One of England’s most colourful and vibrant cities, a visit to the city of Brighton and Hove is not to be missed.
To ensure you get the best possible stay in Brighton at the best possible price, we’ve compared more than 100 different cheap hotels in Brighton to bring you our pick of the best.
Located in Kemptown, Brighton’s trendy quarter, Fab Guest is just a stone’s throw away from some of Brighton’s best cafes and quirky independent shops. The seafront is just a 1-minute walk from the hotel, perfect for evening walks along the promenade.
All the rooms in the 5-storey Georgian townhouse are individually decorated with furniture and works of art from local designers. Each room has a large bed, TV, and a keyless lock system. WiFi is available throughout and all the rooms are soundproofed to keep out noise from the nearby streets.
The Bow Street Runner is a traditional English pub with rooms. Don’t worry about it being noisy, though; there’s no loud music, games machines, or food at the Bow Street Runner. The owners pride themselves on being nothing more than a simple British pub.
Situated in Brighton’s twin city Hove, the Bow Street Runner is a short 15-minute walk from Brighton. Brighton Pier, the Theatre Royal, and The Royal Pavilion are all roughly 1km from the Bow Street Runner.
All the rooms have free Wifi, a flat screen TV, and DVD player. All rooms also have a fridge and tea and coffee making facilities.
One Broad Street is a 4-star boutique Bed and Breakfast set within a beautiful period townhouse. The shabby chic townhouse features the bright, airy rooms, each with its own king size bed. Wifi is available throughout the hotel.
Brighton Conference Centre is just a short walk from the hotel while Brighton’s famous Lanes are less than a 5-minute walk away.
Situated opposite the West Pier, the Regency Hotel has a central location that’s ideal for exploring Brighton and nearby Hove. Once the home of Winston Churchill’s great grandmother, the owners converted the 200-year-old property into a hotel in 1976.
All the rooms in the hotel overlook either Regency Square or the sea. Tea and coffee making facilities are available in each room, along with a hairdryer.
The Waterfront overlooks Brighton’s seafront, offering guests fantastic views of the English channel. Brighton Pier and the Royal Pavillion are just 400 meters from the property. Brighton train station is less than a 10-minute walk, making the Waterfront an ideal choice for those arriving at Brighton by train.
All the rooms at The Waterfront are air-conditioned and feature a Flat-screen TV. All rooms have an en suite bathroom and come with slippers, bathrobes, and free toiletries.
Guests at The Waterfront can also enjoy access to Otium Health & Leisure. Facilities at the health club include a swimming pool, fully-equipped gym, steam room, and sauna.