This iconic piece of imperial architecture is a beautiful stay. The location and staff were both wonderful, the breakfast room and the quality of the food was top notch!
Overall convenient location, friendly staff, clean and practical rooms. Good value given the price. Deducting one star because the additional slide out sofa bed was quite uncomfortable in the family room we stayed in.
Luxurious hotel, wonderful staff, every thing was perfect.
The roll top bath was unusual. The staff were very pleasant and helpful.
Good fitness area, pool and spa. Very good location. Aircondition would have been nice as the rooms are quiet expensive and it is a bit hot in the summer and the it is to noisy to sleep with open window.
The Hotel is conveniently in the centre of the city close to shops and restaurants. for a basic no frills Hotel it was perfect.
Very convenient, on sea front. Close to The Lanes, would stay again. Very noisy on Saturday night which I guess was to be expected, as the whole sea front was a burst with frivolity
Very comfortable and spacious in the lobby, restaurant and bar areas.
Nice rooms and lovely location. Decent sized bar. Only issue is that it could do with air-con/fans in the rooms as it gets pretty warm and can get pretty noisy when you open the window
Located just south of London, East Sussex is a thriving hub for both business and tourism. One of the most popular places in the county with both holidaymakers and professionals is the seaside city of Brighton and Hove. In addition to housing a number of the finest guest houses, B&Bs and hotels in East Sussex, Brighton is also home to some spectacular conferencing centres. Few are better known or equipped than Brighton Centre.
Brighton Centre enjoys a phenomenal, central location on Brighton seafront. A few minutes' walk from the train station and adjacent to King's Road, the venue is easily accessible from all directions. A popular venue for everything from entertainment shows to exhibitions and conferences, the spacious Brighton Centre is top of the list for both local and national industry meetings.
The colossal 4,500 seat auditorium is undoubtedly the focal point of Brighton Centre. It plays host to the nationally broadcast party conferences of Britain's biggest political institutions. With a 650 seat capacity, the neighbouring auditorium is ample for most industries' needs.
Other event spaces in the venue include some 3,700 square metres of floor space, including a light and airy foyer, ideal for exhibitions. There's also a theatre style space, and a whole host of smaller meeting rooms.
Brighton Centre can host banquets, seating as many as 1,350 delegates, and offers an experienced event management team to help things run smoothly on the day.
With such a central location, visitors to Brighton Centre pretty much have their pick of Brighton's many hotels.
The Grand famously houses the majority of political visitors during the conferences. This spectacular, opulent hotel is immediately next door and houses an impressive array of facilities. The Hilton Metropole is of a similar size and standard, just a minute's stroll along the seafront promenade.
There are plenty of smaller, more intimate places to stay in the city. From the Istanbul Ev Guest House in Madeira Place to Guest and the City on Broad Street, the welcoming district of Kemp Town offers a plentiful range of bed and breakfast options, all of which are within easy walking distance of Brighton Centre.
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