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Thistle Brighton Star Rating 4        
Kings Road

Centrally located, Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront offers easy access to Brighton's popular sightseeing and retail areas. Just a short stroll from Old Steine Gardens, it provides stylish rooms equipped with a mini bar, free wireless internet access and slippers.This Brighton hotel features an indoor pool and free Wi-Fi.
Smart Brighton Beach        
First floor, 79-81 West Street

Set in the heart of the city, Smart Brighton Beach offers easy access to Brighton's popular shopping and sightseeing areas. It provides free Wi-Fi, and is a brief stroll from Clock Tower.The hostel has 33 modern rooms that are equipped with a variety of essential amenities to ensure guests have a comfortable stay.
Clifton House Brighton        
299 Old Shoreham Road

Clifton House Brighton is situated in Brighton and is close to the area's tourist attractions. Guests can also enjoy complimentary wireless internet.There are 4 rooms at the hotel, each offering all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.
Russell Guest House        
19 Russell Sq

Set on a garden square, this straightforward family-run B&B is a 4-minute walk from the beach and an 11-minute walk from the Royal Pavilion.The 8 simple modern rooms (sleeping up to 3 guests) include en suite bathrooms, TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. There's stair access only.
Stay in the heart of ... Brighton Star Rating 5        
Astra House, Kings Road

Strategically located in the centre of the city, this 5-star property makes for an ideal base in Brighton. It offers laundry facilities, and is an easy stroll from The Brighton Centre and Regency Square.There are 2 apartments at Stay in the heart of Brighton, each offering all the essentials to ensure a comfortable stay.
Gullivers Hotel - B&B Star Rating 4        
12A New Steine

Set in a 3-storey Georgian townhouse, this cosy budget hotel is a 10-minute walk from Brighton Pier and 0.4 miles from the Royal Pavilion.The straightforward rooms come equipped with flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, and have tea and coffeemaking facilities.
New Steine Hotel Star Rating 4        
10-11 New Steine

This casual hotel is a 7-minute walk from Steine Gardens and a 9-minute walk from the Royal Pavilion and Pavilion Gardens.Bright, classically furnished rooms all include free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, and come equipped with tea and coffeemaking facilities. Most rooms have en suite bathrooms, but single rooms have private facilities.
Grand Hotel Brighton & Hove Star Rating 4        
97-99 King's Road

This opulent Victorian seafront hotel is a 12-minute walk from the Royal Pavilion and a 14-minute walk from Brighton Pier.The refined rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows and panelled walls, plus free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas with sofas, balconies and sea views.
Queens Hotel & Spa Star Rating 3        
1 Kings Road

Set on Brighton's promenade, this traditional, 19th-century hotel is a 2-minute walk from Brighton Pier and a 5-minute walk from the Royal Pavilion.The classic rooms and suites (many with sea views) include en suite bathrooms, as well as free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some have whirlpool baths.
Quality Hotel Brighton & Hove Star Rating 3        
West Street

This 3 star hotel is located in the city centre of Brighton and was established in 1991. It is close to the Sealife Centre. The Hotel has a restaurant, a bar, a conference room and a coffee shop.
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Located on England's south coast, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in all of the United Kingdom. Some eight million visitors make their way to the gay-friendly city each year, each looking to enjoy a taste of a traditional seaside holiday. From family vacations and couples retreats to hen parties and corporate getaways, you'll find all kinds of visitors in this part of the country, most of who prove to be friendly and approachable.

The city is served by a railway station and is conveniently connected to the likes of London, Southampton and beyond by major roads. Gatwick Airport is a 30-minute train ride away. It's no secret that the city's best hotels are generally found on the seafront. Plenty of these establishments seep with history and all offer easy access to Brighton's best attractions. Some older hotels may be lacking a little in terms of amenities but it's hard to argue against the view. Visitors looking for a cheaper alternative will find budget hotels throughout the city.

Visitors will find Brighton to be home to a wealth of interesting sights and sounds, including elaborate architecture, beautiful scenery and a bohemian attitude. The Royal Pavilion, once the King's seaside retreat, is a postcard-friendly tourist destination with an interesting history. The Lanes - a collection of narrow lanes / alleys just off the seafront - offer an assortment of high end shopping, including plenty of jewelers and antique shops. North Lane is home to thrift stores, record shops, independent cafes and eateries, and some of Brighton's most colorful shops and stores. Brighton Pier is one of Britain's finest examples of 19th century piers. Enjoy the thrill rides and arcades before tucking into fish and chips, hot donuts or ice cream. From the pier, take a walk along the pebble beach. While it might not be as aesthetically pleasing as white Tahitian sands, this pebble beach is a great place to come and relax. You'll find plenty of bars, galleries and other attractions as you walk the surf.

Looking for something to eat? Hop on Volks Electric Railway - the oldest working electric railway in the world - and take the short trip to Brighton Marina. Here you'll find a plethora of restaurants to choose from. Alternatively, the Lanes host a number of recommended eateries, whilst pub grub in the city is of a high standard. Don't forget to enjoy fish and chips on the beach at least once during your visit. Brighton, or Brighton and Hove to give it its full name, is a fairly small city.

Visitors are often surprised to find that a car journey of less than 10 minutes is all it takes to leave the hustle and bustle behind and be fronted by splendid green spaces. To really get away from it all, take a trip to Devil's Dyke, an expansive valley with a soothing atmosphere. The city's buses regularly venture out to the scenic spot. For international visitors looking to get a further taste of England, Brighton railway station offers frequent passage to London. In less than an hour you can find yourself amidst the capital's many delights. Peak time for tourists falls in the summer months when day-trippers, weekend breakers and families flock to Brighton's beach. Things are a little quieter in the winter months but make no mistake about it, Brighton is a bustling city all year round.