Accommodation in Brighton, East Sussex
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New Steine Hotel
A Hotel in Brighton, East Sussex
10-11 New Steine
Accommodation Description:From: £29.00
The New Steine is an elegant and fashionable five-storey Georgian Townhouse in central Brighton. Following recent refurbishment, the New Steine has re-opened with a contemporary design that exudes warmth and style, with a hint of French influence. At exceptional value and as an alternative to expensive hotel accommodation in Brighton, it is suited to both business travellers and tourists alike.Contemporary, with lasting appeal, a statement in design that exudes warmth and style, delicious French food, wines and drinks, impeccable service 24 hours and original art all around you - The New Steine is all these things, and moreFrom the moment you walk through the door you are pampered and welcomed like a true luxury hotel.
Upon check-in your assistant walks you to your room and explains all the facilities your room has to offer. Throughout your stay staff are on hand to assist with any query you may have, and on check-out (after a hearty breakfast, of course), we will ensure you an efficient and memorable departure, wishing you a pleasant journey and hoping you return again soon. A personalised concierge service is at the guests disposal 24 hours a day for all requirements and needs and each of the bedrooms has been designed to incorporate comfort with modern needs.The New Steine Bistro is our own restaurant, which caters for snacks throughout the day and evening meals, 5 days a week.
Offering homemade French cuisine along with British fare, with either a full a la carte menu or daily 3 course special menu, it is the perfect place to enjoy exquisite food in a welcoming environment.We also have available for hire a selection of conference rooms with full facilities, with a capacity up to 55 people theatre style, which can be hired out on a room only basis, or on a selection of Day and 24 Hour delegate rates..
Accommodation Rating: 4*G (about ratings)
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Royal Pavilion - 0.3 miles (Historic Building)
Brighton Fishing Museum - 0.5 miles (Museum)
Hove, St Andrew's Church - 1.1 miles (Historic Church)
Seaford Museum of Local History - 1.2 miles (Museum)
The Regency Town House - 1.2 miles (Museum)
Preston Manor - 1.7 miles (Historic House)
Brighton, St Peter's Church - 1.7 miles (Historic Church)
Stanmer Rural Museum - 4.2 miles (Museum)
Saddlescombe Farm - 5.5 miles (Countryside)
Marlipins Museum - 6.3 miles (Museum)
Nearby Towns & Villages to Visit
Brighton - 1.6 miles away
Hove - 2.4 miles away
Poynings - 6 miles away
Clayton - 6.4 miles away
Ditchling - 7.1 miles away
Lewes - 7.1 miles away
Coombes - 8.2 miles away
Upper Beeding - 8.5 miles away
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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