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In a prime position on the seafront at Southsea, The Royal Beach Hotel is a perfect base to see all of Portsmouth. Our hotel offers superb views across the Solent and excellent facilities for both business and pleasure.

The Royal Beach offers the perfect combination of period elegance mixed with modern comfort. Our hotel is a carefully restored Victorian Seafront property, which offers stunning views across the Solent and is close to the beach, harbour and city centre. With comfortable bedrooms, friendly service and extensive conference and banqueting facilities, you will find that we are perfect for every occasion.

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