Mark provided a fantastic service and was friendly and helpful before I'd even checked in. Parking was organised for my trip down and whilst I couldn't check in when I arrived (at 9am, I had driven down to attend a conference) I was told which room would be mine and my bags were ready waiting for me in my room in the afternoon when I returned. In the morning I'd been given a front door key and my room keys were left for me as discussed. The room was clean and comfortable, bijoux but I didn't need a big room to rattle around in. The bed was very comfortable, with extra pillows and bedding available if you needed it. The only improvement I'd make would be to have fans available as the room did get hot and there wasn't much breeze. That said I didn't actually ask for one so maybe a lesson for me there. Breakfast was delicious, prompt but unhurried. Big eaters hoping for a belly buster will be disappointed but good value isn't always about quantity. I'd more than happily visit the Alvia again should I find myself in Brighton again as the service was second to none.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Alvia is a five storey Victorian town house close to the sea and Queen's Park. It has been sympathetically refurbished and redecorated, and the recently re carpeted rooms, which are fully en suite, include flat screen TVs and tean and coffee making facilities. Our bright and sunny west facing dining room offers a comfortable place in which to start the day. ... more less
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