Boutique Accommodation in Southend - Overlooking Thames Estuary
About

Hamiltons Boutique

Accommodation in Southend-on-Sea

The rise of the Hamilton Boutique Hotel began in the years after the building finished construction in the 1790s. In 1803, Princess Caroline, the wife of the Prince Regent, stayed at the hotel. Following her visit, the terrace in which the hotel resides was renamed the “Royal Terrace” and soon became popular in high society, thanks to its superb location overlooking both the seafront, the pier, and the Thames estuary.

Please note there is no onsite Parking.

1790

Historical building

Grade II listed building

As Southend grew, the hotel changed very little retaining much of its Georgian character and charm, but over the decades it fell into disrepair - a tragedy, given the building's grade II listed status. The hotel was fully restored by the previous owners in 2007, allowing guests to experience it's character and history in full splendour once more.

Heritage

restoration

the heritage of Southend seafront

We took over ownership of the hotel at the beginning of 2017 and have been adding glamorous touches so our guests can gain the best experience possible. Today, the hotel stands as a proud testament to the heritage of Southend seafront, giving guests an authentic experience of this famous seaside town year round.

Exceptional

fabulous experience

Boutique Hotel in Southend-on-Sea

In fact, one could argue that the experience for guests today is better than it has ever been. The combination of Georgian character with modern, integrated technology, ensures a fabulous experience, no matter what the purpose of your visit. With beautiful surroundings, warm bedrooms, and Egyptian bed linen, Hamilton’s Boutique Hotel is the final word in comfort.