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Brighton is a large city on the south coast of England. Popular with locals and tourists, it is one of the UK's most iconic seaside destinations.
The famous attractions of the beach and the Royal Pavilion are not the only highlights of this fabulously laidback city. The recently built Brighton Wheel (near the West Pier) offers a bird's eye view of the city and surrounding areas. The Sea Life Centre, which dates from Victorian times, is also well worth a visit.
Other important landmarks include the famous Brighton Racecourse and the Lanes, a network of small side streets that offer a wealth of interesting shopping opportunities.
The nightlife here is great and there are plenty of top eateries, trendy bars and late-night clubs. A stay in Brighton also includes the possibility of visiting the nearby Downs and other fantastic landscapes that pepper the entire county of Sussex.
With its famous pebble beach and pier, Royal Pavilion and regency buildings, Brighton is a hub of activity, especially when the sun shines in spring, summer and autumn. So no wonder Brighton hotels are numerous and varied. Just remember to book as early as possible to secure your stay.
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From budget guesthouses to luxury five-star hotels, Brighton caters for every type of visitor...
Brighton is a diverse, multicultural city that somehow manages to successfully combine bohemian cool with traditional classicism. Hotels in Brighton tend to reflect this. But the seafront is the place to find the finest, historic hotels in the city, including the famous Grand Hotel, the Brighton Metropole and Queens Hotel.
The splendid Grand Hotel takes centre stage, while the Metropole remains the largest conference hotel in the whole of the south, and Queens boasts a gym, a swimming pool and a spa. For a cheaper, seafront stay, meanwhile, the Thistle Hotel on Kings Road is a good, high-quality alternative.
Further into the city centre, the Premier Inn on North Street is right in the middle of just about everything, and the Jurys Inn in the trendy Seven Dials area is close to some of the finest restaurants in the city.
Another great option is a stay in a Brighton bed and breakfast. The British seaside does B&B hospitality to a tee (or should that be tea?) and Brighton has it sussed. You can stay in quirky guesthouses; stylish boutique-style B&Bs; traditional, usually family-run, bed and breakfasts in Regency homes; as well as cheap, basic B&Bs that supply a few more home comforts than a budget hotel.
Outside of Brighton, some visitors choose to stay in the Hove area, which is generally a little quieter (and certainly much posher). And those in search of self-catering accommodation mostly head along the coastal road.
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Fun-filled Brighton will never leave you bored – there is so much to see and do in this lively city...
Top five attractions
Tuck into fish and chips, candyfloss and a stick of rock at iconic Brighton Pier. With rides and attractions, arcades and restaurants, all the family can enjoy a traditional day out.
The Royal Pavilion
Visit the original home of George IV. Extravagant and opulent, you can step back in time and see the lavish banqueting room, the music room, and the royal bedrooms.
Sea Life Centre
The world's oldest operating aquarium, visitors can discover around 500 creatures, explore the underwater tunnel, take a trip on a glass-bottomed boat and get hands on with an interactive rock pool experience.
With its buzzing atmosphere and vibrant collection of independent shops, restaurants and bars, visitors can spend hours looking round this quirky area of Brighton.
Take in fabulous panoramic views of the coastline from your elevated position (50 metres above sea level) aboard the Brighton Wheel.
Spring, summer, autumn or winter – Brighton’s calendar of annual events is never empty. Here are three of the best...
Chocolate Festival; March; opposite the Royal Pavilion: Release your inner chocoholic at the Chocolate Festival. Tantalise your taste buds by sampling the delights of some of the world's best chocolatiers and be sure to stock up on some scrumptious supplies.
Sand Sculpture Festival; April; Black Rock Brighton: Prepare to be wowed by fantastic creations made from sand. World-class artists gather at this exciting exhibition and lead workshops, live demonstrations and guided tours.
Brighton Fringe; May/June; throughout the city: With more than 3,000 performances during the festival, the Brighton Fringe is packed with four weeks of theatre, comedy, cabaret, concerts and street acts.-