Hotel Pelirocco

4 star rating 10 Regency Square

Brighton West Pier Sussex BN1 2FG

Not sure if this kitsch pop-art boutique is what Greene had in mind when he wrote about Brighton Rock. Around the clock indulgence from the themed Hotel Pelirocco.

For those who regard Brighton as little more than a Soho-on-Sea, the cheerful vulgarity of the Hotel Pelirocco will do little to persuade them otherwise. This is a fiercely independent option whose bold take on the delicious cheesecake subculture of the late 1950s is likely to raise as many pulse rates as it does eyebrows. No, it's not for the fainthearted and yes it's difficult to imagine bringing the kids to such a post-watershed establishment, but it's a stunning achievement all the same. It's a kinky proposition, but the X-rated shtick and the kitsch, Cadillac-pink bedrooms are an absolute must for anyone ever stirred by a glimpse of stocking-top or floored by a pair of blue-suede rockabilly creepers. It's a not a complete burlesque show by any means, and the style is capably supported by substance. Here's the deal:

  • The Pelirocco Playroom - saucy pink boudoir with 8 foot circular bed, mirrored ceiling, giant plunge bath and double monsoon shower heads.
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You'll find it just west of the city centre on the A259 Kings Road. Great West Pier location, about 10 minutes walk from the train station and convenient for the copious nightlife on offer. Easy access to Station via West Street/Queens Road

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  • Fab pop-art aesthetic.
  • Ace seafront location.
  • Lavish and flamboyantly decorated.
  • Luxury spa and sleeping facilities.

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