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Stylish Downtown Apartment

Stylish Downtown Apartment

26 Avalon, Brighton
3.5 out of 5.0
Brighton Break - Burlington Beach Pad

Brighton Break - Burlington Beach Pad

St Annes Court, Brighton
3.0 out of 5.0
5.0 out of 5 (1 reviews)
Fabulous apartment close to beach & The LanesSituated in hip Kemptown, this apartment is perfect for a family of four to a stay in Brighton - short walk to the beach, local cafes, The Lanes, Royal Pavilion & the shopping area. It was pristinely clean, with lots of extra touches on arrival to make our stay very easy. Very comfortable double ...
  12 Apr 2017
SoBo Guest House

SoBo Guest House

10 Seafield Road, Hove
3.0 out of 5.0
1.7 out of 5 (6 reviews)
Nice guest house close to the beachLovely comfortable double room with our own ensuite showering facilities. Very helpful and responsive reception staff. Only 30 minutes walk from Brighton pier. Breakfast was a let down though compared to what we were shown was our options on the menu.
  23 Jul 2016

£46

£46
The Guesthouse East

The Guesthouse East

13 Hartington Place, Eastbourne
4.0 out of 5.0
4.6 out of 5 (7 reviews)
Amazing Find! What a delightful weekend! Lisa and Tony we're accommodating and helpful even prior to our arrival. Our room was beautiful decorated and all beds were extremely comfortable. The whole experience was fantastic. Their welcoming, attention to detail friendliness and overall service is second to none. ...
  21 Nov 2016

£91

£91
Queens Hotel

Queens Hotel

1-3 Kings Road, Brighton
3.0 out of 5.0
3.7 out of 5 (158 reviews)
Three generationsWe took a deal on thevQueens hotel in August when self catering prices cost more than the 4 night hotel stay. Mother son & grandchildbis a non catered for catagory everywhere We paid the extra for a sea view so my grandchild could watch the traffic with lorries, buses, emergency services & cars, ...
  9 Aug 2017

£71

£71
West Beach Hotel

West Beach Hotel

135 Kings Road, Brighton
3.0 out of 5.0
3.1 out of 5 (61 reviews)
Average and affordableThe bathroom is way grander than the room itself, which is good in its own way, however, the room should provide a better environment for resting, which it appears to be a little messy and dirty. One of the cupboards door is locked and TV is kinda unnecessary, wouldn't even have the time for that. ...
  19 Apr 2017

£54

£54
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Pocket Guide: Apartment Hotel Hotels in East Sussex

Apartment hotels in East Sussex give you the best of both worlds: fabulous accommodation with the flexibility of self-catering. Apartment hotels attract a range of visitors including young families who don't want to eat out every night, couples who want to cook romantic meals together from local produce, or even groups on hen and stag parties who want to be able to share one living space.

What You Get From an Apartment Hotel

Unlike traditional hotels, an apartment hotel not only gives you bed and bathroom facilities, but also a living and dining area along with a kitchen. So, families holidaying with young children are able to prepare meals in their apartment rather than having to take the kids to a restaurant every evening, while couples on a romantic break could take a break from the bars and pubs and curl up on the sofa with a good film and a glass of wine.

Booking an apartment hotel also means you're not tied to hotel restaurant times for things like breakfast. So if your hen or stag party sleeps in after a night on the town, they can just make their own food when they wake up!

Self Catering in East Sussex

One of the benefits of staying in an apartment hotel in East Sussex is being able to take advantage of some of the wonderful local produce on offer. There are regular farmers markets held throughout the area each month where visitors can buy locally sourced fruit, vegetables, fish, seafood, meat and other produce. Staying in an apartment hotel means that, rather than just browsing the produce on offer, you can purchase it fresh and cook it that day.

As well as farmers markets, there are independent retailers throughout the area where you can buy fresh, local food and drink.

If you want a holiday where you can relax but still have all the facilities of home, an East Sussex apartment hotel is ideal. It gives you more choice over your holiday and what you do each day and night, as well as what and where you choose to eat.