Stade Court Hotel is ideally situated in Hythe and only 1 minute walk from the beach, ten minutes’ walk to the centre of Hythe and only 25 minutes’ drive from the Euro tunnel and Dover Ferry Port. The hotel has a beautiful seafront location.
Our 41 individually furnished en-suite guestrooms are well equipped and many boast stunning views of the English Channel. Room amenities include Complimentary Wifi, Flat-screen TV with Freeview, Hospitality Tray, Direct Dial Telephone, Work Desk, Complimentary toiletries, Iron and Ironing Board, Hairdryer and guests can enjoy complimentary onsite parking.
Our restaurant and lounge offers stunning seafront views and serves a quality range of dishes using freshly caught seafood and the finest local produce. We take great pride in our reputation for outstanding hospitality and the most discerning of guests are catered for.
At Stade Court Hotel we also cater for Meetings, conferences and weddings. Our dedicated and professional team look forward to welcoming you to Stade Court Hotel.
24-Hour Front Desk
Small Pets Allowed
Internet Access - Complimentary
Ramp Access to Buildings
Wheel Chair Access
Double Room features 1 double bed, free wifi, cable TV, hair dryer, tea and coffee making facilities, ensuite bath, and alarm clock radio. Room Size: 165 square feet.
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