Brighton beachfront is a buzzing playground of swimming, surfing, sailing, basketball, volleyball, skateboarding and lots more. Away from the water, there are plenty of spectator sports – enjoy a day at Brighton Races or a night at Brighton Greyhound stadium. Or take a Brighton Walks tour – a Ghost Walk or Legends of the Lanes – or one of our great, simple to use audio walking tours from Tourist Tracks.
The rolling South Downs are great for walking and cycling, and all year round there are hundreds of events from the famous London to Brighton RAC Veteran Car Run and National Speed Trials, to powerboat racing and kite festivals.
As soon as the sun goes down Brighton’s nightlife gets going. From dusk to dawn, seven days a week, the city is alive with theatregoers, film enthusiasts, dancers, clubbers and party animals.
Catch one of the latest bands at a Brighton city centre pub or try one of Brighton’s coolest clubs on the south-coast.
Brighton is rapidly becoming one of Englands most desirable locations to visit with countless activities and locations to view. Brighton has become world renowned as one of the most popular places to visit inside the UK, with countless tourist attractions to experience such as the iconic Ferris wheel or perhaps the amusement filled pier, filled to the brim with fun amusement rides and games.
We’re only minutes walk away from some top seafood restaurants in Brighton.
The 450-foot viewing platform offers breathtaking 360-degree views over all of Sussex!
The nightlife in Brighton is world-renowned and well worth exploring, with enough clubs to satisfy most party needs.
Brighton is one of the most popular Stag & Hen do destinations in the country.
The stony beaches and blue sea is the perfect setting for a relaxed day out with the family, or perhaps an adrenaline filled a day with some water sports ranging from scuba diving to wakeboarding.
Residents can use our sister hotel’s fitness and wellness facilities free of charge.