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Thames Street, The Quay, Poole, BH15 1JN, United Kingdom – Show map
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Hotel Du Vin Poole's staff speak: Polish, English, German
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Food & Drink
Bar, Restaurant (à la carte)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is possible on site (reservation is needed) and costs GBP 10 per day.
Room service, 24-hour front desk, Luggage storage
Non-smoking rooms, Facilities for disabled guests, Lift, Non-smoking throughout, Air conditioning
Polish, English, German
From 15:00 hours
Until 11:00 hours
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check the conditions of your required room.
Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
All children under 12 years are charged GBP 20 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/children's cots permitted in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. Charges may be applicable.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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With scenic views across Poole Harbour, this hotel offers boutique rooms, an award-winning restaurant and stylish cocktail bar.
Score from 358 reviews Fabulous
Situated on Poole Quay, this modern hotel overlooks Poole Harbour. Thistle Poole is a family-friendly hotel with 2 bars, a spacious terrace and an award-winning restaurant.
Score from 342 reviews Good
Situated on the Sandbanks Peninsula of Poole Harbour, this elegant hotel features a leisure centre, 2 restaurants and panoramic views of Poole Bay. There is also free Wi-Fi and a beauty spa.
Score from 729 reviews Very good
With direct access to a Blue Flag beach, this modern hotel provides spectacular views over the famous Sandbanks. It offers free Wi-Fi and has an award-winning restaurant, water sports and leisure...
Score from 624 reviews Very good
Friendly and helpful staff, excellent breakfast, comfortable and vibrant. We will definitely return.
Parking was a problem and the validation of a ticket in the local car park failed to work.
food reception staff
high costs of car parking noisy room
Reception polite and helpful Room, warm, spacious and clean Restaurant, food & staff excellent
Wine prices. Add a variety for the customer that isn't a wine buff!
Had an upgrade to a suite!
great customer service
incorrect billing at dinner, and the time to rectify this on departure, breakfast poor quality
Lovely comfortable room, great staff and service, good food reasonably priced. Red squirrels on Brownsea Island superb.
Poole is not an attractive town especially for shopping. The room was very warm and unfortunately someone kept going in to the corridor outside our room throughout the night to have conversations and phone calls.
As we had our dog with us, they had allocated us a ground floor room with enclosed outside terrace. This makes a good overnight stop with your pets before catching an early morning ferry to France. Not many hotels in Poole accept pets so this is perfect for us.
Nothing to speak of. Food & accomodation were excellent. The only downside for us was having ordered a bottle of 2013 Fleurie (young light red wine) priced at £28, the wine waiter insisted on serving it too warm ( 18degs/19 degs) arguing that this was normal!! On explaining that we prefer served a little cooler (15degs/16degs), normal temperature for this wine, she then proceeded to decant the wine into a carafe (without asking us to taste) & plonked it in an ice bucket!! Not a good experience for wine lovers!!!
Everything!!! loved the rooms and whole ambiance of the place...Staff were very helpful.Will definately stay again.
..check in time quite late...3pm check out time 11am..12 noon better considering such a late check in time.
Friendly, helpful and professional staff
Comfortable bed and a terrific shower. Good restaurant.
Pointless bath tub in the middle of the room and no drawers to put anything - just limited hanging space. Parking can be a problem. No lunch time snacks on a Sunday.
Friendly, courteous staff. Beautiful room, gorgeous bathroom. Fantastic evening meal. One of the best hotel breakfasts we've ever had!
Parking was a challenge. We had a large van which we'd hired to take our 'kids' to university and getting in and out of the small car park with a narrow entrance was quite an adventure!
Poor food, very dingy and depressing room and inconvenient central housing unit in room (studio). Initial room allocation was not what we expected or requested.
The outside terrace where lunch was served.
no dvd or cd players as in room description, yapping dog nearby and noise from something like freezer compressor below room, hallways were grubby, expected better of hotel du vin
Poor or no parking I have aston martin had put in the multi storey still a better option than the parking on site
Rooms were good - location excellent Food was excellent - service in the dining room was really good.
had to run cold tap for a long time before you got cold water - something not quite right with plumbing. When ordering a beer we were asked whether we wanted to upgrade which we thought was entirely pretentious having chosen from the drinks menu in the first place
comfortable well thought out rooms and decor . Helpful staff . Fab food and great ambience especially in dining room .
parking was a problem . very few spaces and first come first served basis . not great at the end of a tiring travel day .
We have stayed at the hotel many times in the past but will not be staying again because of the new very poor parking arrangements. In the past if you couldn't park in the small hotel car park your car was valet parked. This facility has now been withdrawn and you have to park in a National Car park some distance from the hotel at increased cost!
First time ever to be upgraded. Excellent room. Staff extremely helpful nothing was too much trouble.
Mmm. No compaints
Staff were friendly and very helpful. Food was excellent.
Our room was a bit on the small side, it didn't help with the very poor lighting. I couldn't see to dry my hair, as there was no light above the mirror.
Just a very pleasant hotel,good double bedroom. Patio at back of hotel lovley,food good. Bar staff very pleasant.
No space to park our car, you had to pay per night . The stairs and passageway to our room was a little tired looking .
Good location in the town. Good choice of meals – well presented and served. The bathroom was spacious and the room well-appointed although electrical sockets were not always best placed (for example there was no socket that allowed the hair dryer to be used in conjunction with the mirror).
In an old building such as this the rooms need soundproofing. The outside street is not busy but with a window direct to the street all street-noise is disturbing. Any movement on upper floors is amplified by creaking floorboards and entrance hall doors and stairs are noisy. Parking at the hotel is extremely limited and is not free for guests.
First stop on our tour of Dorset, Devon & Cornwall. Was going to stay at Sandbanks. Glad we didn't. Great location Great room, very comfortable Fantastic shower OMG. Pity we didn't partake of the restaurant and wine room. Look fantastic.
Stairs are very narrow to the room One of the packet English Breakfast tea's smelt like sardines. Change the brand.
The style, quality and location of the hotel. The wine list was extensive.
Car parking is a problem. We booked the most expensive room and I drive a very expensive car, yet had to park it off-site in a municipal multi-story car park as the on site facility was full. On site parking should be part of the De Luxe package. The food in the restaurant was distinctly average and both fish dishes ordered were over-cooked, compounded with the hotel not actually having any fish knives to eat it with. If we visit again, we will either eat out or choose a meat dish.
Food was excellent.
Room was excellent but could be improved with drawers, perhaps in bedside cabinets.
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