Hotels by the sea in Kent: From romantic hotels to seafood favourite restaurants with rooms So famously celebrated as a the garden of England, Kent is also a charmed part of the UK for hotels by the sea. From Dickens' Bleak House and the bohemian allure of Broadstairs, to Tracey Emin's Margate. Ice cream coloured beach huts to seaside fairgrounds, local art and culture to literary history and traditions, hotels by the sea in Kent provide rest, relaxation and inspiration. Part of the beauty of hotels by the sea in Kent is the variety of locations, views and experiences that they all have to offer. At Romney Bay House for example, you get to experience 1920s style surrounded by the beauty of the Romney marshes. At the Sands Hotel in Margate you can overlook the buzz of the world going by as well as being mere moments from the sea itself. Alternatively, there's The Falstaff in Ramsgate; a haven of creative style and the perfect place to people watch whilst enjoying superb food and drink. Then again, The Crescent Turner Hotel in fashionable Whitstable prides itself on its quintessentially boutique and British style, capitalising on the excellent local seafood and welcoming chic families as well as couples on romantic mini breaks. Another romantic hotspot in Kent has to be the Reading Rooms - another favourite in Margate with beautiful interior design details such as freestanding roll top baths and big sash windows letting in plenty of natural light. For the ultimate in foodie hotel experiences however, it's hard to beat a stay at Rocksalt in Folkestone, where the ultra contemporary restaurant overhangs the water with huge windows and the best sea views in town.