The Sandbanks Hotel


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One of the first impressions you will have on arrival at The Sandbanks Hotel is the stunning view

This magnificent property is one of the only hotels in the country with direct access onto an award winning blue flag beach!

With its fabulous views this water's edge venue is the perfect place for your perfect day. We pride ourselves that, not only do we have three unique wedding suites available to cater for all wedding parties but we also offer professionalism and an enthusiastic team, including a wedding planner, award-winning chefs and management to help and advise you to ensure that your special day is guaranteed success.


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Venue Capacity: Comfortably seating 100 guests and with panoramic sea view windows that flood your ceremony with bright natural light.

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Sandbanks
Poole, Dorset, England BH13 7PS
United Kingdom

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