The charming Preston Village area of north Brighton is ideal for holidaymakers seeking a relaxing retreat in one of the nation’s favourite seaside resorts. This highly regarded 3* Hot Rate hotel boasts a uniquely traditional appeal and well-appointed double en-suite guest rooms equipped with the latest amenities and free high speed Wi-Fi. Hotwire customers are invited to take advantage of exclusive deals on these rooms by booking online today, meaning a premium trip to Brighton needn’t cost premium prices. Whilst those after a deserved break can indulge in some traditional British cuisine and locally sourced wines in the stylish hotel restaurant, those in Brighton for work can make use of the extensive onsite business centre which comprises of several modern meeting and board rooms.
Situated conveniently within reach of Brighton’s historic town centre, the quiet suburb of Preston is a tranquil base from which to explore the popular coastal resort and its surrounding area. This quaint village is most famously known for the green expanse of Preston Park, one of Brighton’s largest. Spanning 63 acres of pristine lawns, walled rose gardens, bowling greens, tennis courts and picturesque ponds. As well as being the perfect place in which to relax and picnic in during the summer months, Preston Park is also the chosen location for Brighton Pride Parade and the start of the annual Brighton Marathon.
Preston Village is served by its own train station which provides regular services into the town centre, allowing hotel guests to be enjoying all that the Brighton seafront has to offer within a matter of minutes. Brighton’s cultural heart is characterised by a labyrinthine network of quaint shopping streets popularly known as ‘The Lanes’. Lined with pretty antique shops, independent boutiques and traditional tea rooms, the Lanes are a hotspot for tourists and a must for anyone seeking to purchase unique seaside souvenirs. Brighton’s elegant Victorian history can be experienced by paying a visit to the iconic Royal Pavilion, located just stone’s throw away. Renowned for its breathtakingly ornate Indian-inspired architecture and lavish state rooms, this former holiday residence of the Prince Regent is one of the town’s most symbolic historic landmarks.
A traditional English seaside holiday to Brighton would be incomplete without paying a visit to the iconic Palace Pier. Established in 1899, the pier consists of a fun-filled amusement arcade, charming ice cream parlours, seafood restaurants and a large fairground with numerous children’s rides, including a classic Carousel.