Ratings based on 33 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.1 out of 5
76% of guests recommend
3.4 Room cleanliness
3.3 Service & staff
3.1 Room comfort
2.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
1 out of 5
by A verified traveller from Australia

Mouldy, dirty, tiny.

Posted 21-Jul-2014
Pros: The moment I left, knowing I would never have to look at it again.
Cons: Everything.
Location: Do anything possible outside of this "hotel", to avoid going back to it until you are literally about to pass out.
Looking for a budget option? I was. I thought I'd found a good one, until I checked in, picked up my key and went to my room. The "single" room was so small, that the single bed nearly touched all three walls, the door to the "bathroom" only opened half way, because it hit the bed and you had to sort of jiggle your way through. The entire size of the bathroom was only partially bigger than a bathtub, making it very hard for a tall person to turn around in the so called "shower". I have never been in a more mouldy place in my life. I tried to avoid using the bathroom unless necessary, and felt I could almost choke on the smell of the mould in the bathroom. Thankfully I could open the bedroom window to let some sort of air rotate through the room. No facility for food at all. The closest down the road doesn't open until 8am in the mornings. No fridge in room, could not even chill a bottle of water. Went to open the kettle up to fill it to make a cup of tea. There was some sort of white sludge down the bottom of it, I won't describe what it looked like, but I am sure you can imagine. A fair walk to the Lanes and the Pier, but manageable. The bed was moderately comfortable, though there was NO cover on the duvet which felt gross to me. Who else is using the duvet aside from me as a guest. I almost went home from Brighton a day early because of how terrible this accommodation was. Thank you Jeebers for beer.
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by Paul from luton

Close to beach in a quiet side street

Posted 01-Jul-2014
More a guest house than hotel. Entry intercom does not work so you need a mobile to call someone to get let in. No reception. Room key given to you. Not very inviting feel. It is fine if you want anonymity and just a room. No facilities ie communial area or bar etc. this is purely a room for the night. If this is what you are looking for ...... Perfect. The room I was in was a single and it is very Single ! Again perfect if space is not required just a bed for 1 or 2 nights. When leaving there is no obvious place to leave a key. You have to either telephone someone to hand over a key or knock the door. Not welcoming.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Overnight Stay Before Destination
by Hopback from Devon

Small clean and mostly comfortable

Posted 03-Jun-2014 on Hotels.com
This is a small guest house. The bedroom and bathroom were quite small, but perfectly clean and really just right for a single night stay. The bed could have done with a more comfortable mattress, but that is my only criticism. The staff were friendly and most helpful.
2 out of 5
Recommended
for Personal Event
by Ilyse & Ben from London

Uncomfortable bed, leaky roof

Posted 02-Jun-2014 on Hotels.com
Unfortunately our stay was not very pleasant. The bed is extremely uncomfortable with the springs digging into our bodies leaving temporary red marks. There was a leak in the ceiling above the foot of our bed (due to the upstairs shower), the ceiling and carpet were water damaged making it smell. The shower room is a very small however it had good pressure. The location was the best thing.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Business Travellers
by A verified traveller

Nice place, pity its in Brighton!

Posted 25-May-2014 on Hotels.com
Nice, clean room that was cleaned every day of my stay. I had a quiet room at the back of the hotel so absolutely no traffic noise. Parking is a nightmare - I parked 1.5 miles away for 3 days which was the closest free parking. The road outside the hotel is pretty much residents only. If you want central Brighton then this is a good hotel, I was working in Lewes so it wasn't ideal for me. As far as location os concerned, I used to visit Brighton many (oh so many!) years ago to see family and its really gone down the pan since then. Every time I went out the town was full of drunks and stoners - but thats not The Brighton Breezes fault - just thought I'd mention it. The only downer in the hotel was the en-suite shower, I am tall but slim (185 cms and 76kg) and I struggled to fit in it - it was about 60 x 60 cms and has a curtain on two sides - tiny!
2 out of 5
Recommended
for Getaway With Friends
by AH from San Francisco

Brighton Fun

Posted 20-May-2014 on Hotels.com
Brighton is an excellent location, this hotel which is listed as 2 star lives up to 2 star status, it's very basic and you get what you pay for. Single rooms are very small, I mean small but if you have nice weather well who cares as you will enjoy many activities out and about Brighton. Rooms were clean and the reception was fast and on the ball with any concerns or quires so that was a plus. I would stay again!!
2 out of 5
by SJ from NY

Brighton Breeze

Posted 05-May-2014
Tiny room. Miniscule bathroom. Friendly, helpful owner.
2 out of 5
by Sean from Southampton

Close to the beach

Posted 24-Apr-2014
Pros: Location
Cons: Cleaner rooms
Location: Near to the beach and pier as well as local gay scene.
Very basic indeed, items found under bed, cobwebs around the window and walls, would not stay there again. Only plus was the hotels's location which we chose it for.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Couples
by B&K from Cambs

Reasonably Priced Room on Good Location

Posted 31-Mar-2014
Pros: Location, Cleanliness and Cost
Cons: Security - whilst both outer doors and the room door had Yale locks, nothing looked that robust!
Location: Cosiez Cafe recommended. We didn't try the cafe on the end of Charlotte Street and wish we had, it was always packed!
Our room was on the ground floor at the front - what could have been the lounge before the property was converted to a guest house. It was a large room with small (but adequate) shower room (with WC). It had been recently decorated/refurbished. The lady on duty/manager was very helpful and was keen to show us the room to ensure it was acceptable before be booked in. She was also very helpful in directing us to cheaper car parking than the on street in the immediate vicinity. We parked on-street no more than 5 mins away at a rate of £5 a day; note that car packing charges usually apply from 9am till 8pm, parking metres tend to carry over anytime paid after 8pm into the next day. So if you pay for 2hrs at 7pm your ticket will last until 10am the next day. Brighton Breeze is room only so we thank those that previously recommended the nearby Cosiez Cafe on this site - great breakfast, really friendly staff. This guest house is in Kemp Town but it is only about a 10 minute walk into town - and the walk goes even quick as there is so much to look at! Would stay here again
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Couples
by A verified traveller

Nice hotel close to city centre

Posted 25-Mar-2014
Pros: Close to the city centre
Cons: They could try to offer breakfast
Location: Good location, close to the centre and just a few seconds from the promenade.
Nice and welcoming staff, good size room, really close to the promenade (+++) and city centre. Overall, good hotel to stay for a couple of days.