Unpack GoCompare's guide to Brighton hotels
Home to the famous Brighton Palace Pier, and a vibrant bar and restaurant scene, there’s never a dull moment in Brighton. So, if you want to make your stay a special visit in a fabulous hotel, we’ve got the guide for you.
- Brighton has a range of hotels to suit every traveller
- Some hotels cater exclusively to those in the LGBT community
- Room prices can change daily
Whether you're looking for a plush five-star hotel on the seafront, or a hidden, cheap little gem, comparing Brighton hotels is a great way to start your trip.
Hotels in Brighton
A city rich in culture, nightlife, and history, Brighton has no shortage of hotels to suit every traveller’s needs. From boutique rooms in chic hostels to luxuriously palatial seafront buildings, it really does have it all.
To cap it all, in many locations, dogs can stay for free! So not only can you have an excellent holiday in a beautiful seaside city, you can also enjoy it with your favourite furry friend. What could be better?
Cheap hotels in Brighton
Depending on when you book and what time in the year you want to enjoy your stay, most of the hotels in Brighton offer rooms from prices from upwards of about £40 per night. So it won’t necessarily break the bank to brave the bright lights of Brighton.
For those who want to travel on a serious budget, there are hostels which offer rooms from around £15 per night. These were rough starting prices in April 2018.
Romantic hotels in Brighton
Forget Paris, the City of Love. Forget Venice and its gondola rides. If you want a romantic getaway, look no further than Brighton. It boasts gorgeous classical- and regency-style buildings, as well as wonderful beaches. There are also several hotels that regularly feature on guides to romantic stays within Britain – such as the themed rooms of the Hotel Pelirocco, or the aptly-named A Room With A View, located in a Grade II-listed Georgian townhouse overlooking the Palace Pier.
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Some of these hotels may even offer specific packages to really accentuate the romance on your holiday. The Hotel Pelirocco, for example, sometimes offers those on honeymoon tailor-made hampers to spice up their evenings. So too does Drakes’ Hotel. Others, such as the Grand Brighton, might offer spa packages for you and your partner to enjoy.
Prices in such hotels do go slightly above average, starting at roughly £100 per night. But when romance is on the cards, why not splash out a bit more and indulge yourselves?
LGBT hotels in Brighton
Brighton is home to a large LGBT population, and with Brighton and Hove Pride attracting upwards of 300,000 people in 2017 alone, there are lots of LGBT hotels ready to welcome guests from far and wide.
All accommodation within Brighton is LGBT friendly, and there are hotels that cater exclusively to those who identify as LGBT too.
Top tips for cheaper hotels in Brighton
Keeping up with hotel prices can be tricky, as they alter on a daily basis. But we can help you compare the prices of hundreds of hotels daily to help you find the right price for you.