Brighton hotels

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Brighton, England, United Kingdom
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Low season January
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  Average price (weeknight): £70
  Average price (weekend night): £90

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Top tips for finding the perfect Brighton hotel

For travellers looking for activities that are fun for the whole family, consider booking one of the many hotels near Brighton Palace Pier, a Victorian pier centrally located in the city that includes fairground attractions, two arcades and a classic chippy stand. The Royal Albion Hotel is a family-friendly seafront hotel that is only a 5-minute walk from the Pier.
If you’re looking to learn more about Brighton’s rich history, you might want to stay near the Royal Pavilion, an early 19th century landmark once home to George IV that has since been transformed by John Nash into an exotic, Indian-inspired palace. The Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront is an upscale 4-star hotel just a 6-minute walk from the Royal Pavilion, while the Hotel Ibis is a budget choice located a 10-minute walk away.
The Brighton Centre contains many different forms of live entertainment such as music performances, comedy shows, and exhibitions, making it a popular destination for visitors. The Old Ship Hotel is a 4-star choice with a history that dates back to the 16th century and is only a 4-minute walk from the Brighton Centre.
Many of the city’s bars, restaurants and shops are located in the picturesque narrow passageways known as the Lanes. In the heart of Brighton, the Lanes boast a reputation for antique shops, independent cafes, and great finds for both bargain and designer shoppers. Consider staying in one of the many hotels near the Lanes, such as the sleek Hotel du Vin & Bistro which has its own wine cellar.
Looking to get active and take advantage of the Brighton coastline? Consider staying in one of the numerous seaside resorts, such as the budget-friendly Travelodge Brighton Seafront, or an opulent 4-star hotel like The Grand Brighton where you can easily partake in water sports such as kayaking or sailing. Kayaks are available to rent by the hour on the beach and paddling around the pier is a great chance to take in the sights and enjoy being in nature.

FAQs when booking a hotel in Brighton

How much is a cheap hotel in Brighton?
KAYAK users have found double rooms in Brighton for as cheap as £11 in the last 3 days. The average price is £148.
How much is a hotel in Brighton for tonight?
In the last 72 hours, users have found Brighton hotels for tonight for as low as £29. Users have also found 3-star hotels from £37 and 4-star hotels from £29.
Which are the most popular neighbourhoods to stay in Brighton?
For more information about Brighton's different neighbourhoods, check out our Brighton's City Guide.
How can I find hotels near me?
Take a look at our extensive hotel Heatmaps to find the best hotels near you.
Which hotels in Brighton are adults-only?
The Brightonwave is a charming bed and breakfast that is less than a 10-minute walk from the Brighton Palace Pier and only allows guests over the age of 13. The Red Brighton Blue hotel is a chic choice that is a 3-minute walk from the oceanfront and has a strict adults-only policy.
Which hotels are best near the Pavilion and Victoria Gardens?
The Bond Hotel is just a 10-minute walk from the local train station and a 5-minute walk from the gardens, while the My Brighton hotel is a chic choice that is a 3-minute walk from the gardens and just a 2-minute walk from the Brighton Dome.
Are there any hotels in Brighton that allow pets?
Ensure that the family pet can tag along on vacation by staying at the budget-friendly Ibis Brighton City Centre only 2 minutes away from the train station. Other choices include the Hilton Brighton Metropole, an upscale option that is directly on the beachfront.
Which hotels in Brighton have a good pool?
The Queens Hotel Brighton is just 2 minutes from the Brighton Palace Pier and has both an indoor and an outdoor pool. The Hilton Brighton Metropole is a Victorian-style, seaside hotel only 12 minutes away from the pier and offers an indoor pool.

Where to stay in Brighton?

Our Heatmaps tool will help you find the perfect place to stay in Brighton by showing you how close hotel options are to major activities

Most recommended Brighton hotels

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Royal Albion Hotel - Brighton - Building
6.3 Good (9,139 reviews)
Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront - Brighton - Building
8.7 Excellent (9,291 reviews)
The Grand Brighton - Brighton - Building
8.8 Excellent (7,502 reviews)
Hilton Brighton Metropole - Brighton - Building
7.5 Good (6,160 reviews)
The Old Ship Hotel - Brighton - Building
8.0 Excellent (5,508 reviews)
Brighton Harbour Hotel & Spa - Brighton - Building
8.3 Excellent (2,954 reviews)
Jurys Inn Brighton - Brighton - Building
8.7 Excellent (5,433 reviews)
Holiday Inn Brighton - Seafront - Brighton - Building
7.6 Good (2,967 reviews)
ibis Brighton City Centre - Station - Brighton - Building
8.2 Excellent (5,341 reviews)
My Brighton - Brighton - Building
8.2 Excellent (3,694 reviews)
Mercure Brighton Seafront Hotel - Brighton - Building
7.5 Good (2,440 reviews)
Queens Hotel - Brighton - Building
8.0 Excellent (8,453 reviews)
Hotel Pelirocco - Brighton - Bedroom
9.0 Excellent (756 reviews)
Malmaison Brighton - Brighton - Building
8.3 Excellent (3,704 reviews)
Kings Hotel - Brighton - Building
8.0 Excellent (6,054 reviews)
Yha Brighton - Hostel - Brighton - Building
8.5 Excellent (2,328 reviews)

Best rooms in Brighton

Griffin Guest House - Brighton - Building
9.6 Excellent (274 reviews)
A Room With A View - Brighton - Building
9.3 Excellent (818 reviews)
Court Craven Guest House - Brighton - Building
9.3 Excellent (505 reviews)
Brightonwave - Brighton - Building
9.6 Excellent (334 reviews)