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  • Great for:
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Hotel Overview

At a glance

  • 68 bedrooms
  • Great location for town and beaches
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Snooker room
  • Live entertainment
  • Free Wifi in bedrooms and throughout the hotel
  • 24-hour reception
  • Check in 3pm
  • Check out 10am
  • On-site parking – booking advised

The bustling town of Bournemouth needs little introduction as one of Britain’s favourite seaside destinations. With its golden sands, tropical gardens and panoramic coastal views, this vibrant resort is a great location to relax and unwind by the sea.

The Bay Majestic is the perfect base from which to explore, with 68 comfortable rooms and a host of facilities to keep you entertained. The hotel’s outdoor swimming pool provides the perfect spot to relax and soak up the sun or enjoy a refreshing dip in the heat of the day. Towards the evening, the welcoming bar is abuzz with conversation while the snooker room, generously sized ballroom and a great programme of evening entertainment ensure there’s always plenty to do without the need to venture far.


The hotel is in a superb location just minutes from Bournemouth’s stunning coastline and seven miles of award-winning beaches. With its own microclimate, the bay boasts some of the warmest sea temperatures across the UK and offers jaw-dropping views to the Isle of Wight and the Purbecks. Hire a deck chair or sunbed and spend the day relaxing in stunning surroundings, or stroll along the pier and take in the fantastic views while you enjoy a tasty ice cream or hot fresh donut.

You’ll find so much to do close by, with galleries, museums, arcades, crazy golf and a fabulous selection of local shops, boutiques and eateries to fill your day. The town enjoys a bustling nightlife with theatres, comedy clubs, cinemas, gigs and shows offering a dazzling programme of entertainment that continues well into the night.

Bournemouth is also home to more than 2,000 acres of lush gardens and tranquil parks that offer visitors a stunning array of colours, textures, variations and scents. There’s something new to see all year round with so many areas to discover. These range from the Victorian Upper, Central and Lower Gardens, which are Grade II listed, to the award-winning Alum Chine tropical garden, which boasts a plethora of unusual exotic plants and offers breath-taking views of the Bay.

 
 

Double Bill Tribute weekends 

Don't miss out on a memorable weekend of amazing entertainment with our double bill tribute weekends!

Friday 9th November - Dolly Parton/Johnny Cash

Friday 16th November - Dianna Ross/Lionel Richie

Friday 7th December - Frankie Valli/Cliff Richard

Friday 14th December - Elvis/Tom Jones

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Great offers available at this hotel

Room Types

The hotel has 68 rooms split across two room types, offering different levels of facility. All rooms feature a comfy bed, television, en suite and tea and coffee making facilities as standard, with additional amenities in higher graded rooms, please click the individual room types below for more information.

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Standard Room

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Standard Plus Room

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Premier Room

Location & Useful Information

Address

Bay Majestic Bournemouth Hotel

Derby Road

Bournemouth

BH1 3QE

Phone

01202 294 771

Important Information

Directions: From the A31 – Take the Ashley Heath Roundabout exit, left onto the A338 towards Bournemouth. After 9 miles turn left at the St Pauls Roundabout onto the A35 towards Town Centre (E) and East Cliffe, after the second roundabout take a slight left onto Manor Road and turn left at the junction to stay on the road. Turn left at the first roundabout and the entrance to the hotel will be on your right.

The Majestic Bournemouth has a car park with 18 pre boo-able spaces , these can be reserved at £6.00 per day. Advance booking is strongly recommended. There is on street parking nearby but charges may apply and on-street parking can be difficult to find in Bournemouth

Local Attractions

Bournemouth Aviation Museum

The museum hosts a fantastic collection of airplanes and helicopters from many eras. Bournemouth's aviation museum invites you to view many different types of airplanes, from the famous English Electric Lightning to their newest exhibit – the Jet Provost. Not only do you get to view these spectacular feats of engineering, you also sit inside some of them too. The museum also hosts a shop with great gifts and memorabilia.

Brownsea Island

The Island, which is located in Poole harbour, boasts amazing wildlife, as well as relaxing scenic walks and trails. Famous for its red squirrels, you can also enjoy a shoreline ramble and discover other amazing creatures that inhabit the island. There is a new public camping option available for the experienced camper and lagoon guided walks. You can also admire the stunning harbour view by visiting the Villano Café gardens. 

Bournemouth Oceanarium

The Bournemouth aquarium plays host to many different creatures, from sea turtles to jellyfish, stingrays to clownfish, and even sharks. Look out for feeding time when you can watch penguins and otters grab a lunch break, as well as listen to the feeding talks given by the aquarium's trained staff. Refreshments are available during your visit, and you can also take advantage of the amazing panoramic view from Bay View Terrace. 

Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum

At the turn of the 20th century Merton Russell-Cotes bought an amazing house for his wife Annie's birthday on a clifftop that overlooked the sea. The began their collection on their travels around the world, amassing beautiful items and pieces of art that were stored in this wonderful picturesque house over the sea. Not just a home anymore, both the art gallery and museum showcase an amazing collection, including statues and paintings.

The Lower Gardens

With an amazing display of flowers, the Lower Gardens offers a picturesque walk, showcasing a dazzling combination of beautiful colours. Only five minutes’ walk from the main shopping centre and the beach, the Lower Gardens also has lots of activities and events, ranging from music to art exhibitions. After a gentle stroll, you can relax and listen to music from the Pine Walk bandstand or visit the aviary. A large rock garden built in the 1930s is also on site, together with a fun crazy golf course.

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