See why so many travelers make The Trouville Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Bournemouth. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Close to some of Bournemouth's most popular landmarks, such as The Square (0.2 mi) and Bournemouth Pier (0.2 mi), Trouville Hotel Bournemouth is a great destination for tourists.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
The Trouville Hotel features a 24 hour front desk, room service, and newspaper, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and a lounge. If you are driving to Trouville Hotel Bournemouth, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Yobu Frozen Yogurt and Bubble Tea, Pause Cat Cafe, and South Coast Roast, which are some cafes that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for something to do, Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum (0.5 mi) and Lower Gardens (0.2 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Trouville Hotel.
At The Trouville Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Bournemouth.
My wife and I stayed for a two night break. Good value for money with dinner on the first night, and a glass of prosecco and breakfasts both days. The hotel needs some work, but its in an excellent location. 3 minutes from the beach. The staff are great. Really friendly and very hardworking. Due the the covid rules everything takes a little longer. But be patient. The dinner was lovely and its a good breakfast. We'd stay there again and with a lick of paint, a bit of tlc it will be an even better stay. Again, great friendly hardworking staff, good location, and good value for money.
we stayed here at the weekend 24/10/2020. Room very dated. All the carpets in the building dirty. The evening meal was terrible and sent back , which was rather disappointing as the breakfast was OK. It was like scene from Fawlty Towers when another customer asked for another roll for there soup and staff were rude.
We got to the hotel a few hours before we could go into our room.The receptionist let us fill in all the paper work and said we can come back at 3pm onwards.The receptionist was very welcoming with a smile.We went to look around the shops plus had a drink in a local pub. At about 4pm we went back to the hotel and were given room 116. We entered the room and it was very warm and inviting.The bathroom looked like new with new bath,toilet and tiles.Full size bath with shower.Hot and cold water working perfectly. The bed was comfortable with tv on wall. At about 6pm we went to use the indoor pool and Jacuzzi.Well worth using to chill out before your evening meal.We used towels from the hotel in the pool area. At about 7.40pm we went for a three course meal at the restaurant.WOW the food was excellent.Plus the waiter was HAPPY and did make you feel special.Well done to the waiter. After the meal and bottle of wine we went to the bar for a drink.Good choice of drinks at good prices. Well done to all the STAFF for making our night away a special night at your hotel Please keep SMILING and keep up the good work in these hard times. We we go back YES YES YES…
After reading previous reviews we were a little apprehensive about this hotel. I really believe that they must have stayed somewhere else ,because this Is a GREAT HOTEL We travelled as a group of 4 friend & all agreed we will return , because of the location So near to the town centre & the beach attractions. We found the hotel clean, the staff are so helpful and friendly. A special thank you to Miguel our waiter, so friendly and fun, also very efficient. We would recommend to all our friends. Thank you all for a great 3 day break.
This hotel is dated and if our room was a true representation of all rooms then it’s in need of an investment to spruce it up. So don’t expect polished wood furniture, expect old tired peeling laminate. The lift is a man trap in waiting, it’s that old. Though worn and a bit frayed at the edges it is clean, the mainly oversees staff we dealt with were very polite and very helpful and each a credit to theirselves- so that’s half the battle won. We went on a deal of two night b & b with one evening meal. Breakfast was very good and we paid an extra fiver to have it in our room which arrived piping hot on warmed plate exactly on agreed time. No more than described on the info and no less. Food standard was ok. It’s not the ritz but we didn’t pay ritz price. This is bargain stuff so you can’t expect fancy cutlery and lavish ala carte a lot but it’s always good to see a place trying to deliver a higher standard mainly represented by its employees and this one I feel is fairly trying to lift itself. Adding to the dated aspect - The floor boards in our room were particularly creaky beyond belief. Glad I was not staying in room below so try to get a top floor might be a little helpful hint. Disabled wheelchair access- I think that this might be possible from the lower hotel car park (£4 per night). It’s not possible at the main entrance. There are lifts from this level but make own enquiry with hotel. Well worth it so long as the price is kept low. …