Stayed for two nights over the weekend. The hotel is well located for Hove and the sea front, though a good walk from Brighton centre, the pier and The Lanes. The room was clean and tidy, if a little small. Rooms are in urgent need of modernisation. The shower was very poor, with very low water pressure. Price was expensive for what you get, though about average for Brighton. In general, dated rooms, overpriced for the quality, though clean and comfortable.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Imperial Hotel in Brighton & Hove mixes tradition and function with a light, fresh airiness. Its ideal position – at the end of the broadest of avenues – with its uncluttered outlook by the sea, is situated alongside Hove Promenade and The Lawns. This functional, exceptionally good value hotel is of the Regency period; its high ceilings and spacious bar and lounge are noticeable, as is its still, calm ambiance. The Imperial provides an excellent level of customer service and its conference facilities, coupled with a smart bar and an attractive restaurant, make it an equally popular venue for a variety of functions. Ample Parking is available on the street and surrounding areas using our low cost residential permit scheme at just £6.00 per day. We also offer spaces on a 'first come first served basis' on our hard standing area at £15 per day. The Imperial Hotel is the perfect choice whether you are visiting for pleasure or business! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Imperial Hotel Brighton