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There's so much to see and do in the local area! You must visit the Hove Museum and Art Gallery and the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery. You may also like the Brighton Royal Pavilion and Brighton Pier. Don't miss the opportunity to explore the surrounding neighborhoods too, such as Seven Dials and North Laine.
Call on a few cultural places to understand the real essence of the area. The Kissing Cops Mural, the Komedia Brighton, the Grange Museum and Art Gallery and the Fabrica are recommended stops.
If it's cold and stormy, check for group tours and special exhibitions at the Brighton Fishing Museum, the Booth Museum of Natural History, the Old Police Cells Museum and D-Day Aviation Museum.
How about dinner and a show? Book seats at a local live performance venue, including the Pavilion Theatre, the Brighton Theatre Royal and Brighton Dome.
If you love golf, join the friendly locals at the Hollingbury Park Golf Club, the Brighton and Hove Golf Club, the Pyecombe Golf Club and the Dyke Golf Club. Try to beat par and then kick back with a frosty beer at the nineteenth hole.
Brighton Sea Life Centre, the Duke of York's Picturehouse and the Brighton Toy and Model Museum will keep the youngsters entertained. You may even have a fun time too!
Ditchling Beacon Car Park, South Downs Way and Hove Lagoon are some excellent places to get outdoors and enjoy a sunny day.
Grab your sunscreen and head on down to a local beach, such as Brighton's Naturist Beach and Brighton Beach. These scenic coastal areas are sure to impress.
Nearby parklands include Preston Park, Victoria Gardens, St. Ann's Well Gardens and Cafe and Queens Park. Take a walk or read a book in the sunlight.
If you'd like to grab a bargain, head over to Churchill Square Shopping Centre and Beaded Lily. Go for a walk and pick up some souvenirs.
Learn lessons from the past at a couple of the nearby historic sites, such as Kings Road Arches, Preston Manor, the University of Brighton and West Blatchington Windmill.
The spiritual places, such as St. Mary and St. Abraam Coptic Orthodox Church, St. Bartholomew's Church, Chapel Royal and the Brighton and Hove Jewish Congregation, can give you the opportunity to ponder in a peaceful setting.
American Express Community Stadium is the perfect place to catch a game of soccer and watch local favorites, the Brighton & Hove Albion FC, strut their stuff. On the day of the game, follow the procession of blue and white to the stadium. At the end of play, join local soccer lovers in the nearby pubs for a post-game beverage.
You'll have no troubles finding the most suitable lodging in Brighton and Hove. Expedia's database contains 89 options in this highly regarded destination.
Two of the higher-quality Brighton and Hove hotel options in which you'll discover the most comfortable hotel services in town, are the Hotel Una, at 55/56 Regency Square, and the Hotel du Vin Brighton, at 2 Ship Street. If those don't exactly meet your needs, check out the Tovey Lodge, at Underhill Lane, and the Artist Residence, at 33 Regency Square, two places where you'll be sure to find a bargain.
I like the convenient location and the friendliness and helpfulness of the staff. When ll the electricity went off in our room on the morning of our departure we phoned the reception desk. Two people came to our room very quickly and suggested we should move to another room. We declined this as we ...
The staff were friendly but maybe a bit over familiar. The first room we had was very small & smelt of damp so we asked to be moved. This was accommodated & we were taken to a room way way at the back of the building with a ‘view’ of generators. Some parts of the hotel are absolutely beautiful but ...
Lovely large triple room. Clean bathroom with excellent shower and plenty of complimentary toiletries. We had a cocktail in the bar and the staff were chatty and helpful. The only negative was were we sat in the bar the view out of the large glass doors was messy and unattractive , it let the place ...
Staff were friendly and helpful. The only thing that let the hotel down was the breakfast! This was include in our price but if not it’s £9.95 for 1 sausage 1egg 1 bacon beans & mushrooms. It was like a child’s breakfast.
Nice hotel, room was clean, good location. breakfast is ok, continental buffet but better to upgrade to cooked brekkie Nice staff, very helpful. Hotel is about 30mins walk from Brighton Peir parking is free and short walk from
The location of this hotel is the best. The hotel has seen better days and it used to be a shabby, affordable place to stay right opposite the Palace Pier. The room rates have increased and so now there are better places to stay for the same money or less although they won't have the same, great ...