Thinking of booking a weekend away? Look no further than our great-value hotels in Brighton and Hove. Thanks to its lively art culture, vibrant nightlife and world-famous seaside and pier, short breaks in Brighton have something for everyone. From visiting the Royal Pavilion to shopping in The Lanes, you’ll find plenty of things to do beside the seaside in this colourful coastal city.
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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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Weekends away in Brighton wouldn’t be complete without visiting Brighton Beach. Whatever the weather, you’ll find plenty of fun things to do. Enjoy a walk along the pebbly beach before hunting for a souvenir or piece of art from one of the beach hut shops. Couples and families alike will love Brighton Palace Pier, whether you’re playing arcade games or riding a rollercoaster. Plus, for panoramic views of this seaside city, a ride on the British Airways i360 is a must.
Thinking of spending a summer in Brighton? From Brighton Festival to Brighton Pride and craft beer shows to comedy gigs, there’s a whole host of exciting summer events for everyone to look forward to.
Brighton is also one of the top cities for shopping in the UK. Whether you’re looking for boutique bargains, local souvenirs or unique pieces of art, you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for in The Lanes and Churchill Square. While Brighton’s boutiques might be popular for their vintage fashion finds, the city is also a foodie’s paradise with tons of great-value street food and sweet treats on offer.
Explore the famous Royal Pavilion in Brighton for a taste of the city’s colourful history. This exotic former royal residence was built for Prince George IV in the late 18th century, and is bursting with stunning art and architecture – from the royal estate and gardens to the Prince Regent Gallery. The palace is also home to the Brighton Museum, so culture-lovers can enjoy two attractions in one.
Fancy a break from the hustle and bustle of the city? If you’re staying in one of our hotels near Brighton, you’ll find plenty of things to do just outside of this popular coastal city. Our Worthing Seafront hotel is a perfect base for visiting the picturesque South Downs National Park, while Lewes Castle is only a 10-minute walk away from our Lewes Town Centre hotel.