East Sussex boasts some of the country's finest countryside and liveliest towns, all within easy reach of London. The county's not only a popular spot with holidaymakers, though. East Sussex is also a thriving place of business. On the edge of Brighton lies one of the county's premier events venues - Brighton Racecourse. With gorgeous surroundings and a plethora of fine hotels nearby, the site is ideal for hosting all manner of business and private events.
Brighton Racecourse offers extensive conferencing facilities, with versatile spaces suited to all kinds of corporate event. In addition to the free parking and WiFi, business visitors can expect tea, coffee, water and light lunches to be provided by the on-site catering team.
A Memorable Wedding Venue
Enjoying a peaceful location, set a little way back from the centre of Brighton, the racecourse is also a great place to host memorable private parties, such as weddings. The racecourse is set within some 20 acres of countryside above Brighton, and offers spectacular sea views, ideal for photographs.
With space to host anywhere between 40 and 500 guests, Brighton Racecourse is a versatile venue. The staff are happy to discuss making bespoke arrangements, should your party require something a little bit out of the ordinary.
Hotels near the Racecourse
With the bustling seaside city of Brighton and Hove sitting less than a mile away from Brighton Racecourse, visitors have access to some of the best hotels in East Sussex.
Professional guests looking for something special can head to any one of the iconic seafront hotels. Take your pick from The Grand Hotel, The Hilton Metropole and The Old Ship Hotel.
In line with the welcoming philosophy of the city itself, Brighton's hotel catalogue is diverse, offering something for all tastes and budgets. Sample luxury in the Lanes at the four star myhotel. Alternatively, head for an affordable and friendly bed and breakfast option in the Kemp Town area, just east of the pier.
Whether it's a summer stroll along the seafront promenade and pier or a few quiet drinks and a play in the cultural quarter, the city has plenty to keep visitors entertained after a day in the racecourse conference centre.