Brighton really is the place to be! A great seafront with many bars, cafes and shops; discrete shopping areas to suit tastes from elegant to bohemian; a huge selection of restaurants offering truly international cuisine topped off by the best nightlife on the South Coast.
If you fancy dipping your feet into the cultural side of the city, why not join the VisitBrighton Greeters for a free walking tour run by volunteers. Otherwise the Royal Pavilion is only a 3 minutes walk, which offers a very rich history of the Regency period.
You can read the History & Heritage of Brighton page to find out more about our vibrant city!
But, there's so much more to do in Brighton, so you may want to check it out before you arrive. Here are some useful websites:
Nineteen's owner Mark is on the Executive Committee of the Brighton & Hove Hotels Association which works with the local Council and national tourism boards to enhance visitors' experiences of Brighton and its hotels.