Great location close to railway station and buses. Short walk to centre of town. Reception staff lovely and so helpful. Room clean and modern with a good size television and lovely bathroom. I cannot fault this hotel, the location or the staff. We did not eat there so I cannot review the food. Will definitely stay again.
Traveller from Marlow
Situated near the beach, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 15-minute walk of South Downs Way and Brighton Museum and Art …More
After coming to Brighton on our minimoon we booked to stay at hotel du vin
Great location and very clean comfy rooms .
Only negative was our room was above the bistro so was quite noisy late into the evening .
Located in The Lanes, this romantic hotel is steps from Brighton Fishing Museum and Brighton Beach. Brighton Royal Pavilion …More
Nice hotel and in excellent location with friendly helpful staff but attention to detail required. The orange juice in the fridge was out of date, no wifi in the rooms and there's no breakfast as stated. The whole building is absolutely too hot from the central heating too; had to have window open all night, even after turning all radiators down.
Situated in Brighton, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Regency Square, Brighton Beach, and Churchill Square …More
Whilst local parking is a bit of a lottery these frustrations where more than compensated for by an extremely pleasant welcome from multitasking David who organised our room to suit our needs; as at in our late 70's three flights of stairs can be a challenge. We wanted to be on the edge of City activities but within walking distance and at the same time not too far away from restaurants. All in all the hotel was very well presented and all of the staff extremely attentive and our bedroom comfortable clean and well appointed.
Traveller from West Berkshire
Located in Kemptown, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Brighton Sea Life Centre, Brighton Pier, and Brighton …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.