Southampton Cruise Accommodation

Southampton is one of Northern Europe's busiest cruise ports

Southampton is one of Northern Europe’s busiest cruise ports

Southampton Cruise Terminals are one of the busiest in the country. Spread along the West and East Docks, terminals are served by a wealth of cruise friendly accommodation in the city. In Cruise village itself, directly around terminals sit quality chain and independent hotels just minutes from departure points. The many B&Bs, apartments and hotels around the city centre are equally perfect for pre-cruise stays, just a quick taxi ride or B&B transfer service away from Western and Eastern Docks.

With its year round cruise timetable, Southampton accommodation caters exceptionally well for cruise travellers. One night pre-cruise stays are warmly welcomed across B&Bs and hotels. Additional services including park and cruise deals, transfer to cruise terminals and Central Station pick-up are available along with ‘Cruise & Stay’ packages in many city hotels. You’ll also find a good choice of hotels offering park, stay and fly packages.

Apartments near Cruise Terminals

Luxury serviced apartments located near or along the waterfront are the perfect flexible alternative to hotels, and afford easy access to Cruise Terminals. Most have a minimum stay of just two nights and are perfect for pre-cruise or pre-ferry stays. Essentials such as free WiFi, Freeview TV with iPod/ MP3 connectivity and onsite free parking are all inclusive. Some luxury serviced apartments down on the waterfront around stunning Ocean Village also offer extras such as cruise or airport transfers, arranging car hire and even grocery orders ready for arrival – perfect for that no fuss pre-cruise stay. Super stylish new apartments and hotels are increasingly appearing at Ocean Village, Southampton’s premier waterfront complex just east of the Cruise Terminals. It’s the prefect area for a pre or post cruise stay with a marina and wharfs, restaurants, bars, a cinema and more! You’ll also get some of the best views of incoming and outgoing cruise liners from Ocean Village!

Cruise Hotels

Cruise hotels in Southampton sit right up close to the city’s terminals in cruise village. They feature well known stylish hotel brands offering outstanding Park, Stay and Go packages. These include not just overnight accommodation with full use of hotel facilities but also car parking. Easily accessed off the M27, hotels located in the village and around the city centre offer some great value packages on anything from short 4 day park & stay deals to long-stay 15 day packages with parking and transfers included. Some even offer that all inclusive park, stay, fly and cruise package!

B&B Cruise Accommodation

For great value and a central location just minutes from your cruise terminal opt for best value B&B accommodation. Many guest houses offer cruise and stay packages with free off road parking and WiFi included. Great value B&B guest houses located on the northern outskirts of Southampton around the Common are within a 10 minute drive of cruise terminals, the Airport and motorway links. Guest houses are experienced in welcoming pre-cruise stays and offer lots of helpful advice on getting to your cruise terminal relaxed and on time. A warm welcome, early breakfasts on request if required, taxi booking and much more are no problem in Southampton B&Bs, most of which are within minutes of cruise terminals.

Cruise Accommodation Parking

If you are in Southampton Cruise accommodation which does not offer a park & stay deal, there are two car parking companies located at Cruise Terminals which cater for different cruise companies. ABP Port of Southampton Cruise Car Parking serves Royal Caribbean, MSC, NCL, Celebrity Cruises, Saga and Fred Olsen. Cruise and Passenger Services provide parking for Carnival, P&O Cruises, Princess and Cunard. Each of the cruise terminals have their own drop off point and pay and display short term parking facilities.

Michelle is an experienced travel writer with iknow and has travelled extensively across the UK, Spain, Portugal and the USA. When she’s not busy writing for iknow she enjoys spending time touring museums and art galleries and seeking out the best independent shops in Manchester and Leeds.