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Had booked two rooms - on booking in rooms were next to each other - at other hotels when have done this have ended up on different floors. Friendly staff also arranged rooms so could be interconnecting - brilliant - thanks staff for thinking ahead
Ideal hotel for what we wanted - overnight stay to see concert. Free car parking on site. Plenty of eateries surrounding hotel. Hotel was clean, staff were friendly. A little fraught at breakfast time - whether they were staff short or new staff but they said they were busy - but I'de of thought ...
This hotel is perfect for any occasion. It is very clean. The bed was so comfortable. And nothing was too much bother to the staff. Everything was very well presented. I would definitely recommend it.
Have stayed at the Queens Hotel many times. It is fine if but a little dated and shabby. But has the very best location in Brighton. Breakfast uninspiring and a bit of a scrum at peak times. Would like to see a better Continental breakfast variety ie sliced meats and cheeses. In my early days they ...
The staff were friendly, and the facilities are excellent. Just a few small, but nonetheless significant spoilers:- 1)Bar and restaurant staff did their best but some were obviously inexperienced school holiday workers. It seemed they couldn't cope with more than a few people at a time, and forgot ...
If you're organising a conference, networking event or perhaps your company's annual meeting, a conference centre hotel in East Sussex is ideal. These hotels can be found throughout the area in the major coastal towns to the south of the region, and further north where they have access to the motorways leading to the capital.
As well as all of the usual amenities such as clean, comfortable en-suite bedrooms, a great bar and restaurant and free Wi-Fi, conference centre hotels in East Sussex will also have a suite of meeting rooms for large business events.
Often, the hotel will be able to provide things such as projectors and flip boards so that you don't have to bring your own, and most can supply catered meals and tea and coffee throughout the day so that you are able to offer your delegates refreshments to keep them focused!
As well as the conference facilities themselves, organisers need to take into account other factors for the convenience of themselves and their delegates. For instance, on-site parking is desirable so that conference participants do not have to hunt for a space nearby. If your conference will continue for a few days, ample accommodation is also a must so delegates have the opportunity to stay on-site.
If there is to be a conference meal, a hotel with facilities for large dinners is also something to consider, as is location. If you have guests or speakers travelling a long way to your conference, choosing a hotel in a busy location with plenty to see and do during 'downtime' is also a worthwhile consideration.
Conference centre hotels in East Sussex offer a range of facilities to suit different requirements and budgets, all depending on your business needs. All of them, however, offer pristine accommodation for the comfort of delegates and speakers, great food and drink as well as a choice of fantastic locations. Whatever you need from your conference, there's an option for you.