It’s easy to see why Brighton is one of the most popular UK seaside resorts. From the exciting rides and amusements on Brighton Palace Pier to the panoramic views from the British Airways i360 tower, this UK coastal resort is home to all kinds of top attractions. Families will love days out with the kids at SEA LIFE Brighton, while history-lovers won’t want to miss a tour of the Royal Pavilion. Pls, with our luxurious Hypnos beds in every room, great-value Meal Deals on-site and free Wi-Fi, our family-friendly hotels in Brighton are ideal for getting the most out of your short break.
Hotels in Brighton
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Our Premier Inn Brighton City Centre hotel has great value rooms in the heart of one of the UK’s liveliest cities. We’re only a few minutes’ walk from the ever-popular Brighton Pier, beautiful Brighton Beach and the excitement of SEA LIFE Brighton– plus, you’ll have Brighton’s high street right on your doorstep, as well as exciting nightlife in the city centre. Brighton train station is only a 10-minute walk away, too, ideally placed for your long weekend at the seaside.
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Places like Brighton
Take a look at our hotels in Hastings and our hotels in Eastbourne.
If you’re looking to extend your UK coastal break, why not explore other places like Brighton nearby? Our hotels in Eastbourne are just a 45-minute drive away from Brighton, and popular with family holidays thanks to its seafront attractions. You’ll love our great-value hotels in Hastings, too, close to top family activities and exciting attractions.
Things to do in Brighton
Visit Brighton Palace Pier
This famous pier is one of the most popular attractions in Brighton, and with so many exciting rides and amusements, it’s easy to see why. Whether you’re playing arcade games in the Brighton Dome, riding the Crazy Mouse or just soaking up the sea views with an ice cream, the pier is home to all kinds of fun family activities for your half terms breaks in Brighton.
Enjoy Brighton events
From movie screenings on Brighton Beach to world-famous festivals, there’s plenty of events in Brighton to enjoy all year round. Catch live music performances at the Brighton Centre, support local art at the exciting Brighton Festival, and summer holidays in Brighton wouldn’t be complete without experiencing Brighton Pride, the city’s annual festival celebrating the LGBT community.
Sightseeing in Brighton
From historic sites to family activities, you’ll find plenty of places to visit near our hotels in Brighton. Take a tour of the Royal Pavilion – one of Brighton’s top attractions – before enjoying days out with the kids at Brighton Palace Pier or SEA LIFE Brighton. Bargain-hunters will love shopping in Brighton thanks to the boutique shops in The Lanes, and what better way to sightsee in Brighton than at the top of the British Airways i360 viewing tower.
What are the nearest train stations in Brighton?
Brighton train station is the city’s main railway station, and you’ll find it at the heart of the city on Queens Road. Plus, with other train stations in Brighton nearby like London Road station, Hove station and Preston Park station, getting around Brighton during your short break couldn’t be easier.
What are the nearest beaches in Brighton?
You won’t have far to walk from our hotels in Brighton to reach the seaside. Brighton Beach is the city’s most popular spot, and it’s just a short walk away from Brighton city centre. Other beaches near Brighton include Rottingdean Beach just a 15-minute drive away from the centre, and Saltdean Beach just a 20-minutre drive away.
What type of beaches does Brighton have?
Brighton Beach may be pebbly, but it’s no less popular with families on summer holidays in Brighton. Whether you’re swimming, sunbathing or visiting the beach hut shops along the beach promenade, it’s the perfect place to spend days out in Brighton.
How many beaches are there in Brighton?
Brighton has one main beach – Brighton Beach – that stretches from Hove to the Brighton Marina, and is one of the most popular attractions in Brighton. If you’re looking for other beaches near Brighton, why not visit Rottingdean Beach to the east, or Shoreham Beach to the west?
What are the best places to eat at in Brighton?
After eating ice creams or warm doughnuts by Brighton seafront, you may be looking for places to eat in Brighton for dinner. You’ll have plenty of choice, too, thanks to our restaurants in Brighton – enjoy family meals at our Brighton city centre Thyme restaurant or our Drove Brewers Fayre.
What are the best things to do in Brighton at night?
You’ll find plenty of things to do in Brighton in the evenings. Experience the best nightlife in Brighton at one of the city’s clubs and bars, catch a live music or comedy performance at the Brighton Centre, and more.
What family friendly activities can you do in Brighton?
You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to things to do in Brighton with the kids. Brighton Palace Pier is the number one attraction thanks to its rides and arcades, but don’t miss out on other family activities in Brighton like seeing the city from above on the British Airways i360 tower and visiting the animals at SEA LIFE Brighton.
What outdoor activities can you do in Brighton?
There’s more to summer holidays in Brighton than sunbathing on Brighton Beach. Make the most of the great outdoors with activities like riding Volk’s Electric Railway, visiting the Natural Trust attraction Devil’s Dyke, or explore the city on one of many cycling routes near Brighton.
What indoor activities can you do in Brighton?
We can’t guarantee the weather in Brighton, but this exciting city has plenty of things to do, come rain or shine. Go souvenir shopping in Brighton at Churchill Square Shopping Centre, take the kids to the SEA LIFE aquarium, or get a taste of Brighton’s history with a tour of the Royal Pavilion. Plus, if you’re planning a spa weekend in Brighton, this city has some relaxing spas and pools to choose from.