Hotel Rembrandt Weymouth is an ideal base for your travels around the beautiful and historic Dorset World Heritage Coast. The hotel features 78 well-appointed en suite rooms, Gallery Restaurant & Bar, and Leisure Club & Spa. Situated within close proximity of the Weymouth Esplanade and beautiful sandy beach, and just a short stroll into the town centre, you’ll have convenient access to great attractions, restaurants, and pubs.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Coffee/tea maker
- Free toiletries
- Hair dryer
- Iron/ironing board (on request)
- Free WiFi
- Room service (24 hours)
- Connecting/adjoining rooms available
Gallery Restaurant & Bar
Make a visit to the Gallery Restaurant for a wonderful dining experience under Chef Paul Carmichael. Specializing in freshly prepared food made with locally sourced ingredients, its one of the top quality places to eat in Weymouth. Enjoy steaks, fresh local fish and meats – not to mention the best carvery in Dorset – all served in a warm, relaxed atmosphere. The adjacent Gallery Bar serves up a fine selection of ales, spirits, and wines to help you unwind after a long day of fun.
Weymouth, Dorset, England:
On The Map: Weymouth is a coastal town in Dorset, in the southwest of England, 7 miles south of Dorchester
Weymouth is a bustling seaside resort, with its economy largely depending on its harbour and visitor attractions. The town is in close proximity to the globally renowned Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site on the Dorset and east Devon coast. The Jurassic Coast is off note owing to its unique and ancient geology. Weymouth Harbour is the launching point for cross-channel ferries, as wellas being home to a flotila of pleasure boats and private yachts. The history of Weymouth dates from the 12th century, and it has played a pivotal role in many historical events. Infamously, the town is associated with the spread of the Black Death plague, but the is also many positive historical connections, including the pilgrims’ settlement of Americas, the development of Georgian architecture, and crucial preparations for World War II.