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The Grand Brighton

Brighton 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Originally opened in 1864, this is where Britain's celebrities and gentry like to be seen. These days this five-star giant's fame and popularity rest heavily on its history. — Lonely Planet

Opened in 1864, Brighton’s grand hotel has a fabulous sea-facing location and elegant, freshly updated rooms. — The Telegraph

The city's most famous hotel, this seafront landmark is a huge, creamy Victorian wedding cake of a building dating from 1864. — Fodor's

The 201-room, four-pearl Grand Brighton is a classic waterfront hotel that originally opened in 1864. — Oyster

Brighton’s only five-star hotel, this is arguably the nation’s finest big seaside hotel, located right on the seafront. There is a gymnasium and a magnificent Victorian dining room and bar. — DK Eyewitness

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Drakes Hotel Brighton

Brighton 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Drakes Hotel Brighton is a four-pearl contemporary boutique townhouse hotel in the heart of Brighton. — Oyster

The unbeatable seafront location is the big draw at this chic, minimalist boutique hotel. — Rough Guide

This fabulous boutique hotel spans two late Georgian townhouses and has a great location almost opposite the pier and Brighton Wheel. — The Telegraph

In the middle of a grand sweep of wedding cake–style buildings known as the Regency Mile, the discreet sign for Drakes is easy to miss. — Travel + Leisure

It's easy to miss the low-key sign for this elegant, modern hotel tucked away amid the frilly houses on Marine Parade; it's worth the trouble, because everything is cool, calm, and sleekly designed. — Fodor's

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Blanch House

Brighton 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Themed rooms are the name of the game in this boutique hotel, but there's nothing tacky about them. — Lonely Planet

Is it a hotel or is it theater? Only 2 blocks from the sea, this small hotel in a restored Georgian building is known for its very theatrical theme rooms. — Frommer's

The perennial favorite, Blanch House had been around for a while, then closed, and now is reopened. — Afar Magazine

This four-storey Georgian townhouse hotel kicked off Brighton’s passion for boho boutique establishments. Its 12 bedrooms offer stylish décor and ultra-modern bathrooms. Great attention... — The Telegraph

An upper-middle-range boutique hotel in downtown Brighton just a minute’s walk from the promenade and within walking distance of the pier, city center, restaurants, and shopping. — Oyster

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Hotel Pelirocco

Brighton 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

All rooms are playfully designed – and have their own playstations – in this chic hotel in the best-preserved Regency square in town. <br>. — Insight Guides

Self-styled rock’n’roll hangout with extravagantly themed rooms inspired by pop culture and pin-ups, a bohemian atmosphere and a late-opening bar. — Rough Guide

Calling itself "England's most Rock 'n' Roll hotel" certainly gives the upper-middle-range Hotel Pelirocco a lot to live up to, but it makes a sterling effort. — Oyster

Perfect for arty weekenders, Hotel Pelirocco offers tongue-in-cheek themed rooms with a retro-rockabilly twist. — The Telegraph

One of Brighton's sexiest and nuttiest place to stay, the Pelirocco takes the whole theme concept to another level and has become the ultimate venue for a flirty, rock-and-roll weekend in style. — Lonely Planet

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Hotel Una

Brighton 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

All the 19 generously cut rooms here wow guests with their bold-patterned fabrics, supersize leather sofas, in-room free-standing baths and vegan/veggie/carnivorous breakfast in bed. — Lonely Planet

This chic and contemporary townhouse hotel spans two elegant Regency properties just north of the skeletal West Pier. — The Telegraph

This luxury boutique hotel offers a sophisticated, yet inviting atmosphere. Guests can choose between the 19 rooms and suites, each of which has its own individual look and feel.... — Oyster

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Hilton Brighton Metropole

Brighton 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Originally built in 1889, with a handful of its rooms housed in a postwar addition, the Brighton Metropole is the largest hotel in Brighton and one of the city's top three or four hotels. — Frommer's

Bagging a prime seafront spot near the British Airways i360, this Victorian pile with a terracotta façade is looking a little tired. The fusty décor is due for imminent refurbishment, but... — The Telegraph

Located across from the beach, the upper-middle-range Hilton Brighton Metropole serves many business travelers thanks to 33 fully equipped meeting rooms and halls. — Oyster

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Hotel du Vin

Brighton 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Supremely comfortable and stylish rooms are equipped with deep soaking tubs and other luxuries. — Frommer's

This award-winning hotel has an ornate double helix staircase, a wonderful Tudor entrance, an excellent wine bar and 49 elegant rooms named after wine producers. — Lonely Planet

A Gothic Revival building in a contemporary style, luxuriously furnished in subtle seaside colours, with an excellent bar and bistro. £210. — Rough Guide

Set in the Lanes conservation area, a stone’s throw away from the seafront, this cutting-edge hotel and bistro is housed in a collection of eccentric, Gothic Revival and mock-Tudor buildings. — DK Eyewitness

In the Lanes area, this outpost of a snazzy boutique chain has chic modern rooms. Pampering touches include Egyptian linens and large "monsoon" showers. — Fodor's

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Nineteen

Brighton 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A calm oasis of white, this guesthouse is filled with contemporary art and designer accessories. — Fodor's

Only 1 block from the beach, this rather stunning urban hotel lies close to the Brighton Pier. — Frommer's

Nineteen is a slick B&B tucked away in a small Kemp Town side street. — The Telegraph

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The Old Ship Hotel

Brighton 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 154-room Old Ship Hotel is a three-and-a-half-pearl property set just across the street from the beach in Brighton’s city center. — Oyster

Originally the home of Admiral George Murray, one of Admiral Nelson's right-hand men, this architecturally interesting hotel is known for its flying (partially freestanding) staircase and colonnade. — Fodor's

Dating back to 1559, this is Brighton’s first recorded inn – and what a fascinating history it claims. — The Telegraph

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Legends Hotel

Brighton 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Hands-down, this is the largest, busiest, and most fun gay hotel in Brighton. — Frommer's

Large, buzzing, gay hotel on the seafront, with a late bar for residents and their guests, and regular cabaret nights. Rates increase by around £10 at the weekend. £75. — Rough Guide

Calling itself 'the UK's finest gay hotel', the mid-range Legends Hotel is certainly geared towards the LGBT community, though it's not immediately obvious. — Oyster

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Artist Residence Brighton

Brighton 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Easily one of Brighton’s most stylish hotels, Artist Residence has come a long way since its inception seven years back. — The Telegraph

Eclectic doesn’t quite describe the rooms at this wonderful 23-room town-house hotel, set amid the splendour of Regency Sq. — Lonely Planet

Artist Residence Brighton hotel is more than its 19th-century façade, with iconic sea views, reclaimed industrial decor (including salvaged bits of the West Pier), and artist-designed... — Mr & Mrs Smith

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A Room With A View

Brighton 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The aptly named A Room With A View is a nine-room, upscale beach-front boutique in downtown Brighton. — Oyster

A small but luxurious Grade II-listed Georgian townhouse hideaway with a friendly heart, set next to the Palace Pier and looking out to sea. — The Telegraph

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Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront

Brighton 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Refreshingly contemporary, featuring a buzzy atrium and 210 generously sized rooms, a good proportion of which have magnificent views onto Brighton pier. — The Telegraph

This relatively modern hotel is one of the finest in the south of England, topped in Brighton only by the Grand. — Frommer's

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The Claremont

Brighton 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Claremont is a peaceful alternative to Brighton’s central hotels. — The Telegraph

In neighboring Hove, this chic boutique hotel set in a restored Victorian house is just a stone's throw from the heart of Brighton and just off the seafront. — Frommer's

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My Brighton

Brighton 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Cool crowds gather here when the sun comes out to play. Sit back and people watch as intricately tattooed twentysomethings, break dancers, ping pong players, barbecuers and slackliners... — Afar Magazine

Trend-setting rooms looking like space-age pods, full of curved white walls, floor-to-ceiling observation windows and suspended flatscreen TVs, with the odd splash of neon orange or pink. — Lonely Planet

A four-pearl boutique hotel with a dramatic flare, Myhotel Brighton isn't for the faint of heart. — Oyster

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Malmaison Brighton

Brighton 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This highly contemporary-looking hotel is located within the Marina, just east of Kemp Town, and has a fabulous sea-view terrace, a spacious boat-shaped bar and restaurant, vibrant retro pop detailing. — The Telegraph

Images of the seafront, projected behind the reception desk, welcome guests to Hotel Seattle. — Travel + Leisure

The imaginative Seattle has bright contemporary rooms with excellent facilities, and great sea views. Unlike some boutique hotels, it has fine provision for children. — DK Eyewitness

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The Oriental

Brighton 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With a casual elegance that typifies Brighton, this Regency-era hotel sits close to the seafront. Rooms are cleverly fitted into the old building, so some have slanted ceilings and tiny... — Fodor's

Stylishly decorated in luscious plums and teals, this renovated nine-room boho hotel has aromatherapy lights, spa baths in its superior rooms and organic breakfasts. — Lonely Planet

This stylish boutique bolthole, set in a tall creamy Regency townhouse, is a stroll up from the seafront Peace statue and ideally situated for easy access to the city’s main attractions. — The Telegraph

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Premier Inn Brighton City Centre Hotel

Brighton 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A good value family-friendly hotel with a great location in the heart of fun-loving Brighton. — The Telegraph

A bog-standard hotel that offers well-maintained rooms at great rates right in the heart of the city. If your room's location is more important than its appearance, this might be your... — Lonely Planet

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Seadragon Backpackers

Brighton 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A charming six-room hostel located in a skinny Victorian townhouse on the Hove borders. — The Telegraph

A short bus ride from Churchill Sq, this no-frills, uncluttered and well-equipped hostel lacks vibe but is ideal for budget nomads, who like to snooze in peace and party outside the hostel. — Lonely Planet

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Brightonwave

Brighton 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Chic and sleek, this hotel off the seafront but near Brighton Pier is all about relaxation. Rooms are painted in restful, pale shades... and beds are big and covered in soft white linens. — Fodor's

Combining the cool, muted design of a boutique hotel with the warm welcome of a small B&B, the eight-room brightonwave offers great value, service and style. — Lonely Planet

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