Why We Love This Hotel
- This Regency townhouse hotel has a buzzy rock 'n' roll vibe
- The property is a 5-minute walk from the beach
- There's a funky bar hosting comedy and DJ nights
- The individually decorated rooms have kitsch, colourful themes
A colourful, rock 'n' roll theme with a "dirty weekend" vibe runs throughout the buzzy Hotel Pelirocco, located on a 19th-century square and overlooking Brighton's evocative, derelict West Pier. A 5-minute stroll leads down to the beach, while the Lanes, crammed with antique shops and vintage boutiques, and Brighton Pavilion, noted for its elaborate Indian-style façade, are both within a 15-minute walk of the hotel.
Hotel Pelirocco features an elegant Regency façade and eclectically designed interiors, where brightly painted walls are packed with music memorabilia and pop art-style posters. Guests can relax in the funky lounge bar, which is decorated with psychedelic wallpaper and vivid prints and hosts regular comedy and DJ nights.
The 19 guestrooms each have their own theme, ranging from a Dolly Parton-inspired country cabin and an opulent boudoir dedicated to Diana Dors, to a rockabilly room with a jukebox and a 3-room suite with a mirrored ceiling, a circular bed and a pole-dancing area. All the rooms have free Wi-Fi.