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Haven Hotel
161 Banks Road
Poole
Dorset

BH13 7QL | View map

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The Haven is located literally on the waters edge, on the famous Sandbanks peninsula in Poole. The facilities at the 77-bedroom hotel include everything you would expect from a four-star hotel and more. The hotel offers a 2,500 sq ft Leisure Club, a Health and Beauty Spa and two superb restaurants: the main hotel restaurant and the La Roche, both of which have panoramic views over Poole Bay and Studland.

Most of the 77 bedrooms have recently been refurbished and are all well appointed, many with sea views and balconies. The hotel also houses exceptional conference/business facilities, both within the hotel and in a purpose-built conference centre.
We are now able to offer broadband in most of the bedrooms and conference rooms and Wi-Fi in some of the public areas.
There is plenty of parking and perhaps nowhere in the UK is a luxury hotel to be found so close to the sea!

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Nearest Train Station: Poole
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Number of Rooms: 78
Number Ensuite: 78
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Restaurant

Name: Sea View
Cuisine: Modern
Chef: Karl Heinz Nagler
Awards: 2 Rosettes

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