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Reviews - Brighton Breeze

2Self Classified Small Hotel Ratings explained
17 Charlotte Street , Brighton, BN2 1AG
Located in a quiet street straight off the seafront in the lively city village area of Kemp Town, the Brighton Breeze Hotel gives you the best of both worlds. Here, you have everything our famous city has to offer right on your doorstep, and the feeling that you're away from it all in a world of your own. The Brighton Breeze Hotel offers comfortable, well-maintained accommodation just a few minutes walk from Brighton's bustling centre but has all the benefits of being out of the main city drag - better parking, quieter streets and a more neighbourly atmosphere.
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71% recommended this accommodation to a friend 74% would stay again
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Brighton Kemp Town
If Your coming to Brighton to see a band and have a few beers this is a cheap place to stay in Kemp Town.

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Robert M

From UK
Who stayed in March 2013

Group of men

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Not exactly brilliant - go with your eyes open!
The woman who runs this place wasn't quite as accommodating as perhaps she could have been - our welcome was awkward.
The room as a small double and smelled of fresh paint. The en-suite shower room was a bit of a joke - the shower was VERY small and the toilet flushed extremely loudly.
If you want a cheap place to stay then this may suffice but I would suggest looking around a bit more first just to check that for a little bit more money (or maybe even the same) you can't get something a little better.

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H Armistead

From UK
Who stayed in March 2013

Couple

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Dont expect miracles but totally fine
Was on a stag and needed my own room so opted for the cheapest place i could find in the vicinity. I wasnt expecting much and didnt really get much but all i wanted was a working shower, a comfortable bed and a toilet - and that's what i got. Guy at reception (if you could call it a reception) was quite funny and helpful. Everything else was either basic or not there at all, but if you expect this then find somewhere else.

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A Joyce

From UK
Who stayed in February 2013

Travelling alone

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very small room

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M KETT

From Wolverhampton, UK
Who stayed in January 2013

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Small but perfectly formed
My room was tiny, and up four flights of stairs, but the important stuff was all as should be: comfortable bed, working heating, tea-making facilities, good television, en suite bathroom with decent hot-water supply and towels, and everything was spotless. The hotel's a 20- to 25-minute walk from the train station and city centre, but Kemp Town, the studiously bohemian neighbourhood in which it's located, has a reasonably good supply of friendly pubs and eateries. The beach is five minutes away across the Marine Parade. All in all, a perfectly functional hotel for a short break. For £35 a night, you'd be hard pressed to find a better deal in a city as overpriced as Brighton.

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Martin Y

From UK
Who stayed in January 2013

Travelling alone

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