Top hotels in Brighton
Amazing hotel right on Brighton seafront and close to The Lanes. This historical property has over 100 modern, spacious guest rooms. Great facilities and comfortable rooms make this hotel the best place for a relaxing break by the seaside.
Dating back to 1826, the 3-star Royal Albion Hotel is fine example of Brighton’s Regency style architecture, sitting directly opposite the city’s famous Palace Pier and just a short walk from the Royal Pavilion. Enjoy sea views and tasty food in Jenny’s Restaurant and snacks in the Rogue café bar, or relax with a drink on the Pavilion Bar’s terrace, overlooking the beach. Classic and comfortable, the Royal Albion Hotel’s rooms all have a TV, tea and coffee facilities and a private bathroom.
The Grade II Listed, Georgian Kings Hotel sits on the seafront, only a short walk from the Lanes shopping area, Brighton Conference Centre and Brighton Pier. You can relax with a drink at the hotel’s K Cocktail Bar and in the morning pick from a breakfast menu that includes homemade pancakes, grilled or poached fish, and a full English breakfast. The hotel has stylish en-suite rooms that come with flat-screen TVs, and free wifi to keep you connected.
This 4-star hotel is just a stone's throw away from Brighton’s vibrant seafront, the famous Lanes and the Royal Pavilion. The Renaissance-style hotel has conference and leisure facilities, including an urban day spa (extra fees apply), gym and complimentary wi-fi.
Set on Brighton’s seafront, the Hilton Brighton Metropole hotel offers charming Victorian elegance alongside modern convenience. This large South of England conference hotel has 28 meeting rooms, 9 exhibition halls, and 340 bedrooms. Enjoy the convenient location of this Brighton hotel, within easy reach of major travel links just off the A23 and only 5 minutes from Brighton station. Gatwick Airport is 30 minutes from Hilton Brighton Metropole, and Central London less than an hour by train.Stay connected at your Guest Room desk with WiFi. Family Rooms are equipped with a double and a single bed—ideal for those with small children. Relax in a comfortable Deluxe Room with views of Brighton seafront or select a Hilton Suite for a roomy seafront home from home.Choose from a menu of modern European classics in the Waterhouse Restaurant. The Waterhouse Bar and Terrace serves Costa coffee and Afternoon Tea in an exquisite setting. Unwind on the sea-facing terrace with drinks and enjoy light meals during the day.Hilton Brighton Metropole offers a choice of flexible space, quality facilities and excellent service. Our Conference and Events Team will ensure that events are tailored to your needs.Maintain any workout routine in this Brighton hotel’s LivingWell Health Club, where Precor© cardio machines and free weights combine with an indoor pool. Warm tired muscles in the steam room of the Beauty Rooms, rejuvenate with a massage, or treat yourself to a hair cut in Cove Hairdressers.
Enjoy a memorable stay in the heart of Brighton, just a stone’s throw from the beach, at this cool and quirky boutique hotel. Get the day started right with a cooked breakfast in the hotel, and after hitting the town, why not sip a cocktail in the buzzing lounge bar, where you might catch a live gig or DJ set. Each room in the hotel has its own individual sense of style, but all are filled with fun and funky atmosphere.
The Grand Brighton is an iconic Victorian property that is steeped in British history and stands centre stage on Brighton’s famous seafront. From the stunning sweeping spiral staircase and traditional period design, to the beautiful sea view rooms, a sumptuous day spa and the glamour of GB1 seafood restaurant, the Grand experience is treating yourself to the best. The independent hotel is conveniently located in central Brighton just 30 minutes from Gatwick Airport, 1 hour from Central London and just a stone's throw away from the famous Lanes and Royal Pavilion. This luxury Brighton hotel is the perfect base from which to make the most of this exciting city by the sea. Child Charge = £20.00 per child, per night. Infant / Cot Charge = £10.00 per infant, per night.
With incredible seafront views, the 4-star Mercure Brighton Seafront Hotel is the ideal place to stay when visiting this historic city. The Grade II 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.
The idyllic Georgian, 4-star Old Ship Hotel stands on Brighton’s seafront, a short walk from Brighton’s lively shops, bars and pier. You can dine at the Old Ship Hotel’s Steak on Sea Restaurant overlooking the promenade; relax with a drink in the bar, or workout in the gym. Stylish en-suite rooms come with a TV, tea and coffee making facilities, free wifi, and 24-hour room service.
Get ready for the most 'Brighton' welcome in town: 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. ibis Brighton City Centre prides itself on a stellar service around the clock, with our Extra Smile Team working 24hrs to make sure guests' needs are always met efficiently. Ibis Brighton City Centre have an arrangement with the local RCP car park on North Road (BN1 1YR) to provide guests with 24hrs parking for £15.00 for Every 24 Hours. For Standard size vehicles only (1.83m – 6 Ft).Upon arrival; park your car as normal in the car park, then upon check-in we can validate your parking token that will allow you to have the £15.00 rate as opposed to the usual rate of £30.Cash and Card accepted (AMEX not accepted)! Please remember to ask at reception to validate your token.Reception staff can provide you with a map if you have any difficulty finding the car park
The seafront, 3-star Queens Hotel and Spa is close to Brighton’s Lanes, city centre nightlife, and the iconic Pier. The hotel has the largest hotel swimming pool in Brighton, a gym, spa, sauna, and No1 Bar & Bistro with great sea views. The smart en-suite rooms have LCD TVs, tea and coffee making facilities, and free wifi to boot. Now open are the Queens Hotel Serviced Apartments, adjacent to the hotel, one bedroom and studio apartments feature kitchen facilities, a 40" LCD TV and Bose speaker system. Guests also benefit from full access to all hotels facilities including the leisure centre and bistro. Please be aware that, due to the nature of the building, there is no lift access and therefore is not suitable for guests with mobility/ walking difficulties.
The smart, 3-star The Brighton Hotel is just a 15 minute walk from the city centre, where you can explore many of the boutique shops and bars. Enjoy the seaside views from the hotel, while you take sip on a cocktail at the onsite contemporary Lounge & Bar where breakfast is also served every morning. The hotel’s smart rooms are fitted with wifi, a TV, private bathroom, and tea and coffee making facilities.
Cheap Hotels in Brighton
On a quiet side street in the lively area of Kemp Town and a few minutes from Brighton Pier, this 3-star hotel is in a great spot to access Brighton’s famous bars and shops. Well-maintained rooms fill the interior of this converted Victorian townhouse. Here at The Brighton Breeze Hotel, expect a warm, personal welcome when you check in. 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.
The Radisson Blu is located just yards from the beach front and shops of Brighton. Within easy walking distance of the train stration with direct links into London and Gatwick airport.The Radisson Blu bedrooms and suites are beautifully decorated, superbly appointed and designed to provide a luxurious base for your stay. The boutique styled rooms have a sumptuous Regency feel yet are equipped with the modern luxuries of air conditioning, flat screen TVs, free broadband wifi and contemporary ensuite bathrooms. Each has a unique character and many have sea views or overlook the Old Steine towards the famous Brighton Pavilion. Some suites offer an additional inter-connecting room suitable for either small meetings, as a second bedroom or as a lounge area.Max's 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.With a traditional yet creative menu, Max's Sea Grill is great at any time of the day for brunch, lunch or dinner with an array of meat, fish and pasta dishes on offer every day of the week.Originally built in 1771 as houses the building was converted into a a hotel
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.
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.
This 3-star contemporary hotel is situated a short walk from Brighton Train Station and a 15 minute walk from popular attractions such as the Royal Pavilion 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.
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.
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