The English love their beach resorts, and Brighton offers a fun escape from the city and a nice sandy shore. There are also plenty of hotels here, and prices can be surprisingly reasonable.
Brighton hotels are centered around the waterfront, and there are several dozen options within a few blocks of the beach. There are country inns just outside of town to the north and more beach-side offerings to the east and to the west, around Worthing. With all these choices, it's no problem to find hotels in Brighton to suit your needs, but deciding where to stay in Brighton means first deciding what area you want to be in.
Brighton accommodations include ultra-modern offerings, simple bed and breakfasts, and national chains. Most Brighton lodging options not right along the beach are within walking distance of a train stop.
Places to stay in Brighton often fill during weekends, holiday periods, and in the summer, while Brighton hotel deals are easiest to find in the off-season, mid-week, and while school is in session. Lodging in Brighton is not cheap, but it's also not expensive by most English standards.
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