Have you ever wondered what it’s like inside the most expensive hotel rooms in Bournemouth? 

The most expensive hotels in Bournemouth on Booking.com start at just under £200 but would you splash the cash to stay in one?

From panoramic sea views to freestanding baths and  balconies, these hotels are the epitome of lavish glamour. Here's how the other half live: 


King one-bedroom suite with sea view

£498 - with breakfast

Bournemouth Echo:

The iconic Hilton in Bournemouth is just a five-minute walk from the pier and town centre.

For an jaw-dropping £498 you can spend a night in the king suite and get acess to the heated indoor swimming pool, fitness centre and health club. 

Bournemouth Echo:

The suite has two TV's, a king-size bed and a huge lounge and dining area with panormaic views across the town.

The en-suite bathroom boasts a freestanding bath and a massive walk in shower, so you can relax after a day of shopping.

Bournemouth Echo:

For more than the average Brit's weekly wage a one night stay here is for the wealthy, or you'll have to save up for a while to afford it.

The hotel boasts the Schpoons and Forx restaurant, led by head chef Matt Budden and is also home to the LEVLE8IGHT sky bar. 

Derby Manor

Large executive double

£224 - with breakfast

Bournemouth Echo:

The Derby Manor in Boscombe is a crushed velvet  paradise and is ideal for people who really want to know they are spending a lot of money. 

A large executive double room in this boutique guesthouse will set you back £224.

Bournemouth Echo:

With quirky features like an extra-long, extra-large double bed and roll top bathtub with a huge walk-in shower a stay here is filled with oppulence. 

The Royal Bath Hotel and Spa

Double room with sea views

£191 - with breakfast

Bournemouth Echo:

Opened on Queen Victoria's coronation day in June 1838 the Royal Bath Hotel and Spa was the first hotel in Bournemouth and is seeminly fit for royalty.

As one of the most popular hotels in the town thanks to it's practically beach front location, The Royal Bath has three restaurants and a health spa. 

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At a tear-jerking price of £191 you could stay in a double bedroom for one night at the hotel.

Described as 'classically decorated' this hotel is traditional in all senses of the word, including down to the old-fashioned TV in this premium room. 

The Cumberland Hotel - Oceanna Collection

Superior Double Room with Balcony and Sea View

£196 - with breakfast and dinner

Bournemouth Echo:

If you've got the cash to splash then maybe you could afford to stay at the four star luxury Cumberland Hotel which was awarded  the 'best large hotel' 2018 in the Bournemouth Tourism Awards.

Heralded as 'fantastic' by previous customers, the hotel boasts a 'wonderful restaurant' and 'amazing, friendly staff'. 

Bournemouth Echo:

If you're willing to part with £196 for a one night stay here you could stay in the superior double room that offers a large bed and seating area with a basic en suite, plus a balcony overlooking the sea.

Forest Park Country Hotel

Presidential Suite


Bournemouth Echo:

A little out of Bournemouth, the Forest Park Country Hotel in Brockenhurst had to feature on the list as one of the most expensive places to stay.

At a whopping £309 per night, dare I say this hotel is a good price for what you get?

Located in the heart of the New Forest, just under 20 miles away from Bournemouth town centre, the hotel is great for people wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of the town. 

Bournemouth Echo:

The presidential suite in this tudor renaissance hotel is extra special, with a-pex doors opening out onto your own private balcony. 

The room itself has a large king size bed with dressing table and lounge area whilst the balcony has views out on to the large landscaped garden and forest beyond.

Bournemouth Echo:

Boasting an enormous en suite bathroom with a free stnading bath, thermostatic walk-in shower and complimentary robe and slippers it wouldn't be hard to feel affluent here.

All prices correct at the time of publishing for a one night stay on Saturday 21 November 2020.

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