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.
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!
I loved the unique design, I felt like I was in Star Trek! The staff were efficient and friendly and we loved the cocktails in the bar. Great coffee shop in the hotel. Parking was a little expensive but, hey, this is Brighton. I would recommend.
Fantastic hotel in a perfect location. Staff were amazing and accommodated an early check in and even complimentary champagne for my husbands birthday. Bed was really comfortable the shower was amazing.
Amazing hotel and service Staff were amazing and friendly
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
We thought the hotel was great, clean, with brilliant and friendly service and a fun club and pub downstairs which you cannot hear from the 3rd floor room we were in. The room however was tiny (only space to squeeze your way around the double bed) and didnt have a fridge or much of a wardrobe so ...
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 southern county of East Sussex may be best known for its sprawling, picturesque Downs, historic market towns and lively seaside resorts, but underneath this charming and tranquil exterior lies a thriving hub for business. Less than an hour's train journey from London, Brighton is a popular place for industry events and conferences. Surrounded by some of the most exquisite hotels in East Sussex and generously equipped with facilities, there are few more impressive venues than Brighton Dome.
Brighton Dome is a part of the famous Pavilion Estate. Along with the Royal Pavilion and its pretty gardens, the Dome features an enchanting medley of foreign architectural styles and exudes an unmistakably 'Brighton' ambience.
Brighton Dome comprises three venues - the Concert Hall, Corn Exchange and Studio Theatre. Originally built to serve as the Prince Regent's stables and riding school, the opulent spaces now operate as a public centre for arts and business, hosting regular shows and conferences. To this day, the buildings of the Dome are linked by an underground tunnel to the Royal Pavilion, on the other side of the gardens.
The Concert Hall is undoubtedly the biggest draw of the Dome. The elegantly styled auditorium offers seating for up to 1,700 delegates, making for a truly unique conference experience. With adjacent catering space, the Concert Hall comprises a complete events venue. The neighbouring Corn Exchange boats some 763 square metres of floor space, making it ideal for exhibitions and fairs. Weddings are also catered for at Brighton Dome.
Brighton Dome is in the centre of Brighton's cultural centre. As such, not only is there plenty to see and do in the area, but there are plenty of places to stay. For sheer convenience it's hard to beat myhotel, which is located just across the road from the conference centre. The hotel also houses a lively bar and is adjacent to some of the town's best eateries.
The Ibis Hotel is just a short walk away, and offer superb access to Brighton train station. Heading towards the sea, visitors have their pick from a number of quaint B&Bs and grand seafront hotels.
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