The Albany (Lions) Hotel

A Hotel in Eastbourne, East Sussex

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Grand Parade
East Sussex
BN21 4DJ

The Albany (Lions) Hotel, Eastbourne

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The Albany Lions Hotel is a privately owned 3 star hotel, on Eastbourne's magnificent seafront, with unrivalled views of the Channel. The hotel has 61 bedrooms, all with television, hospitality tray, hairdryer, telephone, radio and majority with fridge. The sea-view Carvery restaurant offers a fine selection of daily roasts, fish, vegetarian dishes.

It is well located for local attractions. The Lions Bar & Sun lounge offer weekly entertainment on selected evenings.

3 star rating

From: £45.00

Average customer rating: customer rating out of 6

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