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Four Star Brighton hotels

Most popular areas in Brighton for 4-star hotels

Brighton may be famed for its bohemian, artsy character, but it also knows how to pull out the stops when it comes to high-end living. You can find 4-star pads dotted throughout the town, with a fair few having plum spots on the seafront, overlooking the wide expanse of the beach. Deluxe, 4-star accommodation can also be found around Regency Square – a handsome, beachfront enclave of stately Victorian townhouses which include many listed buildings. Furthermore, the lively Kemptown district features hotels in this category for you to choose from.

Top 4-star hotels in Brighton

Smart guestrooms with subtle decor await at Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront, one of the grander hotels in Brighton. It’s about more than just a place to lay your head, featuring an indoor swimming pool as well as a sauna to unwind in after a day’s sightseeing. The Grand Brighton is a palatial Victorian affair right on the seafront, boasting lavishly decorated rooms that will make you feel like a holidaying royal. The Old Ship Hotel lives up to its name, dating back to the 16th century and being located just a stone’s throw from the sea.

Where to find the best restaurants in Brighton

The atmospheric maze of the Lanes is where you’ll discover cozy pubs and fine dining restaurants alike. From classic seafood dishes like crab linguine and stir-fried prawns, to contemporary small plate eateries re-inventing the concept of tapas, there’s plenty to get your mouth watering. The nearby North Laine is where hip restaurants bring staple foods like burgers and tacos up to gourmet standards, while the grand hotels near the seafront offer exquisite dishes from whole baked turbot to juicy fillet steak in genteel surroundings.

The most popular things to do in Brighton

The Royal Pavilion is a surreal sight: a kitsch homage to Indian splendor, built as a pleasure palace for the Prince Regent and now a place that makes visitors gasp in the face of such decadent decor. With hand-painted Chinese wallpaper, ornamental dragons, vast oil paintings, and intricate carvings wherever you look, the structure has standout areas like the Music Room, with its shell-encrusted dome. The surroundings grounds make a fine place to relax on a sunny day, too. Another must-visit is Brighton Pier. It embodies everything about the British seaside experience, being crammed with souvenir shops, donut and ice cream stalls, arcade games, and – right at the end – a collection of thrilling theme park rides overlooking the sea. Come the evening, take in a movie at the Duke of York’s Picture House, said to be the oldest functioning cinema in the country.

Best ways to get around Brighton

You could easily spend your entire holiday in Brighton without once stepping on public transport. All the major attractions and main thoroughfares are within walking distance of each other, and you can simply stroll from the gaudy vintage shops of the North Laine to the iconic seafront in a matter of minutes. That said, if you do need to go a little further – perhaps to Hove, or the surrounding suburbs – you can always hop on the very frequent and reliable buses, or grab a cab.

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