Partner with UsMy Booking
EUR

Log in to your account

No account yet?
Register
Or log in with:
1
2
  1. Hotels>
  2. United Kingdom of... (62328 Hotels)>
  3. Brighton and Hove (525 Hotels)

Hotels in Brighton and Hove

England · 525 hotels available

Pay upon Check-in

Other Accommodations in Brighton and Hove

Villas in Brighton and HoveApartments in Brighton and Hove

Popular hotels in Brighton and Hove

Featured Image Kings Hotel
Hotels
139-141 Kings Road, Brighton and Hove, England, BN1 2NA
With a stay at Kings Hotel in Brighton (Seafront), you'll be within a 5-minute walk of Brighton Beach and British Airways i360. This beach hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Brighton Centre and 0.5 mi (0.7 km) from Churchill Square Shopping Centre.
(2147)
Featured Image ibis Brighton City Centre - Station
Hotels
88 92 Queens Road, East Sussex, Brighton and Hove, England, BN1 3XE
A stay at ibis Brighton City Centre - Station places you in the heart of Brighton, within a 10-minute walk of Brighton Museum and Art Gallery and Brighton Dome. This hotel is 0.5 mi (0.9 km) from Churchill Square Shopping Centre and 0.5 mi (0.9 km) from Brighton Royal Pavilion.
Impressive - 86,0 / 10(9)
(1967)
Featured Image Jurys Inn Brighton
Hotels
101 Stroudley Road, Brighton and Hove, England, BN1 4DJ
A stay at Jurys Inn Brighton places you in the heart of Brighton, within a 15-minute walk of Brighton Museum and Art Gallery and Brighton Dome. This 4-star hotel is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Brighton Theatre Royal and 1 mi (1.7 km) from Churchill Square Shopping Centre.
Impressive - 86,0 / 10(9)
(3510)
Featured Image Mercure Brighton Seafront Hotel
Hotels
149 Kings Road, Brighton and Hove, England, BN1 2PP
Located in Brighton (Seafront), Mercure Brighton Seafront Hotel is a 4-minute walk from British Airways i360 and 6 minutes by foot from Brighton Beach. This beach hotel is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Churchill Square Shopping Centre and 0.9 mi (1.4 km) from Brighton Sea Life Centre.
(151)
Featured Image Hotel du Vin Brighton
Hotels
2 Ship Street, Brighton and Hove, England, BN1 1AD
With a stay at Hotel du Vin Brighton in Brighton (Seafront), you'll be a 4-minute walk from Brighton Centre and 5 minutes by foot from Brighton Royal Pavilion. This 4-star hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Churchill Square Shopping Centre and 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Brighton Pier.
(1765)
Featured Image Istanbul Ev Guest House
Guest Houses
8 Madeira Place, Brighton and Hove, England, BN2 1TN
With a stay at Istanbul Ev Guest House, you'll be centrally located in Brighton, within a 5-minute walk of Brighton Sea Life Centre and Brighton Pier. This guesthouse is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Brighton Beach and 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Brighton Royal Pavilion.
(100)
Featured Image Malmaison Brighton
Hotels
Brighton Marina, Brighton and Hove, England, BN2 5WA
With a stay at Malmaison Brighton in Brighton (Seafront), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Brighton Marina and Brighton Beach. This 4-star hotel is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Brighton Pier and 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Brighton Sea Life Centre.
(2144)
Featured Image 27 Brighton
B&B
27 Upper Rock Gardens, Brighton and Hove, England, BN2 1QE
Located in Brighton (Kemptown), 27 Brighton is within a 10-minute walk of Brighton Museum and Art Gallery and Brighton Sea Life Centre. This 4-star bed & breakfast is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Brighton Pier and 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Brighton Royal Pavilion.
(781)
Featured Image Legends Hotel Brighton
Hotels
31-34 Marine Parade, Brighton and Hove, England, BN2 1TR
Legends Hotel Brighton is centrally located in Brighton, a 3-minute walk from Brighton Sea Life Centre and 7 minutes by foot from Brighton Royal Pavilion. This beach hotel is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Brighton Pier and 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Brighton Beach.
(1048)
Featured Image My Brighton
Hotels
17 Jubilee Street, Brighton and Hove, England, BN1 1GE
A stay at My Brighton places you in the heart of Brighton, steps from Brighton Museum and Art Gallery and Brighton Dome. This 4-star hotel is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Brighton Royal Pavilion and 0.5 mi (0.7 km) from Brighton Beach.
(2576)
Featured Image Amsterdam Hotel and A Bar
Hotels
11-12 Marine Parade, Brighton and Hove, England, BN2 1TL
With a stay at Amsterdam Hotel and A Bar, you'll be centrally located in Brighton, steps from Brighton Sea Life Centre and within a 10-minute walk of Brighton Pier. This beach hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Brighton Royal Pavilion and 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from Brighton Museum and Art Gallery.
(557)
Featured Image Sea Spray
Guest Houses
25-26 New Steine, Brighton and Hove, England, BN2 1PD
With a stay at Sea Spray in Brighton (Kemptown), you'll be a 5-minute walk from Brighton Sea Life Centre and 5 minutes by foot from Brighton Pier. This 4-star guesthouse is 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Brighton Royal Pavilion and 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Brighton Beach.
(256)
Featured Image Best Western Princes Marine Hotel
Hotels
153 Kingsway, Brighton and Hove, England, BN3 4GR
With a stay at Best Western Princes Marine Hotel in Hove (Seafront), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Hove Museum and Art Gallery and Brighton Beach. This beach hotel is 1.7 mi (2.8 km) from Brighton Centre and 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Churchill Square Shopping Centre.
(954)
Featured Image Brighton House
Guest Houses
52 Regency Square, Brighton and Hove, England, BN1 2FF
With a stay at Brighton House in Brighton (Brighton City Centre), you'll be within a 5-minute walk of Brighton Beach and British Airways i360. This 4-star guesthouse is 0.3 mi (0.4 km) from Brighton Centre and 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Churchill Square Shopping Centre.
(708)
Featured Image Home Brighton Backpackers
Hostels
33 Richmond Place, Brighton and Hove, England, BN2 9NA
A stay at Home Brighton Backpackers places you in the heart of Brighton, within a 10-minute walk of Brighton Museum and Art Gallery and Brighton Royal Pavilion. This hostel is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Brighton Sea Life Centre and 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Brighton Pier.
(170)
Featured Image Brighton Getaways-Beach View
Apartments
Flat 3, St. Catherines Terrace, Brighton and Hove, England, BN3 2RR
Located in Hove (Seafront), this apartment is within a 15-minute walk of Hove Museum and Art Gallery and Brighton Beach. This apartment is 1.3 mi (2.2 km) from Brighton Centre and 1.4 mi (2.3 km) from Churchill Square Shopping Centre.
Featured Image Royal Albion Hotel
Hotels
35 Old Steine, Brighton and Hove, England, BN1 1NT
A stay at Royal Albion Hotel places you in the heart of Brighton, steps from Brighton Sea Life Centre and Brighton Beach. This beach hotel is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Brighton Pier and 0.3 mi (0.4 km) from Brighton Royal Pavilion.
(3549)
Featured Image Lichfield House
Hotels
30 Waterloo Street, Brighton and Hove, England, BN3 1AN
With a stay at Lichfield House in Hove, you'll be a 3-minute walk from Brighton Beach and 13 minutes by foot from Brighton Centre. This 4-star guesthouse is 0.5 mi (0.7 km) from British Airways i360 and 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Brighton Pier.
(74)
Featured Image Brighton Harbour Hotel & Spa
Hotels
64 Kings Road, Brighton and Hove, England, BN1 1NA
A stay at Brighton Harbour Hotel & Spa places you in the heart of Brighton, steps from Brighton Beach and Brighton Centre. This 4-star hotel is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Churchill Square Shopping Centre and 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Brighton Pier.
(1146)
Featured Image Drakes of Brighton
Hotels
43-44 Marine Parade, Brighton and Hove, England, BN2 1PE
Located in Brighton (Kemptown), Drakes of Brighton is a 4-minute walk from Brighton Sea Life Centre and 9 minutes by foot from Brighton Royal Pavilion. This 4-star hotel is 0.3 mi (0.4 km) from Brighton Pier and 0.5 mi (0.7 km) from Brighton Beach.
(1205)

Most commonly asked questions in Brighton and Hove

What are the best areas to visit in Brighton and Hove?

Chevron Icon
The best areas to visit in Brighton and Hove are Rottingdean

How many hotels are listed in Brighton and Hove?

Chevron Icon
Currently, there are around 525 hotels that you can book in Brighton and Hove

Hotels in popular areas

About

You wouldn’t think of sunny skies and crashing waves when visiting the United Kingdom, but there is a seaside city that would beg to differ. Located just south of London, Brighton is a gem of a city.

Brighton Seaside With its funky sights and Boho vibe, it’s easy to understand why it conjures up unforgettable summer nights for many locals and Britons — if they can remember it. The city paints an unforgettable contrast of raving neon clubs against the backdrop of beachside calm, sharing with you its brand of eclectic craziness.

Indeed, Brighton is a city that packs a punch because of its electrifying and over-the-top atmosphere. The calm of the sea is amazingly contrasted by the ornamental buildings and bright and bustling city streets.

How to Get There

Transportation heading to Brighton is quite accessible. The first option is to take the train from London, with two major links serving the area, Thameslink and Southern. From London, get off at Queens Road station that is just a 10-minute walk away from the centre. Buses and taxis are also available outside of the station if you prefer not to walk.

The second option is to fly to London Gatwick Airport. Upon arriving, you may take the train that is only 30 minutes away and you get dropped off at the city centre.

Getting Around

Being a small city, it’s highly discouraged to drive around in Brighton due to limited parking. The best and easiest way to explore is to take public transportation. The city has many options for you and it will all depend on your preference. Firstly, you may take a cab to and from the city with its service available for 24-hours. They are also easy to find especially if you visit the city’s main taxi ranks located at East Street, Queen’s Square, and Hove Town Hall. You may also visit Journey On to see a map of all the ranks in the city.

Another option would be the bus, a safe and environmentally friendly way to explore. Bus fares usually start at £2 because fares change at times. To be sure, you may check the website for the latest updates.

Taking a bike around is also a recommended option since it offers an enjoyable way to get around and see the beachfront. It is quick and easy given the established cycle paths that run from east to west. You may rent bikes from various shops in the city.

Like most of the cities in Britain, the most favored way to get around is walking. With almost everything in Brighton being a stone’s throw away from each other, it is fairly easy to see what you want and get what you need on foot.

Top Things to Do

Navigating your way around Brighton is quite easy mainly because its landmarks are extremely distinguishable. An example of this would be The Royal Pavilion that seems to transport you to India because of its Taj Mahal-like silhouette and ornamental decor.

It used to be the vacation home for George, Prince of Wales, but it’s now transformed into an art gallery and museum. If you wish to visit, the entry fee is £15. From here, you can drop by the Brighton Museum & Art Gallery that showcases art pieces from ancient Egypt, 20th-century fashion, and contemporary exhibits.

Brighton Palace Pier Being in a beachside city, it would be a shame not to visit Brighton Palace Pier. Having been around for over a century, this pier has gone through a lot, surviving two world wars and the battering of countless storms. You will find a lot of arcade games and rides that is a must-see if you are traveling in a group.

For a less carnival-like feel, go to The Lanes, a neighbourhood that houses a lot of independent cafes, vintage shops, and bookstores. Did you know that these are all in 16th-century buildings? Going for a walk here would be a good place to spend the afternoon. While you are at it, drop by the birthplace of the confection revolution, Choccywoccydoodah.

Going around the city, you would notice that it is littered with rainbow flags which adds a lot more colour to the already ornamental city. Being Britain’s LGBTQ capital, this is understandable. If you are interested to know more about how this happened, going on a walking tour would be the best. It is also a good way to go around since this tour takes you to The Lanes to the “Gay Town” of Kemptown.

What to Eat

With all the walking in Brighton, you would need a way to power through the day. Thankfully, the food selections in the area are as good and adventurous as the city. Your first stop should be Terre á Terre, Brighton’s most celebrated vegetarian restaurant. For such a green city, it is easy to understand why this restaurant claims that it is a place where vegetarianism is an indulgence rather than deprivation. Before going here, make sure to book a reservation given the crowds it gathers.

Brighton Seafood You also cannot miss the seafood delicacies the seaside city has to offer. If this is what you fancy, make sure you go to English’s of Brighton. Serving for 75 years now, this is a paradise if you want a taste of Essex oysters and locally caught lobster. Moshimo is also a good place to get some fresh seafood so it makes it a really good place to get some sushi. With over 50 offerings, eaten in the classic Japanese conveyor belt style, it would make you so full.

Nightlife

The drinking scene in Brighton is also as good as its restaurants with a club or pub in almost every corner of the city. For a good drink further amplified by amazing music, make sure you go to The Prince Albert. You will immediately notice the bar once you get off of the station because of its over-the-top mural of famous 20th-century artists.

Meanwhile, BYOC is pretty new in the scene and it has quite an interesting way of serving customers. Short for Bring Your Own Cocktail, the entire premise of the bar would be to bring your favorite spirit, and you’ll just be surprised with what the bartenders mix it with. This place would be ideal for people who are into making and mixing cocktails and those who are after a different kind of drinking experience.

Where to Stay

If you are a first-timer in the city, it has been recommended that you stay in the area of North Laine. It’s the city’s cultural and bohemian epicentre. Staying in The Lanes is the best option if you are on a budget. It’s also where you can find most of the independent cafes and restaurants that are generally affordable.

Kemptown Brighton Kemptown would be the best choice if you want to be near the party scene because from here you will immediately see the trendiest bars and clubs that are all near each other.

Travel Tips

• Plan your trip by checking out the latest events that range from food, theater, art, and parades.

• May is the peak of the summer season so it gets crowded with tourists coming from different parts of the city.

• Be adventurous with your food and drinks since some experiences are only found in Brighton.
Need help?