In the centre of the city, Hilton Bournemouth boasts contemporary design that is the hallmark of the acclaimed designer. Bright colours and contemporary geometric patterns and lines come together in this light, airy and spacious building to create a welcoming and energising environment.
Classic design and quirky innovation are central to the hotel’s aesthetic, with bespoke interiors and furnishings designed exclusively for Hilton Bournemouth by Ray Kelvin, the founder of the Ted Baker fashion brand, throughout. It is a beautiful fusion of innovative design reflective of technological industries of the area alongside refined aesthetics and a quirky edge reminiscent of the Ted Baker brand.
It is an entirely fitting model for a destination that sits in a town that’s known for its vibrance and hospitality, where there are buzzing bars and excellent restaurants as well as plenty of things to see and do from the beaches to Bournemouth Gardens and the nightclubs in the evening.
The hotel is a soaring glass structure with 172 rooms and panoramic views of the coast and across the popular seaside town. Meanwhile, it has also incorporated local craftsmanship and design influences including specially curated items celebrating the best of British design. Artworks have included a collection of local Poole pottery and Colin Moore’s mural of Poole Harbour.
The hotel is also home to the UK’s first eforea spa, designed to be a new generation of health club that embraces lifestyle needs. It has four treatment rooms alongside a 20m indoor pool, a sauna, salon and 24-hour fitness suite. They are constantly looking to evolve to meet the needs of clients, developments such as three new short-duration treatment enhancements are amongst the ideas that have featured.
For foodies, you can be particularly excited about the hotel restaurant, the UK’s first Schpoons & Forx, created and overseen by television personality and renowned chef Matt Tebbutt, which offers British cuisine with a contemporary twist.