The Queens Hotel

The Queens Hotel

The Queens Hotel is rated 3.5 out of 5 based on 4 verified reviews from YGT customers.

The welcoming Queens Hotel is situated in the heart of Bournemouth's East Cliff, within walking distance of the city's bustling centre. The privately-owned hotel has been awarded three stars by the AA, and prides itself on providing quality hospitality to both leisure and business travellers.

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The 109 bedrooms all feature en-suite facilities, and come complete with a television, direct dial telephone and WiFi internet access. With excellent facilities and admirable customer service, it is no surprise that the Queens Hotel is a favourite amongst golfing visitors to Bournemouth.

The Queensbury Leisure Club allows guests the chance to enjoy the heated indoor swimming pool, sauna, steam room, jacuzzi, children's splash pool and the well-equipped gym. The health and beauty salon's specialist treatments include deep cleansing facials, manicures, pedicures, massages, electrolysis and waxing.


  • Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Steam Room
  • Sauna
  • Beauty Salon
  • Gymnasium
  • Jacuzzi
  • Snooker
  • Pool Table
  • Direct Dial Telephone
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV

Golfer reviews

Just a quick thank you for your help we had a great weekend, hotel and golf courses excellent,weather not bad either,best regards

Thanks Your Golf Travel, all went well although still struggling this morning! Both Dudsbury and Crane Valley golf course were very good, although the rough at Crane Valley was pretty severe, then again if you miss fairways by 50 yards, what do you expect! All the boys had a great trip and thoroughly enjoyed the hotel and nightlife of Bournemouth.

Will be in touch for our next trip soon – thanks for sorting everything, even the weather!


We had a very enjoyable golf break at The Queens Hotel Bournemouth although the late booking Your Golf Travel told us about turned out to be a 7-12 boy’s rugby tour with parents and trainers!!!

The hotel was comfortable and clean - I think the menu was adapted to take in the youngsters however we were offered a choice off the menu on the first night. The choice of wine was poor and overpriced for what it was. The staff were excellent and could not fault the service. The golf courses were challenging especially Bulberry.

Scores out of 10 - Hotel 7 Food 6 Service 10 Price of drinks 4 (didn’t try beer).

Golf Courses - 8 - conditions very good - would suit all abilities - easy to find with Google maps.YTG - 10 - excellent looking forward to our break in Gran Canaria!

Would most certainly recommend Your Golf Travel to friends.

Good location
Nice spot to get into town and not far from the golf courses. Didn't spend much time here but it was perfect for our group on this tour.
4th time staying here on a Bournemouth Golf Tour
Another golf trip has flown by, 5 days of testing courses and quiet evenings – blessed by warm sunshine and blue skies throughout as we planned!
Our stay at Queens again went smoothly (4th time), all accommodation satisfactory, cuisine was excellent in the evenings, breakfasts good but again mostly "kept warm". Rooms were again generally comfortable if a bit tired on decor.
Golf courses were all fine:
Moors Valley – good opener but not in top condition this time, due to recent wet weather we suspect.
Bulbury Woods – first-time visit to a lovely parkland course, a stiff test for all standards, good facilities.
Dudsbury – pleasant course in good condition, unfortunately very busy with a number of societies, resulting in a very slow round of nearly 5 hours.
Brokenhurst Manor – first-time visit to another quality parkland course in good condition, sadly spoiled by member pressure from behind from start to finish.
Barton on Sea – another new venture, a good test for our final day and a good one to finish with – lovely views and facilities.
Each course provided comfortable facilities for drinks and were all hospitable. In particular, the 3 new courses were excellent choices
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