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Brighton & Hove Hostels

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  • The 10 Best Hostels in Brighton & Hove, UK

Budget travelers know there's no better way to make the most of their trip than by staying at a hostel: Save money for exploring during the day, and swap stories with fellow backpackers in the shared kitchen or bar in the evening. Dorm-style bedrooms with shared bathrooms are standard hostel fare, but private rooms are also available for those willing to pay a little more.

Hotels That Guests Love in Brighton & Hove
  • Nice modern hotel, not really like youth hostels I remember although it has a guest kitchen as well as bar, restaurant, games etc

  • great to be in a youth hostel with mix of different people

  • Awful place. Poor decor poor service. Didn’t see any staff at all and greeting was like visiting the artic !! Room smelt of dogs and carpet had more stains on than the underground public toilet. I felt unclean. Didn’t even go for breakfast !! As the thought of eating there made me ill!! My friend didn’t even stay ! They went home. We had a twin room. Worst hotel I’ve been too. Even the backpackers hostel is nicer😂

  • It's a hostel. So don't expect the Ritz. However, in that category Seadragon Backpackers is simply excellent. The staff is very friendly, the facilities clean and included in the already more than reasonable price is a nice breakfast.

  • The location was fantastic - right next to the pier, and just a few minutes walk away from some amazing pubs and restaurants. Staff were cheerful and pleasant. I also enjoyed the novelty of being over 30 and staying in a youth hostel (albeit a private room with own bathroom!)

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