The seaside town of Bournemouth, Dorset, features some of the best beachfront in the country, with golden sands that you might expect to find in popular holiday destinations abroad. As such, the town features a thriving tourism scene in the summer months, with a multitude of activities going on on the beach and in the town centre.
The town’s university and its popularity with holiday-goers ensures it has a friendly and vibrant atmosphere with excellent nightlife all year round, but Bournemouth is also an important centre for business - having been cited as the fastest growing location in the UK for tech jobs - and an important centre for banking and finance.
Bournemouth really is a town that has everything - miles of sandy beaches, a thriving economy, excellent attractions and a fantastic cultural scene. Visitors, whether on leisure or business, can enjoy everything from museums and galleries to crazy golf, play parks and an oceanarium. There’s also a plethora of award-winning restaurants and bars, serving fresh seafood, local produce, traditional cream teas.
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Choosing where to stay in Bournemouth will depend on whether you want to be close to the centre, enjoying the popular night spots, or towards the outskirts to take advantage of the picturesque scenery in peace and quiet. There are of course numerous hotels in the vicinity, but serviced apartments in Bournemouth offer not only superior comfort and flexibility, but are also much more cost effective for an extended stay.
We offer a range of Luxury apartments, catering equally to tourists or those on a corporate stay. Whether you are coming to Bournemouth as a solo traveller or with a family, we offer only the finest apartments and studios, located in the most sought after areas. With kitchens stocked with utensils, tastefully decorated interiors and a range of modern conveniences, serviced apartments provide all the benefits of hotels, whilst surpassing them in privacy, convenienec and flexibility.
Bournemouth’s mixed population and holiday atmosphere have made it a natural home for art and culture. Exhibitions are held throughout the year in its various venues and there are numerous museums - including the Russell-Cotes Museum, overlooking the coast from its cliff-top setting. The Pavilion Theatre and Ballroom, located in the Westover Road, hosts a variety of events all year round, including West End stage shows, Opera, Ballet, Pantomime and Comedy. Those looking for a traditional British seaside experience may wish to stroll down the Victorian pier - complete with amusement arcade, variety theatre, cafe and offering boat trips along the coast.
Bournemouth has two major shopping centres: Castlepoint, playing host to around 40 shops; and nearby Sovereign Shopping Centre - a modern facility featuring high-street fashion branches, budget shops and health and beauty outlets.
Bournemouth has a comprehensive bus service with regular routes to Poole, Bournemouth Railway Station and Christchurch, which makes getting around relatively straight-forward. A day ticket can be purchased which gives unlimited travel on the majority of bus services, and also covers those across Christchurch and Poole.
Bournemouth is also well served by the rail network with three local stations – Bournemouth, Pokesdown, and Branksome. There are regular services to to and from various locations around the UK, with London Waterloo around a 97 minute journey.
Of course, being a coastal town, Bournemouth lends itself to being explored on foot or by bicycle, with a promenade running along much of the coast.