Grand Harbour - Southampton

At a glance

  • Pre natal


    The spa offers treatments tailored to mums-to-be.

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    The Maritime Museum and Medieval Walls dating back to 1180 are amongst the historic attractions.

  • Shopping


    The West Quay Shopping Centre is within easy reach of the hotel with and is home to an abundance of high street favourites.

  • Leisure break

    Leisure Venue

    A centrally located hotel enjoying the best of the city with a range of leisure facilities and treatments to match.

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    Children are welcome at the hotel and to use the pool and facilities, and have designated swimming times.


Grand Harbour - Southampton

Grand Harbour West Quay Road Southampton Hampshire
SO15 1AG

Spa & Leisure

The waterside location of Grand Harbour is an added bonus that enhances the experience of the whole venue, proving that a sense of escapism is still something that can be achieved in an urban environment – particularly when it comes to the leisure club and Serenity Spa. Amongst the facilities there is a gym, an indoor pool, a spa pool, a feature shower, and a relaxation room. The spa uses ESPA and Jessica Nails product lines in a wide reaching range of treatments and finishing touches. Some of the treatments include facials, re-hydrators, skin purifying treatments, scalp treatments, massages, body polishes, scrubs, waxing, manicures, pedicures, and tinting.

Hotel & Accommodation

Embracing its location overlooking Southampton waterfront, Grand Harbour is a nautical themed hotel with a towering, glass pyramid forming the atrium at its epicentre. Despite being ultra-modern in terms of design – a feature that continues across all rooms and suites – the hotel reflects upon the city’s history with all meeting rooms being named after ships that sailed with the Pilgrim Fathers to America in 1620. There are 173 rooms, all with their own views of the city and sea, and all en-suite complete with luxurious fittings and comfortable furnishings. Although the city itself has a wide variety of bars and restaurants, Grand Harbour’s own Boardwalk Restaurant is a bustling brasserie-style environment looking out over the medieval walls, while the The Hamtun Atrium Bar at the foot of the aforementioned glass pyramid serves light bites and drinks throughout the day.