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Britannia Study Hotel
Brighton,Brighton and Hove - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  2. Front desk [24-hour]
  3. Luggage storage
  4. Breakfast [free]
  5. Contactless check-in/out
  6. Safety deposit boxes
  7. Concierge
  8. Wi-Fi in public areas
"As mentioned, this was a study hotel so there were many students walking in and out but it was very impressive. The rooms were big, comfortable, clean and at a pretty good location. Parking was hard to find, but that's not a big issue. The staff were very friendly, they try their best to answer our questions about parking matters and places to go in Brighton. Overall, i'd recommend this hotel as they also have 24 hr check in. "
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8.5

Excellent

1000 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 119
YHA Brighton Hostel
Brighton,Brighton and Hove - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  2. Front desk [24-hour]
  3. Check-in/out [express]
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Game room
  6. Coffee shop
  7. Bar
  8. Restaurants
"This is my third time in Brighton but the first time stay here. This is probably the best backpack hostel I've ever stayed in the UK. Perfect location, I can even see the sea in my room. Its a 6 female dorm, the room is big and clean. The private bathroom is the best part, modern and decent, totally hotel-standard. The staffs are very friendly and helpful. I arrived at about 10pm and had some hot food at the lovely bar. However, there are only limited free lockers in each dorm, it provides more lockers(which need to pay but at a considerate price) on the first floor, these can be used even after checked out, its excellent for solo travellers. Will definitely choose here next time!"
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8.4

Excellent

362 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 103
The Kings Hotel
Brighton,Brighton and Hove - View on map
  1. Pets allowed
  2. Car park
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Check-in/out [express]
  6. Luggage storage
  7. Room service [24-hour]
  8. Bar
"My partner and I decided in the last minute to spend two days in Brighton and the night before I found a really good deal and I booked for two nights. Staff very welkoming, really nice room and very clean. Good position in front of the sea abd 20 min by feet from the center, pavillon and nice market street. I raccomend it 100%"
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7.9

Very good

532 reviews

Queens Hotel
Brighton,Brighton and Hove - View on map
  1. Pets allowed
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Check-in/out [express]
  5. Swimming pool [indoor]
  6. Golf course [on-site]
  7. Luggage storage
  8. Car park [on-site]
"We have stayed at the queens numerous times and this time we took our 5 year old daughter who was very impressed. Every time we have stayed we have been more than happy with our rooms, I have searched through almost all of the hotels in Brighton and I can honestly say the queens is hard to beat. The 3 star rating is not good enough for this little gem. We can't wait to book up again. Staff are also very accommodating and extremely polite, I cannot fault this hotel. "
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8.3

Excellent

317 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 221
The Charm Brighton Boutique Hotel & Spa
Brighton,Brighton and Hove - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  2. Check-in/out [express]
  3. Luggage storage
  4. Hot tub
  5. Steamroom
  6. Spa
  7. Restaurants
  8. Room service
"Lovely place to stay in Brighton. Centrally located in Kempton with the sea on one side and a street full of restaurants and cafes on the other. The hotel is well kept throughout and has a nice boutique feel. Rooms are well appointed and comfortable. The only minor downside is parking - if you're lucky enough to get parking on the street of the hotel, that's £11/24 hours, but very difficult to get as extremely limited, and parking elsewhere is not readily available."
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9

Exceptional

48 reviews

My Brighton
Brighton,Brighton and Hove - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Check-in/out [express]
  5. Luggage storage
  6. Steamroom
  7. Coffee shop
  8. Bar
"Very impressed with this hotel. The can't-be-beat heart of Brighton location. The bright look. Friendly staff and large modern well-designed room. Dinner at the Chili Pickle was fantastic. And Tesco express across the road for cheap room supplies. I will definitely stay there again and will be recommending to anyone I know who is visiting Brighton and Hove."
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8.5

Excellent

302 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 186
The Grand Brighton
Brighton,Brighton and Hove - View on map
  1. Valet parking
  2. Pets allowed
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Fitness center
  6. Sauna
  7. Check-in/out [express]
  8. Luggage storage
"Was attending concert at Brighton Centre which is next door. Staff very helpful and polite, room spacious, clean and comfortable. We had breakfast in the morning which was delicious."
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8.7

Excellent

347 reviews

The Old Ship Hotel
Brighton,Brighton and Hove - View on map
  1. Valet parking
  2. Pets allowed
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Check-in/out [express]
  6. Luggage storage
  7. Fitness center
  8. Room service [24-hour]
"Lovely hotel, liked all the different sitting areas on the ground floor. Great bar, great location. Nice bedrooms, very comfortable but far too hot! I had to turn the radiator off straight away and even with the window open it was still far too hot overnight, shame there was no air con to adjust. Unfortunatley due to the great location comes the noise of the "drunks" coming home alnight, so the window had to be shut! Obviously noise is not the fault of the hotel. Nice breakfast with buffet, this is the way forward. One of the best hotels I have stayed in, in Brighton and good value for money."
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8.2

Excellent

676 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 139
Ambassador Hotel
Brighton,Brighton and Hove - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Contactless check-in/out
  6. Room service
  7. Wi-Fi in public areas
  8. Family room
"Sea view room on 2nd floor very spacious. Bathroom small but functional. No double glazing so can hear all outside noise. As an old building you can hear other guests in their rooms. Again due to being an old building fire doors don't fit correctly. The hotel is well located only a couple of minutes walk to all facilities without being right in the centre. Staff were very friendly and as our room had already been cleaned we checked in early. The hotel is very dated but would stay again."
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7.2

Very good

234 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 97
Legends Hotel
Brighton,Brighton and Hove - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Check-in/out [express]
  5. Luggage storage
  6. Golf course [on-site]
  7. Coffee shop
  8. Bar
"Legends is a gay operated and owned hotel. Excellent site along the Brighton seafront. Friendly staff. Spotlessly clean. Crisp, white linen. Breakfast WAS included although Agda voucher said NO. In fact, breakfast was far too much."
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8.5

Excellent

293 reviews

Fast facts about Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom

Accommodations1,443 properties
Popular hotelBritannia Study Hotel
Popular areaBrighton
Nightly rates from$17

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Frequently asked questions

What's the average price of a hotel in Brighton and Hove?

The average price for a 3-star property in Brighton and Hove is USD 125. The average price for a 4-star property in Brighton and Hove is USD 158. The average price for a 5-star property in Brighton and Hove is USD 154.

What's the typical price of a resort in Brighton and Hove this Friday and Saturday?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Brighton and Hove this weekend is USD 105. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Brighton and Hove this Friday and Saturday is USD 159. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Brighton and Hove this weekend is USD 172.

What are the most well-known accommodations in Brighton and Hove?

Some of our most recognized accommodations in Brighton and Hove are ibis Brighton City Centre Hotel, The Grand Brighton and Leonardo Hotel Brighton.

What's the top local neighborhood in Brighton and Hove to stay in?

Favorite communities amongst foreigners staying in Brighton and Hove include Brighton, Hove and Woodingdean.

What are the most appropriate accommodations found in Brighton and Hove intended for lone travelers?

Accommodations found in Brighton and Hove which are exceptionally rated by single travelers are Britannia Study Hotel, The Old Ship Hotel and ibis Brighton City Centre Hotel.

What are the prime properties found in Brighton and Hove that have spas?

Verified travelers to Brighton and Hove have given excellent feedback pertaining to the spas at Sea Spray, The Charm Brighton Boutique Hotel & Spa and Malmaison Brighton.

What are the best wheelchair accessible hotels around Brighton and Hove?

Wheelchair-accessible places to stay around Brighton and Hove which are very highly rated include Lissett Lodge, Lissett Lodge, and Lissett Lodge.

What's the best property in Brighton and Hove close to a amusement park?

Highly scored accommodations in Brighton and Hove near amusement park consist of Funky house, Friendly Room Central Brighton and 3 Bed lovely home with parking!.

What's the best destination for shopping in Brighton and Hove?

A top location for your shopping spree in Brighton and Hove is Brighton.

What's the best area for sightseeing in Brighton and Hove?

Best neighborhoods with a wide selection of tourist attractions in Brighton and Hove are Hove and Brighton.

Is pre-departure covid test needed for unvaccinated tourists to enter Brighton and Hove?

Proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test may be required to enter Brighton and Hove. For up-to-date and in depth information on travel restrictons, please stop by the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you wish to visit, or go to here.

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More about Brighton and Hove

Discover the Best of Brighton and Hove: Fun Things to Do and See

Brighton and Hove is a vibrant and colorful seaside city located in the south of England. It is a popular destination for travelers who are looking for a fun and exciting getaway. The city is known for its lively atmosphere, stunning coastline, and unique cultural offerings. There are plenty of things to do and see in Brighton and Hove, making it the perfect destination for travelers of all ages and interests. One of the most popular attractions in Brighton and Hove is the Royal Pavilion. This stunning palace was built for the Prince Regent in the early 19th century and is now open to the public. The Royal Pavilion is known for its unique architecture, which combines Indian and Chinese styles. Visitors can take a guided tour of the palace and learn about its fascinating history. Another must-see attraction in Brighton and Hove is the Brighton Pier. This iconic pier stretches out into the sea and is home to a variety of amusement rides, games, and attractions. Visitors can take a ride on the famous carousel or enjoy some traditional fish and chips while taking in the stunning views of the coastline. For those who love the outdoors, Brighton and Hove has plenty of parks and green spaces to explore. The city's most famous park is Preston Park, which is home to a variety of sports facilities, a large pond, and plenty of picnic areas. Other popular parks in the area include Hove Park and Stanmer Park, both of which offer stunning views of the surrounding countryside.

Reasons to Visit Brighton and Hove: A Perfect Getaway Destination

Brighton and Hove is the perfect destination for travelers who are looking for a fun and exciting getaway. The city has something to offer everyone, from families with young children to solo travelers looking for adventure. Here are just a few reasons why you should consider visiting Brighton and Hove: - Stunning coastline: Brighton and Hove is known for its beautiful coastline, which stretches for miles along the English Channel. Visitors can enjoy a variety of water sports, including swimming, kayaking, and paddleboarding. - Lively atmosphere: Brighton and Hove has a vibrant and colorful atmosphere that is sure to delight visitors. The city is home to a variety of festivals and events throughout the year, including the Brighton Festival, the Brighton Fringe, and the Brighton Pride Parade. - Unique cultural offerings: Brighton and Hove is known for its unique cultural offerings, including the Royal Pavilion, the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, and the Brighton Dome. Visitors can also explore the city's many independent shops, galleries, and cafes. - Delicious cuisine: Brighton and Hove is home to a diverse range of restaurants and cafes, offering everything from traditional British cuisine to international flavors. Visitors can enjoy fresh seafood, locally sourced produce, and delicious baked goods.

How to Get to Brighton and Hove: Exploring the City Made Easy

Brighton and Hove is easily accessible by a variety of transportation options. The city is located just 50 miles south of London and can be reached by train, bus, or car. By train: Brighton and Hove has its own train station, which is served by regular trains from London and other major cities in the UK. The journey from London to Brighton takes just over an hour, making it a convenient option for travelers. By bus: Brighton and Hove is also served by a variety of bus routes, including National Express coaches and local bus services. Visitors can also take the coach from London, which takes around two hours. By car: If you are driving to Brighton and Hove, the city is easily accessible from the M23 and A23 motorways. However, parking can be difficult in the city center, so it is recommended to use public transportation or park in one of the city's many car parks.

Where to Stay in Brighton and Hove: Top Accommodation Options

Brighton and Hove has a wide range of accommodation options to suit all budgets and preferences. Here are some of the top hotels in the city: - Kempfield House: This charming guesthouse is located in the heart of Brighton and Hove, just a short walk from the seafront. The rooms are bright and spacious, with comfortable beds and modern amenities. - Miller & Carter Brighton by Innkeeper's Collection: This stylish hotel is located in the trendy Kemptown neighborhood, just a short walk from the Royal Pavilion. The rooms are spacious and modern, with luxurious bedding and high-end amenities. - Brighton House: This elegant guesthouse is located in a beautiful Georgian townhouse in the heart of Brighton and Hove. The rooms are individually decorated and feature antique furnishings and modern amenities. - Paskins Town House: This award-winning guesthouse is located in the heart of Brighton and Hove, just a short walk from the seafront. The rooms are spacious and stylish, with comfortable beds and modern amenities. - Westbourne Hotel and Spa: This luxurious hotel is located in the trendy Hove neighborhood, just a short walk from the seafront. The rooms are spacious and elegant, with luxurious bedding and high-end amenities.

Explore the Culinary Scene of Brighton and Hove: What to Eat

Brighton and Hove is home to a diverse range of restaurants and cafes, offering everything from traditional British cuisine to international flavors. Here are some of the top places to eat in the city: - The Salt Room: This stylish seafood restaurant is located on the seafront and offers stunning views of the coastline. The menu features fresh seafood, locally sourced produce, and delicious cocktails. - The Chilli Pickle: This award-winning Indian restaurant is located in the heart of Brighton and Hove and offers a unique and delicious take on traditional Indian cuisine. The menu features a variety of curries, street food, and small plates. - The Coal Shed: This trendy steakhouse is located in the Lanes neighborhood and offers a variety of high-quality meats, cooked to perfection. The menu also features a variety of seafood dishes and vegetarian options. - The Flour Pot Bakery: This popular bakery is located in the Kemptown neighborhood and offers a variety of delicious baked goods, including bread, pastries, and cakes. The Flour Pot also has a cafe where visitors can enjoy a cup of coffee and a pastry.

Travel Tips for Visiting Brighton and Hove: Everything You Need to Know

If you are planning a trip to Brighton and Hove, here are some travel tips to help you make the most of your visit: - Pack for the weather: Brighton and Hove can be quite unpredictable when it comes to weather, so it's important to pack for all eventualities. Bring layers and a waterproof jacket, just in case. - Use public transportation: Brighton and Hove has a great public transportation system, including buses and trains. This is a convenient and affordable way to get around the city. - Book your hotel in advance: Brighton and Hove is a popular destination, especially during the summer months, so it's important to book your hotel in advance to avoid disappointment. - Explore the city on foot: Brighton and Hove is a compact city, so it's easy to explore on foot. This is a great way to discover hidden gems and take in the stunning views of the coastline.

The Best Time to Visit Brighton and Hove: A Seasonal Guide

Brighton and Hove is a great destination to visit year-round, but the best time to visit depends on your preferences. Here's a seasonal guide to help you plan your trip: - Spring (March to May): This is a great time to visit Brighton and Hove, as the weather is mild and the city is less crowded. This is also a great time to visit the Royal Pavilion, as the gardens are in full bloom. - Summer (June to August): This is the peak season in Brighton and Hove, with plenty of festivals and events taking place throughout the summer months. The weather is warm and sunny, making it the perfect time to enjoy the beach. - Fall (September to November): This is a great time to visit Brighton and Hove, as the crowds have thinned out and the weather is still mild. This is also a great time to explore the city's many parks and green spaces. - Winter (December to February): This is the off-season in Brighton and Hove, but there are still plenty of things to see and do. The city is beautifully decorated for the holidays, and there are plenty of cozy cafes and restaurants to enjoy.

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Getting Around Brighton and Hove: A Comprehensive Guide

Brighton and Hove is a compact city that is easy to explore on foot. However, there are also plenty of transportation options available for those who prefer to travel by bus, train, or taxi. Here's a comprehensive guide to getting around Brighton and Hove: - By foot: Brighton and Hove is a great city to explore on foot, with plenty of pedestrian-friendly streets and pathways. This is a great way to discover hidden gems and take in the stunning views of the coastline. - By bus: Brighton and Hove has a great bus system, with plenty of routes that connect the city's major attractions and neighborhoods. Visitors can purchase a day ticket or a multi-day pass, which offers unlimited travel on all local buses. - By train: Brighton and Hove has its own train station, which is served by regular trains from London and other major cities in the UK. Visitors can also take the train to other nearby destinations, such as Lewes and Eastbourne. - By taxi: Taxis are readily available in Brighton and Hove, and can be hailed on the street or booked in advance. However, taxis can be quite expensive, so it's important to budget accordingly.