Designed as a beacon of hope emerging from the Great Depression, the majestic Echo building anchors Bournemouth’s town centre. Constructed at great cost in 1932 and bursting with original Art Deco features.The Print Room restaurant is set in the former press room, once a loud and bustling hive of activity with hot metal printing presses and the daily news thundering onto hundreds of miles of paper.Built by skilled craftsmen, this lavish classical space is redolent of the drama of the era with its gleaming monochrome tiles, vast mirrors, maple wood panelled dining booths and spectacular, sparkling Swarovski crystal chandeliers. With exsquisite dishes to match, such as whole baked gilt head sea bream or bourgiugnon style roasted fillet of beef, your experience at The Print Room is sure to be a memorable one.
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