Bournemouth Marriott Highcliff Hotel

8 February 2010 No Comments

Receive a complimentary bottle of Codorníu Clásico 1872 Brut, Cava or Pinot Grigio, Cuvée Rosé Brut, San Orsola when you book a table for 4 or more people.

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Sitting right on the clifftop, Bournemouth Marriott Highcliff Hotel is famous for its superb views and spectacular location, the hotel houses a two AA rosette award winning seafood grill restaurant. Alternatively, you can enjoy a drink or two at Highcliff Lounge & Bar, again taking advantage of those superb views.

Bournemouth Marriott Highcliff Hotel

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We are open 7 days a week, from 6.30am
Enjoy Sunday Lunch with Live Music every Sunday from 1pm - 3pm. An arrival drink, 3 course carvery style luncheon and coffee for only £21.50.
FREE bottle of wine when table book for 4 people
Executive Head Chef – Clyde Hollett: "Bournemouth Tourisms ‘Restaurant of the Year’ for 2010, the Highcliff Grill offers award winning cuisine in a stunning cliff top location. The menu features seasonal contemporary dishes and local fresh fish and seafood complemented by excellent service and sweeping sea views across Bournemouth Bay."
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