Brighton is a seaside resort in one of the two main areas of the city of Brighton and Hove. Located on the southern coast of England in the country of East Sussex, it’s 47 miles south of London. In today’s post we’ll take a look at the five Brighton hotels. Whether you’re travelling with your family, as a couple, for a business trip or looking for something budget friendly, we’ve got your covered!
1. Best for families: Hilton Brighton Metropole
When you’re travelling with kids, a city like Brighton is best enjoyed when you set up a base at a centrally located property that’s designed to host families. To be able to enjoy your trip you need a hotel that has spacious rooms, a child-friendly environment and amenities to relax and entertain. The Hilton Brighton Metropole has it all! It’s an upscale beachfront hotel near Brighton Beach, 200 meters from the centre of Brighton and Hove. Nearby attractions include Peer Pressure Brighton Escape Rooms, 76 Hen Events and Maggie May’s. The hotel has eight room types you can choose from, and most have a sea view!
2. Best for couples: Red Brighton Blue
If you’re looking for a honeymoon getaway or want to spend some nice time with your significant other, then you need a hotel that has a lot of things to offer! An ideal hotel for couples would be one that has cute rooms, great views, relaxing areas and of course great food. The Red Brighton Blue has all of that. It’s one of the Brighton Hotels in the city center within the easy reach of Brighton Pier. Other nearby attractions include Hand in Hand, Queens Park and Concord. There are four room types you can choose from, with sea views to pretty garden views. This grade 2 listed Georgian townhouse truly has lots of historical character and original features! Take some time to relax in the garden with its lush green plants and cool water features.
3. Best for business trips: Jurys Inn Brighton
If you’re travelling for work or for a business meeting, then chances are you’re probably travelling alone. Because of our hectic lives we don’t get too much time on our own, and that’s why we need to make the most of it. What you need is a hotel that’s easy to access and in a convenient location, as well as a very comfortable bed you can jump into at the end of the long day. The Jurys Inn Brighton is located in the heart of the city in the New England Quarter, a stone’s throw from The Lanes and close to transport links. You can get your drinks, meals, and everything in between within the hotel. Need a pick-me-up? The expert baristas at the in-house Costa Coffee will sort you out.
4. Best luxury: Hotel Pelirocco
If you’ve saved up some money for this trip and just want to have the best time possible, then Hotel Pelirocco is the one for you. Dubbed ‘the original rock n roll Brighton boutique hotel’, there are 19 individually themed bedrooms to choose from making it one of the most unique Brighton hotels. There‘s literally something to tickle every tastebud! If you’re a David Bowie fan, the hotel’s latest addition is a homage to the rock star. Or if you’re here with a special someone, the lovers’ lair is the infamous flagship suite. This is a luxurious hotel that offers almost a truly unique experience and one that you’ll remember for a long time. The Pelirocco is guaranteed to tickle the quirky taste buds of any pleasure seeker looking to try something more unusual!
5. Best Budget: Legends Hotel
If you want to spend your hard-earned money on things to do in Brighton rather than a hotel you’re just sleeping in, then the Legends Hotel is a great choice for you. Considering its price it offers everything you might need and has a good location. It is right in the centre of Brighton, just minutes from the Pier and close to the upmarket Lanes shopping & entertainment Quarter, as well as the funky North Laine Quarter. Legends features a selection of rooms to suit every budget from singles, compact doubles and super superiors with stunning views of Brighton seafront. Whatever your budget you can find something just right at Legends!