Jurys Inn Brighton WaterfrontKings Road Brighton, Brighton 4.0 out of 5.0
With direct access to the beach, this The Lanes hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Brighton Fishing Museum, Brighton Beach, and Brighton Pier. Brighton Royal ...
ibis Brighton City Centre - Station88 92 Queens Road, Brighton 3.0 out of 5.0
Located in the heart of Brighton, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Brighton Toy and Model Museum and Brighton Museum and Art Gallery. Brighton Beach ...
Hotels in Brighton, the south’s scenic sea-side city
Renowned for its quirky and open-minded atmosphere and within easy reach of London, Brighton is an alluring south coast attraction. Accommodation options range from luxury modern hotels to budget bed and breakfasts, many of which line the city’s famous waterfront with views out to sea or the iconic Brighton Pier. Room prices range from £35 for cheap Brighton hotels and up to £80 for more luxury options. You might consider visiting just before the busy summer months, in May, and catch the opening of the Brighton Fringe. Whenever you decided to pay a visit consult ebookers for the best in Brighton hotels.
Oh what to do beside the seaside
In and around the city centre and along the waterfront, get around on foot easily from hotels in Brighton, strolling along the promenade being a favoured local pastime. Likewise you would do well to visit some of Brighton’s famous and iconic landmarks like The Royal Pavilion, a historical symbol representing Brighton’s role as a holiday destination for many centuries, even for royals. For shopaholics, the Lanes, just up from the seafront, houses rows and rows of quirky and interesting shops bound to have something for everyone where you’ll also find good spots to sample some of the great vegetarian food the city is famous for. Many excellent and budget Indian and other Asian food offerings also abound. By night, Brighton’s vibrant nightlife is bolstered by its student and gay communities, in what is considered to be the gay capital of the UK. You might try the Hanover area of Brighton, renowned for its high concentration of classic English pubs. Finally, if you’re in town in May be sure to check out the Brighton Festival, the UK’s second biggest festival of the arts after Edinburgh.
Brighton hotels to suit all kinds of stay
With such a great variety of attractions and things to do down by the seaside, the city of Brighton really does have something to offer all tastes, indoors and out. Whether it’s a sea view you’re after or something a little bit different, it’s never been easier with so many great hotels in Brighton to choose from. Whatever decision you decide to make, be sure to allow ebookers to help you along the way.
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