- 11 guest reviews
"I found the beach hotel to be a fantastic place to stay in Brighton. Rooms are clean, comfortable and very good value for money. My only com..."
"Reception was pleasant and welcoming, the 'single' room' was great with a kingsize double bed, crisp clean sheets and an abundance of towels..."
"Hotel in need of renovation but good value for money..."
"Clean, black out curtains, great location. Rough around the edges - stained carpet, table with burn marks, bathroom window stuffed with tiss..."
"very clean room, obviously recently refurbished with lovely ensuite but towel rail not yet connected. Fantastic for the price. The linking c..."
About the hotel
The Beach Hotel together with the Regency Restaurant date back to early 1828's when the restaurant was Lawson & Son jewellery shop and the hotel was St. Alban's Hotel. In 1930 Lawson & Son jewellery shop became the Regency Restaurant and the hotel was renamed The Beach Hotel.
The Beach Hotel has recently been refurbished to a high standard yet still in-keeping with the Regency era. In the dining area you can enjoy a full English or a continental breakfast, while enjoying the view over the Brighton promenade and the British Channel. You can also enjoy, lunch or Dinner in the Regency Restaurant. The Beach Hotel lobby is a place where can find out about places to go while you stay in Brighton, or you can just sit and chat with your fellow guests and friends. So why not stay with us at the Beach Hotel in Brighton and have an unforgetable time!!!
Showing Friday 9 October 2015 to Saturday 10 October 2015Change Search
- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout , Disabled Facilities , Smoking allowed in public areas
- Hotel services
- 24 Hour Reception , 24 Hour Room Service , Concierge , Wake Up Call Available
- Family friendly
- Cots available , Interconnecting rooms available , Children's Facilities - Outdoor
- Restaurant , Lounge Menu , Breakfast to go
- In room entertainment
- In room facilities
- Safety Deposit Box , Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room , Hairdryer in each room , Trouser press in each room , Telephone In Each Room
- Doctor on call , Porter , Ground floor bedrooms , Lift to all floors
- Disabled Access Public Areas
- In-room Broadband
Useful Info Show/hide
- From 14:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
- Pets are not allowed
64% would recommend it to a friend
The Beach Hotel
I found the beach hotel to be a fantastic place to stay in Brighton.
Rooms are clean, comfortable and very good value for money. My only complaint would be that wi fi didn't reach our room and was only accessible from the lobby area however it was still free and the TV in our room had plenty of channels to choose from. The location, just opposite the west pier, is extremely convenient allowing you to get to the beach or to the city centre in a short walk. This also meant that our room had a lovely sea view which is something I've had to pay extra for in other hotels. I cannot comment on breakfast as I didn't try it but it was included free in my booking and from description sounded to be substantial. I would definitely stay at the beach hotel again and would absolutely recommend it to a friend.
very nice room, other facilities had room for improvement.
Reception was pleasant and welcoming, the 'single' room' was great with a kingsize double bed, crisp clean sheets and an abundance of towels and toiletries.
Large flat screen TV with freeview, and coffee making facilities. Only fault with the room was that the shower was a dual tap type on the bath and the low ceiling made it impossible to stand or hang up the shower attachment. breakfast was adequate with buffet style on first morning allowing you to have as much as you wanted (although plates were very small). On the 2nd morning, I was presented a ready plated breakfast as soon as I walked in dining room making it nearly cold by the time I had cereals and a coffee. the tables themselves were clean but were heavily stained with coffee-cup rings The worst fault by far was the lift. an ancient system consisting of a normal door and a metal gate which if you did not close on exiting, stranded the lift on that floor. The ride between the floors was like something at Alton towers and was quite frightening until you got used to it, especially when going down. All in all, value for money.