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  • room2 Southampton

    room2 Southampton

    Southampton City Centre, Southampton

    Featuring a fitness center and a shared lounge, Room 2 Southampton is located in Southampton, 0.7 mi from Southampton Guildhall and 0.9 mi from The Mayflower Theater. Mice neat clean well located place

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    Avg. price/night: $97
    9.3 Awesome 203 reviews
  • THE PIG-in the wall

    THE PIG-in the wall

    Southampton City Centre, Southampton

    Well set in the Southampton City Centre of Southampton, THE PIG-in the wall provides air-conditioned rooms, a bar and free WiFi. The staff were enthusiastic, friendly and helpful. It has a nice, relaxed atmosphere. Hotel is in a great location.

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    Avg. price/night: $173
    9.4 Awesome 250 reviews
  • Southampton Harbour Hotel & Spa

    Southampton Harbour Hotel & Spa

    Southampton City Centre, Southampton

    Located in Southampton in the Hampshire Region, Southampton Harbor Hotel & Spa is just 1.1 mi from Southampton Guildhall. The hotel's spa facilities include a hot tub, pool and sauna. An outstanding place to stay while visiting Southampton, right next to the coast and shaped like a ship! =)

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    Avg. price/night: $154
    9.2 Awesome 525 reviews
  • Hilton at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton

    Hilton at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton


    Hilton at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton offers high-quality accommodations with views overlooking the famous cricket ground. Free parking is possible on site, and free WiFi can be accessed throughout. The bed was very comfortable. We stayed her last year and enjoyed it very much. Will likely stay again when we return to the UK.

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    Avg. price/night: $108
    8.8 Excellent 1,761 reviews
  • Jurys Inn Southampton

    Jurys Inn Southampton

    Southampton City Centre, Southampton

    Overlooking East Park, Jurys Inn has a 24-hour reception and a modern restaurant. The hotel is located in Southampton center, less than a mile from Southampton Central Railway Station. Love the clean, airy and bright. Very comfortable pillows, mattresse and duvet.

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    Avg. price/night: $67
    8.4 Very Good 3,799 reviews
  • Best Western Chilworth Manor Hotel

    Best Western Chilworth Manor Hotel


    Chilworth Manor is an impressive Edwardian manor house set in 12 acres of beautiful gardens. It has rooms with attached bathroom, a pool, a hot tub and free Wi-Fi. Very friendly helpful staff and the hotel and grounds are beautiful, it is an ideal wedding venue The indoor pool with jacuzzi, sauna and steam room included were an added bonus, next time I would try some spa treatments.

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    Avg. price/night: $67
    8.2 Very Good 1,463 reviews

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Historic Port of Walls

A departure point for Isle of Wight ferries and grand cruise liners including the Queen Mary 2, Southampton is understandably centered around its port. But even if you’re passing through, the city has more than enough to make you want to stay awhile. The Hythe Ferry from the port passes Netley, site of a ruined abbey, and ends at Hythe Pier, home to the world’s oldest pier train.

There is much older history in the city center where the 15th-century city walls are amongs the most complete in England. Also remaining is the medieval Bargate gatehouse.

Just behind is the Bargate Shopping Center, while main street stores in the city center and West Quay are other Southampton shopping choices. As for entertainment, the city has great theaters, and Oxford Street has the best bars and restaurants. All are easily reached from the apartments, B&Bs and hotels in Southampton available on

There is also a surprising amount of green space in the city and its central parks is a historic site. Slightly further out is Southampton Common, whose Urban Wildlife Centre is worth a visit.

If you’re flying out of Southampton Airport, don’t leave without having visited the Maritime Museum or Archaeology Museum, both detailing the history of this long-established city.