A Georgian building set in beautiful landscaped gardens, this hotel is 10 minutes’ walk from Sandown's traditional seafront and high street. The hotel has a maritime themed interior based on the RMS Aquitania.
All the rooms at The Parkbury Hotel are traditionally furnished, and have an en suite bathroom. Guests can also enjoy TV and tea and coffee-making facilities in their room.
Aquitania Lounge Bar patio area overlooks the award-winning gardens and hosts local live entertainment. The restaurant offers a wide range of homemade dishes from the daily menu or the bar menu.
The gardens create an idyllic surrounding for relaxing in the warm summer sun.
The Parkbury is just a few minutes’ walk from Sandown's busy centre, the seafront promenade and the leisure centre. Cowes is 13.5 miles from the property. Free off-street parking is available, and the hotel also offers a 25% discount on the cost of ferry crossings to the Isle of Wight, subject to availability.
What they offer
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms
Services and conveniences
Available in all rooms
Free bottled water
TV [flat screen]
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
To qualify for up to 25% discount on the ferry crossing, please contact the hotel after booking. Guests must give the hotel their car registration, number of passengers and preferred dates/times of crossings. The hotel will then be in touch with details.
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Dr from United Kingdom
Stayed 2 nights in July 2016
Parkbury Hotel, Isle of Wight.”
This hotel has spacious gardens and is set back slightly from the road, with limited parking. The hotel itself is based around a dated maritime theme, and is very dated and needs upgrading badly. It is more attuned to coach parties than individual guests. The brochure is deceiving. The rooms are not spacious at all, but are tiny, with minute 17 inch T.V. screens, which are more appropriate as a computer screen than T.V. Several were not even working, which led to complaints from guests. Mine was tuned in after 30 minutes struggling by the only member of staff to be found! The shower cubicle was minute. Reception was never manned and clearly there were far too staff to be able to cope with any numbers, which at the time I stayed, included a coach party of 43 guests, which was clearly far too many for a skeleton staff to manage adequately! The breakfast when it eventually came, was reasonable if unimaginative ! Internet was unobtainable in the rooms, and at 4 am, I had to dress and go down to the Reception area in order to get a wi-fi connection.
Reviewed July 24, 2016
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stuart from United Kingdom
Stayed 1 night in April 2014
unbeatable value for money ”
value for money good staff good location
there are no doubt many things you could criticise at this hotel such as its 1980's seaside style but that is unfair. It offers absolutely superb value it is quirky as there are no rooms only "cabins" and so many references to the old White Star shipping line (owners of the Titanic) , the wood panelling in the main areas are from an old liner.
Some people have said carpets are very worn. The first time i stayed the room needed refurbing a bit but the second time the room had all new carpets. Facilities are good each room is en suite, loads of tea and coffee in the room and a really great breakfast which would put many hotels charging 3or 4 times as much to shame. The staff are excellent and really helpful. It really is superb value and recommend it -not 5 star luxury a bit 1980's but then so are the prices!