The Winston Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Winston Hotel Southampton
The Winston hotel is located above a pub around 15 mins walk from the city centre. I booked a single room with a shared bathroom. This bathroom is communal and not attached to my room. I had a lovely bed, small basin. Tea & coffee factories plus a TV in my room. The staff were very nice, they let me leave my bags early and put them in my room before I returned.
The pub wasn't at all noisy and it seemed like a true English pub. There was breakfast as well if you wanted it.
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