Full descriptions of all these hotels in Brighton are available on the hotel homepages. This is a massively popular and cosmopolitan seaside resort with no shortage of bars, restaurants, nightclubs and amusement arcades. The iconic Pier may have endured one crisis after another but this pleasure pier is back open for buisness as the Marine Palace and has everything from restaurant and kids games to a range of rides and funfair attractions. To many of the people in England, the town is the capital of cool and continues to be an absorbing and eclectic seaside resort. Find affordable Brighton hotel and guesthouse accommodation for romantic walks along the Lower Rock Gardens, the Artist Quarter, Kemptown and the beachfront.
New Steine Hotel
12a New Steine Brighton East Sussex BN2 1PB
The New Stein Hotel enjoys a perky boutique aesthetic and can be found in the lively, beating heart of the city centre, just a few minutes walk from the Royal Pavilion, the Pier and Beach. For a boutique establishment, the New Stein offers excellent value for money, the property benefiting from a warmth and an easy elegance surprisingly lacking from many hotels and guest houses in the area. And what distinguishes it is that homespun, personal touch. It also enjoys a discernibly French flavour: a ...
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|Name||Miles||Region||Rooms||Type ?||Type ?|
|New Steine Hotel||0.6||Brighton||13||29.00|
|Royal Albion Hotel||0.6||Brighton||183||42.00|
|Brighton Harbour Hotel & Spa||0.7||The Lanes||77||99.00|
|Regency Hotel||0.8||Regency Square||12||31.50|
|Old Ship Hotel||0.6||Brighton||152||58.50|
|Mercure Brighton Seafront Hotel||1||Brighton||116||54.25|
|The Waterfront Hotel||0.7||Churchill Square||208||71.20|
|Premier Inn Brighton||0.5||Brighton||160||59.00|
|De Vere Hotel Grand Brighton||0.7||Brighton||200||94.00|
|Four Seasons Guest House||0.6||The Lanes||7||65.00|
|Westbourne Hotel||0.6||The Lanes||11||40.00|
|Brighton House||0.8||Regency Square||16||43.20|
|Beach Hotel||0.9||Regency Square||32||55.00|
|Old Palace Guest House||0.6||Kemptown||9||39.00|
|Preston Park Hotel||2||Preston Village||33||65.00|
|Royal York Hotel||0.5||Old Steine||51||50.00|
|Queens Hotel and Spa||0.6||The Lanes||94||61.00|
|Hilton Brighton Metropole||0.8||Brighton||334||70.40|
|Pink Pavilion Bijou B and B||0.6||Kemptown||9||46.55|
|Best Western Hotel||1||Brighton||50||55.00|
Brighton enjoys a fairly iconic status amongst lovers and libertines alike. Kemptown in particular has had a thriving gay scene since the 1980s and has earned a status as the citys Gay Village. Kemptown, a little east of Brighton city centre, is a flamboyant mix of boutique hotels, charming seafront crescents, elegant squares and cool bohemian cafes like The Kemp Town Bookshop and Ground, recently voted one of the best cafes in Brighton.
There are two official Visitor Information Points: the first at the Toy and Model Museum at the top of Trafalgar Street and the second at the entrance to the Pier. The Urban House in New Stein is excellent value for money and adds a dash of opulence to stays in the Kemptown area. More affordable Brighton accommodation can be found in the Lanes area at the Umi and Premier Inn on North Street.
Brightonwave enjoys a splendid location in the trendy Madeira Place district of Brighton. Check-in is by appointment, a good indication of just how personal and bespoke your stay will be. The discplined and conscientious approach might not be to every guest tastes or idea of time-keeping, but it works well in this context. The hotel boasts a 4 star Silver status, and features eight en-suite luxury bedrooms all with flat screen TVs, DVD and CD players.
Lichfield House has nine colourfully painted bedrooms which do well to reflect the relaxed spirit of Brighton. This Grade II listed Georgian Town House enjoys a peaceful location on a quiet street just off the seafront within the fashionable area of historic Brunswick. Just a 10 minute walk from the centre of Brighton,means the property is close to shops, restaurants, conference centres and local places of interest. All thopse guests looking for stylish, cosy and hip accommodation at competative prices will find the Lichfield House a very attractive option.
The Royal Albion Hotel in the Old Steine district excellent family option and located overlooking Brighton Pier. The hotel comprises 204 well presented bedrooms and a restaurant with some stunning views over the English Channel. Specialising in traditional cuisine, Jennys Restaurant is guaranteed to satisfy even the most complex palates, whilst the Pavilion Bar and the Bar Rogue Cafe Bar are stylish bars providing good food and drinks and some terrific evening entertainment. This formidable establishment also offers first rate conference. Extended descriptions and reviews from previous room4u guests can also be found on these pages, helping you make a more informed decision on booking Brighton hotels and cheap b&b lodgings.