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Less than 10 minutes’ walk from Clarence Pier in Portsmouth, this historically listed building is in Bellevue Terrace.
The Queens Hotel is an Edwardian building just 5 minutes walk from the beach and sits opposite Southsea Common. Espresso martinis were lovely. All staff were helpful and friendly
Standing on Southsea’s seafront since 1866, The Best Western Royal Beach Hotel offers magnificent views across the Solent and is just 98 feet from the beach. Comfortable bed and nice sized room and a nice location
Located by the sea front, the Holiday Inn Portsmouth offers a lobby, a bar and a restaurant. location , size of the family room
Just a 5-minute stroll from Southsea beach and 10 minutes from the South Parade Pier, Florence Suite Boutique Hotel and Restaurant provides luxury accommodations. Great place with beautiful garden, very friendly staff (because of covid we didn't contact a...
The Somerset House Hotel has been restored to the original splendor of its Edwardian roots. It offers boutique rooms with free Wi-Fi and free parking, just 1312 feet from Southsea Beach. The breakfast menu offers a wide choice of cooked items and this was cheerfully and quickly served.
Located just minutes from Southsea seafront and the center of Portsmouth, Florence House is Portsmouth’s original boutique hotel, offering free WiFi and free parking. This is my 3 visit here and love it.
Just a 5-minute stroll from Southsea beach and 10 minutes from the South Parade Pier, Florence Gardens Boutique Hotel and Restaurant provides luxury accommodations. Breakfast was ok but could have done with more staff as restaurant was mad.
Set in Portsmouth, Southsea Rocks Hotel has a garden, a shared lounge and rooms with free WiFi access. The property is close to several noted attractions and around 1.2 mi from Portsmouth Cathedral. Located by the seashore and also very close to city centre. Great value for money.
Located close to Fratton and around 5 minutes' drive from Portsmouth city center, ibis budget Portsmouth is just 6 minutes’ drive from Southsea beach. The staff were extremely helpful in every way.
This modern hotel is in the middle of Portsmouth, just 1700 ft from Portsmouth and Southsea Train Station. The Ibis Hotel Portsmouth has a 24-hour snack menu, on-site parking and a stylish restaurant.... Whole environment, bar area is really good for a budget hotel.
Southseaa Inn is set in Portsmouth, within 1.4 mi of Mary Rose Museum and 3.7 mi of Port Solent. Around 1 mi from Portsmouth Cathedral, the property is also close to University of Portsmouth. I have stayed here many times due to work. The place is very clean, warm, and quiet.
The Seacrest Hotel is located on Southsea's seafront, looking out over award-winning gardens to the Solent and the Isle of Wight. Loved everything about this place. Staff was amazing, breakfast was great and included in our price!
Featuring a bar, garden and views of garden, Ye Spotted Dogge is located in Portsmouth, 0.9 mi from Mary Rose Museum. A simply super small hotel dating from 1523! Ian, the owner, was so friendly and helpful.
The Royal Maritime Club is just 5 minutes’ walk from the Gunwharf Quays waterfront development and Portsmouth’s Historic Dockyard. The place is great. The rooms are spaces and the breakfast is delicious as will.
This stylish hotel is located by Southsea seafront, 5 minutes’ walk from the beach. It offers unique rooms with free Wi-Fi, free parking and luxury buffet and a la carte breakfasts. The room was first class and the breakfast was superb!
Please improve signage and have one ticket office for all attractions with full information available on timings etc with the sales staff. We were sold tickets for the harbour tour 2 minutes before the last boat left, with a 5 minute plus walk to the embarkaction point!!!
You can spend days at this place. We spent 2 full days looking around in January 2018 and have just been back for another 2 days and to visit the submarine museum which we missed on our previous visit
You need a lot more time than you think there is an awful lot to see. As you go through ticket office there is a Costa Coffee, avoid this it has poor hygiene, the crockery and trays are really disgusting, There are lots of tea places inside the dockyard itself.
Visiting this place should be on your bucket list, its incredible and to walk on and in the different ships feels so special, to see the Mary Rose, wow!! Would love to go back soon! Price to see everything is really good for how much to get to see, well worth it.
Queues are crazy. One queue for revisitors and one for first time visitors. (Tickets valid for a year). If first time, (tesco clubcard is a bargain) consider getting them in the afternoon before your visit when queues have dropped and being in the shorter revisit queue next day. Gift shops really could do with reducing prices 15-20%. £3-4 a fridge magnet?!
Well I thought the 12 month pass was great value as one needed a lot of time. I spent 1 1/2 days there, doing a harbour cruise which was delightfully narrated with some humour., I also went across the harbour to see the submarine - very good. It was exceptionally close to my hotel, closer than mentioned s.o I walked the second day after taking the train the first time - our ticket was included with our trip from Southampton. It was only one stop to the area and I heard someone mention it cost 3 pounds 60 which I felt was a lot, but a saving for us.
Location is perfect for the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard