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Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom
26 Dec
28 Dec
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£64+
Excellent 194 reviews
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One Broad Street
£48+
Good 360 reviews
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Prince Regent Hotel
£43+
Good 1162 reviews
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The Courtlands Hotel
£42+
Good 342 reviews
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Gulliver's - Guest House.
£63+
Excellent 250 reviews
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Kemp Townhouse
£42+
Good 2818 reviews
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Kings Hotel
£72+
OK 1 reviews
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Hilton Brighton Metropole
£52+
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Brunswick Square Hotel
£90+
Good 1911 reviews
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Thistle Brighton
£29+
Mediocre 1 reviews
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Royal Albion Hotel
£75+
Excellent 1 reviews
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Mercure Brighton Seafront Hotel
£42+
Excellent 1 reviews
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UMI Hotel Brighton
£137+
Excellent 1 reviews
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The Grand Brighton
£48+
Excellent 358 reviews
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Regency Hotel Brighton
£37+
Good 883 reviews
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Indulge in the seaside ambience of Brighton

Brighton has been a popular destination for tourists since the arrival of the railway in 1841. Read more.

Indulge in the seaside ambience of Brighton

Brighton has been a popular destination for tourists since the arrival of the railway in 1841. Although the Prince Regent himself helped elevate this once humble fishing village to its fashionable seaside resort status way back in the late 1700s, it was in the 18th century that Brighton emerged as a health resort town, featuring sea bathing. Brighton has since maintained its seaside charm and with its stunning heritage architecture and beachfront vibrancy, it remains a sought-after location for all types of visitors.

Shop, relax and absorb some history

Spend a day relaxing on the pebbled beach of Brighton or strolling along the famous Brighton Palace Pier with its range of amusements and fun arcade for all ages. Take a ride on the Brighton Wheel for a breathtaking glimpse over Brighton and Hove, then join a kayaking tour for a sea level view of the beach and surrounds. An active holiday is easy to achieve, with adventure sports, sailing, guided city walks and bike tours. The summer climate is perfect for outdoor sightseeing and should be taken advantage of. The Royal Pavilion rates highly with visitors due to its unique mixture of classical and Indian architecture. Other historical attractions worth a look in and around Brighton include Preston Manor, Charleston Historic House, Victoria Fountain and Volks Scenic Railway. The Brighton Museum and Art Gallery and Old Police Cells Museum offer a fascinating look at days gone by.

Enjoy a wander through North Laine and be delighted by the eclectic collection of unique shops, bars and restaurants. For more quirky shops and a wide selection of jewellery, The Lanes, which follow the layout of the original fishing village, offer visitors a traffic-free stroll around. With a high concentration of students, Brighton is known for its nightlife and live music scene, and more than the odd hen and stag weekend can be seen on any night out. Fatboy Slim calls Brighton home, and with some of the best clubs on the South Coast of the UK, it’s easy to see why.

Booking a hotel in Brighton

Brighton boasts a range of stylish accommodation options including bed and breakfasts, boutique hotels, self catering apartments and hostels. On top of the usual hotel options, Brighton Marina Village also has a range of holiday apartments for short or longer term rent. Kemptown offers seaside stays to suit all budgets and is within walking distance of Brighton Pier. Visitors can also book a hotel in the North Laine area for easy access to dining and shopping.

Discover the city of Brighton

Brighton and the adjoining Hove are extremely compact and best traversed on foot or by bicycle. An excellent bus and rail network service the region and link to many desirable day trip destinations. Car hire is readily accessible and offers a chance to escape the town and experience the countryside at leisure.

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