Your Brighton accommodation will be a great base for your visit to the bohemian city. Relax at the beach, or stroll out to sea on the Brighton Pier, where you will enjoy the fun fair, rides and food stalls. Ensure you have your camera to take the perfect shot of the sunset, whilst watching the sunlight at dusk transfer to the twinkling pier lights. Walk along the promenade towards Hove where you will find the Artists Quarter, filled with local art, prints, paintings and driftwood mirrors; what will you choose?
Enjoy tea in the tearooms of the Royal Pavilion home of King George IV - transformed by John Nash into an oriental Indian style building with an eclectic mix of traditional English and exotic Asian influences - or visit Brighton museum and art gallery located in the beautiful gardens. To see an excellent example of a Victorian terrace house, visit The Regency Town House in Hove. Live music and arts are a way of life in Brighton. Listen to your favourite band at the Brighton Centre, or enjoy comedy, dance, and theatre at the Brighton Dome. Watch a West End show at the Theatre Royal, and for jazz and cabaret visit Komedia. Brighton is a clubbers paradise, internationally renowned for its innovation, vibrancy and brilliant crowds. Any one night you can choose what style of music you want to listen and dance to.
The Kemptown area, particularly St James’s Street and the Old Steine, is home to a thriving and diverse gay scene, with popular restaurants, bars and clubs. Our gay friendly hotels will provide the perfect accommodation.
Explore the twisting and hidden alleyways and criss-cross of streets when you visit Brighton’s North Laine, a cosmopolitan mix of eclectic, unique, retro, vintage and latest designer fashion. Discover exclusive shops selling clothes, oriental furniture, jewellery, second hand books stores, and antiques. On Saturdays browse the flea market for the ultimate bargain. North Laine is not only the home of great shopping, but you will have a myriad of cafes and pubs to sustain you. Brighton’s diversity is also seen in its choice of restaurants. You will be spoilt for choice with over 400 restaurants, cafes and bars to tempt you to enjoy all the flavours of the world.
Looking further field, head out to the magnificent South Downs, walking or cycling in the glorious countryside or on a woodland trail or spend an afternoon sailing and enjoy the sights of Brighton from the sea. There is so much to do in Brighton, so book your Brighton hotel now.
Hotels in Brighton start at AU$89 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.