97–99 King’s Road Brighton BN1 2FW 01273 224 300
The Grand is a Brighton icon. Its 10-storey, wedding-cake-white facade has graced the seafront since 1864 and its past guests have included screen stars and politicians including John F Kennedy, Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher – who almost met a grisly end here when the building was bombed in 1984. The rooms are rather conservative, and the overall feel old-fashioned, but the place has bags of atmosphere. Afternoon tea is a must.
Have your say
You must be signed in to leave a review, please sign in or register with us to continue.Sign In
Places to eat & drink nearby
34 Regency Square, Brighton, BN1 2FJ
A new and lively Caribbean style cocktail bar.
The Dover Castle
43 Southover Street Brighton BN2 9UE
Long-standing Hanover pub that is both a good local and a great place to eat, with a short
The Basketmakers Arms
12 Gloucester Road Brighton BN1 4AD
So cosy and neighbourly that some of its regulars have been coming here for decades, this
Terre A Terre
71 East Street Brighton BN1 1HQ
The glittering champion of Brighton's vegetarian movement
The Evening Star
55-56 Surrey Street Brighton BN1 3PB
The Evening Star is close to Brighton station – just right for one last pint before the
Things to see & do nearby
This glorious stretch of pebbly shore is Brighton’s pride and joy. The section near
Brighton Pier Madeira Drive Brighton
Splendidly old-fashioned and a barrel of fun, the pier’s collection of snack stalls,
Sea Life Centre
Marine Parade Brighton BN2 1TB
A trip to the Aquarium at the foot of the pier has been part of the Brighton tourist
Pavilion Buildings Brighton BN1 1EE
The decadent excesses of this multi-domed Oriental-cum-Palladian style palace leaves you in no doubt that it was designed for pleasure.
Duke of York’s Cinema
Preston Circus Brighton BN1 4NA
Brighton’s much-loved arthouse cinema is a prominent local landmark, thanks partly to the
7-8 Kensington Gardens Brighton BN1 4AL
All manner of vintage furniture, clothing, collectibles and bric a brac under one roof
24 Duke St Brighton East Sussex BN1 1AG
Sublime chocolate shop in Brighton.
The Artist Quarter
Kings Road Arches The Lower Esplanade Brighton BN1 1NB
There are artists’ studios dotted all over Brighton, but most of them are closed to the
31A Western Road Brighton BN3 1AF
The very best of Hove’s many shops for lovers of all things artfully distressed. Vintage
South of North Street Brighton England
The narrow, medieval-style streets and narrower twittens (alleyways) of the Lanes hark back to the days when Brighton was a fishing village called Brighthelmston.
Other Places to Stay Nearby
Artist Residence Brighton
34 Regency Square, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 2FJ
A quirky hotel with individually designed rooms and a wonderfully informal atmosphere
Best of Brighton Holiday Lettings
3 Kensington Place Brighton East Sussex BN14EJ
A great first stop for any stay in Brighton - with holiday accommodation all over the city and beyond.
34 Upper Rock Gardens Brighton BN2 1QF
Brighton boutique B&B that is both stylish and refreshing unpretentious.
Old Steine Brighton East Sussex BN1 1NH
Funky budget accommodation bang in the centre of Brighton. Why pay more?
Are you the owner?
If you're the owner of this place you can sign up for a 'Featured Owner' account so that you can add your own text, images and more...Owner Sign Up
- Laundry service
- Room Service
- Spa & Treatments
- TVs with Freeview
- Wedding & Party Venue
- Town & City