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Connaught Hotel
West Hill Road
West Cliff


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The Best Western the connaught hotel is an award winning three-star hotel ideally situated just five minutes walk from the city center, bournemouth international center, the pier and sandy beaches. A magnificent hotel, outstanding food, friendly efficient service, clean comfortable environment, spacious public rooms, two bars, ballroom with evening entertainment. Features include a magnificent indoor leisure center, 24-foot by 55-foot pool, cardio vascular suite, jacuzzi(R), two steam rooms, two saunas, two solariums, a gymnasium and snooker room. The Best Western the connaught hotel is convenient to many attractions and historic sites. Take m27 west, a35, a338, west cliff turn off. At the roundabout, turn left onto poole road and then take the first right into west hill road. The Best Western the connaught hotel is on right.


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