Have you ever wondered what it’s like inside the most expensive hotel rooms in and around Southend? 

The most expensive hotels in Southend on Booking.com start at just under £200 but would you splash the cash to stay in one?

From panoramic sea views to freestanding baths and  balconies, these hotels are the epitome of lavish glamour. Here's how the other half live: 

Roslin Beach Hotel 

Executive king room with sea view

£439 - with breakfast

Braintree and Witham Times:

This four-star Southend hotel has stunning views of the Thames Estuary are a fabulous modern restaurant that offers a range of fresh seafood. 

Fit for royalty The Roslin Beach Hotel has a range of treatment rooms and offers designer Elemis facials and massages. 

Braintree and Witham Times:

All of the rooms come with complimentary toiletries as well as bathrobes and slippers, so you can really strut your stuff.

The Thorpe Bay rooms are all individually designed to ensure guests get the most of our their stay - but for just under the average Brits weekly wage, would you stay here? 

Greenwoods Hotel and Spa

Double room

£280 - with breakfast

Braintree and Witham Times:

Greenwoods Hotel and Spa is set within a Grade II listed 17th century manor house which has been lovingly restored and developed.

The hotel restaurant has been awarded an AA rosette and there is also a spa, salon and fitness suite. 

Braintree and Witham Times:

At a tear-jerking £280 for a double room you've really got to have some cash ready to splurge.

However, previous residents have raved about their experiences at the Greenwoods Hotel saying it was "money well spent". 

Braintree and Witham Times:

The double room comes with a marbled bathroom and luxurious spa bath as well as complimentary access to the spa and fitness suite, including the 20 yard indoor swimming pool. 

Seven Hotel

Suite with city view

£369 - with breakfast

Braintree and Witham Times:

This luxurious boutique hotel is 100 yards from Three Shells in Southend. 

A self-proclaimed work of art, Seven Hotel was created by the award-winning designers Adam Tibbatts, inspired by the hotel's surroundings. 

Braintree and Witham Times:

The four-storey hotel has 37 rooms with five luxury suites on the top floor. There is also a modern British restaurant and gin centric bar, with stunning views across Souuthend Pier.

For a jaw-dropping £369 you can enjoy the splendour of your own living room and bedroom plus a wet room with rain shower and sliding French doors to a terrace.

All prices correct at the time of publishing for a one night stay on Saturday 21 November 2020.

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