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I didn't stop at this hotel myself, my parents booked up to go with National Holidays last June for their 40th Wedding anniversary, I wanted to upgrade them to a room with balcony, when I contacted National Holidays they informed me I needed to ring...More
I gave this review 5 stars because of the warm welcome given, the position is in a quiet residential area, the quality of the superior rooms(extra), the staff, and the food . Even though it is looking a little frayed round the edges and there...More
travelled with National Holidays for our 4th trip to the Liston Hotel, we had a superior room with balcony and it was lovely. the food is very good and served by pleasant and efficient staff. The hotel is outside of Bournemouth but that does not...More
My husband and I just wanted to get away from London on Valentine's day somewhere nice and quiet.The Liston hotel was just perfect place for us!We only stayed a night,but had a great time.Warm and friendly welcome by mrs Diane,absolutely spacious and very clean room,comfortable...More
Having been to this hotel earlier in the year and liked it so much, we decided to return for the New Year break with National Holidays. It was all and more than we could have expected. On arrival we were greeted by Diane who invited...More
The area is hilly. the walk to the Boscombe shopping centre is flat but takes about 15 minutes. The road down to the promenade is and Boscombe pier is very steep. The whole area of Bournemouth is very hilly even the town... More
The area is hilly. the walk to the Boscombe shopping centre is flat but takes about 15 minutes. The road down to the promenade is and Boscombe pier is very steep. The whole area of Bournemouth is very hilly even the town centre.