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Top tips for finding Bognor Regis hotel deals

  • If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Bognor Regis, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper accommodations in Bognor Regis in February and May.
  • Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Bognor Regis if you stay on a Saturday. The opposite is true for, Friday, which is usually the most expensive day.
  • The cheapest 3-star hotel room in Bognor Regis found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks was £69, while the most expensive was £818.
  • How long should you stay? KAYAK users usually book their accommodation in Bognor Regis for 0 days.
  • Are you one of the many travelers heading to Bognor Regis in search of some time by the seaside? Booking a hotel close to the beach can save you a lot of time while on holiday - here are a few of the area’s beachfront hotels: the Navigator Hotel, the Best Western Beachcroft Hotel and The Claremont Inn.
  • If you’re coming to Bognor Regis planning to get in a few games of golf, there are a handful of accommodation options in the area that can put you within range of the fairway. Golf-course-adjacent hotels in the Bognor Regis area include the Hilton Avisford Park, Arundel and the Bailiffscourt Hotel & Spa.
  • For those traveling to Bognor Regis on a budget, there are several affordable hotels in the area that cater to tourists looking to cut costs. Booking accommodation at hotels like the Felpham Garden Chalet and The Inglenook Hotel can get you access to some of the lowest rates in the area.
  • As Bognor Regis is a popular upscale travel destination, there are several four and five-star accommodation options that each come with stylish accommodation and luxurious amenities. If you’re looking for luxury in Bognor Regis, consider booking a room at hotels like The Old Priory B&B or The Lamb at Angmering.
  • If a good portion of your time in Bognor Regis will be occupied by work, booking a hotel with an onsite business center can ensure that your needs are met for any last-minute proposals or meetings. Hotels in Bognor Regis with business facilities include the Hilton Avisford Park, Arundel and the Comfort Inn Arundel.

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Beachcroft Hotel, BW Signature Collection8.3/10 ratingout of 6 reviews · £164 avg price/ night
PROS: The location was great, right on the beach, and the indoor heated pool was lovely.CONS: The staff were friendly, although all very young and some were quite unprofessional and not as attentive as we would have expected. The hotel itself was nice but we would not recommend eating there, the breakfast was below standard and the evening meal we had in the restaurant was terrible, we sent everything back almost untouched, poor quality food, didn't match the menu description, the 'continental meat platter' was a few salad leaves and bread sticks, with processed cold meat straight out of a packet, resembling spam! The 'King Prawn' starter was a joke, four tiny prawns and a bit of dressing, drowned by plain salad. Mains were poorly put together and poorly cooked, was such a shame as we'd stayed in Best Western hotels before and had great experiences, we even got married at a Best Western in Bromley and the food and service was fantastic, so we expected similar. But this was just very disappointing. The staff did take the meal off of our bill, rightly so as we'd eaten hardly any of it, but did try to explain away the poor quality of standard of the food. Also, our room was comfy although small, but we were constantly disturbed all night with strange clicking noises and sounds of water gushing through the pipes, and also our bathroom was flooded on our last day due to a leak in the kitchen! The staff did try and were friendly, but generally our stay was not the best at all. Certainly not worth £189.00 for 2 nights!
Anonymous (8 Sep 2015)