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The Ageas Bowl, Southampton

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TripAdvisor
  • Last year went to see Sir Rod Stewart concert at the Ageas was brilliant and their yearly firework display is well worth going to  more »
  • We were here for a party. The suite we were in had fabulous ariel views of the cricket ground and area. Nice layout of tables and decor and buffett ok, drinks were pricey but enjoyed the visit and wou...  more »
  • Having attended a meeting this week at this venue I am compelled to tell of my experience. Its so easy to be critical........the staff at this location were amazing - friendly and helpful. They really...  more »
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  • A beautiful and picturesque cricket venue. One of my favourite places to watch the game. Good access and amenities make it pretty stress free to attend games, even internationals. Prices can be a little expensive on beer and food, so you might want to take your own food in with you, but you're stuck paying for the on-site alcohol.
  • Outstanding ground for watching cricket. One of, if not the best in the country! Beautiful and tidy ground, particularly enjoyed being able to go and get a hot dog while still watching the game. Would be 5 stars if the car park wasn't so terrible (and expensive)!
  • Very good quality hotel, restaurant and conference room overlooking the pitch. Also good value
  • The leader of Eastlrigh Borough Council, LibDem Keith House spent millions of taxpayers money so as to have his own little project. However the ill thought out planning causes major traffic congestion and complete gridlock at peak times.
  • I went to watch England vs Pakistan recently with my friend who is in a wheelchair. The venue is a bit far from station so unless a local would say to go by car or park and ride scheme. However, when we got there the disabled spaces were full so we had to park at the other side of the ground from where we were sitting, AND up a grassy fairly steep bank. I think this is disgraceful to expect disabled spectators to push so far away from their seat - luckily my friend is strong and had no trouble (except up the hill on the way back and I had to help). HAMPSHIRE : How about only issuing enough disabled parking spaces that you can actually cater for?!!! Aside from this, the ground is very pretty. Toilet facilites good, lots of fairly expensive food choices, but you have to expect that. The stewards were useless and might as well have not been there. Lots seemed baffled by the simplest of questions, security checks were minimal and late on a group of teenage stewards near me were standing around talking about their supposed sex lives...in rather crude and some would find, especially women, offensive language. This venue could be so much better with better staff and organisation. Doubtful I would go again.