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We have been coming to this hotel for quite a while now and love it today as much as we did on our first stay. Staff are brilliant and can't do enough for you. Love the sea view we have from our room.
excelent mid weekvalue for money. both in our mid 60s with so much to entertain by day and night rain or shine,we come here twice a year like being able to use oap freedom bus pass to go to eastbourn and worthing after 9.30am,look forward to coming back soon.
Very good place so much to do for adults and children and it's got a lovely beach next to it will definitely be going back soon
My partner and I stayed here twice in three weeks. We know Brighton well and The Ship is in a great location, and that bit cheaper than most of the other seafront hotels. Both times I booked a 'deluxe' sea view room. The first room was much larger, but both rooms looked very tired and needed repair ...
Very nice modern furnishings in an old building. Parking can be very expensive therefore you must register with the hotel to get 50% off of the local NCP car park. Make sure you get the correct address and route to this car park because we parked in the one opposite and ended up paying loads of ...
Thanks to its stunning coastal location, East Sussex has many beach hotels to choose from, predominantly in the traditional seaside towns of Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings. The hotels range from luxury five star grand hotels to smaller, more intimate guesthouses and attract a variety of visitors including families on beach holidays, young couples on romantic breaks, and older couples touring the area.
Many of the beach hotels in the East Sussex area are the grand Victorian hotels built during the peak of the seaside holiday in the 1800s. These grand, ornate buildings are usually as close to the sands as you can get and offer luxury rooms with sea views - often with balconies. These hotels also tend to have their own restaurants and bars so you can choose to dine in or go out into the town.
Other beach hotels in the region fall into the townhouse hotel category. These are usually smaller and more intimate and range between the more luxurious boutique hotels and smart guesthouses. In both you can often enjoy a sea view and breakfast included.
Whether you want to stroll along the promenades or visit the iconic piers at Brighton, Hastings and Eastbourne, there's plenty to do beside the seaside in East Sussex. The beaches themselves offer hours of fun playing in the sand and even sunbathing. Sporty holidaymakers can try their hand at a spot of surfing or body boarding, or hike their way along the beaches and clifftop trails.
Those looking for a more relaxed atmosphere could take afternoon tea in one of the many hotels or enjoy that traditional British seaside meal of fish and chips.
East Sussex has a huge range of beach hotels for visitors to choose from, no matter if you're looking for some peaceful relaxation or hoping to take in everything the South Coast has to offer. Whether you're looking for that grand Victorian seaside experience, the quirkiness of a boutique hotel or the quaint feeling of a guest house with a sea view, East Sussex can cater for you.