We stayed for three days in August to see the air festival. The reviews seemed largely favourable and so we booked. Although it's a clean building we felt very crammed in at breakfast as the tables are close together. The room was adequate but let down by the bathroom where the tower offered a trickle of tepid water, the same happened on all three mornings. We were told it was because the 'Hotel' was full up! Perhaps they need to have new plumbing. We also found it difficult to park as they only have two spaces. We paid £80 a night and expected more. I was also asked if I would help them by giving a positive review. Perhaps that explains the number of good reviews for the Amarilo.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are an ideally situated guest house in a quite area just opposite the award winning Knyveton Gardens with Tennis Courts,Bowling Greens and Petanque. We are within easy walking distance of the beach, train station and the town centre. The Amarillo is non-smoking establishment. We offer you a comfortable and relaxing stay in a lovingly restored Victorian House with a contemporary ambiance. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Amarillo Bournemouth