Holiday Inn Eastleigh

A Hotel in Eastleigh, Hampshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Leigh Road
SO50 9PG

Holiday Inn Eastleigh, Eastleigh

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The Holiday Inn Southampton-Eastleigh is located to the north of Southampton, easily accessible from the M3 and M27 Motorways and just a 15 minute drive from the Ferry Port. Leisure guests can relax and enjoy the facilities of Spirit Health Club complete with indoor pool, Jacuzzi and gym. The hotel is ideally situated for day trips to the New Forest, Beaulieu Motor Museum, Marwell Zoo and Paultonメs Family Leisure Park.

Southampton International Airport is within 1.5 miles of the hotel.

4 star rating

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