Southampton UK Cruise Port Terminal
Going on cruise ? Port Hotels, accommodation close to Southampton terminals on the south coast of England in Hampshire UK.
The Terminals are located south of the city centre. Currently there are 4 cruise terminals which are the Mayflower, City, Ocean and Queen Elizabeth cruise terminals. There is a large choice of hotels near the docks of Port Southampton.
Southampton is the capital for cruises in the UK and home to some of the finest cruise lines in the world (Cunard, Fred Olsen, P&O Cruises,...). As more and more cruise lines bring bigger and bigger ships to Southampton the port is now on course to become the biggest cruise ship hub in Europe.
Major Cruise Lines depart from the docks like P&O Cruises, Cunard Cruise Line (Queen Mary2 and Queen Victoria), Norwegian Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean International ( RCL ), Princess Cruises, ...
Most Booked by Cruise Passengers
Hotels are located within walking distance or a short taxi ride away from the port. List of most booked hotels near Southampton Cruise ship terminals (random order).
- Ibis Southampton - cheap city centre hotel
- The Star Hotel - cheap city centre hotel
- Mercure Southampton Centre Dolphin Hotel - city centre hotel
- Novotel Southampton - hotel overlooking the port
- Premier Inn Southampton West Quay - New hotel - highly recommended
Bed and Breakfast overnight stay
Bed and Breakfast or Guest Houses
- Hunters Lodge - excellent guest house a short drive from Docks
- Banister Guest House - guest house just outside city centre
- Argyle Lodge - guest house 1 mile from the Port
- Eaton Court Guest House - b&b 1 mile from Docks
- Alcantara Guest House - highly recommended Bed and Breakfast
- Addenro Bed and Breakfast - B&B just outside the city centre
- Devonia - B&B located 15 min. from cruise ship terminal
It's a natural deep water port and able to accommodate the world's largest cruise liners. The majority of cruises go to the Baltic's, Canary Islands, Norwegian Fjords, Mediterranean.Round trip cruises are also available transatlantic to the USA, Caribbean, around Africa or even a World Cruise.
Location -- The cruise Port of Southampton has four terminals, all close to the city centre :
# The Mayflower Terminal is home to P&O Cruises fleet of ships including Ventura, Arcadia, Oceana, Oriana, Aurora and Artemis. Ships set sail from berth 106.
# The City Terminal in the Western Docks.
# The Queen Elizabeth II Terminal at the docks is home Cunard's fleet of ships, Fred. Olsen Cruise lines and Carnival UK brands, P&O Cruises and Princess Cruises also use this terminal.
# Ocean Terminal is the newest cruise terminal at the docks. This terminal is located at Dock Gate 4 (Eastern Docks). Used by P&O cruises and Cunard Line.
More Information -- www.southamptonvts.co.uk
Accommodation near the ferry dock and cruise terminal
One of the most popular hotels within close distance of the ship terminals is 3 star rated Novotel Southampton. This modern hotel looks out over the port and is situated in the city centre, nearby the Central Rail Station.
Another popular and cheap place to stay is three star Jurys Inn Southampton. Jurys Inn is located in the city centre overlooking East Park, within easy reach of all port terminals.
Also a very cheap accommodation is low budget 2 star The Star Hotel, situated on High Street. This cheaper hotel is set in a historical part of the city, not far from the Port and the docks, with ferries to the Isle of Wight.
For a more luxurious accommodation, we can recommend you 4 star luxury The De Vere Grand Harbour. This deluxe hotel has a great location right on the waterfront, ideally placed nearby the ferry and cruise terminals.
One of the best hotels offering 5 star guest accommodation around the port is exclusive The White Star Tavern, located on cosmopolitan Oxford Street, in the city’s historic maritime district.
See also our cheap deals for hotels, b&b's and apartment rentals around other cruise ports in the UK : Hotels near Cruise Port of Dover, Hotels close to Harwich Cruise Terminal, and Hotels near by the port of Edinburgh.