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Superb experience. The room was beautiful with so many thoughtful touches. Location excellent. Staff truly exceptional in helpfulness. Breakfast superb and imaginative. Really can’t recommend this highly enough.
Stayed for one night, took my boyfriend to Brighton for a couple days as a birthday trip. Best price we could find for a place that actually looked welcoming and not dated. Very pleased with the decor of the rooms, we had a standard double...More
Fabulous place! Tiny room perfectly formed so that one never felt cramped. Ample wardrobe and dressing table and draws under the deliciously comfortable bed if required.
Extremely tasteful decor and proper coffee for your early morning drink.
Extremely efficient shower and LARGE soft fluffy towels....More
Stayed at the Kemp Townhouse for 2 nights as I was running the Brighton Marathon on APRIL 15th.
First impressions were mixed with hallway and stairs a little tired looking but staying in room 302 on the top floor our room looked lovely. Very nicely...More
Stayed here a couple of nights and would definitely stay again. Breakfast excellent and a big choice considering small amount of rooms. Port in room a nice surprise and something I’ve never seen elsewhere. Also smoothie at breakfast delicious. Nicely decorated and the staff lovely....More
Response from Paul L, Manager at Kemp TownhouseResponded 6 April 2018
Thank you so much for your review. I'm glad to hear you had an enjoyable stay with us. We look forward to welcoming you back in the near future.
Response from shadsie2015 | Reviewed this property |
There is parking in the road outside you have to buy a parking permit from the hotel which costs £10 for 24 hours. It's not reserved though so it is pot luck. There is parking in NCP not too far away but that is £25 + for... More
There is parking in the road outside you have to buy a parking permit from the hotel which costs £10 for 24 hours. It's not reserved though so it is pot luck. There is parking in NCP not too far away but that is £25 + for 24 hours. We managed to park right outside.
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"Ground floor at front is right by the front door - loud doorbell. Other rooms are on floors above and there..."