From quaint guesthouses and bed and breakfasts to established hotels with far-reaching sea views, there are plenty of rooms to be had in the city.
The hotels below have been grouped into three pricing categories:
Luxury (over £150)
Moderate (£90 to £150)
Cheap (up to £90)
These Brighton hotel prices are the starting prices for a double room, inclusive of all taxes and breakfast.
A Room With A View
With just nine rooms, A Room With A View might be one of Brighton’s smallest sleeping spots. Seafront locale and Palace Pier views are all present and correct, and rooms are decorated to a modern, minimalist standard. Another bonus is that it’s next to Drake’s Hotel, so there’s a cocktail bar close enough for you to shout over your order.Address: , 41 Marine Parade, Brighton, BN2 1PE
Telephone: +44 1273 628 885.
This Georgian townhouse is where the media set stay when they’re in town, with the likes of Sadie Frost and Woody Allen amongst its former guests. The interior combines orientalism and Indochine French design, and it pitches for laidback glamour. The onsite restaurant is fabulous, while the accompanying cocktail bar has an abundance of classics on offer - though mercifully no Sex On The Beach in sight.Address: , 43-44 Marine Parade, Brighton, BN1 2FY
Telephone: + 44 1273 696 934.
The Grand Hotel
Brighton's most famous hotel, and one of the only 5-star establishments in the city, the The Grand’s elegant Victorian building enjoys a central seafront position. This extensive hotel has more than 200 lavishly appointed rooms, and offers a stylish and luxurious base from which to explore the city. Its afternoon teas are world famous too.Address: , Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 2FW
Telephone: +44 8712 224 684.
Self-styled as ‘England’s Most Rock n’ Roll Hotel’, the Pelirocco wears its (tattooed) heart on its sleeve. With unique designs in each room, visitors can count sheep in sleeping quarters such as the Modrephenia (complete with scooter bedside table) and the Pretty Vacant (think: angry teenager’s bedroom with punk posters and guitars). For a naughty weekend away, the Nookii room is your best bet with its peep show shower and adult board games.Address: , 10 Regency Square, Brighton, BN1 2FG
Telephone: +44 1273 775 215.
A boutique hotel stationed in the centre of the Regency Square, Hotel Una names its rooms after the rivers of the world. Each has been individually designed with a focus on style, so when you’re not sitting at your pine bureau scribbling in your journal, you’ll be lounging on slick leather sofas. The Fifty Five Cocktail bar downstairs is ideal for sophisticated pre-dinner oiling.Address: , 55 Regency Square, Brighton, BN1 2FF
Telephone: +44 1273 820 464.
Hotel du Vin
Boasting a convenient location between the Lanes conservation area and the beachfront, Hotel du Vin is an elegant Brighton hotel with 49 stylish bedrooms housed in a collection of gothic revival and mock Tudor buildings that dates back to 1695. Next door is the Pub du Vin, where sports heads can catch the latest matches on the big screen and get involved in the local plonk.Address: , Ship Street, Brighton, BN1 1AD
Telephone: +44 8447 364 251.
Suitable for the budget-conscious, this low-key hostel is set away from the hustle and bustle on a quiet residential side street in Hove. Rooms come with one, two or four beds, with shared facilities on each floor. It has stylish wooden floorboards, warm basement kitchens and a converted coal cellar for a chinwag.Address: Hove, 36 Waterloo Street, Brighton, BN3 1AY
Telephone: +44 1273 711 854.
Styled as Brighton's original boutique hotel, The Granville exudes a thoroughly old school charm. Each of the 24 rooms are individually themed, so visitors can stay in the likes of the Noel Coward Room, with its art deco furniture, or the blue Lace Room with its Jacuzzi bath. Even Thomas Kemp, the local hero behind Kemp Town, has his own four walls.Address: , 124 Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 2FY
Telephone: +44 1273 326 302.
The White House
If you’re planning on spending your evenings amongst among the pomp and wonder of Kemp Town, but still want to escape once the lights come up, The White House is a sound option. Built in the 1930s, and with only 25 rooms, its recent refurbishment now has it on point with the rest of the competition.Address: , 6 Bedford Street, Brighton, BN2 1AN
Telephone: +44 1273 626 266.