Harbour Hotel Brighton

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Harbour Hotel Brighton

This sea-facing Victorian icon takes pride of place on Brighton’s world-famous promenade and is within easy walking distance of both piers, just a stone’s throw away from the glorious pebbled beach. Named one of the best hotels in Brighton by The Times, it’s the perfect location to enjoy the wonders of this bohemian city and soak up the city’s only luxurious subterranean spa.

Featuring a host of vibrant and contemporary interiors, whilst retaining many of the original Victorian architectural features, The Brighton Harbour Hotel and Spa has been fully refurbished and is the only luxury hotel to reside on the city’s outstanding promenade, which makes visiting local sights such as The Royal Pavilion or browsing the bohemian boutiques of The Lanes an absolute sea breeze.

Often regarded by many as the quirkiest of seaside retreats in Britain and sometimes described as ‘London on Sea’, Brighton has been home to the rich, famous and oh-so effortlessly chic for many a year, who have all been drawn in by the crisp sea air and a super-vibrant artistic and cultural scene that has made Brighton an extraordinary place to live or visit.

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Steven Graham
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