Our favourite hotels in Brighton - one for every budget

20 Mar 2016

Looking for somewhere to stay in Britain’s most Bohemian and stylish seaside city? Below you’ll find a selection of hotels to match every wallet, with budget, mid-range and deluxe options.  

The Grand Brighton

Location: Right on the seafront, between the two piers
A landmark 4-star hotel that combines Victorian period features - including the lobby’s dramatic wrought-iron staircase - with contemporary furnishings. It's even better since its £6 million refurbishment in 2012.

Best for… a special occasion. As the name suggests, this stately Victorian property evokes the splendour of bygone age. With its 2-AA-Rosette restaurant (which does a highly rated afternoon tea), it’s just the place to take someone you really want to impress.
Price: from £131 per night
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ibis Brighton City Centre

Location: In the North Laine area, near the station
This modern and stylish property has a superb location just up the hill from the beach, and with the town’s shops and restaurants on its doorstep. Bedrooms are a good size, with simple décor and wooden floors, and some upgraded rooms have views of the sea. 

Best for… those on a budget. Brighton is popular and, as a result, it can be pricey – this is a quality option with affordable rates.
Price: from £85 per night
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Location: Right on Brighton seafront, overlooking the beach and pier
This boutique property has plenty to recommend it – the location for a start, which puts you right on the beach and just a few minutes from the trendy Lanes shopping area. It’s also home to Brighton’s best restaurant, according to Lonely Planet.
Best for… a romantic break. It has free-standing bath tubs in all but one of the 20 rooms and as you can see from the picture, incredible views over Brighton beach and the pier. Travelzoo-exclusive extras include a box of deluxe chocolates.
Price: from £140 per night (inc Travelzoo-exclusive extras)
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Hotel Una

Location: On Regency Square, one block from Brighton beach
Style: This family-run boutique property has an exterior that oozes Regency chic and an interior that’s all about contemporary design, mixing organic woods, natural fabrics and modern artwork. There’s a classic cocktail bar onsite (but no restaurant), as well as a massage treatment room. 

Best for… Regency chic. The address says it all - there’s no finer place to experience Brighton’s Regency splendour.  
Price: from £150 per night  
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Blanch House

Location: On Atlingworth Street, which runs straight down to the beach near Brighton Pier
Style: This 4-storey townhouse is tucked away on a quiet street in the central Kemp Town area of Brighton. Previous guests include Noel Gallagher and Gwyneth Paltrow, both of whom presumably enjoyed the individually decorated rooms, premium location and original paintings by local artists.

Best for… boutique styling in a traditional Georgian setting. Rooms all have individual themes (one has a Moroccan riad-inspired design, another has a Perrier-Jouët theme) and for a little more luxury, there are three Feature Rooms with sea views and roll-top baths.
Price: from £105 per night  
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myHotel Brighton

Location: in the buzzing area between the trendy North Laine shopping district and the Royal Pavilion
Style: This property has a well-earned reputation for its uber-cool interior. It’s a place of curved walls inset with crystals, space-age white cocoons with bright splashes of colour, and a penthouse with its own 300-year-old carousel horse The rooms, which are spread across three colour-themed floors, are quirky and individually styled – think crystal light displays and geometric artwork.

Best for… foodies. On-site restaurant Chilli Pickle has two AA Rosettes and is consistently listed among the top 100 restaurants in the UK at the National Restaurant Awards. There's also a stylish cocktail bar and a Small Batch Coffee café with its own brew bar and micro roaster.
Price: from £97 per night
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