Hotels in Portsmouth

Families and couples alike will love holidays in Portsmouth. With so many cultural attractions in Portsmouth to explore, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to things to do in this historic maritime city – visit the Mary Rose Museum and see the famous Tudor ship, soak up the views from the Spinnaker Tower, and enjoy popular activities in Portsmouth like shopping at Gunwharf Quays. However you spend your short break, our hotels in Portsmouth will help you get the most out of your stay, thanks to our comfy Hypnos beds, free Wi-Fi and great-value Meal Deals.

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Explore the history of Portsmouth

Portsmouth has plenty of historical attractions to see and learn about. It's also the UK's only island city - making Portsmouth a gorgeous nautical getaway for a British holiday with a twist.

From a Premier Inn hotel in Portsmouth you're sure to see plenty of interesting attractions from the base of a well-located hotel. Full of poignant memorials, fascinating museums and the Historic Dockyard, there's something to suit everyone in Portsmouth. And the unparalleled view of Portsmouth from Spinnaker Tower will let you see this beautiful city in all its glory.

With Premier Inn, you're sure to find the hotel that's right for you near all the best attractions in Portsmouth. With convenient links to motorways, airports and train stations make your trip to Portsmouth stress free with Premier Inn. 

No matter if you're looking for business accommodation or a relaxing holiday hotel, Premier Inn has the perfect room you're looking for in Portsmouth.

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Places like Portsmouth

Take a look at our hotels in Isle of Wight and our hotels in Bournemouth

If you love coastal resort towns, why not extend your stay and explore other places like Portsmouth nearby? Our hotels in Bournemouth are only an hour’s drive away and another great destination for family holidays in the UK, and you’ll love the sandy beaches near our Isle of Wight hotels. 

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Things to do in Portsmouth

Explore Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

Visiting Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is one of the top activities in Portsmouth, and it’s easy to see why this attraction is so popular with history-lovers and families alike. Explore famous ships like the HMS Warrior, HMS Victory, and the Mary Rose, before enjoying other fun activities like harbour tours and exhibitions.

 

Go shopping 

Whether you fancy souvenir shopping or bargain hunting, you’ll find plenty of places to go shopping in Portsmouth throughout your stay. Gunwharf Quays designer outlet is one of Portsmouth’s top attractions, and a must-visit for shopaholics, and the city is also home to other places to visit like the Cascades Shopping Centre and smaller boutique stores. 

 

Enjoy a day at the beach 

As well as world-famous historic attractions, you’ll also get to enjoy Portsmouth’s beaches during your short break. Enjoy days out with the kids in Portsmouth at Southsea Beach, a popular attraction on family holidays thanks to the nearby South Parade Pier, or head to the quieter Eastney Beach, a picturesque and pebbly spot to spend a laid-back afternoon. 

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What are the nearest train stations in Portsmouth?

Portsmouth and Southsea train station is the city’s main station, and you’ll find it near the Commercial Road shopping centre. Other train stations in Portsmouth include Portsmouth Harbour station, Fratton station and Hilsea station.

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What are the nearest beaches in Portsmouth?

Planning on days out at the beach on your Portsmouth holiday? You’ll find Eastney Beach just south of Fratton train station, near Portsmouth’s Premier Southsea Marina and Boatyard, and the popular Southsea Beach is just a short walk from Eastney, next to the exciting rides and amusements on South Parade Pier.

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What type of beaches does Portsmouth have?

Beaches in Portsmouth may be pebbly, but that doesn’t stop them being one of the top places to visit on family holidays in Portsmouth.

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How many beaches are there in Portsmouth?

There are two main beaches in Portsmouth – Southsea Beach and Eastney Beach. Both are pebbly, popular spots with locals and tourists alike, and a section of Eastney Beach is also popular with naturists.

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What are the best places to eat in Portsmouth?

No UK coastal break would be complete without enjoying ice creams by the beach, but when you’re looking for places to eat in Portsmouth at mealtimes, you can take your pick from our Clarence Pier Brewers Fayre, our Bar + Block Steakhouse Portsmouth and our Portsmouth City Centre Thyme restaurant

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What are the best things to do in Portsmouth at night?

There’s plenty of things to do in Portsmouth in the evenings. Whether you’re enjoying a drink in a local pub or catching live events in Portsmouth at venues like the Pyramids Centre or the Wedgewood Rooms, you’ll love the nightlife in Portsmouth.

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What family friendly activities can you do in Portsmouth?

You’ll find plenty of things to do with the kids in Portsmouth. Soak up the panoramic views of this historic port city from the top of the Spinnaker Tower, enjoy fun family activities at the Peter Ashley Activity Centre, and visit the exciting rides and amusements on South Parade Pier and Clarence Pier.

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What outdoor activities can you do in Portsmouth?

As well as enjoying days out on the beach in Portsmouth, you’ll find plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy throughout your UK short break. History-lovers won’t want to miss visiting Southsea Castle, while bargain-hunters will love shopping in Portsmouth at Gunwharf Quays.

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What indoor activities can you do in Portsmouth?

Whatever the weather in Portsmouth during your stay, there’s plenty to keep the whole family entertained. Enjoy days out with the kids at popular attractions like Hollywood Bowl Portsmouth and the Blue Reef Aquarium. Plus, holidays in Portsmouth wouldn’t be complete without visiting the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard museums.

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