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Holiday Inn Southampton

No heat in the roomss

Hotel overrides the individual room setting....only cold air came out.. Restaurant was so slow and food mediocre.

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5 months ago

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Holiday Inn Express Southampton M27 Jct7

Nice hotel, a bit out of the way from So'ton

Unimpressive, dismissive front desk man.Travelling with 90 year old mother, waited for room availability next to reception as we were early, the man could have informed us when housekeeping updated room availability, but did not bother. Only when others arrived and he checked them in did we know rooms were available. Travel extensively and expect better from a Holiday Inn. A bad first impression is lasting and did not book there for my return trip. Could use some customer service training. Otherwise a nice hotel.

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1 year ago

4

Best Western Chilworth Manor Hotel

Beautiful building and grounds

Loved the building, has a lot of character. Decent location but really a car to get around. No trouble with parking, good value.

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11 months ago

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Old Thorns Manor Hotel

Nice hotel but housekeeping a bit hit and miss

Always wanted to stay here. Sprawling golfers' hotel and business conference venue with a spa that is popular with groups of ladies on Day Spa visits. Comfortable room and a great breakfast. Service OK, except housekeeping which is a bit hit and miss. For our first 2 days the bed wasn't made properly. The duvet was simply pulled up - sheets weren't flattened and pillows and our PJs were untouched. On the 3rd day it was done properly. Also, the electronic program guide on the TV didn't work. I reported it to Reception when we arrived but it still wasn't fixed 4 days later when we left. The hotel has a large swimming pool and poolside seating area which is nice, also a large jacuzzi with a waterfall above, but the waterfall doesn't work when you press the button to operate it. Overall, the hotel needs to be better looked after by staff with better attention to detail. On the plus side, because of the decline from previously very high standards you can stay here for quite a reasonable price these days, especially on a weekday. It's not busy, except for the crowds of golfers and they are all outside.

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11 months ago

Activities and entertainment in Hampshire

Whether you're traveling solo or with the entire family in tow, you can find something fun to do in Hampshire. Hit the rides at Richmond Leisure before filling up on indulgent treats. For a different kind of rush, catch a game or concert at Saint Mary's Stadium.

For a relaxing bit of fun, head to the theaters at Cineworld Cinemas - Southampton and Harbour Lights Picturehouse. Pink Broadway Ltd is always on hand to help you relax and forget about work for a while.


Where to eat in Hampshire

Hampshire is home to plenty of eateries designed for grabbing a snack or digging into a serious meal. Among them are The Red Lion, Turtle Bay, Gusto Lounge and Oxfords Bar Restaurant. All are also good options for resting your feet between sightseeing excursions. So pull up a chair, take a load off, and maybe even try a new dish or two.


Nightlife in Hampshire

After dinner or long days of sightseeing, you can pull up a barstool at Park Inn and The Wellington Armsto enjoy a refreshing cocktail or nightcap. And cutting a rug on the dance floor is always an option.


Shopping in Hampshire

You can't bring everything with you. Luckily, Marlands Shopping Centre and Argos Southampton West Quay are around in case of the unexpected — you can pick up formalwear, casual looks and accessories while in Hampshire.

If your headphones break — or if they don't match your outfit — the gadgets at hmv are on hand to keep you connected and looking high-tech.


Arts and culture in Hampshire

Put a little culture on your itinerary in Hampshire. The exhibits at Solent Sky, Solent Sky and SeaCity Museum are good places to soak it in and do some people watching.

You can also learn a thing or two in Hampshire — just dive into the books at Southampton Central Library and Shirley Library.


Activities and entertainment in Hampshire

Whether you're traveling solo or with the entire family in tow, you can find something fun to do in Hampshire. Hit the rides at Richmond Leisure before filling up on indulgent treats. For a different kind of rush, catch a game or concert at Saint Mary's Stadium.

For a relaxing bit of fun, head to the theaters at Cineworld Cinemas - Southampton and Harbour Lights Picturehouse. Pink Broadway Ltd is always on hand to help you relax and forget about work for a while.


Getting to Hampshire

If you're flying in, head for Bournemouth Airport — it's one of Hampshire's main transportation hubs.


Best times to visit Hampshire

Orbitz offers some great deals all year round, but you can really stretch your travel budget during December, February and January. These months offer respective savings of about 28%, 24% and 24%.


Getting to Hampshire

If you're flying in, head for Bournemouth Airport — it's one of Hampshire's main transportation hubs.


Where to eat in Hampshire

Hampshire is home to plenty of eateries designed for grabbing a snack or digging into a serious meal. Among them are The Red Lion, Turtle Bay, Gusto Lounge and Oxfords Bar Restaurant. All are also good options for resting your feet between sightseeing excursions. So pull up a chair, take a load off, and maybe even try a new dish or two.