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Boutique hotel and spa – 4* – Brighton and Hove

Hotel Door This quiet and elegant boutique hotel which is just the ticket for those looking for something a little different.  Decadent and pleasing, this 4 star hotel is a stone’s throw from the seafront and is also within walking distance to all Brighton’s attractions, shopping and nightlife.   This hotel offers its residents a sophisticated yet informal restaurant which has a varied and imaginative European menu which is complemented by an extensive wine choice. The lounge bar with its relaxed vibe is a good choice for lighter bites, afternoon teas and cakes.

All the guest rooms in this accommodation are well appointed with stylish decor and include complementary toiletries, bathrobes, tea and coffee making facilities, flat screen TV with cable and a workstation with high speed internet.  Unusually for a city centre hotel, there is also a relaxing garden which residents are able to utilise, parking is available on request and the friendly concierge service offers every convenience to the hotel guests.  Please note; this hotel does not accept stag or hen parties.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

A Brighton icon and stalwart of the city, Brighton Pier is a first class and fun filled family venue where the whole family can enjoy traditional seaside rides, the ‘Palace of Fun’ and ‘The Dome’ with arcade and computer games as well as a selection of stalls including classics such as  hook a duck and tin can alley.  A must do while enjoying all the best that Brighton has to offer.

For romance

Riddle and Finns Oyster and Champagne Bar is the place for all romantics to head to, to indulge in some good, old fashioned wining and dining.  The open kitchen means that you can watch your dishes being prepared and once at your table, the tantalising tastes are enhanced by the salubrious surroundings, marble topped tables and flickering candle light.

For culture

The remarkable and exotic Brighton Pavilion built for the equally extravagant Prince Regent between 1787 and 1823 is a Brighton landmark and a must see for any culture vulture.  A whole day can be spent here in its magnificent shadow, as well as it being home to one of the best art collections on the country.

For shopping

Velvet located in The Lanes is a treasure trove of quirky items, fashions and household goods in which you can lose yourself quite easily.  With a wonderful range of lifestyle accessories and essentials, Velvet is the place to buy a little something for yourself or find a gift for a loved one.

For eating out

For a truly different take on healthy eating, why not try the World Piece Cafe?  Serving all the best in vegetarian and vegan food, meat eaters will love it to for the imaginative and tasty dishes. With fair-trade and organic teas and coffees as well as home baked cakes and pastries, there is something for everyone at this little slice of food paradise.  You can also combine your lunchtime meal with a meditation session if you wish.

For nightlife

Bar 76 Club is a boutique nightclub with a diverse range of music which will delight all.  From disco and pop to ‘old skool’ classics, if you want it – they will play it.  So kick up your heels in this fashionable and fun nightspot and dance the night away to some of your old favourites.


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