I stayed with my sister for 4 nights, in Brighton to visit family. We wanted a reasonably priced hotel near to the shopping, and the seafront, and a view to the sea.....we managed all three!. We had originally booked at Gullivers and when we got there we shown to The New Steine, two doors away, as it is all part of the same hotel now apparently. We had a lovely twin-bedded room on the ground floor - smart, clean, everything seemed new. Fresh white beddiing, feather pillows, big fluffy towels, in a decent sized room. The only problem was because we were on the ground floor next to the front door it was REALLY noisy Friday and Saturday night. Part of the noise was coming from outside (no double glazing) from people walking past shouting to each other and generally having a good time....can't do anything about that!!! The other noise was from other guests - there was a sign asking guests not to make too much noise coming and going but we were next to the front door which was continually slamming shut....so we bought earplugs and we were fine.... Breakfast was delightful with cereals, plus fresh yoghurt and blueberries....yum. The cooked breakfast was cold by the time we got to us on the 3rd and 4th days, which is a shame as it was otherwise good. Decent toast though. All in all we enjoyed our stay and would recommend to others.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The New Steine Hotel is an elegant and fashionable five-storey Georgian Townhouse in central Brighton. With a modern design of hotel that exudes warmth and style, a cheap boutique hotel right in the heart of Brighton city centre, with a hint of French influence, the New Steine Hotel offers exceptional value and cheap rates comparable to most hotels but retains the same level of service as any more expensive hotel in Brighton. New Steine Hotel's facilities and budget are suited to both business travelers and tourists alike who want a hotel in Brighton at the right price.New Steine Hotel is a boutique hotel right in the cultural centre of Brighton. Within a short walk of the hotel are the Royal Pavilion, the Brighton Museum and of course, Brighton Pier and Beach. We would class ourselves as a boutique hotel. Why boutique? Well, we are a small hotel with a difference, offering a personal service at reasonable prices. Contemporary, with lasting appeal, a statement in design that exudes warmth and style, delicious French food, wines and drinks, impeccable service 24 hours a day and original art all around you - The New Steine Hotel is all these things, and more.From the moment you walk through the door to our boutique hotel you are pampered and welcomed. Upon check-in your assistant walks you to your room and explains all the facilities your room has to offer. Throughout your stay staff are on hand to assist with any query you may have, and on check-out (after a hearty breakfast, of course), we will ensure you an efficient and memorable departure, wishing you a pleasant journey and hoping you return again soon. A personalised concierge service is at the guests' disposal 24 hours a day for all requirements and needs and each of the bedrooms has been designed to incorporate comfort with modern needs. ... more less
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