- 34 guest reviews
"We had a brilliant stay here. The room was big and spacious with a sofa in the room and a lovely en-suite. Very clean and customer service w..."
"A good location for a night out in Brighton...."
"Scored 4 for all categories as totally adequate for a business stopover. Good size room for a single...."
"just what we needed,only in brighton for a gig ,so over nite stay.Clean room there was a smell? shame we were not warned about kitchen close..."
"Our first room was a bit too small for a couple with a baby. We only had a small queen size bed and a very cramped shower room. We stayed in..."
About the hotel
The Langfords Hotel in Hove is situated on a tree lined avenue a short stroll from the shingle beach of Brighton and Hove’s historical seafront;only a fifteen minute walk from the bustling centre of the South Coast’s famous seaside resort of ‘kiss-me-quick’ Brighton. Although Brighton retains its cheeky reputation, it has grown up considerably since it merged with its immediate neighbour, Hove – when it became a new British city for the Millennium; a gift from HM The Queen! The combined treat of ‘Brighton & Hove’ officially merging, is that the City has become one of Britain’s most savvy twenty-first century Media Hubs – and The Langfords keeps pace happily with free fibre enabled Wi-Fi The Langfords is a lovely, red-brick Victorian building echoing with old charm and brimming with character. The hotel has 58 very well proportioned bedrooms (all with en- suite facilities), and the spacious lounge bar has direct access to our lawned gardens – perfect for relaxing in on those sunny summer days and warm evenings.
- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout, 24 Hour Reception, Cots available, Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, Telephone In Each Room, Wake Up Call Available, Currency Exchange
- Wi-Fi Available, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas, Wi-Fi Available In Rooms
- In Room Entertainment
- Car Parking Available Offsite
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- Up to 12 years old
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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68% would recommend it to a friend
Close to the beach
This hotel was a few minutes walk to the beach, and you can see it from the entrance to the hotel.
Unfortunately for me that was the only positive.
I was in Brighton on business and needed somewhere cheap and cheerful to stay.
I booked a single room and I was given a key for a room on the 3rd floor with directions. There was no lift so I walked up the three flights with my luggage which wasn't light, and couldnt find my room.
I walked the 3 flights down to be told by the receptionist that he had given me the wrong directions as the building has two wings and he had given me the wrong side to go on. With no lift I had another 3 flights of stairs to walk up.
My room was in the eaves of the building and I had a sloping roof to contend with. The Windows did not fully close, nor the door between the bedroom to the en-suite area.
The shower was extremely noisy and sounded as though it was going to break down any minute; however the bathroom was extremely basic but clean.
There was a tv and facilities to make hot drinks, but I made a coffee and the milk must have gone off, as it tasted awful, so I didn't bother using it again.
Having no lift was annoying as there are quite a few stairs to the 3rd floor. Luckily for me I did not spend much time there as I left in the morning and arrived back quite late, so only had to suffer the amenities for short periods.
Best bit for me was quick access to the beach. I didn't enjoy being in the hotel. It is more B & B than a hotel for me. Other rooms might be better, but my pokey room at the top of the building was rubbish. I've had much better single rooms elsewhere.
Bad room for 145 £ per night , never back to it
I ve book a suite room for 245 £ but it was a really little room ...
The view of the window not nice ... We was really disappointed me and my girlfriend... I hade a bad memory for my first time in Brighton