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Brighton United Kingdom Hotels & Motels

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The Brighton center point is about the area of Brighton Pier and the area of Brighton Royal Pavilion.

Welcome to Brighton! This area's long history dates back to the fifth century when the Saxons arrived and founded Sussex, which included Brighton, a fishing and farming village. During the Middle Ages, Brighton was a typical medieval city with markets and an active fishing business. More from this guide...

Brighton Hotels & Accommodations

Royal Albion Hotel
35 Old Steine, Brighton, BN11NT United Kingdom
  • 3 star Downtown property
  • 2 meeting rooms in property
Amsterdam Hotel : 11 12 Marine Parade
11 12 Marine Parade, Brighton, bn21tl United Kingdom
  • Midscale property
  • Bad housekeeping, according to 91%
  • For 64%, the rooms looked old
New Madeira Hotel : 19 23 Marine Parade
19 23 Marine Parade, Brighton, BN21TL United Kingdom
  • 3 star Beach property
  • 34 rooms in property
  • Close to town centre
  • Close to sightseeing
Queens Hotel in Brighton
1 3 Kings Rd., Brighton, BN11NS United Kingdom
  • 3 star Downtown hotel
  • Gym / Fitness Center Available
  • Breakfast service beautiful
  • Most guests thought rooms were spacious
The Old Ship Brighton Kings Rd., Brighton, BN11NR United Kingdom
  • Four-star Downtown hotel
Strawberry Fields Hotel 6 7 New Steine, Brighton, BN21PB United Kingdom
  • Midscale Beach property
  • Hotel has an eco-friendly policy Read more
New Steine Hotel - Brighton
10 11 New Steine, Brighton, BN21PB United Kingdom
  • Four star Convention Center property
  • 20 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Housekeeping can be a problem
  • Bathroom is relatively clean
Drakes Hotel - Brighton 43 44 Marine Parade, Brighton, BN21PE United Kingdom
  • Expensive Beach hotel
  • Check-in: 14.00
  • Great view
  • Rooms need regular maintenance
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Ambassador Guest Accommodation : 22 23 New Steine 22 23 New Steine, Brighton, BN21PD United Kingdom
  • 3-star Beach hotel
  • Check in time: 2pm
Hotel Du Vin Brighton
2 3 Ship St., Brighton, BN11AD United Kingdom
  • 4-star Oceanfront property
  • Check-in time: 15:00
  • Room is all right
  • About half of guests were satisfied with the menu
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Westbourne 46 Upper Rock Gardens, Brighton, BN21QF United Kingdom
  • 4 star Downtown property
  • Hotel has 5 floors
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Blanch House - Brighton 17 Atlingworth St., Brighton, BN21PL United Kingdom
  • Three Star Beach hotel
  • Hotel has 12 rooms
  • Shower can be a problem
  • Great location
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My Brighton - Brighton 17 Jubilee St., Brighton, BN11GE United Kingdom
  • Four-star property
  • 80 sleeping rooms in hotel
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Brighton Surf Hotel 16 Charlotte St., Brighton, BN21AG United Kingdom
  • Expensive Beach hotel
  • 10 rooms in property
The Grand Brighton 97 99 King's Rd., Brighton, BN12FW United Kingdom
  • Expensive hotel
  • 11 meeting rooms in hotel
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The Trafalgar Hilton
Kings Rd., Brighton, BN12FU United Kingdom
  • High-end Beach property
  • Gym is available on property
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Hilton - Brighton 106 121 Kings Rd., Brighton, BN12FU United Kingdom
  • 4-star Beach hotel
  • Check in: 3.00pm
  • For 76%, the rooms looked old
  • Friendly staff and great nearby bars and restaurants
Ibis : 88 92 Queens Rd.
88 92 Queens Rd., Brighton, BN13XE United Kingdom
  • Midscale property
Holiday Inn Brighton Seafront : Kings Rd. Kings Rd., Brighton, BN12JF United Kingdom
  • Three Star Oceanfront property
  • 5 floors in property
  • For 82%, parking prices were too high
  • Value for money could be better
West Beach Hotel
135 Kings Rd., Brighton, BN12HX United Kingdom
  • 3 star Downtown hotel
  • 48 rooms in hotel
  • Furniture needs more attention
  • Spacious bathroom
The Brighton Hotel : 143 145 Kings Rd. 143 145 Kings Rd., Brighton, BN12PQ United Kingdom
  • Affordable Oceanfront property
  • Hotel has 5 floors
Jurys Inn Brighton in Brighton
101 Stroudley Rd., Brighton, BN14DJ United Kingdom
  • 3-star Downtown property
  • 5 floors in hotel
  • Most guests said the bathroom was clean
  • Room is all right
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Malmaison Brighton : Brighton Marina Brighton Marina, Brighton, BN25WA United Kingdom
  • 3-star Oceanfront hotel
  • Check in time: 3.00pm
  • Great parking, according to 83%
  • Paid for two nights
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Langfords Hotel
8 16 3rd Ave., Hove, BN32PX United Kingdom ~1.56 miles west of Brighton
  • Three Star Suburban property
  • 58 rooms in hotel
  • Most guests complained about the elevator
  • Worst mattress
Pelham House Hotel
St. Andrews Lane 1, Lewes East Sussex, BN71UW United Kingdom ~7.35 miles east of Brighton
  • 4-star hotel
  • 2 floors in hotel
  • TV needs to be updated
  • Most guests complained about the elevator
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During the Tudor years, Brighton was burnt to the ground in 1514 but was soon rebuilt. Attacked again in 1545, the farmers and fishermen stood their ground and warded off the attackers. A blockhouse was erected containing large guns and cannons in the event of further attacks. The small city continued to flourish into the 17th century but experienced a decline in the fishing industry, which also meant the population decreased to around 1500 people.

In the early 1700s, storms ravaged the coastline and destroyed many of the homes as well as the cliff and the seashore. Times were tough, but the city rallied back in the late 18th century when a book was written extolling the medicinal effects of the sea water at Brighton. This brought in an influx of rich people to take healing baths. The Prince of Wales visited Brighton in 1783, bringing many of his friends. His support sparked more interest, which brought even more people to visit.

In the 18th and 19th centuries, Brighton continued to grow in popularity and population. More people meant more commerce, resulting in steamship travel between northern France and Brighton. Homes, businesses, Brighton General Hospital, a library, Preston Park, Clock Tower, and an electric railway are just a few of the additions to the ever-growing city.

Today, Brighton stands as a historical reminder of times past blended with 21st-century technology, creating a memorable and exciting vacation or business destination.

Best Time to Visit Brighton, England

The best time to visit Brighton for sun, sea, sand, and festivals is during July and August. This is the busiest time of year, and rates are higher and hotels are booked, especially on weekends, when crowds descend upon the city to enjoy the attractions and scheduled events. Temperatures generally run in the low 60-degree range.

The crowds thin out during the autumn. The sun is still shining and the temperature averages around 53 degrees. The Brighton and Hove Food and Drink Festival runs throughout the month of September, so there are still visitors exploring the farmer's markets, food and drink tastings, and planned events.

The winter months of November through February bring brisk winds and temperatures in the low 40s. When the wind kicks up, it feels even colder, but crowds are fewer and rates are reasonable.

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Brighton, United Kingdom:

Averate Rates by Star Rating

Below we've posted 3 graphs displaying average price patterns by star rating class in Brighton, United Kingdom. Analyze these charts to calculate the best time to make a reservation in Brighton for any future trips.

Luxury Hotels in Brighton, England

4 Star Average Prices: $142.60

A stay at Drakes means luxurious attention from the moment you enter the hotel. Each of the hotel's rooms is designed using space to the maximum. Enjoy scenic sea view rooms with floor to ceiling windows radiating brilliant sunlight, or choose a city view room to watch the interesting people passing by. Select a feature room and indulge in the opulence of a free-standing bath, then slip into a complimentary robe and slippers and relax on a plush chaise lounge with complimentary coffee and magazines. Rooms also feature free Wi-Fi, iPod docking station, and a flat-screen TV. Start the evening with a well-made cocktail at the bar then make your way to the restaurant for a sumptuous dinner.

Experience the historical ambiance of the oldest cobble-stoned alleys and walkways of The Lanes while staying at Hotel du Vin. Beautifully detailed rooms and suites await your pleasure. Experience amenities such as a roll top bath, monsoon shower, fireplace, four-poster bed, and private roof terrace, to name a few. Dining is casually elegant at the Bistro Du Vin, which features traditional French home-style cooking. Visit the Pub Du Vin for a refreshing libation in a vintage British pub atmosphere. If you prefer a quiet dining experience, book one of the private dining rooms for an inspired meal.

Affordable Hotels in Brighton, England

3 Star Average Prices: $133.93

At the Hotel Ibis Brighton City Centre, it's all about guest comfort and convenience. With stylish and modern rooms, sumptuous all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet, and a restaurant and bar to please the palate, everything you need is nearby. Located seaside, you're just minutes from the Brighton Train Station, as well as the city center and Brighton's interesting “laines,” lined with cafes, creative shops, attractions, and entertainment. Relax in a contemporary standard double, standard twin, or premium double room with a sofa bed, each featuring free high-speed Internet, phone, flat-screen TV, and coffee and tea facilities to perk you up each morning.

With a stay at The New Madeira, guests are steps away from all that makes Brighton a premier destination. The hotel is located opposite the Brighton Wheel and a short walk to the Brighton Pier and The Royal Pavilion. Select from a range of room sizes, from a single room to a four-bed grand room, and enjoy amenities that include a coffee maker, flat screen TV, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Each morning a cooked-to-order breakfast will fuel your day for seaside adventures. For non-stop entertainment, music, dancing, and specialty libations, visit Bar Red Brighton and the Funky Fish Club.

Brighton, United Kingdom Hotels with Discounts

The New Steine Hotel is an example of elegant Georgian architecture situated in the heart of Brighton. The boutique hotel is an ideal choice for leisure and business travelers, who can book direct through the hotel's website and receive a 5 percent discount. New Steine also offers special rates for group events and has a group rating of 6.4 out of 10. Choose a single, double, deluxe, or family room overlooking the square and the sea. Each has plenty of space and features a desk, en-suite bathroom, LCD flat-screen TV, luxury toiletries, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Enjoy the French flair for food at the New Steine Bistro.

Enjoy the peace and beauty of the sea at the Holiday Inn Brighton – Seafront, just a 10-minute walk from Brighton Pier and the city center. Relax in comfort in newly refurbished standard, executive, and family rooms complete with plush bedding, TV, coffee-making facilities, free Wi-Fi, and 24-hour room service. Additional amenities include mini bar, robes, slippers, and laptop safe in the executive room, and a pullout sofa in the family room. Dining and cocktails by the sea are available at your leisure. Business groups have access to meeting rooms featuring state-of-the-art equipment, refreshments, food items, and Internet access. The hotel has a 9.9 out of 10 group score and a group savings average of 18 percent.

Best Value Options in Brighton, England

Luxuriate in one of the 12 renovated themed rooms at Blanch House, which features cozy, comfortable rooms decorated in warm and welcoming colors, furnishings, and accessories. Choose a beautifully detailed room with en-suite shower and king or queen beds. Relax with the comforts of home such as soft robes, bottled water, and homemade biscuits to munch on while watching your favorite programming or tapping into complimentary Wi-Fi. After a day by the seashore, schedule and indulge in a full massage treatment by the in-house therapist using soothing aromatherapy oils. Business travelers can enjoy all the amenities of Blanch House, including meeting facilities.

The Ambassador Brighton has beautiful views of the sea from its Georgian Garden Square location. Business and leisure travelers will like the hotel's easy access to The Brighton Centre for business meetings, and Brighton Pier, Brighton Beach, bars, restaurants, and clubs, all within walking distance. The Ambassador offers single, double, and family rooms, and a private suite. Each room leaves guests with a feeling of comfort and relaxation from the plush feather and down pillows and luxury toiletries. Freeview TV, phone, and complimentary Wi-Fi are also included. Each morning, enjoy a tantalizing Sussex Breakfast, and the bar and lounge are available all day.

Things to Do in Brighton, England

For a panoramic view of the area, hop aboard the Brighton Wheel for a 12-minute ride.

Two impressive structures are The Royal Pavilion, with its impressive Indo-Saracenic Revival architecture, constructed in 1786, and Preston Manor, with its stunning Edwardian-style mansion and walled garden.

Brighton has many museums with interesting exhibits and displays. Just a few include the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, the Brighton Toy and Model Museum, which has over 10,000 exhibits, the Booth Museum of Natural History, and the Brighton Fishing Museum.

Built in 1899, the landmark Brighton Pier is the place to go for leisurely walks, casual dining, and assorted entertainment.

When your idea of a fantastic vacation or event location includes sea shelling by the seaside in a quaint city with an upbeat atmosphere and plenty of things to see, do, and explore, Brighton should be at the top of your list. With hotels conveniently located to the train station, city center, attractions, dining options, bars, nightclubs, and the fresh breezes from the sea, it is a destination where memories are made to last a lifetime.

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