Artist Residence Brighton

‘Laid-back and bohemian’, Charlotte and Justin Salisbury’s hip town house hotel brings a youthful air to a street of Regency terraces. More

Contact details

Artist Residence Brighton
34 Regency Square
Brighton
Sussex
BN1 2FJ
England
01273 324302

Hotel information

Bedrooms

24

Open

all year, restaurant closed for 3 days over Christmas.

Facilities

lift, lounge, café, restaurant, ping-pong/meeting room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), unsuitable for disabled.

Background music

in public areas.

Children

not under 16.

Dogs

not allowed.

Credit cards

Amex, MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

Room only from £99-£310.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

‘Laid-back and bohemian’, Charlotte and Justin Salisbury’s hip town house hotel brings a youthful air to a street of Regency terraces. The ‘eye-catching’ decor puts vintage pieces, industrial fittings, found objects and ‘a range of fun art’ to good use: ‘There was a studenty feel, which we liked.’ The cocktail bar and relaxed café attract locals (and not just for the ping-pong table). In the restaurant (‘very nice, with bare bricks and distressed wood’), a choice of modern set menus might include such briefly described dishes as mackerel, cauliflower, capers; mushroom, miso, marjoram. Bedrooms, several with sea views, continue the freewheeling attitude. Many rooms are decorated with artists’ prints; others were decorated by the artists themselves. ‘Our room, with a comfy double bed, had plenty of nice touches: Anglepoise bedside lamps, a pink TV, a travel trunk tipped on its side to serve as a wardrobe. The compact, shabby-chic bathroom was well thought out, with piping-hot water and a deep bath.’ Wake to a ‘good’ breakfast, with home-made smoky beans, perhaps, or a stack of pancakes. (David Berry, and others)

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Artist Residence Brighton
34 Regency Square
Brighton
Sussex
BN1 2FJ

Guest comments

'We stayed in room 21,"the best room in the house". It is fairly compact but has a perfect view across Regency Square; in fine weather the balcony would be wonderful. Bed linen was excellent. But there were only four spare clothes hangers. We were the first diners to experience the new tapas offering in The Set Café. Service and food were good and reasonably priced. Breakfast was not well organised, perhaps because not yet taken over by the Set. ' - Kevin and Victoria Seymour - January, 2018

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