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Leonardo Royal Hotel Brighton Waterfront, hotel in Brighton & Hove

Overlooking the seafront, Leonardo Royal Hotel Brighton Waterfront Waterfront benefits from its own entrance at the front of the hotel in the right corner and is just 400 metres from the Brighton...

Staff were friendly and very help
8.4
Scored 8.4
Very good
Rated very good
6,820 reviews
Price from£92per night
The Old Ship Hotel, hotel in Brighton & Hove

This striking Georgian property is on the seafront, overlooking Brighton beach. The property is just a 5-minute walk from Brighton Pier, shops, lively bars and popular restaurants.

Location
7.3
Scored 7.3
Good
Rated good
6,065 reviews
Price from£135per night
Kings Hotel, hotel in Brighton & Hove

Situated in central Brighton and with views of the seafront, this magnificent Grade II Listed building overlooks the West Pier and offers free Wi-Fi.

Location was close to centre
7.3
Scored 7.3
Good
Rated good
5,722 reviews
Price from£116.85per night
Britannia Study Hotel, hotel in Brighton & Hove

With a city centre location on Brighton’s Western Road, the adult-only Britannia Study Hotel offers contemporary en suite rooms with free WiFi, and is situated within minutes of numerous shops and...

Bed was nice and near shop and beach
7.6
Scored 7.6
Good
Rated good
4,731 reviews
Price from£89.10per night
New Steine Hotel - B&B, hotel in Brighton & Hove

Located in central Brighton, the refurbished New Steine Hotel - B&B is set in a 5-storey Georgian townhouse and offers contemporary accommodation with free WiFi access throughout the property.

The staff were very helpful and friendly. Breakfast was very good quality and plenty of it.
8.1
Scored 8.1
Very good
Rated very good
2,247 reviews
Price from£64per night
Hotel Pelirocco, hotel in Brighton & Hove

On the seafront in central Brighton, Pelirocco is a townhouse hotel featuring boutique-style themed rooms with free Wi-Fi. The Playstation Bar serves a varied cocktail list.

The staff were so helpful with recommendations where to eat and I felt comfortable. I will definitely be staying again sometime soon!
8.7
Scored 8.7
Fabulous
Rated fabulous
800 reviews
Price from£88.11per night
OYO Ruby Pub & Hotel, hotel in Brighton & Hove

OYO Ruby Pub & Hotel provides accommodation located in Brighton & Hove, 4.4 km from Komedia and 5 km from Brighton Dome. The aparthotel offers a terrace.

Location was good for where I had to be.
7.0
Scored 7.0
Good
Rated good
805 reviews
Price from£96.80per night
The Ginger Pig, hotel in Brighton & Hove

Set in Brighton & Hove, The Ginger Pig is 2.1 km from i360 Observation Tower and offers facilities like bar and on-site dining.

A beautiful room with a fabulous bathroom. Great having a sea view. Staff welcoming.
9.0
Scored 9.0
Superb
Rated superb
633 reviews
Price from£175per night
Blok-74, hotel in Brighton & Hove

1.2 km from Hove Beach, Blok-74 is set in Brighton & Hove and offers free WiFi and express check-in and check-out.

Great location at a short walk from the train station, close to the beach and center. Noisy street but that did not matter to me, complimentary earplugs were provided. Nice cool decoration and perfect location. Nespresso coffee maker provided.
8.0
Scored 8.0
Very good
Rated very good
1,252 reviews
Price from£90.90per night
Amsterdam Hotel Brighton Seafront, hotel in Brighton & Hove

Situated on the Seafront, opposite Brighton’s famous Palace Pier, the Amsterdam Hotel, Brighton offers award-winning accommodation and free Wi-Fi.

The location was unbeatable and most staff were incredibly pleasant and chatty.
7.1
Scored 7.1
Good
Rated good
2,079 reviews
Price from£102.90per night
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  • Drakes Hotel
    8.6
    Scored 8.6
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 1,329 reviews

    Drakes is a luxury boutique hotel on Brighton’s seafront, overlooking the Brighton Palace Pier. It offers unique 4-star accommodation, and has a fine-dining restaurant and vibrant cocktail bar.

    The service was amazing. The staff where fantastic.

  • Malmaison Brighton
    8.0
    Scored 8.0
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 4,189 reviews

    Malmaison Brighton looks out over Brighton Marina to the sea. It has free parking, a bar, a restaurant, modern rooms with monsoon showers and outdoor terraces looking out over the water.

    Amazing hotel, staff were excellent, facilities superb

  • Leonardo Hotel Brighton
    8.3
    Scored 8.3
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 3,392 reviews

    Next to Brighton Railway Station, in the city centre, Leonardo Hotel Brighton is a 15-minute walk from the beach. It boasts a 24-hour reception, bar and restaurant.

    Perfect location. Room was comfortable and a good size.

  • Best Western Princes Marine Hotel
    8.1
    Scored 8.1
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 2,461 reviews

    The Best Western Princes Marine Hotel is situated on Hove seafront opposite Hove lawns and the English Channel. There is limited private parking, free fibre optic WiFi and a 24-hour front desk.

    very friendly staff & comfortable surroundings

  • Hotel Pelirocco
    8.7
    Scored 8.7
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 800 reviews

    On the seafront in central Brighton, Pelirocco is a townhouse hotel featuring boutique-style themed rooms with free Wi-Fi. The Playstation Bar serves a varied cocktail list.

    Wonderfully quirky and amazing staff! Breakfast was fantastic!

  • Britannia Study Hotel
    7.6
    Scored 7.6
    Good
    Rated good
     · 4,731 reviews

    With a city centre location on Brighton’s Western Road, the adult-only Britannia Study Hotel offers contemporary en suite rooms with free WiFi, and is situated within minutes of numerous shops and...

    Lovely room and breakfast and customer service was excellent

  • ibis Brighton City Centre - Station
    7.7
    Scored 7.7
    Good
    Rated good
     · 4,463 reviews

    Situated in the heart of the vibrant city of Brighton, by the railway station, ibis Brighton City Centre boasts modern, soundproofed rooms, a bar and a restaurant.

    Extremely well situated. Everything within walking distance.

  • Miller & Carter Brighton by Innkeeper's Collection
    7.8
    Scored 7.8
    Good
    Rated good
     · 1,775 reviews

    Just 4.5 miles from the seafront, this large Brighton lodge offers a Miller & Carter Steakhouse serving tasty grills. Free parking is possible on site.

    Room was spotless. Lovely comfy bed. Great nights sleep.

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  • The Willows
    4.9
    Scored 4.9
    Disappointing
    Rated disappointing
     · 401 reviews

    Well set in the Kemptown district of Brighton & Hove, The Willows is located 300 metres from Brighton Beach, 2.1 km from Hove Beach and 800 metres from Brighton Pier.

    Location excellent,basic hotel but great for one night

  • X Hotel Brunswick Square
    5.7
    Scored 5.7
    Above average
    Rated okay
     · 176 reviews

    The X Hotel Brunswick Square offers a superb base in the most elegant Grade I listed square in Brighton and Hove, less than a minute's walk from the beach and close to a fine selection of quality...

    Excellent customer service, clean rooms and toilets.

  • Red Brighton Blue
    9.5
    Scored 9.5
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 1,008 reviews

    Located in Brighton & Hove, within an 8-minute walk of Brighton Pier and 800 metres of The Royal Pavilion, Red Brighton Blue offers accommodation with a terrace.

    Every detail was taken care of, excellent cleanliness.

  • Hotel Una
    9.2
    Scored 9.2
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 234 reviews

    Ideally situated in the heart of Brighton, and just off Brighton Rail Station, Hotel Una offers modern and stylish accommodation, a bar, spa rooms and cinema room.

    Everything! The staff, location, decor and spacious room.

  • Brighton Marina House
    8.6
    Scored 8.6
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 980 reviews

    Close to the beach, Brighton Marina House is located in Brighton & Hove, an 8-minute walk from Brighton Pier. Popular points of interest nearby include The Royal Pavilion, Brighton Dome and Komedia.

    Clean, comfortable, quiet and close to everything.

  • Artist Residence Brighton
    8.5
    Scored 8.5
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 211 reviews

    In the centre of Brighton, the Artist Residence Hotel faces the iconic West Pier. This unique property features 25 individually decorated rooms with free WiFi and quirky original artwork.

    Friendly and welcoming staff. Amazing art Amazing location

  • Regency Hotel
    6.7
    Scored 6.7
    Pleasant
    Rated pleasant
     · 209 reviews

    Directly opposite Brighton’s New i360 Tower, the 28 Regency Square - Regency Hotel is a city centre hotel in Brighton.

    The location was great, the room was very good comfortable.

  • The Gullivers Hotel
    4.2
    Scored 4.2
    Disappointing
    Rated disappointing
     · 456 reviews

    In an elegant Georgian townhouse, Gullivers Hotel is 300 metres from Brighton Pier and seafront. With modern bedrooms and free Wi-Fi.

    Great location , clean room and very comfortable bed.

Hotels located in the centre of Brighton & Hove

  • Blanch House
    8.8
    Scored 8.8
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 793 reviews

    Situated less than a minute's walk from the nearest beach, Blanch House is a Regency-era 3-star townhouse hotel in the heart of Brighton town centre.

    Lovely staff willing to chat and share local tips.

  • Hotel Nineteen
    8.7
    Scored 8.7
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 132 reviews

    Featuring 3-star accommodation, Hotel Nineteen is located in Brighton & Hove, 1.8 km from Hove Beach and 500 metres from Brighton Pier.

    Close to the beach , pubs , food & town centre

  • Selina Brighton
    7.9
    Scored 7.9
    Good
    Rated good
     · 1,539 reviews

    In Brighton’s vibrant city centre, The Selina Brighton is located on the promenade. With stunning sea views and surrounded by clubs and restaurants, the hotel also offers free WiFi.

    I loved everything about my stay at the Selina Brighton

  • DoubleTree By Hilton Brighton Metropole
    7.9
    Scored 7.9
    Good
    Rated good
     · 1,436 reviews

    The newly refurbished DoubleTree by Hilton Brighton Metropole looks out over Brighton seafront and is close to the shops and city centre.

    Room lovely, comfortable.nice refurbished.on seafront

  • One Broad Street
    7.9
    Scored 7.9
    Good
    Rated good
     · 1,002 reviews

    Located 300 metres from The Royal Pavilion and a 5-minute walk from Brighton Pier, One Broad Street offers accommodation in Brighton & Hove. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.

    Great little place. Great location. Great venues nearby.

  • Harbour Hotel & Spa Brighton
    7.8
    Scored 7.8
    Good
    Rated good
     · 2,923 reviews

    Opposite a iconic beach, Harbour Hotel & Spa Brighton is set on the lively seafront, about 2 minutes' walk from The Brighton Centre and offers free WiFi.

    The staff were extremely friendly and professional

  • The Queensbury Hotel
    7.7
    Scored 7.7
    Good
    Rated good
     · 3,370 reviews

    This fully refurbished Grade II Listed hotel is opposite Brighton’s West Pier. It offers free WiFi and seafront accommodation, 15 minutes’ walk from Brighton Rail Station.

    Good location. Reasonable price. Good bfast choice.

  • Queens Hotel & Spa
    7.6
    Scored 7.6
    Good
    Rated good
     · 8,456 reviews

    On the seafront in the heart of Brighton's 'Lanes', this friendly hotel is well-located for nightlife, shopping, restaurants and the beach.

    Quite, clean, organized, access to swimming pool and gym

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Colourful by Day and Night

Known for colourful nightlife and traditional English seaside pursuits, Brighton and neighbour Hove are the closest beach resorts to London, making them popular end points for classic car runs from the capital. Many end at the racecourse, a few streets from Brighton Marina, Europe’s largest, housing several shops and eateries. Many Brighton guest houses on Booking.com are also nearby.

Running along the beachfront is the world’s oldest operating electric railway, ending by Brighton Pier. Lit up at night and also known as Palace Pier, this city icon houses amusements and rides, and is one place to pick up some famous Brighton Rock, the confectionery sharing its name with an edgy Graham Greene novel set here.

A new addition, the Brighton Wheel is right by the pier, while one of its most famous attractions is the Royal Pavilion, a former royal retreat built in Indian style.

Just west are 2 of the most popular Brighton shopping spots – Churchill Square shopping centre and The Lanes with its narrow streets and unusual shops. This area also has several Brighton hotels with parking, and the Artists Quarter, a series of ex-fishing huts that are now galleries. The arts are a big thing here and Brighton Festival is the UK’s 2nd largest arts festival, while Brighton Pride is also a big event on the annual calendar.

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What guests said about Brighton & Hove:

  • 10
    Scored 10

    I love Brighton it's close to home London.

    I love Brighton it's close to home London. It has excellent transport links and regular trains that leave early and late. The place is relaxing the people are great and there is lots to do for any age group. Fantastic sights shops and restaurants. There are so many fantastic shops and places to eat and drink you are spoilt for choice. The beach is along one straight line on either side of the pier which you can walk down. You must visit the pier and eat fish and chips on the beach and watch the sun go down it's magical.
    Sarah HIA
    United Kingdom
  • 2.0
    Scored 2.0

    I’ve stayed in Brighton numerous occasions.

    I’ve stayed in Brighton numerous occasions. And would return. Unfortunately the property my partner and two pooches stayed in was in Hove and the run down side of Hove. Especially the property externally and the entrance hall which lead to the lifts. Upon arrival the lifts were working and then out of order for two days due to maintenance works being carried out. I was going to leave sooner. But my partner wished to stay considering we came far. I definitely would not return back.
    Melek
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Lively place, excellent beach front with loads to do, great...

    Lively place, excellent beach front with loads to do, great places to eat and drink. Everything was in easy walking distance. Felt very safe, never saw any crime or drunken aggressive behaviour. Everyone was friendly and easy going. I liked it more and more the more time I was there. We ate out each night and so much variety from fast food at Shelter Hall, although I sent my food back as it wasn't nice through to high end steak at The Coal Shed which was expensive but beautiful food and great staff. Giggling Squid was also a highlight. Gorgeous food, very lovely staff and reasonably priced. Loads of places to shop and The Lanes is an experience in itself browsing the narrow twisting lanes with individual eclectic shops. As you get off the train it doesn't give a great first impression, it looks a bit run down and grubby but as you get towards Hove it gets better and the seafront is amazing. We went on i360 and that was great if not a little expensive for what was a very short time, 20mins start to finish at £37, glad we did it but wouldn't do it again.
    Rachel
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    The facade of Selina Hotel is a little deceiving.

    The facade of Selina Hotel is a little deceiving. It is a very nice reception area with some interesting plants and a place to sit and enjoy a coffee or tea. The rooms small but clean and very comfortable beds. We had a nice view from the room. The radiator was a bit too warm and could've been adjusted but the other was switched off. Lucky with the weather which made a difference to getting around. It was a great location and plenty of clvariety at Preston Street for the many restaurants to choose from
    K
    Karen
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    It was a good choice for an early spring visit when the...

    It was a good choice for an early spring visit when the weather was cool. We were able to walk miles along the prom and paths at the foot of the cliffs. The town is lively and the Royal Pavilion well worth visiting. The bus service was excellent and we were able to visit other towns along the coast. There was a wide choice of resturants.
    Barbara
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Brighton is wonderful! Lots to see and do.

    Brighton is wonderful! Lots to see and do. A variety of cafes, bars, restaurants to go to. So much choice. I chose to eat at a wondeful Thai restaurant cakes Siam Siam. I chose vegetable tempura and then chicken massamam curry with sticky rice. It was incredible. Also Artists Open Houses is on during the month of May, all around Brighton and surrounding areas. I visited 6 open house locations and saw and wonderful arts and crafts. Beautiful architecture, wonderful old buildings. A 1 night stay is not enough. I still haven't seen so much!
    Kelley
    United Kingdom

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Brighton & Hove

  • From £130.90 per night
    7.7
    Scored 7.7
    Good
    Rated good
     · 4,463 reviews
    Ideal location has we went for the racing at Brighton and the following day at fontwell were we had to catch a train which was 4minute to the station.we also had a full day in Brighton with the hotel only a 10 minute walk to the seafront and only 2 min walk to around 4 pubs. We didn’t have breakfast because of our arrangements but passing through the eating area the food on looks looked really nice.the car park was only a few minutes walk and cheaper than expected all in all a nice stay and wouldn’t hesitate to stay there again.
    Kev
    United Kingdom
  • 8.4
    Scored 8.4
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 6,819 reviews
    The Leonardo Royal Hotel Waterfront Brighton has an ideal location if you want to stay centrally in Brighton and be close to the sea, the Pier and the shopping/restaurant areas. The breakfast area on "upper Ground floor" has an excellent positioning to get a nice view of the beach, the Pier and the seaside og Brighton. Very pleasant quiet breakfast area with also great variety to choose from. The room was clean and quiet and the bed was very comfortable. Public Parking garage underneath is very convenient.
    Eric Steira
    Norway
  • From £163 per night
    8.0
    Scored 8.0
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 4,189 reviews
    We had a very easy check in, like many Malmaison's the actual hotel is above the main street but this is not a problem. The room was typically quirky but with nice 4* luxuries and touches like complimentary water and a big clean powerful shower room. What really stood out was the dinner we all had, the food was genuinely excellent and given the "chain" nature of the hotel far beyond our expectations. It was not cheap, but given quality was good value.
    Tom
    United Kingdom
  • From £125.60 per night
    7.0
    Scored 7.0
    Good
    Rated good
     · 805 reviews
    Our host was very kind and helpful. He was there when we arrived, even though it was a holiday Monday, and we had not let him know when we would be arriving. He had suggestions for restaurants (having already let us know that Ruby Pub and Hotel would not be serving food that night). The rooms were incredibly clean, beds comfortable. Our host suggested that we visit the Royal Pavilion near the beach in Brighton, so we did, the next day.
    Janet
    Canada
  • From £109 per night
    8.5
    Scored 8.5
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 824 reviews
    Far and above exceeded my expectations. I chose it because it was the cheapest I found. The price in no way matches the hotel. They could easily charge twice the price. Room was fantastic. Very comfortable. Staff were all lovely. Its serves the best coffee in Brighton. I didn't get a chance to eat in their little cafe but I seen others and the food looked sensational. I cannot wait to get back to it.
    S
    Scott
    United Kingdom
  • From £114 per night
    8.1
    Scored 8.1
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 2,247 reviews
    FANTASTIC VERY VERY HOSPITABLE KIND AND FRIENDLY HOST CALLED OSCAR FROM MINORCA SPAIN. WOW CANT FAULT HIM HES AMAZING ALSO LOCATION IS AMAZING IN THE BRIGHTON CITY CENTRE NEAR SEAFRONT AND BRIGHTON PALACE PIER. ALSO VERY SUNNY NICE WEATHER WHICH WAS THE ICING ON AN ALREADY NICE CAKE.ALSO WE GOT AN UPGRADED ROOM FREE OF CHARGE. VERY VERY PLEASED WITH THIS HOTEL WILL STAY AGAIN IF IN BRIGHTON.
    DOMINIC
    United Kingdom
  • From £95 per night
    7.4
    Scored 7.4
    Good
    Rated good
     · 605 reviews
    My friends and I spent practically our whole stay trying to figure out how this place was so cheap. The location is fantastic, there was reliable WiFi and TV, we had a garden, the hot water and such worked fine, the staff on the phone were friendly and helpful. This might be the best value for money in Brighton. 5 minute walk to the beach and 10 minute walk in to town massively appreciated.
    Alexander
    United Kingdom
  • From £70 per night
    7.7
    Scored 7.7
    Good
    Rated good
     · 2,203 reviews
    I was amazed at the location which was right on the beach the size of the room let the children play the bathroom was amazing and very up to date the ice do this hotel no justice only fault was no tv but we stayed out late anyway take your own towels or you will have to pay but will defo be returning to this hotel for its value and location
    Leanna
    United Kingdom
  • From £84.15 per night
    7.3
    Scored 7.3
    Good
    Rated good
     · 561 reviews
    Location is just the best. The beach is right at the doorstep on one side, and on the other side were supermarkets and great restaurants. All the buses I needed were super close. The bathroom and shower were excellent. All of the staff I encountered were very sweet.
    Susie
    United States
  • From £450 per night
    8.6
    Scored 8.6
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 8,417 reviews
    This is probably one of the best hotels I have stayed in ,what amazing staff cannot say enough about the staff ! Position is amazing and food was unreal , celebrated my 60th there wow every guest of mine could not say enough about the staff and food as well
    Daryl
    United Kingdom
  • From £195 per night
    9.0
    Scored 9.0
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 632 reviews
    Incredible value for money. Boutique hotel at its absolute best. Close to the beach. Excellent food in the restaurant. Understated luxurious bedrooms and bathrooms. Air conditioning/ black out curtains. Super friendly staff
    elizabeth
    United States
  • From £450 per night
    8.6
    Scored 8.6
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 8,417 reviews
    The hotel location is perfect for access to Brighton beach and the lanes, both can be access by a short stroll. The hotel is a beautiful big seafront building, containing lots of English history.
    Sarah
    United Kingdom
  • 7.3
    Scored 7.3
    Good
    Rated good
     · 6,066 reviews
    Loved this hotel. Had a large Seaview room with a gorgeous view of the beach. Top notch service from the staff. This is how hotels used to be run - nice to experience it again.
    Scott
    United States
  • 5.5
    Scored 5.5
    Average
    Rated passable
     · 9,579 reviews
    The Hotel is at the end of the Pier next to the beach - the dinning area with lounge area look out to sea It is close to many food outlets including Fish & Chips
    simon
    United Kingdom
  • From £95 per night
    7.3
    Scored 7.3
    Good
    Rated good
     · 3,696 reviews
    Reception could do with renovation, very dark. Could do with having help with parking as very expensive, some Brighton hotels give vouchers for a discount.
    Alison
    United Kingdom
  • From £121.50 per night
    7.6
    Scored 7.6
    Good
    Rated good
     · 4,731 reviews
    Great hotel in the centre of Brighton, within walking distance from everywhere (station, beach, shops). Would definitely stay here again.
    Svenja
    United Kingdom
  • From £209.01 per night
    7.3
    Scored 7.3
    Good
    Rated good
     · 5,183 reviews
    Fantastic location, just across the road from the beach, 10 min walk away from the Centre, but lots of shops and restaurants near hotel.
    karen
    United Kingdom
  • 7.3
    Scored 7.3
    Good
    Rated good
     · 6,066 reviews
    great location near to everything, staff was so friendly and helpful. overall the best hotel in Brighton.
    Mollie
    United Kingdom
  • From £165 per night
    7.6
    Scored 7.6
    Good
    Rated good
     · 3,784 reviews
    for us it's the best hotel in Brighton but don't tell everyone.
    john
    United Kingdom
  • From £149.18 per night
    8.8
    Scored 8.8
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 2,248 reviews
    Lovely hotel, friendly staff, excellent all round
    Hart
    United Kingdom

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