Hotels in Brighton

‘Prinny’ (Prince of Wales, later King George IV) liked Brighton because it was only an hour’s journey from London, so he built his exotic Pavilion here. It remains a huge draw for visitors to this vibrant town.
Drakes Hotel, Brighton

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Hotels in Brighton

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Drakes

Drakes

Brighton

Two bow-fronted Regency town houses with views of the iconic Palace Pier are home to a boutique hotel that counts Cate Blanchett and Kylie among past guests
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Artist Residence Brighton

Artist Residence Brighton

Brighton

You are invited to imagine you are visiting a friend’s house when you drop into Charlotte and Justin Salisbury’s bohemian seafront hotel and social hub – albeit a friend with outré tastes in art.
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Brightonwave

Brightonwave

Brighton

In a row of Victorian town houses, a five-minute stroll from the pier, this Kemptown B&B has some ‘lovely little touches’.
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  • seaside
  • veganfriendly
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Hotels in Brighton

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Paskins

Paskins

Brighton

Within the East Cliff conservation area, the Marlowe family’s characterful Kemptown B&B has long been a bastion of sustainable living.
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Red Brighton Blue Boutique Guest House

Red Brighton Blue Boutique Guest House

Brighton

Brighton’s cafes, bars, restaurants and antiquaries are also a big attraction. Contributing to the experience is the variety of hotels to stay at. From luxury spa hotels to quirky retreats, country houses to tranquil B&Bs.

Perhaps you will fall in love with Drake’s on Brighton’s Marine Parade - a quirky and memorable boutique hotel, that brings together the charm of a Georgian property with contemporary flair. Or maybe you will be enchanted by Artist Residence with muralled walls by street artists, upcycled furniture and bohemian charm. For traditional five-star luxury, head to nearby Eastbourne, where The Grand Hotel is imposing enough to sit on top of a wedding cake and comes complete with a spa and a jewel of an outdoor pool.

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Last updated: December 03, 2021