Brighton is our favourite UK seaside resort here at BargainTravel4u. It is among the most colourful, decorative and creative towns in Europe. Chic , compact, active, unique, fun, animated, important, young, exotic and free-spirited, it is a town like no other.
Nestling between the South Downs & the sea on the shocking south coast, Brighton offers everything from Regency heritage to beachfront cool. An amazing mixture of classic attractions, legendary nightlife, prize-winning eateries, cool humanities, culture & year round holidays & events Brighton actually does have it all. From classic Brighton traveller attractions to beachfront cool, Brighton is a treasure-trove of things worth doing and places to go.
Brighton offers the energy of the town and liberty of the ocean. It actually is one of a kind. From the heritage of the Royal Pavilion, Regency design and Victorian aquariums to the conventional beach fun of the famous Brighton Pier and pebble beach, Brighton offers something for each walk of life.
Explore the thrilling selection of things worth doing in Brighton. Bursting with beachfront sports and events, tranquil green spaces in the town limits, and Brighton visitor attractions and activities for all of the family, there’s so much in store just waiting to be explored. You’ll also find a whole world of pretty Sussex country, castles, country homes, parks, forts and gardens just moments from the town too!
With so much to see and do, you’ll need a place to rest your head! With a plethora of hotels, check out our partner sites for a complete hotel listing and to find all the best deals. Below is a small list of our favourite Brighton hotels here at BargainTravel4u
Queens Hotel & Spa – On the seafront in the guts of Brighton’s ‘Lanes ‘, this friendly hotel has a pool, gymnasium and free Wi-Fi. It is well-located for nightlife, cafes and the beach. No one Bar & Bistro has great sea perspectives and serves food till late.The Queens Hotel and Spa has roomy, modern rooms. Sea-facing rooms offer breathtaking perspectives across the English Channel.The friendly Pretty Folk Hair & Beauty Salon opened in 2009 and offers treatments for ladies and men. At Queens Hotel there’s also a sauna and a solarium.
Kings Hotel – On the seafront in central Brighton, this stylish Grade II Listed building offers free Wi-Fi. The rail station is a 10-minute walk away.Many of the en suite rooms have impressive sea perspectives. Each room boasts Free view Television . K Bar has wonderful sea perspectives and there’s a personal courtyard.
Hotel Seattle – This classy hotel looks out over Brighton Quay to the ocean. It has free car parking, a bar, a restaurant , modern rooms with monsoon showers and out of doors patios looking out over the water.Hotel Seattle is on the waterfront and is two miles ( 3.2 km ) from the shops, bars and cafes of Brighton town centre.The en suite rooms are light and trendy with modern furniture and art.The rooms have luxury beds and work desks.The cafe has an out of doors patio, big windows and a conservatory. The modern UK food is formed with fresh, local ingredientsThe bar is giant and light with perspectives over the marina.
Thistle Brighton – Overlooking the seafront, Thistle Brighton has a pool, a spa and a gymnasium. On the promenade, this hotel is close to the Lanes shopping area.Each room at Thistle Brighton has a flat-screen LCD Television , with Freeview channels.The Promenade is a restaurant style restaurant with impressive sea perspectives. Atrium Lounge serves ad hoc snacks. Just half a mile from Brighton Train line Station,
Umi Brighton Hotel is to be found on the vibrant seafront. There’s free Wi-Fi, free local health spa passes and a 24 hour front desk. Each trendy and modern room at Umi Brighton Seafront Hotel has a flat-screen Television and a refurbished en suite bathroom with free toiletries. Some rooms have amazing sea views. The air-conditioned, modern Umi Bar overlooks the seafront, and the Umi cafe is open from 07:00 for coffee and nibbles. Toothsome full English breakfasts are also served daily. Situated next to Brighton Beach, Umi Hotel is just mins from The Lanes and Brighton Pier. The famous Royal Pavilion is a 5-minute walk and The Sea Life Centre is just five hundred metres away.
Royal Albion Hotel – Built in 1826, this beach hotel is opposite Brighton Pier, a short walk from the Royal Pavilion, and has sea perspectives. It offers free Wi-Fi in the general public areas. Royal Albion Hotel has a restaurant, a lounge and a bar. All have perspectives of the English Channel and offer normal food all day. Each room at the Royal Albion is unique and has a toilet with a bath, a shower and a hairdryer. Guests can also enjoy tea / coffee making facilities and Sky TV in their room. Gatwick airfield is a 30-minute drive away, or forty five mins by train. The primary bus / coach station is just round the corner and Brighton Train line Station is one mile from the hotel.