The hotel overlooks Southampton Harbour, standing alongside the medieval town hall. It is easily accessible via the M3 and M27 motorways, and is 5 minutes from Southampton rail station and 15 minutes from the airport.
There are 173 comfortable rooms at Grand Harbour with inland and sea views available. The striking en-suite rooms combine luxurious fittings and furniture. Guests are allocated as standard the Traditional Rooms - these are cosily furnished. Other features include TV with selected Sky Channels, Internet connection, hairdryer and Iron and Ironing board.
Enjoy exceptional dining experiences in the setting of the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill restaurant with views of the medieval town walls. The Hamtun Bar, with it's soaring atrium, offers lighter bits and a wide selection of drinks and cocktails, the perfect place to catch up with family, friends and colleagues.
An iconic modern hotel with stunning glass atrium. It was built in the mid 1990's alongside Southampton's medieval town wall yet shares a real connection with the maritime history of this bustling port.
The lobby is large and spacious with seating area and chandeliers.
With it's enviable location, yu'll find real modern magic in your stay at Grand Harbour - especially if you are heading off on a cruise the day after. This is the perfect pre Cruise hotel. You can't help but be impressed by the towering glass atrium as you arrive.
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1 kms to city centre
14 kms to the airport (southampton airport)
100 kms to the airport (london heathrow airport)
2 km to the nearest station (southampton central station)