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All reviewswet roomcontinental breakfastsea viewwalk in showersea frontstreet parkingearly hoursfull englishparking permitnice stayfriendly hotelshort breakyogurtroom was spotlesslocation is excellentgreat weekendcomfy bed
Really cousy place
Nice and clean
The rooms are very confy and the bed.aswell
Quiet and really good location
Parking not too much .in my case i came night time was the best option
Easy parking and after the hotel provide for 8 pounds all...More
Popped in 4 a late evening drink with a friend. Very nice venue with good views over the sea, well worth a visit if U r in Brighton. Friendly and helpful staff as well. Good selection of drinks available at the bar and a nice...More
The breakfast was poor and unreservedly tasteless. On the booking information it states continental breakfast more like can’t be bothered breakfast. As a vegan the only thing I would eat was fruits. The fruits available was tasteless and poorly selected. The good thing we received...More
I'm going to keep this review as brief as possible
Problem 1: Bathroom had shower with no screen/curtain - predictable results! - and toilet in corner of room (forcing one into bad posture - not good for health)
Problem 2: Hotel is not suitable for...More
I was a bit wary when I read the reviews of this hotel, with other hotels some sounded amazing, some like fawlty towers, but this just sounded genuinely nice. And it was!
We had a lovely sea view room with a walk in shower, it...More
Response from Francis G | Reviewed this property |
Brighton and Hove is probably the most unfriendly city in the UK towards car owners. If you can, avoid taking a car into Brighton. Use public transport. A 24 hour parking ticket that is useable only in area "C" where the... More
Brighton and Hove is probably the most unfriendly city in the UK towards car owners. If you can, avoid taking a car into Brighton. Use public transport. A 24 hour parking ticket that is useable only in area "C" where the hotel is situated will cost you £8.00 for twenty-four hours. You can but this from the hotel - but finding a space is not the easiest of tasks!. Public transport in Brighton is excellent and day passes are available for just the inner city (£2.50 per day,) the larger part of the city that costs a bit more and for anywhere that is about £7.00 from memory.