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Urban Beach Hotel
23 Argyll Road

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The Urban Beach is a small family run contemporary hotel located 1.5 miles east of Bournemouth and just a few minutes from the beach. Newly opened in 2006 and at the start of a 3 year renovation programme of this Victorian building, all rooms offer crisp white bed linen, fluffy white towels, en suite bath or shower rooms, tea & coffee (fair trade) making facilities, wireless internet access & the majority a flat screen television and DVD player. Breakfast consists of premium pork & apple sausages sourced from our local butcher, free range eggs, fresh granary breads, Italian coffee and an attention to detail that will ensure you start your day in the best possible way. Mixing the chic design of urban living and the laid back and relaxed attitude of life by the beach, a stay at the Hotel, whether for business or pleasure, is sure to leave you feeling rejuvenated.

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