Holiday Inn Brighton-Seafront

A Hotel in Brighton, East Sussex

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Kings Road
East Sussex

Holiday Inn Brighton-Seafront, Brighton

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Fully air conditioned bedrooms and public areas, the completely non-smoking Holiday Inn Brighton-Seafront is the perfect beach front hotel offering on-site car parking (first come first served basis), lounge bar and restaurant with views of the beach & horizon, 20 minutes south of Gatwick Airport and within 1 mile of Brighton train station. A short walk to the shopping and entertainment areas of the city makes it an ideal destination for both leisure and business travellers. The outdoor terrace overlooks the sea and is great for alfresco drinking and dining.

Easy access to the Brighton Pavilion, The Dome, Theatre Royal, Sea Life Centre, Brighton Palace Pier, Booth Museum of Natural History and many other attractions.

4 star rating

From: £44.50

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