Southend-on-Sea hotels

Southend-on-Sea hotels

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Low season June
High season August
  Average price (weeknight): £77
  Average price (weekend night): £76

cheapest month to stay

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most expensive time to stay

32%

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Top tips for finding the perfect Southend-on-Sea hotel

If you’re looking for high-end hotels in Southend, consider choosing the beachfront Roslin Beach Hotel, which has 62 unique rooms and suites -- some even have balconies and sea views. It’s a mere minute’s walk from Thorpe Bay beach and offers a spa, an outdoor terrace, a first-rate afternoon tea and an award-winning restaurant serving British food, including locally caught fish and free-range meats.
For travellers who would like to stay close to Southend’s key attractions, opt for a room at the Park Inn by Radisson Palace, Southend-on-Sea which is a 6-minute walk from Adventure Island and Southend Pier. Amenities include free Wi-Fi, flat screen TVs, an on-site casino, a restaurant and a fitness centre.
If you need to be close to the airport, stay at the Holiday Inn Southend, which is located at Southend Airport. Southend Airport Railway Station is just a 10-minute walk away. All rooms have air conditioning, blackout curtains, power showers and flat screen TVs, and the hotel’s restaurant has panoramic views of the airport -- and there’s also a soundproofed bar.
For a budget hotel in Southend, you might want to choose the Premier Inn Southend on Sea Eastern Esplanade. All rooms have free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee-making facilities and blackout curtains. It’s one minute’s walk from the sea and a 15-minute walk to Adventure Island and Southend Pier.
If you’re in Southend on business, stay at The Seven Hotel, a luxurious hotel that has an events room suitable for business or board meetings. The elegant suite offers high-speed internet as well as video conferencing technology, and full secretarial and IT support are available as well. The hotel is 4 km from the airport and a 7-minute walk from Southend Central railway station.

FAQs when booking a hotel in Southend-on-Sea

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Which hotels in Southend are closest to Southend Central and Southend Victoria railway stations?
If you need a hotel close to the railway stations, check out the two-star Travelodge Southend on Sea; it is a 5-minute walk away from both Southend Central and Southend Victoria stations. Basic rooms have coffee and tea-making facilities and limited free Wi-Fi. Guests especially love the hotel’s convenient location, which is adjacent to the town’s shops and eateries.
Are there any boutique hotels in Southend?
Travellers looking for a boutique hotel can choose Camelia Hotel, a modern hotel overlooking Thorpe Bay beach. Bedrooms are all en-suite with flat screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, and upgraded suites have sea views and private lounges. A complimentary breakfast is provided, and there’s also a highly-rated restaurant and bar on site.
Which hotels in Southend offer disabled access?
For hotels with disabled access, you can opt for a stay at the three-star Skylark Hotel, most of which is on the ground floor level and is wheelchair accessible. Accessible bedrooms feature grab rails and wheel-in showers. The hotel is a 5-minute drive to Southend Airport, and it has an on-site restaurant and bar.
Which hotels in Southend are best for families with children?
If you’re looking for hotels in Southend that are family friendly, one option is the Premier Inn Southend-on-Sea (Thorpe Bay). It has family rooms, luggage storage facilities and free parking. It’s 1.2 km from Southend Sea Life Centre, and just under 2 km from Southend Pier and Adventure Island.

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Best Southend-on-Sea hotels

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Pebbles Guest House - Southend-on-Sea - Building
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9.4 Excellent (938 reviews)
Gleneagles Guesthouse - Southend-on-Sea - Building
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9.3 Excellent (684 reviews)
Roslin Beach Hotel - Southend-on-Sea - Bedroom
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9.1 Excellent (1,662 reviews)
Camelia Hotel - Southend-on-Sea - Building
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9.1 Excellent (656 reviews)
Hamiltons Boutique Accommodation - Southend-on-Sea - Bedroom
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9.0 Excellent (175 reviews)
The Ilfracombe House - Southend-on-Sea - Building
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8.9 Excellent (649 reviews)
Holiday Inn Southend - Southend-on-Sea - Building
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8.6 Excellent (2,038 reviews)
The Rochford Hotel - Southend-on-Sea - Building
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8.6 Excellent (651 reviews)
Park Inn Palace, Southend-on-Sea - Southend-on-Sea - Building
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7.9 Good (3,645 reviews)
Skylark Hotel - Southend-on-Sea - Building
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7.8 Good (978 reviews)
The Waverley - Southend-on-Sea - Bedroom
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7.7 Good (418 reviews)
Muthu Westcliff Hotel - Westcliff-on-Sea - Building
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7.6 Good (2,255 reviews)
Devine Beach Guesthouse - Westcliff-on-Sea - Building
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7.6 Good (578 reviews)
Estuary House - Westcliff-on-Sea - Building
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7.1 Good (408 reviews)
Southend Inn Hotel - Westcliff-on-Sea - Building
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6.7 Good (388 reviews)
The Welbeck Hotel - Westcliff-on-Sea - Bedroom
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6.3 Good (735 reviews)