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Best Western Royal Victoria Hotel - St Leonards-On-Sea Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Best Western Royal Victoria Hotel

Marina, St Leonards-On-Sea - Map
 
 
"Just a break"
Hotel was lovely. Staff were great, room was good apart from bathroom was not to a high standard in cleanliness,also bed was not made to good standards while in resident .dining area was great and breakfast was varied with lots of cereals. Location was good with menu attractions , good for children's. Plenty of vintage shopping and the usual arcades found it any seaside town.
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BEST WESTERN Royal Victoria Hotel, situated on the seafront, provides homeliness in Hastings, This elegant accommodation …More
Jurys Inn Brighton - Brighton Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Jurys Inn Brighton

101 Stroudley Road, Brighton - Map
 
 
A very clean comfortablehotel. Very well decorated. I'll be back soon!!
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The Old Ship Hotel - Brighton Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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The Old Ship Hotel

Kings Road, Brighton - Map
 
 
"Lovely hotel in a really great location."
We loved our experience of this hotel overall. We stayed in a superior King room which was spacious and really comfortable. The only down side was that on the second night of our stay our room was not cleaned for some reason so we did have to request towels and toilet roll. However it wasn't a big deal. Also during our first night the fire alarm went off meaning that we were all evacuated at 1:30am. again not a massive problem as this can't be helped, but it would have been nice to have some sort of apology or something. Overall really loved our stay here and the location cannot be beaten.
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The Grand Brighton - Brighton Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
£122
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The Grand Brighton

97-99 King's Road, Brighton - Map
 
 
"Lovely luxury hotel with a view to the sea."
Overall we enjoyed our stay at The Grand. However when we tried to book the restaurant on our first night they were fully booked and we found the lady at the restaurant reception quite abrupt and she did not offer any alternative. We sat in the afternoon tea room area that night and after asking the waiter if it was possible to have a meal in there he said he would ask the manager. A lady came to see us and said we could have a meal off the room service menu, which for us solved the problem. It was a pity we had to go all round the doors just to obtain a meal (we did not want a snack). As we were staying to celebrate my 60th birthday it was a bad start. We did find that the main desk receptionist was very distracted that night when we were asking to book for a meal the next night as it appeared that there was a wedding party that needed attention and she left us standing to resolve that. We eventually booked with the lady at the restaurant desk.We found the door men really helpful. The food was delicious.Continuing from improvements we choose to pay by cash or debit card and it appeared this was second best to using a credit card. Also the fact that we are so limited in this review to the characters we can use in the 'improved' and 'things to do' box.
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Cavendish Hotel - Eastbourne Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Cavendish Hotel

38 Grand Parade, Eastbourne - Map
 
 
"A pleasant stay. "
Excellent breakfast in a lovely dining room facing a sparkling sea, with friendly and accommodating staff. Room was clean and well lit. Only criticism of the hotel is that just one small lift was inadequate at peak times of arrival, departure and meal times.
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Striking 19th century hotel overlooking the seafront on Eastbourne’s Grand Parade, just 200 metres from the beach. The 119 …More
The Brighton Hotel - Brighton Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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The Brighton Hotel

143-145 Kings Road, Brighton - Map
 
 
All you need if planning to spend most of your time out and about. Reception staff were friendly and great as were breakfast staff, albeit a little rushed off their feet! The room had a lovely view of the sea but the trade in was the noise and we had to keep open the only window that worked as it was so unbearably hot. Overall a decent deal booked through Expedia as we spent most of our time exploring Brighton and breakfast was nice.
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Malmaison Brighton - Brighton Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Malmaison Brighton

Brighton Marina, Brighton - Map
 
 
"Hotel overlooking Brighton Marina"
We booked 3 double rooms - same basis; same price. One room was obviously upgraded and had lots of room and the other 2 had just enough room to walk between the end of the bed and the wall! Unfortunately, our stay coincided with the hottest September day(s) on record and without air-conditioning the heat was horrendous. The inclusion of a fan in the room confirms that this hotel gets hot during average temperatures. I understand the hotel is about to have a facelift which is to include the addition of air-con in the rooms? Too late for for us. We also ran out of toilet paper - we reckon we're just average users - I rang reception to see if we could have some more, please and, they turned up with one roll. I would suggest to the management that they have a place to keep a couple of spares so your guests don't have to make this request.
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Hotel Seattle is a contemporary hotel with big personality uniquely located on the waterfront at Brighton Marina. We have …More
Best Western Lansdowne Hotel - Eastbourne Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Best Western Lansdowne Hotel

King Edwards Parade, Eastbourne - Map
 
 
"Location great, hotel v. comfortable"
We love this hotel - it is in a perfect location, and the staff are very helpful. We like the same room each time because of the view and the comfort, and this year it had been refurbished, which was nice. Although not sure about the mismatched wardrobe /dressing table! But what the heck, that is not an important factor. Our only dissatisfaction was with the poor organisation and management of breakfast; you need to bring in a dining room manager / head waiter who is really on the ball, and it would be helpful to send your waiting staff to improvers' English lessons, as we felt they were as frustrated as the guests at the language barrier. But we'll be back !
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The Boship Lions Farm Hotel - Hailsham Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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The Boship Lions Farm Hotel

Lower Dicker, Hailsham - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel "
Hotel is an old farm, with converted stable buildings set on a large site with a lake and gardens, which are illuminated at night. There is an eclectic collection of statues in the grounds which made us laugh (golden hippos, life size giant Panda, and empires Quin's terracotta soldiers!) The rooms are quite large, but a little dated in their decor. It isn't The Ritz nor a brand new chain hotel, but it is clean, just in need of modernisation. Staff are friendly, but there weren't many on duty when we were there....Perhaps it was a quiet period? It is about a 10-15 minute drive from the beach at Eastbourne and it offers free parking, which is hard to come by in the area. I would return again.
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The Grand Hotel Eastbourne - Eastbourne Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
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The Grand Hotel Eastbourne

King Edwards Parade, Eastbourne - Map
 
 
"Luxury hotel who provide communicating room"
Staff went the extra mile to be helpful Food was excellent Room quiet and very comfortable Obviously successful refurbishment Very impressed
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    Pocket Guide: Family Friendly Hotels in East Sussex

    East Sussex is a fantastic place for UK holidays with the family, especially as the county is full of family friendly hotels that have everything you need to keep the kids entertained either on-site or nearby. So whether you're looking for seaside hotels with a family suite, or country hotels with extensive grounds and a swimming pool where the little ones can play, East Sussex has plenty to choose from.

    Where to Stay in East Sussex

    East Sussex is home to some of the United Kingdom's most iconic resort towns, with Brighton and Eastbourne in particular having some fantastic family friendly hotels. These hotels line the seafront and most offer sea views with easy access to the beaches. They're ideal for giving families the chance to play on the sands or visit the amusements available on the famous piers of each town. These seaside resorts also offer much by way of family friendly restaurants, ensuring you'll all be well fed and ready for your adventures!

    If you're after something more rural, but want to make sure the kids are kept busy, there are family friendly hotels situated in the East Sussex countryside, offering swimming pools, sports facilities and expansive gardens where the kids can play. Some even have spas to keep the grownups happy too.

    Family Days Out in East Sussex

    Besides the attractions of the seaside and your hotel's own facilities, there's lots for families to do in the county. Kids will love seeing the llamas and alpacas at The Llama Farm, while Knockhatch Adventure Park will keep little thrill-seekers happy. Bluebell Railway is great for big kids and little kids alike as your family can take a ride on a real steam train through the East Sussex countryside. East Sussex is one of the most historically rich parts of the UK and youngsters will be fascinated by Battle Abbey, site of the 1066 Battle of Hastings.

    There are plenty of family-friendly hotels to choose from in East Sussex no matter where in the region you want to stay. Once you've arrived, there are lots of attractions in the area to keep your family entertained.

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