Southampton is rich in both history and culture, with it still possible to walk down the city’s high street and see the remains of medieval town walls. If you are in the city for business, or planning a family weekend away in Hampshire, our Novotel hotel is well located in the city centre, just five minutes from Southampton Central station. If you’re planning a day trip from our Southampton Novotel, then look no further than the New Forest National Park. A 10-minute drive from our hotel, the picturesque heathland is well worth a visit, with numerous walking and cycling routes to choose from, and if the weather is nice, a beach to relax on too. For those looking for something to do in the centre of Southampton, it is well worth spending a couple of hours just strolling around the city to take in its Norman history. Discover the Grade 1 listed gatehouse – the Bargate – that has stood in the centre for more than 800 years, before joining a tour of the ancient town walls. Alternatively, if you have a few hours spare before boarding a cruise, head to the city’s cultural quarter – which is home to Southampton Art Gallery and its strong collection of contemporary British art, and two parks that you can enjoy on a sunny day. As with all of our hotels, in Southampton’s Novotel kids stay at no cost for the duration of your stay – making your well-earned weekend away that bit more affordable.

Our hotels in Southampton

3-4 star hotels

0.80 k.m from the city centre

Your airy, spacious room will give you and your family space to stretch out and unwind. Lobby computer games will keep the kids entertained while you ...

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The hotel’s classification (1 to 5 stars in France) meets the criteria set by the local authorities.

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