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Butlin's Bognor Regis offers guests a number of options when it come to accommodation to suit every budget and requirement. You may opt to stay in the one of the rooms or suites available or you maybe feeling like living it up a little and decide for one of the super modern hotel rooms. Take a look at our video of the Wave hotel below to get a feel for the rooms, reception, Soho coffee shop and games room.
Butlin's Bognor Regis Accommodation
- The Ocean, Wave or Shoreline Hotel offers rooms, apartments or staterooms
- Apartments range from Standard, Silver or Gold
- Rooms offer Silver or Deluxe Suites
When we entered the room there was an overwhelming sense of comfort with ultra modern soft furnishing in a clean and airy room. The kids were immediately into the bunk bed room and began to operate the TV's on either bunk as we frantically removed their shoes. On the bed made from one of the bath towel was a lovingly crafted Elephant which the kids, and me if we are being totally honest, found hugely impressive.
When coming to unpack our bags we found that the room had in built wardrobes with ample shelf and hanging space which was a real bonus. The kids bunk bed rooms also have lots and lots of shelf space to neatly organise their cloths. The bathroom had a super stylish sink and really nice side with lots of space for toiletries. The shower and toilet were both sparklingly clean and this attention to cleanliness from the housekeeping team is expertly delivered.
The room also has two bedside tables, dressing table with mirror and hairdryer, coffee table, iron and ironing board, safe, two comfortable chairs and a poof for feet. TV wise there is one main TV in front of the bed and two one on each bunk bed.
I particularly liked having the balcony it allowed us to have that little bit of breathing space outside with out having to go anywhere. I would have liked to enjoy more time on the balcony however due to the cold you couldn't often spend to long sat out there. I felt very comfortable with having the kids out there (Supervised) as there were no gaps big enough to get body parts through.
The hotel its self seemed to be kept very warm, I'm not sure if this is how hotels have to be kept but at times it felt uncomfortable in the corridors. The rooms had air conditioning units which helped a little too cool things down but we found opening the sliding door slightly the most effective way.
Overall we were very happy with our room, however if you are looking to self cater lunchtimes for you little's ones in the room you may find it a struggle with limited table top space.