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The Kings
18 Castle Street
Christchurch
Dorset

BH23 1DT | View map

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The Kings, located in Christchurch is the newest, most magnificent addition to The Harbour Hotel’s Portfolio.Completely refurbished in June 2008, this landmark property has been transformed into a truly luxury Boutique Hotel. With its exquisite accommodation and unique location, The Kings boasts a relaxing atmosphere of both comfort and sophistication and creates a haven for those on business or pleasure. We operate a complimentary room service breakfast for guests, served at your convenience by advising reception the time you would like it served. The room service breakfast consists of Orange Juice, a ‘Bakers Basket’ with White or Granary Toast, Tea or Coffee, and operates from 7.30 am to 10.00 am every day. The Kings Rhodes does not operate a breakfast service, however if you wish to surface late and do not take our complimentary room service breakfast, the Bar will be open for morning coffee and Danish, from 11.00 am, which will be charged at the Bar.The hotel has no car parking and the area at the front of the hotel is for set down and pick up only. Car Parking is available in the town and is operated by the city council. Standard parking charges apply.A separate restaurant and bar on the ground floor operates in partnership with Michelin starred chef Gary Rhodes, and provides unrivalled dining in a casual Brasserie. We recommend table reservations are made in advance as it is not always possible to guarantee a table on the day of arrival.

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