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Menzies East Cliff Court
Bournemouth
Dorset

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With spectacular panoramic views of the bay, this stylish and contemporary 4-star hotel offers luxurious modern accommodation in a superb location, right on the seafront, on Bournemouth’s famous East Cliff. Situated next to its sister establishment, the Menzies Carlton, this luxury hotel offers 67 stylish and modern en suite rooms, including suites and many rooms with private balconies and stunning sea views.

The superb restaurant provides a chic, modern environment in which to enjoy the wide range of English and continental dishes on offer. Step out on to the south-facing terrace and you can enjoy the very best of the day's sun in sheltered comfort or take an invigorating swim in the outdoor heated pool. Alternatively, you can explore Bournemouth’s plentiful shopping, vibrant nightlife and beautiful surrounding countryside. Free car parking is available to all residents.

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