Hotels and More in Brighton & Hove

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  • $101

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    The Ginger Pig, Brighton & Hove

    The Ginger Pig

    Hove, Brighton & Hove

    9.3 Awesome 343 reviews
    Description Set in Brighton & Hove, The Ginger Pig is 1.3 mi from i360 Observation Tower and offers facilities like bar and on-site dining.
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    "The room was lovely, very clean and catering for everything. Access was easy. The bed was great so comfy. Staff were helpful and friendly and the food excellent."

    nicholas. United Kingdom
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  • $87

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    Bond Hotel, Brighton & Hove

    Bond Hotel

    Brighton City Centre, Brighton & Hove

    9.0 Awesome 447 reviews
    Description Featuring free WiFi, Bond Hotel offers accommodations in Brighton & Hove, 328 feet from Brighton Dome. A flat-screen TV with cable channels, as well as a computer are provided.
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    "Amazing Location, 15 of us rented the apartment which was extremely clean and modern. Would recommend to friends and family."

    Daniel. United Kingdom
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  • $85

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    Red Brighton Blue, Brighton & Hove

    Red Brighton Blue

    Kemptown, Brighton & Hove

    9.8 Exceptional 676 reviews
    Description Located in Brighton & Hove, within an 8-minute walk of Brighton Pier and 2625 feet of The Royal Pavilion, Red Brighton Blue offers accommodations with a terrace.
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    "Everything was wonderful and they are the best hosts!"

    Glenn. Canada
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  • $132

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    Blanch House, Brighton & Hove

    Blanch House

    Kemptown, Brighton & Hove

    9.1 Awesome 323 reviews
    Description Located 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 center.
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    "The beautiful decor in the room and the bathroom was very luxurious. Very conveniently located for the seafront and the lanes."

    Edwina. United Kingdom
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  • $89

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    Hotel Una, Brighton & Hove

    Hotel Una

    Brighton City Centre, Brighton & Hove

    9.4 Awesome 149 reviews
    Description Ideally located in the heart of Brighton, and just off Brighton Rail Station, Hotel Una offers modern and stylish accommodations, a bar and massage service.
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    "Quirky, very comfortable and excellent bar.. Loved the breakfast choices and the friendly staff. Quiet area, yet walking distance from great restaurants, shopping and seafront attractions."

    sue. United Kingdom
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  • $131

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    Drakes Hotel, Brighton & Hove

    Drakes Hotel

    Kemptown, Brighton & Hove

    8.9 Excellent 380 reviews
    Description Drakes is a luxury boutique hotel on Brighton’s seafront, overlooking the Brighton Palace Pier. It offers unique 4-star accommodations, and has a fine-dining restaurant and vibrant cocktail bar.
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    "Very comfortable stay bed was lovely. Provided with dressing gowns and slippers as well as toiletries. Staff really friendly and go out of their way to ensure a comfortable stay. Very welcoming and helpful...."

    Tanya. United Kingdom
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Brighton & Hove was highly rated for shopping by 74 guests from the United States! Brighton & Hove Travel Guide

Colorful by Day and Night

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

Running along the beachfront is the world’s oldest operating electric train, 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 center 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. Arts + culture are big in Brighton, and Brighton Festival is the UK’s 2nd largest arts festival, while Brighton Pride is also a big event on the annual calendar.