Best place for a relaxing break by the seaside

Featuring a highly desirable seafront location on Brighton Beach with unrivalled views over the coast and English Channel, this Top Secret Hotel is the best place for a relaxing break by the seaside. With over 100 contemporary, spacious rooms to choose from at specially discounted rates courtesy of Secret Hotels providers and Hotwire, a break to the south coast can cost less than you think. This hotel boasts excellent guest facilities such as an onsite car rental desk, 24 hour concierge, a la carte restaurant, lobby bar, dry cleaning services and secure outdoor parking. Ideal for business guests as well as holidaymakers, the hotel offers several modern meeting and conference rooms equipped with the latest technology and added secretarial service.

Due to the hotel’s central location in the heart of Brighton, guests are spoilt for choice in terms of nearby sights and tourist attractions. Brighton mostly renowned for its large natural pebble beach which draws in thousands of holidaymakers each year during the warmer summer months. With donkey rides and traditional Brighton rock on offer, tourists flock to Brighton Beach for a nostalgic English seaside getaway. Jutting off the beach itself is Brighton’s iconic pier which is home to an amusement park with small children’s rides as well as a host of stalls, puppet shows and cafes in which to relax in with an ice-cream. Having been destroyed numerous times by fires and storms, the Brighton Pier has been open for visitors since its creation in 1899 and its colourful history is displayed throughout the length of the 1,772 ft. walkway.

Also on the seafront is the oldest operating electric railway in the world, the Volk’s Electric Railway. Running inland along the beach from Brighton Pier to Black Rock and Brighton Marina, the railway offers a unique view over the Brighton coastline and is an especially fun experience for families and children. Situated northeast of the Brighton Pier is the Brighton Wheel, a similar attraction to the London Eye but with a unique spoke-less design. The 150 ft. tall Ferris wheel offers its several hundred thousand visitors a year a 12 minute long ride which provides panoramic views over the Brighton skyline and seafront.

Just a short walk from the hotel is the famous network of alleyways known as ‘The Lanes’. This collection of narrow streets are lined with quaint gift shops, antique shops and old-fashioned cafes making it a popular tourist destination. Visitors can wander round hunting for souvenirs or looking for a quiet place to have an authentic cream tea.

Visitors wishing to experience some of Brighton’s rich heritage can stop by the Brighton Royal Pavilion which is only a short walk down the promenade from the hotel. Built in the early 19th century for the Prince Regent the Pavilion is renowned for its intricate and unique Indo-Saracenic architecture which helps to draw in the 400,000 tourists which pay a visit to the former royal palace each year.