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Our recommended hotels in Brighton

Royal Albion
35 Old Steine
BN1 1NT Brighton
5.4 / 10
from £ 32
Best Western Brighton Hotel
143 Kings Road
BN1 2PQ Brighton
5.9 / 10
from £ 32
Queens Hotel
1 Kings Road
BN1 1NS Brighton
7.5 / 10
from £ 55
Marine View
24 New Steine
BN2 1PD Brighton
from £ 55
Four Seasons Guest House
3 Upper Rock Gardens
BN2 1QE Brighton
from £ 50
Hotel Gullivers
12a New Steine
BN2 1PB Brighton
6.2 / 10
from £ 49
New Steine Hotel
10 - 11 New Steine
BN2 1PB Brighton
5.9 / 10
from £ 59
Royal Pavilion Townhouse Hotel
12a Regency Square
BN12FG Brighton
Imperial Hotel Brighton
First Avenue 53668
BN3 2GU Brighton
6.2 / 10
from £ 35
Langfords Hotel Brighton
Third Ave 16
BN3 2PX Brighton
9.0 / 10
Mercure Brighton Seafront Hotel
149 Kings Road
BN1 2PP Brighton
7.6 / 10
The Old Ship Hotel
Kings Road
BN1 1NR Brighton
6.1 / 10
from £ 71
Hotel Pelirocco
10 Regency Square
BN1 2FG Brighton
from £ 59
Brighton House
52 Regency Square
BN1 2FF Brighton
7.7 / 10
from £ 59
Hilton Brighton Metropole
Kings Road, East Sussex
BN1 2FU Brighton
6.5 / 10
Kemp Townhouse
21 Atlingworth St
BN2 1PL Brighton
9.1 / 10
from £ 55
Holiday Inn Brighton-Seafront
137 Kings Road
BN1 2JF Brighton
6.5 / 10
Beach Hotel
1-4 Regency Square
BN1 2FG Brighton
from £ 60
Umi Hotel Brighton
64 Kings Road
BN1 1NA Brighton
6.7 / 10
from £ 39
Kipps Backpackers Brighton
76 Grand Parade
BN2 9JA Brighton
from £ 18
Square Hotel
4 New Steine
BN2 1PB Brighton
White Horse Hotel
Marine Drive, High Street
BN2 7HR Brighton
7.6 / 10
from £ 35
Courtlands Hotel Brighton
19 The Drive
BN3 3JE Brighton
8.3 / 10
from £ 35
myhotel Brighton
17 Jubilee Street
BN1 1GE Brighton
7.5 / 10
from £ 60
Kings Hotel
139-141 Kings Road
BN1 2NA Brighton
7.4 / 10
from £ 32
Travelodge Brighton Seafront
West Street
BN1 2RQ Brighton
6.9 / 10
Adastral Hotel
7-8 Westbourne Villas
BN3 4GQ Brighton
7.1 / 10
from £ 38
Thistle Brighton
Kings Road
BN1 2GS Brighton
7.6 / 10
West Beach Hotel
135 Kings Rd.
BN1 2HX Brighton
6.5 / 10
from £ 30
Travelodge Brighton
165-167 Preston Road, Brighton, East Sussex
BN1 6AU Brighton
6.3 / 10
Little London on the South East Coast

Brighton is a popular seaside city not least because of its close proximity to London. It is popular for weekend trips or for London commuters who have settled on an alternative to the high rents in London for a more relaxed lifestyle on the South coast.

A Seaside City with Much More

Brighton is on the sea front and benefits from a population of around 150,000. It is a cosy, popular and friendly town because it is quite small and apart from the piers and some charming lanes in the shopping area the main sights can easily be visited in a single day. Having said that the city is one of the most charming cities in England and has an abundance of bars and restaurants to keep the visitor busy.

A Trendy and Mixed Blend of Cultures

The city is well known for its acceptance of people from different cultures but it is most famous for its high percentage of couples from the gay community and it openly embraces them. This makes the city a very liberal and open-minded place that is reflected in its abundance of art galleries, small museums and coffee shops.

Great Places to Eat and Drink

There is a wide selection of restaurants to choose from. Brighton has more restaurants per head than London or any other major UK City so you will be able to find whatever you like be it Chinese, Indian, Spanish, Italian or Bistro. You will also find a generous selection of Gastro pubs at reasonable prices.

Hills and Views in the Surrounding Areas

The beach front offers braising winds in the spring and summer months and if you prefer to avoid the stony beach we would suggest you explore “the Lanes” but also try to explore the surrounding areas of Brighton such as the South Downs which are large open areas of grassland overlooking the sea and cliffs.

Bars and Clubs to Entertain you throughout the Night

It is fair to say that Brighton comes to life in the evening and there is an abundance of venues to choose from both on the seafront and a couple of streets back from the promenade. Ideally you would combine a visit to one of the many wine and cocktail bars with a visit to a late night club if you have the stamina. Some of the clubs stay open until 6am !
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