Britannia Study Hotel

Britannia Study Hotel

With a city centre location on Brighton’s Western Road this sea front hotels is one of Brightons best Hotels.

The adult-only Britannia Study Hotel is one of many Brighton hotels that offers contemporary en suite rooms.

With free WiFi, the hotel is situated within minutes of numerous shops and restaurants.

Each Superior room has a TV, a safe, mini-fridge, and a work desk.

An en suite tiled bathroom comes with a hairdryer, towels and complementary toiletries.

A complimentary breakfast is served in the hotel.

Britannia Study Hotel is conveniently located just 12 minutes’ walk from Brighton Train Station and other Brighton hotels.

Many local bus routes stop on Western Road.

Many of the city’s attractions are within 15 minutes’ walk of the hotel, including The Lanes, The Royal Pavilion.

The Brighton Centre and the Sea Life Centre.

Coffee shop fiend? Into your retro? Family day out?

Whatever you like doing  you will be amply surprised to sample what Brighton has to offer. Sometimes known as London by the sea, this beautiful seaside town may feel slightly quiet in parts.

Especially down the harbourfront, but it’s also home to all manner of excellent independent boutiques, a wide array of fantastic restaurants and a LGBTQ+ party scene that’s famous the world over.

Not to mention a whole load of photo-worthy architecture going back to the city’s regal heyday.

So what are you waiting for?

From first-rate museums and some frankly magnificent architecture to a handful of more offbeat sights and attractions.

There’s  many  things to do in Brighton.

The seafront with its miles of sandy beaches  and the Churchill Square Shopping Centre are within a 5-minute walk of the hotel.

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This is our guests’ favourite part of Brighton & Hove, according to independent reviews.
Couples particularly like the location — they rated it 8.8 for a two-person trip.

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Things To Do In Brighton

There is something for everyone in the city of Brighton. Arts and entertainment are buzzing across the city from dusk until dawn.

See comedy and cabaret at the Komedia, or top bands at the Brighton Centre, enjoy world music, opera and ballet at the Brighton Dome and west end shows at the Theatre Royal. The choice of entertainment in Brighton and Hove is endless!

The city also has some of the best clubs and Sea Front Hotels on the south-coast as well as a fantastic live music scene – a must for any socialite.

For the more wholesome visitor there’s nothing quite like a bracing walk along the prom or a stroll out to sea on the Brighton Pier.

To clear heads and revive appetites! On a wild and wintry day, it’s an exhilarating experience. However if you’d rather ride, take the Volk’s Electric Railway, England’s oldest, along Madeira Drive to Brighton Marina, admiring the fine Regency terraces as you go.

Experience all the thrills of traditional and modern rides on Brighton’s famous pier – there’s a wonderful atmosphere at dusk when the sun goes down and the lights come on, great for families and people watching!

Eating out in Brighton

Eating out in Brighton and Hove is second to none. With a fantastic range of restaurants, pubs and bars and Sea Front Hotels eating out in Brighton is pure gastro heaven.

Whatever your tastes – or budget. Consistently topping awards at the Observer Food Awards, whether you’re looking for award winning cuisine, veggie treats, a tasty beachfront brunch or delicious cheap eats, eating out in Brighton is a culture in itself.
Places to visit in Brighton

Brighton is simply bursting with attractions. Experience the heritage of the Royal Pavilion and Preston Manor, indulge in the seaside fun of Brighton Pier, Brighton Marina and the Sea Life Centre or get cultural with Brighton & Hove Museums. A unique mix of heritage, culture and cosmopolitan fun, Brighton and Hove attractions cater for everyone.

For something more sedate try a boat trip or check out some of the stunning Brighton and Hove countryside sitting on Brighton’s doorstep. With a backdrop of the Sussex Downs and traditional English countryside, Brighton and Hove is also a great base for exploring the region.

Nightlife in Brighton

Brighton’s nightlife can very roughly be divided into three geographical areas; the seafront, which is conveniently removed from any close neighbours and has several clubs in the old arches; the Lanes and North Laine areas, where there is more variety and most clubs and bars appeal to a larger audience; and Kemp Town, which is also very diverse but with a stronger fringe touch and sense of bohemian abandon.

There are plenty of good bars and pubs in Brighton. Koba Bar, 135 Western Road; The Dorset, 28 North Road; and Brighton Rocks, 6 Rock Place, in Kemp Town are all recommended.

Brighton’s clubs include Concorde, which is a famous music and dance club; Ocean Rooms, a stylish nightclub with action on three floors; and Audio, a trendy, sophisticated club with regular gigs in an intimate environment. The choice is as varied as the people that frequent them and well worth exploring until you find your favourite!

The live music scene in Brighton is also very good with many excellent venues. Concorde also doubles up as a very popular rock venue. The Old Market in Hove is good for folk music. Both Komedia and the Brighton Dome are great venues for a wide range of musical styles and genres.

For more local reviews [] and to find out about all the best venues and places to visit in Brighton then visit We Love Local’s Brighton Guide []. Full contact details are given for all local business listings. You can also read reviews and recommendations and view Brighton businesses on a large map.

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