Jazz

Jazz in Dorset - Saga Holidays

Saga Jazz in Dorset - Queens Hotel calendar_today 08 Jul 19 place Bournemouth, Dorset

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Live jazz from four bands

Enjoy four evenings of live jazz sessions from four different jazz bands, plus two jazz-related talks from your expert jazz host, with two dates and programmes to choose from. This holiday also includes an excursion to Compton Acres, to see the fabulous gardens.

Including...

  • Four jazz sessions from four live bands
  • Two illustrated jazz talks
  • All breakfasts and dinners
  • Jazz host and Saga representative
  • One excursion
  • Welcome drink
  • Porterage in your hotel
  • Cancellation rights

Address

Queens Hotel - Meyrick Road, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH1 3DL

Introduction

The well placed, privately-owned Queens Hotel combines a quiet location with a friendly atmosphere and excellent facilities. These include a restaurant, with many dishes created from local produce. There are nine steps and a ramp to the hotel entrance, and the leisure centre is located on the lower ground floor, which is not accessible by lift.

Accommodation

All 109 bedrooms are simple yet traditionally styled.

Television
Tea coffee making facilities
Hairdryer
Radio
Telephone
Wi-Fi

Food and Drink

Look forward to dining in the hotel's restaurant, Alexanders, where you can enjoy a choice of dishes. You can also take time to relax in the hotel's Garden Lounge. 

 

Restaurant
Lounge bar
Sauna
Swimming pool
Steam room
Jacuzzi
Gym
Beauty centre
Wi-Fi (extra charge)

The hotel is ideally situated in a quiet part of the elegant East Cliff area. It’s just 500 yards from the unique Russell-Cotes museum, and a short walk from the town centre, cliffs and beach, making it a good location for exploring the popular seaside town of Bournemouth.

Bournemouth

Bournemouth has been popular as a seaside holiday resort for some two centuries and has a host of attractions and facilities. Look out for the many fine Victorian and Edwardian buildings of the town, including Langtry Manor House, built by Edward VII, then Prince of Wales, for his mistress Lillie Langtry. The town is renowned for its 2,000 acres of parks and gardens, the Central, Upper and Lower gardens some of its most famous. For art lovers, the Russell-Cotes Art Gallery includes an impressive collection of paintings and a well-known Japanese collection. Then of course there’s the pier, rebuilt in the 1970s, and entertainment venues including Bournemouth International Centre and the Bournemouth Pavilion. A little further afield lie the towns of Boscombe and Christchurch, the latter home to an attractive quay and an 11th-century Priory church, plus the famous UNESCO-listed Jurassic Coast.

Select your room

1 x Twin (Standard Room) - £499 per person

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2 x Single (Standard Room) - £499 per person

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2 x Single (Single Room with Supplement) - £575 per person

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ENTERTAINMENT:
Hosted by Margaret Saddington
With live Jazz from:
JB Jazz & Blues Band 
The Savannah Jazz Band - Photo by Sam Ralph
Martin Bennett's Old Green River Band - Photo by Sam Ralph
Washington Whirligig - Photo by Sam Ralph

 

Month Max Min
J 9 5
F 10 5
M 12 6
A 15 7
M 18 10
J 21 13
J 23 15
A 23 15
S 20 13
O 16 10
N 12 7
D 9 5

 

Month Avg Rainfall (mm)
J 52
F 38
M 34
A 43
M 50
J 42
J 40
A 48
S 49
O 70
N 62
D 53
  • Tel: 01202 554415
  • Address: Meyrick Road, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH1 3DL, UK