Step back to the Regency period in the exotic rooms of Brighton’s iconic Royal Pavilion.
Brighton’s Royal Pavilion is rich with history from its construction in 1787 as a seaside retreat for George, Prince of Wales (who was later to become King George IV). It even had a stint as a hospital for recovering First World War soldiers!
The Indian-style rooftop domes added in 1822 by the world-renowned designer John Nash, fast became an unusual icon of Brighton. Highlights include the extravagant interiors with chinoiserie, fine paintings and ever-impressive architecture.
Incentivise your team with private tours where they can step back in time in a Music Room lit by nine lotus-shaped chandeliers, a Banqueting Room laid out for a Regency feast, and step behind the scenes in the Great Kitchen. Appetites suitably whetted, take afternoon tea with Sussex clotted cream and jam in the Royal Pavilion tearoom overlooking the glorious gardens.
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