Accommodation in Brighton, East Sussex
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A Hotel in Brighton, East Sussex
19 Oriental Place
Accommodation Description:From: £100.00
Welcome to Brighton's original luxury boutique hotel. The neo is a beautiful, contemporary 9 bedroom hotel a stones throw from the West Pier & Brighton Centre and only five minutes from the buzz of the city. It is ideally located in a secluded side street and we also have some of the best restaurants in brighton on our doorstep..
Welcome to brighton?s original luxury boutique hotel. The neo is a beautiful, contemporary 9 bedroom hotel a stones throw from the West Pier & Brighton Centre and only five minutes from the buzz of the city. An elegant townhouse by the sea, it is ideally located in a secluded side street and we also have some of the best restaurants in brighton on our doorstep
This georgian grade II listed building is where modern oriental opulence meets regency romance by the sea. Decorated by its owner - an interiors stylist (Elle decoration etc) it is individual, quirky, sexy and totally unique ? the epitomy of a modern luxury bed and breakfast in brighton. All 9 ensuite rooms are highly individual with gorgeous original wallpapers ranging from stunning designs by Ralph Lauren, 1930?s prints by Florence Broadhurst & Vintage Osborne & Little to Cole & Sons latest vintage offerings
The rooms are comfortable and stylish - all rooms having 5 star pocket sprung club beds, white cotton sheets, beautiful handmade satin kimonos, TV & DVD facilities (choose the latest titles from our complimentary well stocked DVD library), free wifi access and Bodum kettles for making drinks. Bathrooms are also designed to complement with matt black mosaic tiles and slick chrome fittings. Guests also benefit from our own in house organic all in one hair and body wash, conditioner & body lotion in uplifting lemon grass, thyme and Rosalina
Its unique to us ? you won?t find it anywhere else! The cocktail bar also combines cool with comfort where you can sit on white leather banquettes and sip a delicious cocktail made by our much beloved barman Mark or just share a bottle of wine with friends. The neo has an elegant, warm sophisticated vibe and super friendly staff and we go out of our way to provide a great ambience for everyone. So if you?re down for the weekend to catch the sea air, going for it in party style with friends or just want to chill out..
we aim to make it happen.
Accommodation Rating: 4 (about ratings)
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Hove, St Andrew's Church - 0.2 miles (Historic Church)
The Regency Town House - 0.2 miles (Museum)
Brighton Fishing Museum - 0.6 miles (Museum)
Royal Pavilion - 0.7 miles (Historic Building)
Preston Manor - 1.3 miles (Historic House)
Brighton, St Peter's Church - 1.3 miles (Historic Church)
Seaford Museum of Local History - 2 miles (Museum)
Stanmer Rural Museum - 4.3 miles (Museum)
Saddlescombe Farm - 4.9 miles (Countryside)
Marlipins Museum - 5.4 miles (Museum)
Nearby Towns & Villages to Visit
Hove - 1.5 miles away
Brighton - 1.6 miles away
Poynings - 5.4 miles away
Clayton - 6.1 miles away
Ditchling - 7 miles away
Coombes - 7.3 miles away
Upper Beeding - 7.6 miles away
Lewes - 7.9 miles away
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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