Best Brighton holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Brighton
Jurys Inn Brighton WaterfrontOverlooking the seafront, Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront benefits from its own entrance at the front of the hotel in the right corner and is just 400 metres from the Brighton Pier and the Royal Pavilion. It offers free WiFi throughout, a restaurant with sea views, a pool and a spa.Book now
The Imperial HotelThe Imperial Hotel is within a 3-minute walk from the promenade, Hove Lawns and the beach. The hotel is set in a Regency period building with high ceilings, a terrace, a spacious bar, a breakfast room and a lounge. There is free Wi-Fi available throughout the property.Book now
The city of Brighton has long been one of the UK’s favourite seaside resorts, a public love affair that stretches all the way back to the mid-19th century when the railways first brought holidaymakers from London. Combining tradition and modernity in equal measure, Brighton really does have a little something for everyone and continues to evolve as a holiday destination year upon year. As a very affordable alternative to expensive hotel rooms, the accommodation available from 9flats is hard to beat and you will find a range of private holiday apartments in Brighton for rent. These apartments are mainly situated in the residential areas of the city and give you the perfect opportunity of possibly making new friends as you stay amongst the locals. As it is a university city, couchsurfing in Brighton remains popular but a similar experience with greater levels of comfort is available simply by renting a 9flats holiday apartment to yourself.
Holiday Apartments in Brighton, the Traditional Seaside Resort
As it has a long history as a typically British seaside resort, modern-day Brighton still retains an aura of proud tradition with a number of iconic sights and attractions. Perhaps none of these is more famous than the Palace Pier, over five hundred metres of amusement arcades, funfair rides and general seaside fun. Over one hundred years old, the pier has seen its fair share of history but not as much as that witnessed by the Royal Pavilion, a lavishly extravagant building built by the future King George IV in 1787. Today, the Pavilion is the city’s top tourist attraction, attracting nearly half a million visitors every year.
Modern Holiday Apartments in Brighton
Although Brighton retains much of the historic and traditional seaside resort feel which made it popular in the first place, the city is certainly not opposed to progression either, with many modern facilities available to holidaymakers. The modern marina in Brighton makes for a highly picturesque setting and 9flats has holiday apartments in Brighton Marina Village which will put you right in the heart of it. On a similar modern note, the holiday apartments in The Lanes are ideally situated if you love shopping, as this area of the city is famous for its array of shops and independent boutiques. Although The Lanes area is actually a quaint maze of narrow alleys and streets, the overall atmosphere is one of modern charm, with many quirky cafes and restaurants adding to the appeal.
Brighton and Beyond – Accommodation across Europe and More
9flats has a range of accommodation in other UK seaside resorts too, including holiday apartments in Torquay. Outside of the UK, you will find 9flats accommodation across the world, including fabulous holiday apartments in Miami Beach. Check out availability at the 9flats site and book your next holiday now.
Latest reviews for places in Brighton
Steve was an incredible host and the apartment was amazing. Looking forward to future trips to Brighton. I can safely say that i don't think I'll be choosing anywhere else to stay.Owen reviewed Brunswick Brighton Seafront Patio Flat in The Lanes