If you’re planning on staying at any of momondo’s recommended hotels in the area of Southampton nearest to Southampton Cruise Terminal, you should expect to pay around £50/night. This price fluctuates based on time of year. In general, a rate under £50/night is a good deal for momondo users staying near Southampton Cruise Terminal. Hotels near Southampton Cruise Terminal are typically 46% less expensive than the average hotel in Southampton, which is £93.
|Low season||December||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||May||most expensive time to stay|
|56%||expected price decrease|
|50%||expected price increase|
£42 - £192
|Highest day of week||Saturday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|Cheapest day of week||Sunday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|£90||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|£58||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|Cheapest time to book||The cheapest time to book hotels in Southampton is: 3 star, 75 days before.|
£61 - £88
£79 - £89
£103 - £119
Lowest Hotel Price
Most Popular Hotel (5-star)
|The White Star Tavern|
Hotels Near Airport
Average Length of Stay
Southampton experiences mild weather with no dry season. It rains almost all year round with the maximum rainfall in October, December and January. Average temperature in the summer months from June – August is approximately 20 degrees Celsius, and this is a good time to visit Southampton. To avoid the peak tourist season and get attractive deals on travel and accommodation, plan your visit in the shoulder months of April – May or September. The average temperature hovers around 17 degrees Celsius during these months and there is not much rain. The winters are cool and wet, and average temperatures stay around 6 – 8 degrees Celsius from November – February. You may also experience fog, rain, and thunderstorms during this time of the year.
The Old Town area of Southampton is easily walkable, and is best explored on foot. The CityLink bus, now called Quayconnect bus service, operates every 30 minutes between the Southampton Central train station and the Red Funnel Ferries ferry terminal. The journey time is approximately 7 minutes costing £2.00 GBP for unlimited day travel. Southampton is relatively small, and for the most part, the terrain is flat, so it is possible to explore the entire city on a bike. UK’s dockless bike-share program YoBike is now available in Southampton. Using a mobile app, riders can unlock a bike from hundreds of parking spots in the city, and ride for £1.00 GBP per hour, capped at £5.00 GBP for a full 24 hours of cycling. Taxis are easily available all over the city, and you can hail one at any of the taxi ranks, or on the street side. Driving is also a convenient option in Southampton. Metered parking is available in most locations and you can usually park for 2 – 4 hours in the city centre. If you book early, you may find the best deals for car rentals with momondo.
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Often called the ‘cruise capital of the UK’, the beautiful port city of Southampton is the busiest cruise port in Europe, and has an important maritime and aviation history. The city also offers some magnificent art galleries, museums, intimate music venues and award-winning parks.
Inside UK’s best-preserved medieval Town Walls lies the Old Town of Southampton where you can step back in time and get a glimpse of Southampton’s 2000 year history. The entrance, called Bargate, along with several historic buildings, ancient vine vaults, churches, and fine Georgian houses and hotels is what you will find in the Old Town. Stay in The Pig in the Wall, a charming, boutique hotel offering individually-stylised rooms with Victorian fireplaces. It is only a 6-minute walk to Town Quay and the ferry port. You can also look at The Ennio’s Boutique Hotel Southampton, which offers well-appointed luxury rooms with designer interiors in a Victorian warehouse building at Town Quay. Another interesting accommodation housed in the building that was home to the famous author Jane Austen, is The Juniper Berry. This is a popular traditional English pub offering comfortable rooms, and located just a 2-minute walk from the High Street and the busy ferry terminal, Red Funnel Ferries.
Just north of the Cultural Quarter, you have The Polygon area that comprises a host of Victorian residential properties, hotels, and taverns. Stay at Polygon Villas Guest House which offers traditional bed and breakfast accommodation, or opt for the City Park Guest House, just a 3-minute walk from the Mayflower Theatre. You also have Glenmore Guest House set in a redbrick Victorian building, just a 5-minute walk from Southampton Central station. Or consider The Mayfair Guest House set in an Edwardian brick villa, offering individually-furnished rooms with traditional décor, a 10-minute walk from the Mayfair Theatre.
The Southampton city centre is a transport and shopping hub with the Westquay Southampton shopping centre being the dominant landmark in this area. This neighbourhood boasts plenty of museums, galleries and historic buildings, plus a wide range of eating and dining options. In the heart of the city centre, on Oxford Street, you have the award-winning accommodation of The White Star Tavern, offering beautiful boutique bedrooms and an on-site gastropub serving delicious British fare. Enjoy a contemporary stay in the modern, stylish rooms of Cargo Southampton hotel, also located on the trendy Oxford Street. A short walk from the Mayflower Theatre and the West Quay Shopping Centre, you also have the Grand Harbour Hotel which offers stylish rooms and on-site restaurants.
A mixed-use marina at the mouth of River Itchen, Ocean Village has several residential and business developments. There are plenty of restaurants and bars, and also a few cinemas. Enjoy a luxurious stay at the stunning Southampton Harbour Hotel & Spa which features grand rooms with sea views, an award-winning restaurant and spa on site, and a spectacular rooftop bar with outdoor fire pits. Along the waterfront on Ocean Way, you also have several serviced apartments such as Ocean Village Marina Apartment, The Hawkins Tower by esa, The Moresby Tower by esa, and Sapphire Court by esa.
In The Polygon, you have the Abbey Lodge guest house which is close to several popular attractions such as the SeaCity Museum, and the Mayflower Theatre. Around the corner, in a Victorian house , you have The Mayview Guesthouse, a simple bed and breakfast offering clean, comfortable rooms. Near Old Town, you can stay at the Ibis Budget Southampton Centre hotel, set in a colourful, white and yellow building on the Western Esplanade, within a 5-minute walk from the Southampton Central train station. In a modern building across the road from Southampton Solent University, you have the Premier Inn Southampton City Centre hotel, located on New Road in the heart of the city centre, surrounded by restaurants and shopping. In a former coaching inn dating back to the 1800s, you can stay in simple, comfortable rooms at the Star Hotel on High Street.
The port town of Southampton is slowly growing into a popular leisure and culture destination in the south of England. Southampton boasts a 2000 year old history, various heritage attractions, a bustling waterfront, and a vibrant dining and entertainment scene. There is plenty to see and do during a short stay in Southampton.
Visiting Southampton for 3 nights is the most common choice for our users.
The cost of a hotel room in Southampton will vary according to demand, location and star rating. On average, rooms will cost around £85 per night.
December is the cheapest month to book a hotel in Southampton. Prices can be 57% lower than other, busier months, so this is a great time to get a good deal.
Saturday is the cheapest day for hotel rooms in Southampton. Friday is the most expensive day.
Southampton Hostels typically cost in the region of £49 a night for each person. This price is taken from hostels and hotels with a 2 star or below rating. Hostels are very economical and come out on average £36 cheaper than the average price of a hotel in Southampton.
With generally low rainfall expected (38 mm) and an average temperature of 18 °C, those staying at a hotel in Southampton may want to take some time during their visit to go see popular landmarks in the area. Considering the weather during August, attractions worth visiting near Southampton are Netley Abbey, Tower Bridge, and Albert Dock.
The city of Southampton has holiday rentals available as well as hotels if you’re looking for different accommodation options. At the moment, there are 156 holiday rentals in the city. We recommend booking Fairchild House for your stay, which is the most popular rental in Southampton. Search for deals on holiday rentals in Southampton.
286 Bridge Road, Southampton, United Kingdom
The Elizabeth House Hotel
42-44 The Avenue, Southampton, United Kingdom
The Prince Consort
71 Victoria Road Netley Abbey, Southampton, United Kingdom
Premier Inn Southampton City Centre
6 Dials, New Road, Southampton, United Kingdom
Abbey Lodge Guest House
37 The Polygon, Southampton, United Kingdom
Southampton, United Kingdom
Spot In The Woods
174 Woodlands Road, Southampton, United Kingdom
The Pilgrim Inn
Hythe Rd, Marchwood, Southampton So40 4Wu, Uk, Southampton, United Kingdom
Arches Guest House
81 Hill Lane, Southampton, United Kingdom
Carmel Serviced Rooms
306 Winchester Road, Southampton, United Kingdom
Hunters Lodge Guest House
25 Landguard Road, Southampton, United Kingdom
34 Hill Lane, Southampton, United Kingdom
13-14 Terminus Terrace, Southampton, United Kingdom
83 Hill Lane, Southampton, United Kingdom
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