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Menzies Carlton
Bournemouth
Dorset

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Overlooking the sea and the award-winning gardens, this luxurious 4-star hotel is positioned on Bournemouth's famous East Cliff and offers elegant accommodation, an indoor leisure complex and superb sea views. The Menzies Carlton is renowned as one of Bournemouth's most luxurious hotels. Set high on the town’s East Cliff, the hotel commands impressive views across the bay. Sensitively restored to its former glory, the hotel’s grandeur and elegant charm extends from the richly decorated reception areas and lounges to the spacious and attractively furnished bedrooms.

The superb facilities include the sophisticated cocktail bar and the award-winning Fredricks restaurant. The restaurant serves the very best in English and international cuisine, with the sparking sea views as a glorious backdrop. The Waves Health & Leisure Club offers a fully equipped gymnasium, a spa bath, a sauna and a solarium. There is an indoor swimming pool and an outdoor heated pool, during the summer.

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