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The Grand Brighton

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

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

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

Opening onto the seafront promenade, Brighton's premier hotel, the original Grand was constructed in 1864 and entertained some of the most eminent Victorians and Edwardians. — Frommer's

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

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Drakes Hotel Brighton

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

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

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

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

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Blanch House

Brighton 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

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

This four-storey Georgian townhouse hotel kicked off Brighton’s passion for boho boutique establishments — 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 du Vin

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

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

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

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

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

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Hotel Pelirocco

Brighton 88 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

Here the imaginations of designers have been given free rein, and the result is a vicarious romp through pop culture and rock and roll. — Fodor's

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

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

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Hotel Una

Brighton 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This luxury boutique hotel offers a sophisticated, yet inviting atmosphere — Oyster

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

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

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Hilton Brighton Metropole

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

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

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

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The Old Ship Hotel

Brighton 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A four-star seafront stay near Brighton's famous pier, with breakfast and a three-course dinner option — Jetsetter

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

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

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Artist Residence Brighton

Brighton 84 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 interiors — Mr & Mrs Smith

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Nineteen

Brighton 83 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

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

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

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Snooze

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

Located in a town house in a residential area close to the Brighton seafront, Snooze is a mid-range bed-and-breakfast with vibrant and fun decor. — Oyster

Inside this double Victorian townhouse is a colour-clashing throwback to the Seventies, with many bedrooms paying homage to all things groovy. — The Telegraph

This eccentric Kemptown pad is fond of retro styling... It's more than just a gimmick though – rooms are comfortable and spotless, and there are great meat-free breakfasts. — Lonely Planet

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Legends Hotel

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

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

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

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

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Sea Spray Boutique Hotel

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

A light-hearted theme hotel with boutique touches and attentive owners. We dare you to come down to breakfast in the suit, wig and sunglasses provided in the Elvis Room. — Lonely Planet

A cheap hotel option with luxury touches, sea views and eclectic decor, and good for professional Londoners seeking chic seaside accommodation in Brighton's lively Kemp Town district. — The Telegraph

Sea Spray Boutique Hotel is a small mid-range property situated less than a block away from Brighton's seafront and within walking distance of the beach and most major tourist attractions. — Oyster

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Paskins Town House

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

This well-run eco-friendly hotel is 2 blocks from the sea and a short walk from the Palace Pier and Royal Pavilion. — Frommer's

An environmentally friendly B&B spread between two elegant town houses. — Lonely Planet

Spread over two early 19th-century townhouses in Kemptown, this charmingly quirky and informal b&b was one of the first vegetarian-friendly hotels in the city. — The Telegraph

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A Room With A View

Brighton 81 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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27 Brighton Bed & Breakfast

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

This attractive bed-and-breakfast is situated in a residential neighborhood in Brighton, about a 10-minute walk to the city center and close to the beach. — Oyster

Brighton’s top B&B has five sumptuous rooms, perfectly done out with antique flourish — Lonely Planet

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Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront

Brighton 81 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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Ibis Brighton City Centre Station

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

Straightforward yet modern, the Ibis Brighton City Centre delivers dependable chain-hotel standards for budget rates in a convenient location — Oyster

With its slick scarlet and grey décor, charming staff and generously sized rooms, ibis Brighton is a stylish addition to the city. — The Telegraph

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The Claremont

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

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

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

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Brighton Harbour Hotel & Spa

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

For views of waterfront landmarks, opt for a seafront room in this luxurious beachside hotel — Lonely Planet

Fabulously decorated bedrooms – many with sea views – and a dreamy location diagonally opposite the pier make this hotel an alluring Brighton option. — The Telegraph

With views of the iconic Brighton Pier, ocean-gazing Brighton Harbour Hotel is bold, brilliant, and by the beach, much like its colourful home town. — Mr & Mrs Smith

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