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Queens Hotel
7 King Street

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Opposite Weymouth’s railway station is the reconstructed, art deco Queens Hotel. In 1939 the Queens Hotel was designed and built in the art deco style, to mirror the then proposed £80,000 railway station, which was also to be built. Indeed the art deco railway station was never completed, only an art deco signal box, which was later demolished during the war.

In 2010 the ground floor of the hotel was completely refurbished, with original art deco features restored and further art deco styling added to enhance and add to the charm of the somewhat neglected building. In late 2011 a positive step was taken to add guest accommodation to the first floor.

The Queens Hotel is ideally situated for Weymouth beach, as it is literally 50 metres walk up King Street. The town centre is on our doorstep, the railway station is conveniently opposite with a ten minute walk to the bus station. Greenhill Gardens, Lodmoor Park, Nothe Fort and Gardens and the charming harbour are all within a ten to fifteen minute walk.

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