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Hotel Admiral Palace





hotel admiral palace






    admiral
  • General, formerly general armii (general of the army) (pronounced ) is the Polish language term for the rank of General. In narrow sense it is used to denote the rank of a Four-star general introduced on August 15, 2002.

  • A commissioned officer of very high rank in the US Navy or Coast Guard, ranking above a vice admiral

  • the supreme commander of a fleet; ranks above a vice admiral and below a fleet admiral

  • any of several brightly colored butterflies

  • A commander of a fleet or naval squadron, or a naval officer of very high rank

  • A butterfly that has dark wings with bold colorful markings





    palace
  • A large, splendid house

  • a large ornate exhibition hall

  • The official residence of a sovereign, archbishop, bishop, or other exalted person

  • a large and stately mansion

  • the governing group of a kingdom; "the palace issued an order binding on all subjects"





    hotel
  • a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services

  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists

  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication

  • A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. The provision of basic accommodation, in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand has largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including en-suite

  • In French contexts an hotel particulier is an urban "private house" of a grand sort. Whereas an ordinary maison was built as part of a row, sharing party walls with the houses on either side and directly fronting on a street, an hotel particulier was often free-standing, and by the eighteenth











THE WEST BEACH AND THE WEST CLIFF FROM THE PIER. BOURNEMOUTH. 1990




THE WEST BEACH AND THE WEST CLIFF FROM THE PIER.  BOURNEMOUTH.  1990





The West Beach as seen from the pier. Although the area in the background is known as the West Cliff, the lower part that slopes down towards Pier Approach is more accurately, the South Cliff.

Starting up on the right we can see the Court Royal Convalescent Home for the South Wales Mining industry that was built in the 1850s as Madeira House. It is clearly visible in many early photographs from 1860 onwards and is a great datum point when comparing then and now images.

The big brown building is the Bournemouth International Centre that opened in 1984. It occupies land that where the picturesque, thatched Cliff Cottage stood amongst the pines until the area was redeveloped in the 1870s. Some development had already occured in the 1850s and 60s when the previously mentioned Madeira House and a few other properties were built at the cliff edge.
Most of the properties became hotels that had served the town's tourism industry for over a century when they were demolished to make way for the B.I.C in the early 1980s. The list of hotels that once stood where the B.I.C sits includes the Southcliffe, Pier View, Starley's, Towercliffe, Berkeley Hall, Charborough Hall, Beechcliffe Hall, Clifton Hall, Regent Palace, South Cliff Lodge, Brownswood Hall, Walmer and Empress along with it's neighbour, the Scientific Motors garage.

Beyond the B.I.C is the Bay Hotel that had previously been the Beacon Hotel and the Bourne Bay Hotel, which is Beacon House, built in the mid 1860s, remodelled. The original house is recognisable in the building's facade.

Above the Bay Hotel is the Highcliff Hotel. In the early 1870s some houses were being built on the site when they were purchased before they were completed and converted into the original hotel building that was later extended.

To the right of the Highcliff, the tower block is Admiral's Walk in West Cliff Rd, and infront of that is the terrace of former coastguard cottages that are now part of the Highcliff Hotel.

On the undercliff promenade, on the right is the plot where the Bournemouth Club was erected in 1871 and remained in an enlarged form until the 1960s.It is where the Oceanarium has stood since 2000.

The Westover and Bournemouth Rowing Club is immediately beyond the white wall. They have occupied the site since 1865 but their lease is unlikely to be renewed in 2011 as the neighbouring Oceanarium is looking to expand.

The rest of the buildings are shelters and toilets, with the one on the furthest left having been converted into the Happylands amusement arcade.











THE WEST BEACH AND WEST CLIFF FROM THE PIER. BOURNEMOUTH. MARCH 1988




THE WEST BEACH AND WEST CLIFF FROM THE PIER.  BOURNEMOUTH.  MARCH 1988





The West Beach as seen from the pier. Although the area in the background is known as the West Cliff, the lower part that slopes down towards Pier Approach is more accurately the South Cliff.

Starting up on the right we can see the Court Royal Convalescent Home for the South Wales Mining industry that was built around 1960 as Madeira House. It is clearly visible in many early photographs from 1860 onwards and is a great datum point when comparing then and now images.

The big brown building is the Bournemouth International Centre that opened in 1984. It occupies land that where the picturesque, thatched Cliff Cottage stood amongst the pines until the area was redeveloped in the 1870s.
Most of the properties became hotels that had served the town's tourism industry for over a century when they were demolished to make way for the B.I.C in the early 1980s. The list of hotels that once stood where the B.I.C sits includes the Southcliffe, Pier View, Starley's, Towercliffe, Berkeley Hall, Charborough Hall, Beechcliffe Hall, Clifton Hall, Regent Palace, South Cliff Lodge, Brownswood Hall, Walmer and Empress along with it's neighbour, the Scientific Motors garage.

Beyond the B.I.C is the Bay Hotel that had previously been the Beacon Hotel and the Bourne Bay Hotel, having been remodelled from the original Beacon House built in the mid 1860s.

Above the Bay Hotel is the Highcliff Hotel. In the early 1870s some houses were being built on the site when they were purchased before they were completed and converted into the original hotel building that was later extended.

To the right of the Highcliff, the tower block is Admiral's Walk in West Cliff Rd, and infront of that is the terrace of former coastguard cottages that are now part of the Highcliff Hotel.

On the undercliff promenade, on the right is the plot where the Bournemouth Club was erected in 1871 and remained in an enlarged form until the 1960s. It is where the Oceanarium has stood since 2000.

The Westover and Bournemouth Rowing Club is immediately beyond the white wall. They have occupied the site since 1865 but their lease is unlikely to be renewed in 2011 as the neighbouring Oceanarium is looking to expand. The club have been paying a discounted rent for the site for many years but the Council now want the full market value for it in these hard times.

The rest of the buildings are shelters and toilets, with the one on the furthest left having been converted into the Happylands amusement arcade.









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