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Holiday Inn BRIGHTON - SEAFRONT
1.94 Miles from Brighton Marina
If you're thinking of booking a hotel near Brighton Marina why not check out its entertainment facilities which include an eight-screen cinema, ten pin bowling alley and casino?
Hotels near Brighton Marina
At Brighton Marina there's a great range of shops and services on hand such as massage therapies and beauty treatments. Learn to dive or snorkel or hire diving equipment at The Brighton Dive Centre. Or enjoy Indian, Thai. Italian and Portuguese cuisine at one of the many restaurants there.
Arts and culture
Why not plan your trip to Brighton to coincide with the annual Brighton Festival in May, an annual celebration of theatre, dance, art, film, literature and family events that attracts international artists?
It's the biggest arts festival in England with events taking place across the city including artists' open houses, comedy and food. Check the dedicated website nearer the time for more details.
Or take in a show any time of year at the Theatre Royal, one of the oldest theatres in the country which offers a wide range of entertainment including theatre, ballet, opera, musicals and comedy.
Things to see and do
Step back in time at Preston Manor, a mostly 18th-century former Manor House, reputed to be one of the most haunted buildings in Britain, whose Edwardian gardens have now been restored.
Or release the inner child in you at Brighton Toy and Model Museum, one of the finest toy museums in the world housing a collection of 10,000 toys and models.
Eating and drinking
Don't be put off by the fact that Iydea is a vegetarian canteen. It serves some of the most vibrant food in the city such as Thai green tofu curry – and it's cheap. Head to the Evening Star pub nearby afterwards for a pint, or sample Pizzaface, a popular pizza takeaway specialising in exotic toppings.
Catch a film at the Duke of York's Picture House which claims to be the oldest cinema in continuous use in Britain. It was one of the first cinemas to open in the world and has been an arthouse cinema since 1981. The largely unaltered building also hosts the annual Brighton Film Festival.
Visitors in search of some retail therapy are directed to The Laines, once the heart of the old fishing quarter and now home to an eclectic collection of largely small independent shops and cafés.
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