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Sea facing hotel also close to city centre – 4* – Brighton and Hove

Hotel DoorThis four star hotel is situated in an unbeatable location right on the sea front, but it also benefits from its close proximity to the city centre and its numerous bars, restaurants and attractions.  Well known and well respected, this Secret Hotel has great leisure facilities including a spa where beautifying and relaxation treatments and hair appointments can be booked.  The hotel services are superb and include a helpful 24 hour reception, pay per use parking, banqueting facilities, a concierge service, a currency exchange and lobby WiFi.  There is also a relaxing lobby bar.

All the guest rooms are very comfortable; with some have a stunning outlook over the beach and far reaching sea views.  All the rooms feature a radio alarm clock, cable and pay per view TV, a flat screen LCD TV, complimentary toiletries in the en suite bathroom, tea and coffee making facilities, a work desk with lamp and modem access, a mini bar,  safe and iron and ironing board.  In addition, inter connecting rooms are available for families or larger groups looking for a flexible way to stay.  A great hotel, in a fabulous location and all at the very best Secret Hotel rates!

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

The Mechanical Memories museum is a lovely homage to all things automated including old arcade games, mechanical sea front entertainments, penny push and vintage slot machines.  Kids can put their personal stamp on metal dog tags and play on the fortune telling games.  A complete antidote to the current (but fun!) beach front tack.

For romance

For a ghost busting idea for a date, then look no further than the scarily excellent Preston Manor.  Allegedly one of the UK’s most haunted houses; this manor is evocative and atmospheric.  Book onto one of their ghost tours and make sure your other half clings tightly to you…….

For culture

Under the arches of the train station, the Brighton Toy Museum houses a modest but charming collection of toys the way they used to make them.  Wooden tops, puppets, exquisite dolls houses and tin toys are all on display.  There is also a lovely little shop on site where you can buy some original and reproduction toys.

For shopping

Plunge yourself into the narrow, twisted streets of the North Laine and discover the glamour of To Be Worn Again.  This vintage clothing boutique is sensational and it always seems to be crammed with fashion treasures from bygone eras.  Serious fashion magpies will love this little shop.

For eating out

Ten Green Bottles offers beautiful little plates of cold meats and cheeses, as well as an expanding a la carte menu, alongside some of the most scrumptious bottles of wine from British and international vineyards.

For nightlife

For a relaxed, real ale themed night out then you could do a lot worse than head to the Evening Star public house.  Located near the station, this low beamed hostelry is charming and welcoming with a grand selection of real ales, bottled continental beers and a selection of brews from the owners own micro brewery of the same name.  Occasional live music is also a popular feature on the itinerary.

 

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