night.
 

Much of Southampton’s daytime cultural attractions are located in the city centre, as are the city’s older and more traditional pubs and bars. Just north of the centre, the Cultural Quarter is home to museums and theatres. East of the centre, waterside Ocean Village is an up-and-coming cultural destination with multi-screen cinemas and plenty of modern bars and clubs. After dark, you’ll find a cluster of lively bars and clubs aimed at a younger crowd in the area north of the Cultural Quarter, bordered by London Road, Carlton Crescent and Bedford Place.
 

Theatres and concert halls in Southampton

  • Take in a show or a concert at the Mayflower Theatre, one of the largest theatres in southern England, which has the space to present big productions from West End musicals to ballets and opera.
  • Located on the university campus, the Nuffield Theatre features theatrical performances that vary from Shakespeare to contemporary drama and regularly books touring stand-up comedians.
  • Turner Sims concert hall hosts regular classical and jazz concerts by big international artists.
  • The O2 Guildhall offers a diverse programme with shows by internationally famous rock bands, stand-up comedians and classical orchestral performances.


Visiting Southampton with a Family

Whatever the weather, you’ll find a wide range of fun ways to keep the children entertained in and around Southampton. You can visit museums to learn about the city’s past, or head to free parks where they can burn off excess energy. They can even try their hand at a range of winter sports.
 

Children will love the old aircraft displayed at the Solent Sky Museum and can find out about the city’s links to the creation of the Spitfire. For a maritime history lesson, the exhibits at the SeaCity Museum include an interactive 1:25 scale model of the RMS Titanic. Whether they are novices or seasoned pros, kids of all ages can slip on a helmet and goggles for year-round skiing or snowboarding at the Alpine Snowsports Centre. Or if you just want them to run around a little, the city’s interlinked Central Parks have acres of space for young ones to run around in safety.
 

Family fun day trips from Southampton

  • Younger children will want to visit Peppa Pig World at Paultons Park Theme Park, where you can choose from around 60 rides and attractions.
  • North of the city, Marwell Zoo’s residents include penguins and tigers, all housed in a peaceful woodland setting with three adventure playgrounds.
  • At Go Ape Southampton in Itchen Valley Country Park, children can don safety harnesses to cross high ropes, crawl through tunnels and whizz through the treetops on a zip line.
  • Board the Red Funnel catamaran and in 25 minutes you can be on the Isle of Wight, heading for one of its sandy beaches.

Top Rated Southampton Hotels


Overall good experience
By krishuk
Hotel facilities were good, jacuzzi didn't work but overall good experience. Would be good to let the guests know that the price of breakfast buffet will increase if bought next day morning so that [More] customers can decide. I did inform the reception but was charged £16.90 per adult but the lady when i checked in told us £10 per person. [Less]
Fareham visit
By Funky25
As a spire member I visit a lot of IHG hotels and I rarely write a review but this hotel and service was so good that I wanted to recognise that. Lovely room, gym / pool and bar areas. Only ate [More] breakfast but it was lovely. Had a few drinks at the bar and the two ladies who served us were lovely. Loved this hotel, had to get a taxi into town which the hotel organised, but will definately stay again. thank you [Less]
Superb stay
By Helsinki52
Stayed at this hotel many times. Had my first stay for 4 years and the hotel and staff seem to have undergone a complete refurb. It has always been a great place to stay but the service this time [More] seems to have improved greatly. The restaurant has had a refurb and is now light, bright and colourful- much better, there are many more options at breakfast including lots of healthy and gluten free choices. Staff are super friendly and eager to help. Have booked again for my next stay! [Less]
Excellent value, exceptional staff
By powhatan
The hotel has excellent facilities, which differentiates it from many other hotels in the area. The staff are extremely helpful, with particular mention of Jake in front of house. [Less]
Location
By Nvrumnd
Not a bad location for visiting Paultins Park (£20 taxi). Friendly and helpful staff. Nice open bar area with a well stocked bar. Good swimming pool, the steam and sauna are a great addition. The [More] rooms could do with an update and some sound deadening. [Less]
Great Overnight Stay
By Swindon Dom
Chose this hotel for the easy parking, easy access to the motorway but far enough away not to hear it. Good room, good breakfast and reception staff who were interested in us - on our way to catch a [More] ship. Twenty minutes easy walk through quiet roads to the Swan Shopping Centre to kill time in the morning. In addition, a comfortable lounge with complementary newspapers. [Less]
Rest and Relax
By Shedevans
This is the second time my partner and I have stayed here on a combined business and pleasure trip. Overall a great, well looked after hotel with a pleasant reception, bar and dining area. Staff [More] are mostly very helpful and friendly. The food is good quality. This time, I noted after a barrel was changed that the cider was of a poor - vinegary flavour. Definitely not the same quality as we had been drinking throughout our stay. We did mention this to the night porter on duty who served us. However, he made an excuse saying cider can differ from place to place. Yes, it can, but we had the same cider all night from this bar! After complaining about it to the night porter we swapped to an alternate bottled cider. We both experienced upset stomachs by the morning. We did mention to the kind man on reception on check out and to be fair, he, after checking us out, immediately took action to prevent further sales of this barrel of cider therefore preventing others from experiencing the same problem. It's only a minor negative, but if the night porter had acted in a pro- active manner, we could have avoided the stomach issues perhaps. That aside, this hotel is a pleasure to stay in and in a lovely location. [Less]
Very good
By Juliemr2red
We upgraded our room , which looked out over the sea, room was very large and comfortable, , staff were extremely helpful and couldn’t do enough to help you, breakfast was very nice. Great choice. [More] Only downside was the shower was not very good. [Less]
Good overall
By jared95
Stayed with a cruise packege which was the usual well organised stay. Would recommend although it is getting expensive. [Less]

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