Access Brighton

Brighton & Hove has a bohemian and eccentric atmosphere that can't be found anywhere else in England, offering the perfect mix of heritage and culture, with great shopping and stylish restaurants.

Don't miss the Royal Pavilion, with its Indian domes and oriental interiors, nor the city's museums and art galleries. Explore the narrow alleys of the Lanes, a maze of antiques and jewellery, and the bohemian North Laine, full of independent shops.

The city has something for everyone from the young, to the young at heart.

Where to stay

Hilton Brighton Metropole

Hilton Brighton Metropole

An elegant Victorian hotel overlooking the seafront and a short walk from the main attractions.

Thistle Brighton

Thistle Brighton

Luxury hotel overlooking the sea with a back entrance taking you to the historic Lanes.

Jurys Inn Brighton

Jurys Inn Brighton

The hotel is in the city's New England Quarter, just a short walk from Brighton Station.

Planning your visit

Royal Pavilion

Brighton & Hove

A cultural city with history and heritage for everyone to enjoy.

Brighton Museum


The city's main attractions are accessible for all and include an exotic royal palace, two museums and an Edwardian Manor house...

Couple kissing on deckchairs

A day by the sea

Pull up a deckchair and enjoy a romantic trip to the beach as everyone enjoys being by the seaside.

Shopping in Brighton


Explore the independent boutiques, antiques and jewellers of The Lanes.

Terre a Terre

Eating out

Indulge in a gourmet break with a range of cuisines to suit every palette.

Theatre Royal


The city offers a wealth of Festivals, galleries, museums, comedy and theatre.

More about Brighton

Discover more that Brighton has to offer.

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