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Sitting proudly on the seafront, the Umi Brighton Hotel boasts one of the most enviable positions in the city. Brighton’s pier, Conference centre and the bustling lanes are all within a short walking distance from hotel. The main train station is less than a 10 minute drive away.
This hotel is one of Brighton’s best known landmarks, showcasing distinctive Victorian features and a copper dome. The lobby area is small but welcoming, and features modern furnishings and incorporating a seating area. This is a great hotel with a fantastic location offering friendly service. This property was formerly known as the Belgrave hotel.
The contemporary and fresh bedrooms are kept in excellent condition and are medium in size. All units are equipped with ensuite bathrooms, LCD TV’s, tea/coffee making facilities, hair dryers, safe deposit boxes and direct dial phones.
The hotel restaurant is medium in size, serves a variety of international cuisine and follows the modern decor used throughout the hotel.
The West Beach Hotel boasts a fantastic location along Brighton’s sea front opposite the historical West Pier. Shops, restaurants, bars and clubs are all at its doorstep. Brighton pier is a 5 minute walk away, whilst the beach is just across the road.
A white washed building, typical of the Brighton sea front. The lobby is small and incorporates a reception desk, lift and access to the bar. A great location at affordable prices with experienced staff offering friendly service. Budget hotel with a young and vibrant atmosphere only 15 minutes walk from Brighton’s main train station.
Rooms are basic but well maintained. Bedrooms are small to medium in size, all with en suite, TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Most of the rooms enjoy spectacular views of the ocean, but sea view is only available on request.
The main restaurant serves breakfast and other meals throughout the day. Full English breakfast available at a supplement payable directly to hotel. Other facilities include two bars and a nightclub in the basement popular with a younger crowd.
For a world famous pier, glorious beaches and a great promenade, you’ve definitely come to the right spot. The Barceló Brighton Old Ship Hotel is the most historic place in town to stay, and in a fabulous location for getting to all the local attractions, like the Royal Pavilion and its distinctive Indian architecture. The designer boutiques and shops in the Lanes area are also great for picking up presents.
Dating back in parts to 1559, the Barceló Brighton Old Ship Hotel is the oldest hotel in Brighton and stands proud on the bustling seafront in this popular British destination.
From its magnificent white facade to contemporary modern reception area, the hotel prides itself on excellent customer service in comfortable relaxed surroundings.
Retaining the charm and character of the hotel, our Barceló double rooms are traditional in style with modern furnishings. Decorated in vibrant colours to reflect the nautical location, the rooms are light and airy and include quality features such as wireless internet access, complimentary refreshment trays, iron & iron board. The classic white ensuite with traditional fittings is the perfect place to unwind and relax using the complimentary toiletries.
Location3 Restaurant is just a hop from the seafront and serves a fine selection of dishes, accompanied by an extensive choice of fine wines; we offer a wide selection to satisfy the most discerning palate.
Car parking facilities are available for up to 40 cars on a first come, first served basis at £20 per night, but there’s plenty of additional space in the NCP secure parking next to the hotel.
The De Vere Grand Brighton is the city’s only five star hotel. It’s ideally located on the seafront, close to all major attractions and conference venues. Hotel is a member of the De Vere chain.
The exterior is very elegant and has been restored back to its former glory prior to the Conservative Party bombing in 1984. The large reception area is very elegant with marble pillars and a magnificent imposing staircase. The public areas are luxuriously furnished with splendid chandeliers and impressive pillars.
The hotel’s health spa features a pool, sauna, steam room, sunbed, beauty treatment rooms and a hairdresser. A great property offering the best in service. Car parking is charged and is payable directly to hotel.
Bedrooms are medium in size, elegantly furnished and kept in very good condition. All include complimentary hi-speed broadband access. Amenities include mini bar, satellite TV, radio, trouser press, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities, direct dial telephone, Playstation, in-house movies, mini safe and iron with ironing board.
The hotel’s main restaurant serves breakfast and a la carte lunch and dinner. This grand dining area overlooks splendid views of the sea. Alternatively the lounge is open for morning coffee and traditional afternoon tea, light lunches and evening cocktails accompanied by a resident pianist. Wireless internet access available in the Lounge, Bar, Terrace.
The attractive Hilton Brighton Metropole hotel is situated in the heart of Brighton, right by the coast and enjoys a stunning view of the sea. The city centre, with a diverse range of shops and entertainment venues as well as sightseeing attractions, is just a few minutes away. London’s Gatwick airport is around 30 km away. In addition, links to the public transport network lie about 800 m away.
This hotel comprises a total of 328 rooms spread over 6 floors, of which 16 are suites. The facilities include a reception and a hairdresser as well as a bar and a restaurant.
The modern rooms are equipped with an en suite bathroom, a hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, a minibar/fridge and hire safe.
There is an indoor swimming pool and a sun terrace in the grounds on offer to guests. In addition, there is also a health spa with a sauna and further spa offers in the health club. Sports options include a gym.
The popular 4 star Holiday Inn Brighton Seafront hotel has an enviable position overlooking Brighton’s famous beach. City landmarks close by are the Brighton Pavilion, The Dome, Theatre Royal, Sea Life Centre, Brighton Pier, Booth Museum of Natural History and many other attractions. The city centre and its wealth of shops, bars, restaurants and clubs is only a few minutes’ walk away.
The 131 ensuite bedrooms are smartly furnished and all have air-conditioning. Each has a trouser press, satellite TV with pay movies, tea & coffee making facilities and direct dial telephone.
The Garden Room Restaurant combines both an excellent menu and a beautiful view overlooking Brighton seafront. Al fresco dining is available on the hotel terrace during the summer months. For casual dining, the hotel’s comfortable lounge bar serves a range of drinks and light meals and also has a pool table and Wi-Fi internet access.
There is limited parking available at the hotel (chargeable on a first come first served basis) and a nearby public NCP car park.
The Jarvis Preston Park Hotel is located opposite Brighton Preston park station on the main A23 road that runs into Brighton, less than a 10 minute drive from the centre. Local transport from the bus stop just outside the hotel serves direct routes to Brighton pier and surroundings. Preston park is a 5 minute walk away.
The hotel is traditional in design. The lobby is cosy and medium in size incorporating a seating area. Access to both bar and restaurant on the ground floor.
A good value for money property located in a quiet residential area with easy access to Brighton centre. Ample free parking space available to all guests.
All rooms are small to medium in size, tastefully decorated and well maintained. All units en suite with a choice of smoking or non smoking bedrooms. Amenities include cable TV, radio, direct dial telephone, hairdryer and trouser press.
The restaurant is bright and medium in size. A selection of English and Continental food is on the menu. Light snacks and refreshments are available at the bar throughout the day, patio open seasonally.
The Jurys Inn Brighton is located in Brighton, England, next to the train station and 200 metres from the North Laine shopping and nightlife area. The Pavilion, the Dome and the pier are all half a mile from the hotel.
Built in 2007, this five- storey modern hotel is located in New England quarter, offering easy access to Brighton’s shops, bars, restaurants and nightlife. Multilingual staff at the Jurys Inn’s front desk can offer room service (limited hours) and exchange currency. The hotel’s public areas offer wireless Internet access.
The Jurys Inn Brighton offers three dining options. Il Barista serves tea, coffee, and freshly baked pastries. The Inntro Bar offers an all-day menu and screens live televised sports. The Innfusion restaurant is open seven days a week, and offers a menu of contemporary European dishes. The hotel houses a business centre and a conference room with audio-visual equipment.
There are 234 air-conditioned rooms spread over five floors at the Jurys Inn Brighton. All are decorated in a bright, modern style. Rooms are equipped with satellite television, tea and coffee facilities, direct-dial phones, voicemail and high-speed Internet ports. Bathrooms offer makeup mirrors and complimentary toiletries.
The Kings Hotel was formally three magnificent Regency private residences converted at the turn of the last century into beautifully presented accommodation where many rooms command stunning sea-views.
Fantastic location, a stone’s throw from the beach, The Brighton conference centre and Brighton’s cosmopolitan nightlife are just moments away. Situated in the heart of Brighton City Centre.
The 90 en-suite rooms many with sea views, all tastefully designed offering each traveller a home for home experience. All rooms are en-suite with FREE WiFi* and modem link telephone. All rooms are non smoking.
Brighton beachfront is a buzzing playground of swimming, surfing, sailing, basketball, volleyball, skateboarding and lots more. Away from the water there are plenty of spectator sports. Directly opposite the hotel on the beach is a wonderful children’s play area complete with paddling pool, swings and sand pits.
By Car: From London or M25 take the M23/A23 all the way to Brighton, then follow the signs for the seafront. On reaching the Brighton Pier roundabout take the third exit and drive west, with the seafront on your left hand side of the main seafront road, the A259 named Kings Road. You will find the hotel on your right just after West Pier and opposite the band stand.
Limited car parking is offered by the hotel on a chargeable first come first served basis. The front desk is manned 24 hours. Key cards must be shown to obtain keys.
The Lansdowne Place Hotel (Ex Park Inn) is just steps away from Brighton seafront and central attractions, and a short distance from Brighton railway station and convenient for Gatwick and Heathrow Airports.. It has provided magnificent hotel rooms and suites since 1854.
A grand period building with beautiful sash windows. The lobby is large in size. Lansdowne Place Hotel & Spa has recently undergone a major refurbishment to restore its past glory, whilst creating a stylish, contemporary feel.
The luxury rooms have been restored to the highest standards with a blend of period features and contemp orary decor. The hotel has many sea view rooms, each is unique and all are sunny, bright and spacious. All rooms feature a LCD flatscreen television, en-suite facilities, 24 hour room service and some feature walk-in showers. Most bedrooms have king or queen sized beds, and the rooms offering disabled accommodation enjoy the same quality and luxury standards as those offered to any guests.
Hotel suites are also available, from Junior Suites to the magnificent Emperor Suite – with almost 50m of accommodation it is one of the largest hotel suites in Brighton and features floor to ceiling windows, a ‘bathtub in the bedroom’ boudoir and a walk-in shower/wet room.
The Grill at the Lansdowne Place Hotel is one of Brighton & Hove’s best ‘destination’ restaurants and is an excitingly contemporary place to meet and enjoy drinks with friends before eating in or moving on for the evening. Open for all-day dining and drinking throughout the week. Enjoy a hearty full English breakfast to start the day, a light brunch with a cappuccino, lunch with a client, after-work cocktails, or simply a quiet and unhurried evening dinner in the restaurant.
The Mercure Brighton Seafront (Ex Ramada) is a classic seaside hotel built in 1865, and located just five minutes from Brighton station and 25 miles from Gatwick International Airport. Whatever the time of year Brighton is a great place to explore.
Local attractions include The Royal Pavillion the Regency Palace of George IV, which is a must for all culture lovers. The Palace Pier a famous amusement pier has all the attractions guests will need for a fun packed evening or day out. See sharks and rays up close and personal in the country’s largest underwater viewing tunnel at the Sea Life Centre. Enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the Sussex Downs and take in the many trails that take you around the hills and valleys. Enjoy the bustling cosmopolitan city of Brighton with its huge array of shops, cafes, restaurants and beaches.
The Mercure Brighton Seafront has 122 well appointed guests rooms, designed to provide the comfort guests require for undisturbed sleep by night. All of the bedrooms have en-suite bathroom, satellite television, and trouser press, direct dial telephone (many with modem connection) as well as tea and coffee making facilities. 16 sea-view rooms and no smoking rooms are also available. 24hr room service can be provide.
Stay at the Mercure Brighton Seafront and guests will experience everything they would expect from an International hotel company and more. The business services and conference facilities will meet the highest of expectations with secretarial support available should guests require it.
The Arts Grill serves fine international food and is the perfect setting for relaxing at the end of the day and ideal to enjoy a drink in the friendly surroundings. The hotel also has its own Poolside Leisure Club with pool and spa bath. It is the perfect place to relax and unwind away from everyday pressures. Feeling adventurous, curious or just need a relaxing breath of fresh air? Whether guest’s fancy shopping, taking in local heritage, or playing sport there’s plenty to see and do when staying at Ramada Brighton.
myhotel Brighton, “where Freddie Mercury meets the Maharishi” Positioned on the city’s regenerated Jubilee Street in the North Laine area, this unique 80 guestroom property, spread over four floors with two event spaces, restaurant and bar, is the shared aesthetic ideal of Andy Thrasyvoulou and New York designer Karim Rashid.
myhotel Brighton is an exhilarating destination hotel. Juxtaposing sexy cutting-edge design and state-of-the-art technology with serene spirituality and the principles of feng shui, the property’s distinctive individuality invites guests to explore their surroundings.
The exterior of the hotel has a brilliant white facade with floor to ceiling windows reflecting the vibrancy of the city back at itself. Utilising carefully considered lighting, the building’s personality changes throughout the day, acting as a welcoming beacon as the sun sets over the cosmopolitan city. On entering through the glass sliding doors, guests will immediately become aware of myhotel Brighton’s unique design.
merkaba – myhotel’s new sumptuous lounge and cocktail bar opens in Brighton. It is set to be a destination lair of edgy design and aspirational cocktail concoctions.
Charismatic chef Aldo Zilli has recently opened his newest restaurant, Zilli Brasserie in myhotel Brighton. The restaurant, with a total capacity of 240, serves traditional Italian cuisine, with all produce sourced from local suppliers; the emphasis is on a wide variety of the freshest seafood.
Zilli café serves healthy fast food made from fresh ingredients and Zilli café has the look and feel of a bustling Italian deli and offers healthy fast food made from the freshest ingredients.
The Quality Inn Hotel is a bright modern hotel situated in the heart of Brighton, just back from the seafront. All rooms have colour TV with satellite channels, tea and coffee making facilities and hairdryers. The hotel is a 5 minute walk away from “The Lanes” and the city’s shopping centre and is an ideal base for any visit to the South Coast. Diners have a choice of a Tuscan brasserie or Henry J.Bean’s American Bar Diner.
The recently refurbished Deans Place is only a 25 minute drive from Brighton, yet set amid five acres of landscaped gardens in the rolling Sussex countryside. The hotel has an outdoor heated swimming pool (open from May to September), croquet lawn, mini putting green and a new boules court. There are numerous golf courses in the area. However many guests choose to relax in the gardens or in the cosy lounges. For the energetic, the South Downs Way – a popular trail for ramblers – passes within 100 yards of the hotel. You have a wealth of attractions nearby to choose from: historic buildings, antique shops, steam railway, a wine centre, theatre, opera, art galleries and for the young at heart ‘Pooh Corner’ in the village of Hartfield, a popular attraction via some lovely scenery. If a trip to France is on your agenda the Newhaven Ferry Port is close by. Whether staying for business or leisure you can be assured of a warm welcome, delicious food, interesting wines and personal service.
This 3 star hotel is located in the city centre of Brighton and was established in 1991. It is close to the Sealife Centre. The Hotel has a restaurant, a bar, a conference room and a coffee shop. All 138 rooms are equipped with hairdryer.
The superior 3 star Queens Hotel occupies a prime location in town, across the road from the beach and steps away from the famous Brighton Pier. Restaurants and bars are at its doorstep whilst shops and Brighton centre are a few minutes walk away.
The hotel is a landmark building in Brighton boasting an impressive Victorian facade. The lobby is medium in size incorporating a reception desk and a small seating area. The recent works on the property have upgraded the hotel’s standards bringing it in line with modern trends. The 4 star facilities include an indoor swimming pool, steam room, sauna and large gym. Hotel excels in its category.
Most bedrooms are large and spacious, contemporary in style. The majority of rooms have sea views featuring the finest fabrics, fittings and furniture. Internet access available.
The main restaurant serves breakfast and dinner in an elegant yet modern style. Alternatively the Brasserie enjoys panoramic views of the ocean offering a relaxed and cosy environment.
The Royal Albion Hotel in Brighton is a Regency Style Hotel, built in 1826 it offers a warm and friendly environment in a premier position directly opposite Brighton Pier. This Brighton Hotel is proud of its reputation as a family hotel, and one of the premier and most popular hotels in Brighton. The Royal Albion is a popular Brighton Hotel, and is within easy reach of the major motorways links, with Gatwick airport conveniently located 30 minutes away by car and 45 minutes by train.
All of this stunning Brighton Hotels’ 186 bedrooms, including our mini suites provide modern facilities, en-suite, Television, Radio, Trouser Press, Telephone & Hairdryer. Many of the rooms feature luxury Spa baths, air conditioning and stunning Sea Views.
The Royal Albion’s Jenny restaurant serves succulent traditional cuisine, and dining here is an absolute pleasure with the fantastic views out over the English Channel. The Pavillion Bar and the Bar Rogue Cafe Bar are stylish bars providing good food and drinks with great music at night. You can be sure of an exciting stay at the Royal Albion Hotel, Brighton.
Our eight Conference, Meeting and Banqueting rooms are elegantly furnished, equally suitable for day or evening events catering for up to 150 delegates. So if you are looking for a conference venue in Brighton, then look no further than the Royal Albion Hotel. WIFI is available throughout the hotel public areas. The Hotel offers discounted rates for the nearby NCP Car Park, please ask at reception for details.
The Royal York Hotel (ex Radisson BLU Hotel) is centrally located in the heart of Brighton. Close to the seafront and Brighton’s famous Lanes area, convenient for all of Brighton’s nightlife, shopping and cafe culture. Over looking the Old Steine and opposite the Palace Pier.
The 51 boutique styled rooms have a sumptuous regency feel yet are equipped with the modern luxuries of air conditioning, flat screen TV’s, free broadband WIFI and contemporary en suite bathrooms. Each is unique and many have sea views or look over The Old Steine towards the famous Brighton Pavilion.
Unique to Brighton, there are 3 state of the art Karaoke suites for day or night time entertainment. (Fees may apply, subject to availability)
Continental or breakfast buffet available. A full English breakfast made to order is also available. Max’s Grill serves up modern cuisine with an emphasis on locally sourced high quality produce ranging from fresh fish, Sussex meat and seasonal vegetables to homemade ice cream.
By Car: Upon entering Brighton from A23, head towards the seafront. Hotel is on the Old Steine overlooking the park opposite the Palace Pier.
Opposite the old West Pier.
The Granville Hotel is located along the seafront opposite the historic West Pier, a 5 minute walk from shops, bars, restaurants, clubs and Brighton pier. The main train station is a 10 minute walk away. 30% discount for guests parking in the Regency Square NCP car park. Present ticket at reception for validation.
Traditional in style, typical of architecture along Brighton’s sea front. The Lobby is small, cosy and enjoys great views of west pier and the ocean. Area incorporates a small seating area, reception desk, lift to all floors and staircase leading down to restaurant. A gorgeous family run property oozing charm and charachter with a fantastic location.
Excellent standard in all room types, individually decorated varying from art deco to Japanese or gothic in style. Units are medium in size, in great condition with all amenities expected of a 3 star hotel.
The restaurant is medium in size and located in the basement. A mixture of English and continental dishes is on the menu. Outdoor dining available weather permitting.