Royal Pier Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Sandown, Isle of Wight

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10 PIER STREET
Sandown
Isle of Wight
England
PO36 8JP

Royal Pier Hotel, Sandown

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The Royal Pier one of Sandown s finest Hotels on the the Isle of Wight was originally built by the Victorians for Princess Beatrice as her summer residence. The property later became a very popular meeting place for those wealthy travellers who followed in the path of royalty to walk the pier and enjoy the invigorating fresh sea air. Hence the Royal Pier Hotel was established and has since then cared for many visitors either for a short break or a long family summer holiday on the Isle of Wight.

We are situated on an Island overlooking the seafront which is one of the finest award winning and perhaps the most popular beaches on the island. We are centrally located in Sandown Isle of Wight to reach us you will take a boat ride over and you will find the high street and main facilities less than 2 minutes walk away from the Hotel. We are a family owned 65 Bedroom Hotel offering the friendly atmosphere of a small Hotel with all the facilities benefits and service of a large hotel.

The Hotel has a very fine standard with regards to d?cor accommodation comfort and food which it is highly recommended for. Each room has a Colour TV Tea / Coffee making facilities and we are fully Centrally Heated throughout. We also have a lift to all main floors.

We offer a choice of Menu for both Breakfast and Dinner and we also cater for Vegetarians and Special Diets. The Dining Room over looking Sandown Bay is large spacious and the Waiting service is served by our friendly team of staff many of which have been with us for many seasons. Our luxury Indoor Heated Swimming Pool is open daily and there is also a Spa Pool which proves to be very popular.

We have Two Bars available to our guests. The Beatrice Bar is our Residents Bar and Lounge which is ideal for a quiet relaxing drink until late and the Jubilee Bar is our public bar and hosts the Free Nightly Entertainment.

2 star rating

From: £30.00

Facilities

  • Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
  • Cots available
  • Restaurant
  • Indoor Pool
  • Jacuzzi
  • TV
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
  • Ground floor bedrooms
  • Lift to all floors
  • Bar

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