Brighton Hotels


Featured Hotels in Brighton




Guest Rating: 100%
Beautiful Contemporary Seafront Mews House... Brand new (August 2008) Mews House with private street entrance. Detatched with no neighbours and built over two levels. Upstairs includes a bright open p...

Brightonwave Hotel

Guest Rating: 92%
brightonwave is a chic stylish boutique guest house centrally located within minutes walk of the sea, Brighton Pier, conference centre and shopping areas. We are a 4 star Silver Accolade NON SMOKING h...

Drakes of Brighton

Guest Rating: 87%
The hotel is placed in an unbeatable seafront location in the heart of Brighton. Brighton Pier, the Royal Pavilion, the Brighton Conference Centre and the Laines are all less than five minutes walk a...

Amherst Hotel, Brighton

Guest Rating: 87%
Amherst is only a five minute walk from Brighton centre. All ten non-smoking rooms have ensuites, either LCD or widescreen TVs, DVDCD players, wireless and hard wired internet access, teacoffee facili...

Legends Hotel, Brighton

Guest Rating: 86%
Stylish GAY friendly hotel, right on the seafront in the heart of Brightons Kemptown and minutes away from the fashionable Lanes shopping district and famous night life. The hotel offers an amazing ar...

Claremont House Hotel, Brighton

Guest Rating: 86%
THIS IS A NON SMOKING PROPERTYElegant, comfortable and stylish rooms combined with intuitive and discreet levels of customer care combine to give you the ultimate in an enhanced stay experience. Visit...


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About Brighton

Where to stay

The Brighton & Hove City Council look after more than 75 schools including the University of Brighton, University of Sussex, Stringer, Varndean, Hove Park and Cardinal Newman. Because of the large collegiate population, the city is overrun with vivacious restaurants, cafes and bars many of which mix culture with pleasure by selling art or having a theater atop the bar. The large student population does promise budget friendly places to eat, drink, play, and stay all over Brighton.

Brighton’s business district is centered on Edward Street and other nearby roads. American Express has a large building, which was its former headquarters, but is still considered the largest employer in the city on Edward.

The Lanes (the same ones that were burnt to a crisp in the 16th century) are now a premier retail and residential location. They are a part of the old fishing village and each narrow alley holds new treasures including clothes, jewels, antiques, and friendly restaurants and pubs. The Lanes also features a more affordable section of seaside homes.

The North Laine’s, just north of The Lanes, is a more ritzy part of Brighton. It features much of the same – just a bit more pricy. There are designer stores, jewelers, cafes, theaters, and the huge mall called Churchill Square. The homes here are also more expensive.

The child friendly atmosphere right along the coastline offers plenty to keep families on the go occupied. The Brighton Pier has rides, restaurants, and arcades. The new West Pier, when completed, will also feature a Ferris wheel by the same designers as the London Eye. The former site of Black Rock, the open air swimming location, now has one of Europe’s largest marinas, a skate park, a beach sports complex, and is continually being developed.

Read more in our Brighton Guide.

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Hotels By Guest Rating

100%Mews House - Luxury Seafront House
92%Brightonwave Hotel
87%Amherst Hotel
87%Drakes of Brighton
86%Legends Hotel
86%Claremont House Hotel
85%Hudsons
85%Four Seasons Guest House
85%Pelirocco Hotel
85%Alvia Hotel
84%Kempfield House
84%Brighton House
84%Colson House
84%Premier Inn Brighton City Centre
83%Home
83%Five Hotel
83%Hotel du Vin and Bistro Brighton
83%Millards Hotel
83%Snooze
83%Square