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We enjoyed our one-night stay at Kemp Townhouse. Greeting from the staff was warm and welcoming, the room (top floor king bed) was nicely appointed. There were 2 glasses of port waiting for us. I liked the bathroom; small but turned into a wet room with a good rain shower. The toiletries smelled ...
Extremely comfortable old coach-house hotel with intelligently quirky furnishings. A real hub of the local community with cinema and comedy nights, as well as being a great destination for visitors.
We had a lovely stay at The Cavalaire and were made to feel very welcome. The room was lovely and comfortable if a little small, and the breakfast is definitely worth including. A short walk to the beach and shops but nice and quiet at night.
Easy access to St Leonards Warrior Square train station and buses, right beside the beach. Staff very friendly and helpful. Room billed as luxury double but would be very cramped for two. Although the bed was very comfortable, there were no armchairs, just stools. Tasteful décor and well equipped. ...
We needed a hotel after a night out in Brighton - everywhere seems very expensive. We had booked elsewhere and decided last minute to pay a bit extra for comfort and booked here instead - very pleased with decision. Easy to get to - we walked from The Lanes. Check-in (if you can call it that) was ...
Beautiful room (Lossie), very clean and quiet most of the time, this room has a view over Regency Square. Our only gripe was that there was work going on in the room above us which was very loud from 8am every day.
the hotel is good for a short stay but personally I would not stay there for a longer holiday. the hotel is very siitable for younger people. We directly stayed opposite the tesco and offices which were just opposite the street. We should have asked to be moved to a different side for f a hotel as ...
Largely located along the coast, there are a number of design hotels in East Sussex offering visitors stylish, on-trend rooms with a luxurious twist. Perfect for couples looking to add a touch of class to their East Sussex holiday, the region's design hotels are crisp, modern and slick with a fantastic range of facilities.
The majority of the design hotels in the county are located in the iconic seaside resort towns of Brighton, Hastings and Eastbourne. This means that holidaymakers get the best of both worlds with chic, contemporary comforts paired with the traditional amusements of the British seaside. Many of the hotels boast sea views to complement the gorgeous interiors and supplemented by the luxuries of a modern hotel such as free WiFi and delicious breakfasts.
The hotels vary in size from intimate guesthouses to grand hotels, but all of them have great design in common to ensure guests have a truly luxurious experience.
Anyone who loves the style and elegance of design hotels will find plenty to do nearby. There are several contemporary art galleries in the region including No Walls, Towner and Jerwood Gallery, all of which display exciting works of modern art. History buffs will enjoy visits to the region's many castles which include Camber Castle, Bodiam Castle, Lewes Castle and Herstmonceux Castle. At these historic sites you can stroll about the grounds or learn more about their fascinating histories.
The region also plays host to some beautiful countryside and areas of outstanding natural beauty such as the Rye Harbour Nature Reserve where nature lovers can go on guided walks to see the stunning landscape and amazing wildlife. After your walk, you can head back to your design hotel to relax before heading out to enjoy the areas restaurants and bars.
Design hotels in East Sussex offer a stylish stay in the region for those who appreciate exquisite design and a chic touch to their holiday - perfect for luxury long weekends surrounded by beauty and history.