The establishment is touted for its British architectural influence and panoramic views of the coast and surrounding seaside town
The latest property to launch under the hospitality group, the Hilton Bournemouth has opened its doors in the United Kingdom and joins the 67 hotels currently under the brand’s portfolio across the country. The said collection includes the recent twin additions of London Bankside and the Ageas Bowl, Southampton.
Designed exclusively by Ray Kelvin to boast posh aesthetics, the location was developed by property company, That Group. Housed in a glass structure, the 172-room establishment is touted for its British architectural influence as well as panoramic views of the coast and surrounding seaside town.
Pieces of art around the venue entail a collection of Poole Pottery and a Colin Moore mural of Poole Harbour. Meanwhile, the hotel is also a display of eight meeting rooms, a 350-capacity ballroom, Schpoons & Forx restaurant, themed rooms, and a bar called LEVEL8IGHT The Sky Bar.
Also, Hilton Bournemouth is home to one of the UK’s first eforea spas which offers guests personalised, transformative experience to invigorate and revitalise. Four treatment rooms sit alongside a 20-metre indoor pool, sauna, salon, and 24-hour fitness suite.
“Bournemouth has set a precedent for holiday-makers and we’re proud to continue this tradition in the form of Hilton Bournemouth, the arrival of which has transformed the south coast skyline,” said Simon Vincent, EVP and President, Europe, Middle East & Africa of Hilton Worldwide.