Jurys Inn Brighton
Children aged up to 12 stay free when sharing with an adult. Children 13 and older are charged full price.
Royal Albion Hotel Brighton
This Regency style hotel enjoys a central location opposite the amusements of Brighton Pier, and offers a restaurant, cosy bar, and traditional guest rooms, some with sea views.
The Brighton Hotel
Surrounded by seagulls and salty air, this comfortable hotel offers elegant rooms and is a leisurely stroll from The Lanes cosmopolitan shopping district and world-renowned Brighton Pier.
Hilton Metropole Brighton
Overlooking Brighton’s picturesque seafront this grand hotel features contemporary accommodation, a health club with indoor pool, gym and massage facilities, a terrace restaurant and a formal dining room.
Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront
There are extensive leisure facilities which are complimentary to all guests and a beauty salon. This hotel has an unbeatable location.
Brighton has earned a reputation the world over for being one of the best beachfront resorts thanks, in part, to its iconic pebbled shores. Along with its swathe of coastline, the city entices travellers from far and wide with a vivacious promenade, water-based frivolity and the glitz and flash of Brighton Pier.
Embrace the lifestyle of this bold seaside city by booking a hotel along its waterfront. Mercure and Hilton both offer the charm of Regency style with ideal positions commanding water views. The Kings Hotel and Umi Brighton serve up comfortable rooms with more modest pricing. Or, a stay at Kipps Backpackers Hostel will cut costs just ten minutes from the beach.
'London by the Sea'
This little city draws scores of holiday makers thanks to its reputation for all manners of fun away from the water. From the throng of boutiques in The Lanes to the cluster of museums and historic houses, it is a quirky blend of endearing culture and cosmopolitan sophistication.
Along with its vibrant selection of things to do is an equally vibrant selection of places to stay. Overnight in one of Brighton's guesthouses is a charming choice with establishments such as the Number 14 Guest House offering easy access to the Royal Pavilion and Brighton Museum & Art Gallery.
The nightlife that legends are made of
Brighton's nightlife is regularly touted as the best on the southern shore, which is no surprise when you consider the vast array of clubs, pubs and bars beckoning with music and libations. The city is also home to a number of comedy clubs, cabaret and classic theatre that are sure to delight.
Finding a hotel that allows you to sample the nightlife of Brighton is easily done as many are located within walking distance to a pub or club or some sort. For something a little bit different, you may want to consider the Hotel Pelirocco, 'England's most rock 'n' roll hotel'. Along with its funky, themed rooms, it offers up a regular list of events ranging from art exhibits to music gigs.