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Marlborough Hotel
16 Queens Road
Isle of Wight

PO37 6AN | View map

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The Marlborough Hotel is a cosy hotel located in the very heart of Shanklin where old and new combine to create the perfect holiday destination . For your improved comfort and convenience the hotel is non smoking , all our bedrooms are well decorated with modern amenities and with en-suite facilities . Some bedrooms have sea views .Excellent friendly service and good value for money !The fully licensed restaurant and bar serves a variety of home made meals & snacks throughout the day with regular live evening entertainment, bingo and karaoke.The hotel has a comfortable lounge with sky tv, pool table , darts and various table games. Those travelling with a laptop can access the internet using our wireless network .There is also a pleasant garden where you can relax and soak up the sun .Our friendly staff are fluent in Portuguese , Spanish , French , Polish and Russian .Large car & coach parking onsite .For a brochure on Festive Events ,i.e. Easter , Turkey & Tinsel , Christmas & New Year please contact our functions desk , who will be happy to discuss any special requirements , Ferry crossing can also be arranged at low cost .Disabled and ground floor bedrooms are available , please contact our reservations department to ensure that this bedrooms meet your needs .Group and coach bookings welcome .Internet Wireless Network available free of charge .Non Smoking Policy inside the hotel .

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