Royal Albion Hotel, Brighton
Located opposite Brighton Pier, the Royal Albion is a regency style hotel that was built in 1826. The traditional décor adds character and charm to this seafront hotel.
All 219 bedrooms are complete with an en-suite, TV, hairdryer, trouser press and tea and coffee making facilities.
The hotel prides itself on being a family hotel with entertainment on some weekday evenings consisting of bingo, quizzes and varied singers.
Dine at Jenny’s Restaurant with amazing views over the sea. The Pavillion bar is a great place to relax with an evening drink and watch the sunset on Brighton Beach.
Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas or guests can enjoy two complimentary sessions per day. There is a 24 hour car park a 10-minute walk from the hotel at a cost.
One of Britain’s most famous coastal landmarks, Brighton is bursting full of things to do and the prefect destination for your next seaside break.
Spend your day exploring the city, with a SEA LIFE Centre, art galleries, the Brighton Pavillion and sightseeing bus tours, there’s something there for everyone.
Wander through the historic Lanes and see the collection of independent shops and boutiques. It’s also where you’ll find Choccywoccydoodah, a chocolaterie and café full of mouthwatering treats.
No trip to Brighton is complete without a visit to the famous Brighton Palace Pier. Set in the center of Brighton and Hove’s coastline, the Victorian Pier is home to a huge range of food and drink concessions, two arcades, fairground attractions and a huge indoor soft play area.
At night Brighton comes alive with sea front nightclubs and a whole range of restaurants for you to choose from.