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Norfolk Royale Classic Hotel
Richmond Hill
Bournemouth
Dorset

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The Norfolk Royale Hotel is a fine example of the elegant buildings that grace the streets of Bournemouth and once the 19th century summer home of the Duke of Norfolk, the 4 Star hotel retains itís royal connections within its name as well as displaying the Dukeís coat of arms.Perfectly positioned in the heart of Bournemouth Dorset and only a short walk through beautiful gardens to the townís award winning golden beaches, The Norfolk Royale Hotel Bournemouth has been restored to reflect its original Edwardian grandeur.The town of Bournemouth is Britainís premier seaside holiday resort. Famous for its twelve kilometers of Blue Flag award winning beaches, beautiful parks and gardens and a cosmopolitan atmosphere, Bournemouth blends a traditional British seaside resort with a thriving cosmopolitan town. Whether youíre seeking tourist attractions, quality shopping or a top class business destination, youíll find it all in Bournemouth UK and, come evening, the town comes alive with bars, nightclubs, restaurants, shows and concerts right throughout the year.All 95 of The Norfolk Royale Hotelís spacious, well appointed, en suite bedrooms have been stylishly designed and thoughtfully equipped and, with a wide range of room types to choose from including single, double and twin rooms, family accommodation, executive accommodation and luxury suites, this Bournemouth hotel offers something for everyone.A member of Classic British Hotels.Secure car parking is available at £12.00 per night

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