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Chine Hotel
Boscombe Spa Road

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Believed by many to be Bournemouth's best-kept secret, this hotel is a true oasis of comfort and relaxation, set in 3 acres of mature gardens which provide a spectacular backdrop to the 87 bedrooms.
The hotel is only a 2-minute leisurely walk from miles of golden sandy beaches, and just a 5-minute drive from Bournemouth's bustling town centre, which boasts excellent shopping and entertainment.
In the evenings, after a long day, you can visit the Chine’s AA Rosette award-winning restaurant, where you can sample a freshly prepared meal whilst admiring in the breathtaking sea views.

Of Victorian origin, the hotel is steeped in local theatrical history; many great names in show business have stayed at the Chine, while walking the boards one of Bournemouth's many theatres. The hotel has a charming wall of fame which illustrates some of those stars of days gone by.
The Chine is experienced in hosting all types of training days and conferences. The 11 meeting rooms have a capacity of 20-150 delegates. All are equipped with everything that a conference or meeting organiser could wish for. Additional equipment, if required, can be hired.


Number of Rooms: 87
Number Ensuite: 87
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Name: Seaview Restaurant
Cuisine: Modern
Chef: Chris Wyburn-Lisdale
Awards: 1 AA Rosette
RAC Dining Award

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Parking - Free
Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Disabled Access
Open All Year
Swimming Pool - and Jacuzzi, sauna and hot tub
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
Conference/Business Facilities

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