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Check availability of hotels in Brighton. Save up to 80% on Brighton accommodation! No booking fees. Choose from 783 discounted hotels in Brighton & Hove. Our hotels offer superb accommodation and some have spectacular sea views. Brighton hotels are located close to local attractions including the famous Brighton Pavilion & Brighton Pier. Reserve your Brighton hotel room today by choosing one of the many options below or simply enter your travel dates above to search all Brighton hotel availability.

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Brighton is a seaside city situated in the english county of East Sussex 54 miles south of the capital city of London. It was a quiet fishing village until the 1780s where the arrival of the railways in 1841 saw it turn into a favourite destination with daytrippers from London. It has varieties of attractions encompassing theatres, pubs, restaurants, live music events and beaches. Moreover, Brighton hotel availability is certainly a guarantee with over 140 hotels to choose from. Here are the major attractions and hotels in Brighton.

Major attractions to see in Brighton

Seaside Scenery:

Brighton Marine Palace & Pier was opened in the year 1899 and it has remained a central attraction of Brighton ever since. This Victorian built pier, which is 1,722-foot-long, is well known for its fairground attractions for children and adults, the Fun Palace with video games (like "Fast and Furious" and "Guitar Hero") and also locally caught seafood. There is a lot of seaside fun to be had at the Brighton Sea Life Center, which is the world's oldest operating aquarium. The center has giant turtles, sharks, seahorses and stingrays, and also a glass bottomed boat for easy viewing of the fish.

Historic Architecture:

The Royal Pavilion is an oriental-style landmark which was constructed as the Prince Regent's (later to become King George VI) seaside palace. The Royal Pavilion features Regency silver and furniture, and some items on show actually belong to the Queen. Refreshments can be found at the Royal Pavilion tearoom which has a balcony overlooking the restored Regency gardens.


Brighton has various museums that the entire family will find fascinating. These include the Booth Museum which has many butterflies, beetle, bird and mammal exhibits. Look for the skeletons of the killer whales and collections of dinosaurs.

Best Hotels on offer in Brighton

The Grand, Brighton

Referred to as "The Grand" by the locals, this hotel was built in 1864 during the historic Victorian era. The hotel is close to the Royal Pavilion which was the home to three former British Kings and is also close by to the Lanes which is a shopping district. This hotel has 200 rooms with seaside views, private bathrooms, beds covered with Egyptian cotton duvets and grand Victorian designs. The De Vere Grand Hotel Brighton provides amenities like meeting rooms, fitness centre, restaurant and lounge, indoor swimming pool, a beauty salon, spa and sauna.

Hilton Brighton Metropole

This is a luxury hotel housed in a Victorian era building. This seaside hotel is next to the Lanes shopping area, Royal Pavilion, Marine Palace Pier and Brighton Conference Center. It has a variety of rooms encompassing one-bedroom suites, guest and family rooms. All rooms have a balcony, satellite TV, high speed internet access and a mini bar. Amenities at this hotel include two bars, conference rooms, banquet, restaurant, Jacuzzi, indoor swimming pool, steam room, fitness center, sauna and spa.

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Brighton Hotel Availability

Brighton is one of the youngest cities in Britain. It is an enchanting seaside location with a mixture of regency heritage, lively arts, beachfront hotels and year round local events. Brighton hotels offer something for everyone desiring to visit this beautiful seaside town. There is a wide range and style of available hotels, bed and breakfasts, self catering accommodation and guest houses. Brighton is ideal for a break and draws thousands of visitors each year looking to get away for a one-day visit, weekend break or long summer holiday. There are numerous places of interest in Brighton with Brighton Pier being top of the agenda as It holds all the old-world delights of the seaside that includes candy floss, fairground rides and rows of stripey deckchairs. The Royal Pavilion was built about 200 years ago and it is Britain's most unconventional royal residence. The Indian style arena and minarets look quite eccentric today. Brighton Museum and Art Gallery is located in the Royal Pavilion`s block and holds an impressive collection of 20th Century culture, art and design. Brighton Sea Life Centre is the oldest working aquarium in the world and includes over 150 marine species which can be seen from a transparent-walled underwater tunnel. Furthermore, Brighton is home to lots of great theatres that host theatrical productions, plays, comedies, operas, concerts, workshops and exhibitions. Beside all these, there is a network of narrow streets and passageways that make up the outstanding shopping area "Lanes" which is the home to boutiques, gift shops, jewellers & designer shops.

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