A great few days at this hotel and in the perfect location to walk to the pier, lanes & shopping centre - the staff here are very friendly & helpful. The Spa is a great place for relaxation (tip - don't be fooled into paying extra or booking an expensive treatment so that you get use of the facilities because they let you anyway!!) Our room - although small was sufficient for two nights but very stuffy and no air con so although we had warm days & nights thankfully it wasn't as hot as it usually is at this time of year because a fan just took the edge of the heat built up in the room. That said there is plenty of hanging space a hair dryer iron etc and a safe & they keep the rooms very clean with good quality linen and lovely big fluffy bath towels. Will definitely go back (& the cocktails are a must - almost tried them all)
near shops and takeaways. disabled parking spaces around the corner. room did not disappoint just like the picture of a superior double room. staff are very friendly. no expense spared for the disabled such as stairlifts. Breakfast was excellent. we will return.
A warm welcome when we arrived, the staff couldn't have done more for us. The room was lovely, as seen on the photo, clean and bright. Breakfast selection was amazing. Good location, just off the sea front. Would definitely recommend and would love to stay there again.
"Pretty building, nice staff, shame about the room"
The hotel is very ornate and attractive, with marble work and luxurious carpeting. The staff were friendly and helpful. The utilities include a decent sized pool and jacuzzi, which were very enjoyable. Unfortunately the room was very standard: the shower had no curtain or guard, so the bathroom got soaked every use. There was no mini-fridge, so the hotel missed out on a tidy little alternative to room service (and I missed out on being able to chill some snacks from a nearby shop). There is also no free WiFi. For £90 a night, it seems odd to provide a pool but no Internet access! The restaurant and bar is also ridiculously overpriced (£5 for a pint). There are much swankier and cheaper eateries within a 5 minute walk, so again this feels self-defeating.
On the south English coast, Brighton is a popular beach destination, especially with Londoners as the train ride between the two cities is less than an hour. The seafront has bars, restaurants, nightclub,s and amusement arcades, as well as two old-fashioned piers. Brighton hosts the Brighton Festival each May, which is the UK's second-largest arts festival.
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