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Quest Brighton on the Bay - Brighton Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Quest Brighton on the Bay

250 Esplanade, Brighton - Map
 
 
"enjoyed the easy access for disabled big bathroom "
Parking was easy, room was very large, plenty of room and so close to the beach
Traveller from Goulburn Valley
Located in one of the City*s most desirable suburbs Brighton Beach, Rydges Brighton Beach is a newly constructed modern …More
Brighton Savoy - Brighton Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Brighton Savoy

150 Esplanade, Brighton - Map
 
 
"Convenient location"
We travelled from the country to be near where we had to be at 9 am the following morning. Parking below was convenient but the bin skips need to be de-odourised occasionally. The staff and room were fine, but as for pillow-top mattress it was a bit thin on!! and as a result the bed was extremely firm. Everything else was as we would have expected.
Traveller from Regional Victoria
Independent 4 .5 star hotel overlooking Port Phillip Bay in Brighton Victoria Australia- Close to transport and shops with a …More
Caroline Serviced Apartments Brighton - Brighton Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Caroline Serviced Apartments Brighton

3 Male Street, Brighton - Map
 
 
Very comfortable and clean, great location and reasonable prices. A great stay thank you
Traveller from Melbourne
The first thing you’ll notice about Caroline Serviced Apartments Brighton is that they’re specifically designed to facilitate …More
Buckingham International Serviced Apartments - Brighton Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Buckingham International Serviced Apartments

408 Bay Street, Brighton - Map
 
 
"Perfectly located - Massive apartment "
Just a short stroll a few doors down from Coles and the beautiful restaurants and shopping in Brighton. The apartment is very spacious, very clean, and parking was a breeze.
Traveller from Albury
Brighton Bay Apartments - Brighton Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Brighton Bay Apartments

197 Bay St, Brighton - Map
 
 
"It was a big spacious apartment. "
We were 2 retirement aged couples, all international travellers. It was handy to many restuarants, very close to the train and beach. It was ideal for what we needed.
Traveller from Crescent Head, NSW

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Elwood Sands Budget Motel - Elwood Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Elwood Sands Budget Motel

47 Ormond Esplanade, Elwood - Map
 
 
1.4 out of 5 (12 reviews)

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    Pocket Guide: Brighton

    Brighton is famous for the stunning colourful beach huts that line its shoreline and its role as one of Melbourne’s most exclusive suburbs. Popular among the elite of Melbourne, Brighton is a very relaxed and peaceful spot to holiday – far from the hustle and bustle of busier beaches. Browse our range of Brighton hotels and apartments so you can relax already.

    Even in its early days Brighton was considered a beautiful spot to live, attracting wealthy residents who wanted large pieces of land near the sea. The lands surrounding Brighton were farmed to provide Melbourne with fresh produce and reduce the number of imports from Tasmania. Surveyed in 1841, within five years Brighton was the third-most populated town in Port Phillip. Even this early on Victorians frequented Brighton for day-trips to the sea, which they still do to this day – though now it’s just a 20 minute drive.

    Lazing in the sun, swimming in the ocean waters and strolling up and down the shoreline are the obvious attractions in Brighton. Along Dendy Street Beach you will no doubt be captivated by the rainbow-inspired boxes that are private changing and storage facilities – anyone who’s been to Brighton has at least one photo! From here there are also spectacular views back towards the Melbourne CBD. There’s also a pedestrian and bike path winding along the Brighton coastline, lined with palm trees, gardens and lawns. It extends even further along Port Phillip Bay as part of the Bay Trail if you’re feeling energetic.

    Other sights away from the beach but by the same theme include the Middle Brighton Municipal Baths, home to one of the only remaining caged open water seabaths in Australia. There’s also the Middle Brighton Pier and Breakwater, and the Royal Brighton Yacht Club. Throughout Brighton, there are many beautiful gardens, as well as historic architecture just as worthy of your gaze – though the neighbouring multi-million dollar homes might just steal your attention.

    Amazing shopping and great dining creates a buzzing strip along Church Street, full of boutiques, jewellery shops, delis and restaurants to tempt you. In North Brighton, Bay Street is a more historic shopping strip combining more fashion and gift shops with cafes and restaurants. Martin Street is the place to go for gourmet food to pack for a picnic later! Most of the hotels, and a small commercial area, grace the foreshore along The Esplanade.

    With a low-key local vibe, trendy shopping and dining strips, and an iconic beach to pose on for your next Facebook profile photo, Brighton is a great spot to escape the hectic Melbourne CBD. This is where people come to indulge in the simple things. Channel your inner celebrity seeking a beachside rendezvous and book your Brighton accommodation with us.

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