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spen666spen666 Posts: 17,709
edited October 2008 in The bottom bracket
Any recommendations for hotels or B&Bs for a night out in Brighton

Preferably:

1) only 1 night bookings accepted at weekends
2) sensible prices
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  • pottsstevepottssteve Posts: 4,033
    Sensible prices, you'll be lucky!
    There are some nice ones, but if you want to be in the centre of town they aren't cheap.
    Do a web search, post some names, and I'll let you know if they're any good (if I've heard of them).
    For a start, the Old Ship is generally well-regarded, I think. Right on the sea front. Thistle looks nice, but pricey, as are the Metropole and Hilton, of course (they're also not that great, considering their price and ratings).
    If you're more in the B and B price range, there are a lot on Brunswick Square, but quality is variable, and I can't remember all the names. If you post names I'll ask my contacts...!

    Steve
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  • Try the Cecil House Hotel on the seafront. Friends have used it a few times and say it's not too bad and reasonably cheap. Not like one of the major chains. You are coming to the end of the season, such as it was, so there'll be deals to be had.
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  • nmcgannnmcgann Posts: 1,780
    The Granville on the front. A nice friendly place with some interesting themed rooms and a good breakfast :)

    My company uses it when we are working on conferences in the Grand or the Metropole.

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  • spen666spen666 Posts: 17,709
    thanks for those, I will check them out and see what prices are like
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  • bazza59bazza59 Posts: 33
    I have stayed in the thistle but it was very expensive (130 per night)
    Last time (a few weeks ago) I stayed at the Imperial Hotel, the single room is way too small but the double was perfect, cost was 80 inc breakfast. Its a one minute walk from the front.
    baz
  • the hotel at the marina is nice. slightly naff shops etc. out there but very views from rooms looking at boats. it is a 15 min walk from town but a nice one.
  • NuggsNuggs Posts: 1,804
    the hotel at the marina is nice. slightly naff shops etc. out there but very views from rooms looking at boats. it is a 15 min walk from town but a nice one.
    Agreed - great cocktail bar too!
  • If it's a night out, do you need anything more than a bed?

    Why not a travel lodge, if you book in advance you can get the rooms for £17.

    I;ve done this a few times for nights out in London, the rooms are clean and a decent size. What more do you need?
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  • If it's a night out, do you need anything more than a bed?

    Why not a travel lodge, if you book in advance you can get the rooms for £17.

    I;ve done this a few times for nights out in London, the rooms are clean and a decent size. What more do you need?

    a travelodge room in brighton at the weekend for £17? you'll be lucky.
  • If it's a night out, do you need anything more than a bed?

    Why not a travel lodge, if you book in advance you can get the rooms for £17.

    I;ve done this a few times for nights out in London, the rooms are clean and a decent size. What more do you need?

    a travelodge room in brighton at the weekend for £17? you'll be lucky.

    If you book in advance it's fine. Friends of mine have done it.

    Though, looking at the travel lodge website, the offer is now £19.

    Maybe it's changed recently, but IME it's been ok.
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  • spen666spen666 Posts: 17,709
    If it's a night out, do you need anything more than a bed?

    Why not a travel lodge, if you book in advance you can get the rooms for £17.

    I;ve done this a few times for nights out in London, the rooms are clean and a decent size. What more do you need?

    I've never been able to book a travellodge in Brighton- always say no rooms available
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