We stayed at the Grand Harbor the night before we boarded the Queen Mary 2 for a transatlantic... See full review
Sep 26, 2012
Good stay, some easy improvements
We stayed in a standard double on a sat night in March - paid £89 through a booking agent which was... See full review
Mar 11, 2014
With it's enviable location, yu'll find real modern magic in your stay at Grand Harbour - especially if you are heading off on a cruise the day after. This is the perfect pre Cruise hotel. You can't help but be impressed by the towering glass atrium as you arrive along with the award winning restaurants with their contemporary cuisine the serenity of the candlelit spa. (GW 11/2009) An iconic modern hotel with stunning glass atrium. It was built in the mid 1990's alongside Southampton's medieval town wall yet shares a real connection with the maritime history of this bustling port. The hotel overlooks Southampton Harbour, standing alongside the medieval town hall. It is easily accessible via the M3 and M27 motorways, and is 5 minutes from Southampton rail station and 15 minutes from the airport.
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There are 173 comfortable rooms at Grand Harbour with inland and sea views available. The striking en-suite rooms combine luxurious fittings and furniture. Guests are allocated as standard the Traditional Rooms - these are cosily furnished, with lots of little extras, like Playstations games, in-house movies and en-suite bathrooms with bath and shower. Other features include TV with selected Sky Channels, Internet connection, hairdryer and Iron and Ironing board.
24 hour room service
Car rental desk
RV or truck parking
Nearby points of interest
Southampton Central Station: 0.3 mi
Port of Southamtpon: 1.2 mi
Choose the intimate elegance of the Royal Bar or the informal setting of "Number 5". Number 5 Restaurant is the bustling Brasserie style restaurant with classic British cooking with a modern touch, and it offers views over the medieval walls of the city via the glass front. The Royal Bar and Atrium is a great place to laze away the day. With its plants, it's like sitting in an airy conservatory, perfect for a coffee or light lunch. It is on the ground floor of the hotel at the foot of the towering glass atrium. Find a sunny spot and browse through the morning papers over a croissant and coffee.
Terms and conditions
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We stayed in a standard double on a sat night in March - paid £89 through a booking agent which was good we felt. We booked this hotel due to a work function. The room was a good size offering tea and coffee, ironing board, iron, hair dryer and
tv. Currently the hotel is undergoing refurbishment and immediately in our room it sounded like someone was drilling through the wall next door. We were a little unimpressed given we had no warning of this and we were looking forward to peace away from the children. Fortunately it stopped just before 5pm and I guess they have to do the work sometime. The bathroom was nice but could have done with a good scrub with lime scale removed as there were thick marks around the taps, shower head and over the tiles. There was also some mould on the shower sealant. In the bedroom the duvet didn't fit the bed, the valance was hanging down too far on one side and the bed was rock hard. I'm presuming the refurbishment hadn't got as far as our room! Most of these points could have been easily solved had someone taken a little extra time and care. On the positive side, the bathroom wasn't awful enough not to use and the room was decent and warm. The staff on reception and in the restaurant were lovely and polite and the food was excellent. The breakfast is £10 each and worth the money. Another extra we were not told about is parking which is an additional £10 overnight. We would stay again.