we had a twin room on top floor which was lovely but no view. the hotel was a little expensive but I think the prices are higher than in London so our room was average price. the closeness to the seafront was the reason for chosing the Queens hotel and we were very pleased with the choice. breakfast was a little crowded but we had a fab window table after our wait. the food was good - plenty of savoury things and could help yourself. did not see the spa area as no time. wifi worked mostly. would come back, although I expect it's very expensive in the summer...
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- At the Queens Hotel in Brighton, you will receive a warm welcome from our friendly and professional team, one which will ensure your stay with us will be a truly memorable experience. The Queens Hotel Brighton overlooks Brighton Beach, the famous Brighton Pier, and promenade. The area comes alive at night with various restaurants, pubs and clubs situated around the area. The hotel has a large leisure club with Pool, & Sauna as well as 20 cardiovascular & 10 resistance machine as well as a well stocked free weights area & Olympic bench. We also have an in-house spa offering a wide range of beauty treatments & the No1 Bar and Bistro for Breakfast, Afternoon Teas and Evening meals & snacks with our Bar open till 1am Sunday - Thursday, & Late on Friday and Saturdays. We also have 14 fully serviced apartments that are an ideal option for your Brighton getaway ! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Queens Hotel Brighton