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Hotels in Sandown

Melville Hall Hotel
Melville Street
Sandown
Isle of Wight

PO36 9DH | View map
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Melville Hall has undergone extensive refurbishment to ensure you of a comfortable and relaxing stay, whilst providing an unequalled range of Leisure Facilities. From our new indoor leisure suite to our extensive range of therapies and treatments, “Melville Hall has it all!”

Nestling in a quiet semi-rural setting on the outskirts of Sandown the hotel is only a few minutes stroll from the seafront, cliff walk and shops. The hotel offers high quality accommodation with an emphasis on comfort – for example our Bar and Quiet Lounges feature sofa seating throughout.

All bedrooms at Melville Hall are en-suite and include satellite television, direct dial telephones and tea and coffee making facilities. Several Super King Size beds and Four Poster rooms are available, some of which feature Jacuzzi bath and views to Brading Downs.

To start your holiday or break, why not let us arrange a therapeutic massage or aromatherapy treatment to relax you after your journey?

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Ratings/Awards: ETC 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 32
Number Ensuite: 32

Price per Person

Double: From £30 - £50 (standard)
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Name: Summerhill Restaurant
Chef: Richard Bell

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