Hotels in Brighton, United Kingdom
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Map of Brighton hotels
- Brighton Beach
- Brighton Pier
- Brighton Centre
- University of Brighton
- Victoria Gardens
- Brighton Dome
- Preston Park
- University of Sussex
- American Express Community Stadium
- Brighton Lanes
- Kings Road Arches
- Brighton Racecourse
- Brighton and Hove Greyhound Stadium
- Roedean School
- Brighton's Naturist Beach
- Brighton Theatre Royal
- Brighton Clock Tower
- Brighton Sea Life Centre
- Withdean Sports Complex
- Duke of York's Picturehouse
Best hotels in Brighton
If you're searching for Brighton hotels, make Hotels.com your first port of call. We have an extensive selection of hotels in the charming town of Brighton, located on the south coast of England. We make reserving a hotel in Brighton easy to do whether traveling to this attractive seaside town on business or pleasure. Browse our website to see multiple photos of each Brighton hotel including a helpful online map which pinpoints the distance from tourist attractions nearby like the Royal Pavillion, The Lanes, Brighton Pier, and the Marina. Check out hotel ratings on our website that have been left by previous guests. This helpful info will give you a good idea of what to expect when staying in a hotel in Brighton. Brighton is a family town with a laid-back atmosphere, and has plenty of things to do and see, as well as a great choice of hotels.
What's Brighton Like?
Brighton has long been a favorite UK coastal destination for day-trippers, long weekend, mid-week breaks, and longer. It's a place well known as a picture postcard seaside town with candy floss, kiss-me-quick hats, beach huts, and deck chairs. The world famous Brighton Pier is one of the town's major attractions, a great place to eat fish and chips while enjoying the sea views. It's an historical Victorian pier with a fairground, a fun arcade, restaurants and bars. Brighton Dome is an exciting arts venue that presents a wonderful range of entertainment from classical to comedy, contemporary music to dance. If shopping is your thing, head for North Laine. There are more than 400 independent shops including cafes and restaurants in Brighton, so there's plenty to choose from. When booking a hotel with Hotels.com in the center of town, you'll be close to Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, the Booth Museum of Natural History, and the Brighton Wheel.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Brighton
To get an idea of what Brighton is all about, join the locals in the Duke of York's Picturehouse and watch a favorite blockbuster movie. On the roof of this cinema is a huge model of a can can dancer's legs, 20 feet long, awesome! All the family can do what the local people do and enjoy the Children's Parade, music, dance, street performers and much, much more. Soak up the friendly atmosphere and pop into a Brighton pub for a pint and a meal. Don't miss out on all the fun, reserve the best Brighton Hotels with us at Hotels.com.
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