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Brighton’s long heritage as a seaside holiday resort and, more recently, conference and mini break destination, means there’s no end of accommodation options – from cheap and cheerful to boutique and indulgent.
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Brighton’s cheapest hotels are concentrated in the seafront neighbourhood of Kemptown, just to the east of the city centre. Here you can choose from traditional B&Bs, backpacker hostels, and an ever-growing clutch of new and trendy yet cheap hotels with individually designed rooms.
Kemptown is the LGBT heart of Brighton, so you’ll be near plenty of welcoming cafes and buzzing pubs and bars, and just a stride away from the seafront and city centre.
Brighton’s arty, anything-goes vibe and creative population means there’s an exciting range of independently-run boutique hotels and guesthouses in the city. Perfect for couples or friends on a special trip away, these hotels will play a memorable part of your trip.
Look out for ‘England’s most rock ‘n’ roll hotel’ the Pelirocco, for example, with its extravagant pop culture-inspired rooms. If you prefer chic and minimalist, there’s also Blanch House – Brighton’s original boutique hotel – or Drakes Hotel, which has some of the best sea views you can get.
Looking for a more traditional seaside hotel in Brighton? The sea-facing King’s Road and Marine Parade, and the roads and Georgian squares running up from them, are lined with both family-run and big-player hotels offering full English breakfasts and sea views. Slap-bang by the pier, The Grand remains the most iconic of Brighton’s hotels, yet can offer surprisingly cheap deals.
Many hotels in Brighton give rate reductions for stays of two nights or more, so it’s worth checking this out when you’re choosing where to stay. Booking on weekdays and outside of peak summer and festivals season will also help you to get a great deal.
Big-name chain hotels offering some of the cheapest room rates and modern facilities in Brighton include the Holiday Inn Brighton-Seafront.
Hove, proudly thought of by its residents as Brighton’s smarter sister, lies along the seafront to the west of the city centre and is a more chilled-out place to stay, with a similar range of hotels and guesthouses.
For an even quieter break, the countryside of the South Downs National Park surrounding Brighton is peppered with homely B&Bs, pubs with rooms, well-run campsites, and heavenly farmhouses.