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139 - 141 Kings Road, Regency, Brighton & Hove, BN1 2NA, United Kingdom – Show map
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WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation is not possible) and costs GBP 15 per day.
24-hour front desk, Luggage storage, Dry cleaning, Meeting/banquet facilities, Fax/photocopying
Newspapers, Non-smoking rooms, Family rooms, Lift, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
From 15:00 hours
Until 11:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are allowed. Charges may be applicable.
When booking more than 3 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Based on 1371 reviews
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On the seafront in the heart of Brighton's 'Lanes', this friendly hotel has a pool, gym and free Wi-Fi. It is well-located for nightlife, restaurants and the beach.
Score from 2594 reviews Good
Built in 1826, this seaside hotel is opposite Brighton Pier, a short walk from the Royal Pavilion, and has sea views. It offers free Wi-Fi in the public areas.
Score from 1924 reviews Review score
Opposite the beach, Umi Brighton Hotel is set on the lively seafront, about 2 minutes' walk from The Brighton Centre. It offers free Wi-Fi and free access to a local health club.
Score from 821 reviews Good
This Victorian hotel sits on a tree-lined avenue a 2-minute walk from the seafront. It has an award-winning table d'hôte restaurant, free Wi-Fi, and free parking on site.
Score from 803 reviews Good
I stayed for 2 nights in October in a sea view double room on 3rd floor, midweek. The hotel has an oldy-worldly charm, has seen better days but clean, comfortable room, quiet enough for a good night sleep with lovely views. The staff were efficient and polite, what more can you ask. Good value too.
Good bathroom good location good welcome
View from the window.
Lift Cheap toilet tissue
Decor.Location.Staff friendly.Nice bar to chill out before bed.
Could not put radiator on in room and it was a little cold. Lager was flat.
Breakfast Sea view Polite staff
Poor wifi signal in room
Parking availability is v limited
Breakfast was excellent
Difficulty understanding reception staff Temperature in room very hot Not enough chairs in lounge area for relaxing before going to bed
The breakfast was good as was the shower. The staff were mostly helpful & available.
The room was small with no night table, was airless especially after showering when the room became very steamy. As I was unable to open the window it became suffocating. I spent two uncomfortable nights. Breakfast & checkout were very early.
Staff were friendly & gave us the option to upgrade to a suite for an extra £20 Great location on the seafront
Room looked out onto side street. Poor quality of windows made for a very noisy night. Upgrade to suite was a nice option but room looked like it been an office the previous day, complete with fluorescent lighting & no bedside lamps or a rug in the room.
Noise from people and traffic
Good location on the seafront.
View from 4th floor window obscured by parapet. Unable to adjust bathroom radiator or open window.
Veiw from room, location and bar
Too little to mention
It was great to walk out the front door and be on the sea front, walking distance to the excellent town centre (full of pubs, independent shops and sights to see) and about 200 metres from The Brighton Centre, where we were attending a sell out concert (4500 capacity). We didn't use the car at all. Staff were friendly and efficient and we had to wait for nothing at the bar or at breakfast. We were well looked after. And the bar bill was not excessive! Suited us for a two night stay and the issues with the room did not detract from our stay in Brighton, which was brilliant.
It was clear how the hotel made some of its money. Parking was £15 per day, or part thereof, in the tight hotel car park - I would suggest booking in advance as there did not appear to be enough spaces for everybody - in an area where even more expensive long term public parking made it pretty much compulsory, so the good room rate has to be offset against this. The room was very hot (this was in October) and it was impossible to turn off completely the radiator. Probably our fault for not telling staff. It was also quite spartan and neither of us (one tall and heavy, the other small and light) was impressed by the bed - cheap. We were not expecting five star luxury for the price but.....
Value and location very good
Room was small and a bit tired.
Sea front Location good easy to get to town and attractions
Parking spaces not enough also a shelf in bathroom would be nice and a hook for clothes
A decent hotel located opposite the seafront. We didn't use the facilities but the breakfast was fine. A little old fashioned and tired but excellent value.
Lack of parking. It's expensive in Brighton. Park in Hove and walk along the promenade as the parking is half the price it is in Brighton.
The view from our bedroom window was fantastic. Room was a good size.
Nightine staff we friendly & helpful.
Morning staff were unfriendly and cold - they didn't even look up from their desk to check us out, very bad customer service.
Good location Clean rooms
Reception is old, dated and smelt. We had very noisy neighbours, playing loud music, I asked them to keep it down, they ignored, we called reception who also asked them to keep it down, they turned the music down but they continued to make noise until gone 5am.
Location was good. After viewing our room we complained and were moved to a slightly better room, and complimentary breakfast was given as a gesture. That was handled well by Daniel, the Duty Manager. Good choice of breakfast options, staff were attentive.
The first room we were given was incredidbly small with a filthy window, making the room gloomy and depressing. Wifi did not work. Overall appearance of hotel was shabby and tired. Corridors were airless. Bed was lumpy and poor quality. Breakfast was not included in the already expensive room rate (we had expected it to have been included). Second room, although bigger, had the noise of the boiler humming away constantly (but did have a slightly cleaner window). Oh dear.
I enjoyed the old fashioned style of the hotel, although some would think it has seen better days. It was very quiet at night.
They do not have secure facilities to leave baggage prior to checking in. The breakfast was not great
Location. Friendly staff.
The lack of Wifi signal when the hotel advertised as having Wifi. Shower poor - took ages to warm up and then had to have a scolding hot shower because dial got stuck!
A spacious, clean and comfortable room overlooking the sea shore.
Single glazed sash windows, with no sound proofing against all night traffic and night revellers.
View from room
General upkeep poor- needs refurb in most rooms and updating in bar and restaurant areas. Very tired looking hotel which does not reflect price of room.
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