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I'm a local, but don't know Blue Keys.

It's in a reasonably quiet residential area between the city centre and the Common (huge park).

A 15 - 20 minute walk to the nearest part of the city centre, more like 30 minutes (or a taxi ride) to the best-known restaurant areas of West Quay, Town Quay or Oxford Street.

So not a convenient location, but I don't know the hotel itself.


The city centre hotels, including the three Premier Inns as mentioned by Wowzz  (Premier Inn West Quay is also convenient to cruise terminals & very popular with cruisers), are on the thumbnail map at the bottom of the page on https://www.londontoolkit.com/travel/southampton_accommodation.htm

Not trying to put you off Blue Keys cos I don't know it, but it's some distance north of that map - and I think they have a cancellation policy with 48 hours notice.


JB :classic_smile:

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