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Number Five Boutique Hotel and Restaurant Star Rating 4        
4 Malvern Road

Number Five Boutique Hotel and Restaurant provides a stylish setting when in Portsmouth. Guests can also enjoy complimentary internet throughout the property.The cosy rooms at the hotel have heating, a flat-screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities.
Best Western Royal Beach Hotel Southsea Portsmouth Star Rating 3        
South Parade

Featuring an elegant Victorian facade, this oceanside hotel overlooks South Parade Pier and Southsea Beach. It's 3.4 miles from the city centre.
Holiday Inn Express Portsmouth - Gunwharf Quays Star Rating 3        
The Plaza Gunwharf Quays

Set a 0.4 miles from Portsmouth Harbour train station, this modern hotel is also 0.4 miles from the iconic Spinnaker Tower and 0.
Portsmouth Park Hotel Star Rating 3        
Eastern Road, Farlington

This low-key traditional hotel is 6.5 miles from Blue Reef Aquarium and 6.7 miles from Southsea Castle.
Holiday Inn Portsmouth Star Rating 3        
Pembroke Road

A 6-minute walk from Southsea hovercraft terminal, this straightforward hotel is also less than 1 mile from Spinnaker Tower and 1.2 miles from the Mary Rose Museum.Simple, modern rooms and suites feature flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, desks, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Ibis Portsmouth Centre Star Rating 2        
Winston Churchill Avenue

A 7-minute walk from Portsmouth & Southsea railway station, this contemporary budget hotel is 0.8 miles from Spinnaker Tower observation deck and 1.1 miles from the HMS Victory.
Marriott Portsmouth Star Rating 4        
Southampton Road

Off Junction 12 of the M27, this contemporary hotel is also 3 miles from Hilsea train station and 5 miles from Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.Bright modern rooms feature flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi (fee) and work desks, as well as tea and coffeemaking equipment and 24/7 room service. Upgraded rooms add free Wi-Fi, and suites have separate living rooms and 4-poster beds.
Seacrest Hotel Southsea Portsmouth Star Rating 3        
12, South Parade Southsea

This sophisticated hotel is a 6-minute walk from the South Parade Pier entertainment area and 5 minutes from Southsea Castle, a coastal fortress.Stylish rooms come with smart TVs, complimentary Wi-Fi, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Many rooms have sea views and family rooms sleep up to 5.
Queens Hotel Portsmouth Star Rating 3        
Clarence Parade, Osbourne Road, Southsea

Across the street from a park on the Clarence Parade, this stately Edwardian hotel is a 10-minute walk from the D-Day Museum and 7 minutes to the Clarence Pier.Modest rooms have free WiFi, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Some rooms feature sea views.
G Boutique Hotel Portsmouth Star Rating 2        
71 Festing Road

A 1-minute walk from the Portsmouth Museum of Natural History and an additional 5 minutes to the seaside esplanade, this stylish boutique hotel is within a brick Victorian facade.Rooms are quirky and contemporary, with designer furnishings, en suite baths (one with a raised whirlpool tub), free WiFi, flat-screen TVs with premium channels and high-end bath amenities.Gourmet buffet breakfast is included, and there's limited free off-street parking.
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Portsmouth is an English city located in the county of Hampshire. It offers all the facilities of a modern city as well as all the charm of a small and welcoming place. The history of Portsmouth is closely tied to the British Navy, since the port has always been a military one and even nowadays its shipbuilders work on warships. Among the city's most important attractions is the Spinnaker Tower which, located in the port area of Portsmouth, is one of the United Kingdom's highest buildings. It has three viewpoints and the impressive view from it takes in the whole of the city and port of Portsmouth, the city's Cathedral and Southsea Castle, built in 1544 by Henry VIII to guard the city against a possible French invasion. Portsmouth is a city with a large number and variety of restaurants where you can try traditional dishes and also sample the cuisines of other countries. There are many different bars, beaches and night clubs to suite all tastes.