To start, great location opposite the beach, a stones throw from the pier and a short walk to the Laines.
Hotel itself has amazing facilities- gym, sauna and pool all well maintained and free for hotel guests.
The room was spacious, clean and comfy.
Breakfast set us up for the day and staff were excellent at seating us promptly.
The only downside to this hotel was on one morning some guests attended breakfast still in their pyjamas and another morning saw a group of young lads asleep in the foyer after a night out. In each case it would have been preferable for the management to address the issue by asking them to dress for breakfast/go to their rooms respectively.
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For the price the UMI was fine - clean -warm- hot showers and next to the shambles cinemas and shops etc. Remember to park in the NCP car park only not the churchill square then its £15 for 24 hours rather than £25.
Breakfast was limited but adequate. Get a room on a higher floor as there is some noise when the pubs and clubs close.
Traveller from upminster
With direct access to the beach, this Brighton hotel is in the city center, steps from Brighton Centre, Brighton Beach, and …More
we treated our friend for her birthday and the 3 of us had a blast i would of loved a sea view but apart from that the hotel was great , staff really friendly , rooms comfortable and breakfast was lovely xx
Situated on the waterfront, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Peace Statue, Brighton Beach, and Churchill …More
On the south English coast, Brighton is a popular beach destination, especially with Londoners as the train ride between the two cities is less than an hour. The seafront has bars, restaurants, nightclub,s and amusement arcades, as well as two old-fashioned piers. Brighton hosts the Brighton Festival each May, which is the UK's second-largest arts festival.