Top hotels in Brighton
Exquisitely designed, our colorful boutique building offers guests a range of accommodation options, an elegant sea-view restaurant, a friendly co-working space, a quirky bar, and a cozy late-night venue. Hove is the perfect spot for a weekend getaway as well as a convenient base for longer stays. Head to reception and check out our rich event calendar packed with local tours, yoga classes, local talks, workshops, and a wide variety of live music gigs.In the mood for some culture? Swing by the i360 for impressive views before grabbing an espresso martini from the bar back at Selina.
Overlooking the seafront, formerly Jurys Inn, Leonardo Royal Hotel Brighton Waterfront benefits from its own entrance at the front of the hotel in the right corner and is just 400 metres from the Brighton Pier and the Royal Pavilion. It offers free WiFi throughout, a restaurant with sea views, a pool and a spa. The air-conditioned rooms at the Leonardo Royal Hotel Brighton Waterfront feature a Dream bed, a flat-screen TV and an en suite bathroom with free toiletries. Guests can use the Health & Leisure club free of charge. Facilities include an indoor swimming pool, steam room, sauna and a fully equipped gym. There are also beauty treatments available at an extra charge. A hot and cold breakfast buffet is available daily with a selection of a la carte dishes. Organic coffee, Twinings tea and Bonne Maman preserves are offered. The contemporary restaurant offers an international dinner menu. The spectacular Atrium Bar is a focal point of the hotel with its huge glass ceiling. The modern bar and lounge areas have comfortable seating and are a perfect place to unwind. On the seafront promenade, this hotel is near the Lanes shopping area. Brighton Train Station is less than a 10-minute walk away. The Lanes car park is situated underneath the hotel and guests receive a discounted rate.
Overlooking the sea, this 3-star hotel is a great place for a traditional seaside stay. Get your day off to a great start in the hotel's dining room, with its excellent choice of hot and cold breakfasts, and take advantage of the free wifi in the hotel's bar. Complimentary toiletries are provided in each room's en-suite bathroom, and you can unwind in front of your room's satellite TV.
"Next to Brighton Railway Station, in the city centre, the formerly Jurys Inn, Leonardo Hotel Brighton is a 15-minute walk from the beach. It boasts a 24-hour reception, bar and restaurant. The Brighton Centre, the retail centre of the city and tourist attractions such as the Laines, Brighton Dome, Theatre Royal Brighton and the Gardner Centre are all within 15 minutes’ walk. The stylish bedrooms at this Leonardo Hotel feature a Dream bed with crisp white linens, flat-screen TVs with Freeview and a large work space. The spacious bathrooms boast spa toiletries. A hot and cold breakfast buffet is available daily with a selection of a la carte dishes. Organic coffee, Twinings tea and Bonne Maman preserves are offered. Lunch and dinner is available at Oddsocks Bar and Kitchen, offering a range of light bites, hearty meals including Rotisserie chicken and British favourites and a great selection of drinks. The bar serves lunch and snacks as well as coffees and drinks. The Brighton Leonardo Hotel also provides services such as dry cleaning/laundry. Public parking is available close to the hotel and internet access is available in public areas."
The Kings Hotel Brighton is located right on the seafront, just a few steps from the beach and a short stroll from the fun of Brighton Pier, the state of the art facilities of the Brighton Conference Centre and the trendy boutiques of The Lanes. Beautifully restored within and without, the hotel is a fine example of the elegant Regency architecture for which this historic seaside hotel in justly famous. Visitors can choose from a flexible range of accommodation including singles, family rooms, doubles and panoramic sea-view doubles. All rooms are en-suite, with flatscreen TVs and Wi-Fi, and decorated in a soothing, airy style that complements the seaside setting.Guests in local cafes and restaurants can fortify themselves for a day of sight-seeing or shopping gourmet breakfast menu of local seafood specials such as smoked salmon and scrambled egg, kippers and poached haddock, plus healthy cereals, pancakes and a traditional full English. After a bracing hike across the rolling hills of the South Downs, an exhilarating flutter at Brighton Racecourse or a tour of Brighton Pavilion, there's the chance to enjoy more sea views from the window of the Kings Hotel's cosy cocktail bar. Here you can browse an extensive wine list ,while you contemplate your evening plans, whether that's to check out one of the town's comedy clubs, enjoy a night of high quality drama at the Theatre Royal or book yourself a table at a Michelin-starred restaurant.
The contemporary, 3-star Britannia Study Hotel is just a 12 minute walk from Brighton Train Station and a 15 minute walk from The Royal Pavilion, The Brighton Centre and the Sea Life Centre. The interior features a TV lounge, vending machines, and free wifi. The smart rooms each include a TV, mini-fridge, desk, and a private bathroom with free toiletries. The restaurant of the hotel will be closed for some dates due to refurbishment so the breakfast is not served in the hotel but in a Cafe across the street.
Snug and homely, Cecil House Hotel offers affordable 3-star accommodation on the seafront, right next to Brighton Pier. Enjoy traditional B&B-style hospitality during your stay, and make yourself comfortable in your simple, clean room, with DVD player, TV and wi-fi. With views of the sea, the hotel’s own gastro-pub – The Fisherman’s Rest – serves up traditional homemade meals and a selection of beverages in a peaceful, friendly atmosphere. Please note that all bookings of 4 or more rooms are considered as groups and the hotel does not accept same sex group bookings. Hotel reserves the right to cancel such bookings.
A boutique hotel set opposite Brighton’s famous West Pier, a stay at the Granville hotel puts you in walking distance of the city’s many shops, restaurants and clubs, as well as Brighton beach and the Royal Pavilion. The rooms are individually styled, from Japanese love nests to Gothic getaways. Some have private Jacuzzis and spectacular sea views, but all come with LCD TVs and free wi-fi. Smokey’s restaurant is a great place to spend the evening, with American roadside dining and a cool bar. Please note that all bookings of 4 or more rooms are considered as groups and the hotel does not accept same sex group bookings. Hotel reserves the right to cancel such bookings.
Offering 360 degree views across the English Channel, a convenient location, an elegant exterior, and plenty of facilities for guests to enjoy, the 3-star Queens Hotel Brighton is an ever-popular accommodation option. Guests there can walk to Brighton Pier or the Lanes shopping district in 5-10 minutes, hit the bars and clubs of the city centre if they wish, or relax by the sea and be pampered by the hotel's in-house services. Facilities present at the hotel include a leisure club, complete with saunas, a heated indoor pool, and a fully-featured gym, where personal trainers are on hand to provide expert assistance. There's an on-site spa run by Pretty People Salon - a local business which offers everything from aromatherapy to facial scrubs. And the Bar & Bistro is perfectly set up for afternoon teas or evening meals, serving up an appetising mixture of classic British dishes, enticing desserts, and hearty bar snacks. Rooms at the Queens Hotel Brighton range from spacious doubles to family suites and the opulent Tower Suite. All feature wide-screen LCD TVs, along with tea and coffee making facilities, and every room at the hotel is en suite. There are also a couple of serviced apartments, offering add-ons like Bluetooth connected speakers and Nespresso machines - the ideal accommodation for groups of friends or couples. All of this can be found on Kings Road, directly adjacent to the beach. Buses stop close to the hotel entrance, and it takes around 15 minutes to travel from Brighton Station - making the Queens Hotel convenient, comfortable, and one of Brighton's leading accommodation providers.
An elegant five-storey Georgian townhouse in central Brighton, the 4-star New Steine hotel provides contemporary comforts only moments away from the seaside. All rooms come with free wi-fi, TVs, and en-suite facilities. Breakfast is provided each morning, and there’s an on-site restaurant and bar which offers French specialities and a range of drinks. The hotel also provides bike rentals – perfect for spending the day cycling along Brighton beach or to the nearby Royal Pavilion Gardens.
With incredible seafront views, the 4 star Mercure Brighton Seafront Hotel is the ideal place to stay when visiting this historic city. The Grade 2 listed hotel is a grand Victorian landmark with period features, including stuccoes Regency frontage, original mirrors, chandeliers and a high ceilinged ballroom for celebrations. An ideal stay for both families and couples, it brings some 19th century elegance to your stay in Brighton.
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Property Location New Cosmopolitan Hotel is in the heart of Brighton, walking distance from Brighton Wheel and Brighton Sea Life Centre. This hotel is within close proximity of Brighton Pier and Brighton Royal Pavilion. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 38 guestrooms. Your room comes with a Select Comfort bed. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers, housekeeping is provided daily, and irons/ironing boards can be requested. Amenities Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and a television in a common area. Dining For your convenience, a complimentary breakfast is served daily. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and multilingual staff.
Housed in a 17th-century building overlooking Brighton beach and a short walk from Brighton pier, this is a fantastic destination for visiting the city. The 4-star hotel has played host to famous guests including Charles II and the composer Niccolò Paganini, and features historic cellars dating back 400 years. Keep fit in the exclusive gym, enjoy traditional English afternoon tea and then dine al fresco on the hotel terrace, serving gourmet cuisine made using the finest local ingredients.
Located in Brighton & Hove, within an 8-minute walk of Brighton Pier and 800 metres of The Royal Pavilion, Red Brighton Blue offers accommodation with a terrace. Popular points of interest nearby include Brighton Dome and Komedia. The Brighton Centre and Victoria Gardens are a 17-minute walk from the hotel. At the hotel, all rooms are offer clothes storage, a flat-screen TV and free toiletries. Featuring a private bathroom, rooms at Red Brighton Blue also offer free WiFi. Guests at Red Brighton Blue can enjoy a Full English, Vegetarian or Vegan breakfast. Breakfast is at the Cosiez Cafe, the properties partner cafe, which is a short walk from the hotel. They offer a Full English, Vegetarian or Vegan choice from a set menu, plus a coffee or tea. I360 Observation Tower is a 20-minute walk from the hotel, while Churchill Square Shopping Centre is 1.7 km away. London Gatwick Airport is 38 km from the property.
Discover the unique city of Brighton with Ibis Brighton City Centre, conveniently located at the central station. Our colourful, modern reception area has been designed with the help of a local artist, so you'll arrive to iconic images created by emerging talent. Enjoy a healthy breakfast to recharge your energy before exploring all the highlights of the city. Chill with some drinks at our hotel bar for a perfect ending to your day.
Housed in a Regency style Grade II listed building, Beach Hotel is ideally situated beside the Brighton seafront, just moments from the shops and arcades surrounding West Pier. The rooms are traditionally furnished and come with en-suite facilities, free wi-fi access and TVs. The Regency Restaurant is the oldest restaurant in Brighton and Hove and offers a range of sumptuous, locally sourced seafood. Celebrated by a number of TV chefs, the food is best enjoyed on the charming outdoor patio.
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Hotels in Brighton
Sitting on the south coast, just an hour away from London, the vibrant city of Brighton and Hove has a long history of welcoming visitors. Brighton became a fashionable place to stay in the 18th century, with the construction of the Prince Regent's exotic residence, The Royal Pavilion, and the city continues to delight guests to this day.
Many hotels in Brighton reflect the city's past, being impressive Victorian buildings with a real sense of tradition, although there are also a number of quirky, contemporary and budget options available.
The famous beach is one of the city's best spots to hang out, and it's possible to find a cheap Brighton hotel with sea views. Featured in countless movies, TV shows and books over the years, key attractions include the two Piers – the traditional seaside amusements of the Palace Pier, and the now-ruined West Pier, which makes for a dramatic sight at sunset.
The Lanes and North Laines are intriguing side streets, filled with a number of bars, cafes and Brighton hotels, as well as a unique selection of shops. You can find something to suit every budget, from designer jewellers to cool record stores, and there are plenty of vintage bargains to be had among the stalls of Snooper's Paradise.
The city has always been a draw to creative types, and the Brighton Festival is well worth a visit, featuring everything from contemporary dance to book readings. The summer months see the city stage a number of events, including the colourful Brighton Pride.
Make some noise
Music runs through Brighton's veins, from the infamous Mods and Rockers rivalries of the 60s to today's thriving scene, which has launched acts as diverse as Fatboy Slim, The Kooks and Bat for Lashes, and there are scores of venues dotted around the city putting on shows every night of the week. We particularly recommend the Concorde 2, a beautiful Victorian building right on the beach, which hosts the latest buzz bands, and the Dome, a grand theatre within the grounds of the Pavilion, where ABBA gave their Eurovision-winning performance.
Party the night away
Booking in to a cheap hotel in Brighton is a great way to experience the city's thriving nightlife. One of the centres of UK gay culture, there are a wealth of clubs and bars to choose from, including the iconic gay club Revenge, hip Digital and boutique Bar 76, while up-and-coming comedians frequently stop by the intimate space of the Komedia.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Brighton
What are the most booked hotels in Brighton?The best hotels to stay in Brighton are Selina Brighton Hotel, Leonardo Royal Hotel Brighton Waterfront and DoubleTree By Hilton Brighton Metropole.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Brighton?The lowest price for a double room in Brighton is £38.
What are the best hotels in Brighton near the center?The best hotels near the center of Brighton are Ibis Brighton City Centre - Station, Leonardo Hotel Brighton and My Brighton.
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