Ship Street, Brighton, BN1 1AD - Guest Rating: 83%
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Hotel du Vin Brighton is situated in the Lanes conservation area, a
stones throw from the seafront. Its 37 bedrooms and suites are housed
in a collection of eccentric, gothic revival and mock Tudor buildings
erected, appropriately, by a wine merchant on the site of an old Brighton
inn. Among many interesting features are the heavily carved staircase
and bizarre gargoyles, whilst the original double-height hall now houses
the wine bar overlooked by the billiards and cigar gallery,
the hotel also houses our trademark bistro and a walled courtyard.
Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, the Bistro offers a menu
rooted in classic European cuisine with a contemporary edge.
Here you will find â€˜simple classicsâ€™ that change seasonally,
with our head chef adding their own selections daily, all supporting our
philosophy of using the finest and freshest local produce, cooked
simply, priced sensibly.
Our extensive and eclectic wine list is a key feature of the hotel.
In addition to the main list, which includes an impressive array by the
glass, there is a small daily selection of good value wines
to complement the menu. Our Head sommelier and team are always
happy to give friendly, knowledgeable advice.
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Date of stay: Feb 2011.
Reviewed 18 Apr 2011
by Graham Heffer
My girlfriend and I enjoyed a wonderful stay in February and will certainly look to return again soon. The food was exemplary with an excellent choice of wines to suit all tastes and budgets. Our room was tastefuly decorated, clean and offered a freestanding bath and separate shower. The hotel's location offered a superb base with which to epxplore all that Brighton has to offer and there was even reduced parking at the nearby NCP. Highly recommended.