Best Deals for Budget Friendly Accommodation
BN1 1NT, Brighton & Hove, 35 Old Steine
Built in 1826, this seaside hotel is opposite Brighton Pier, a short walk from the Royal Pavilion, and has sea views. It offers free Wi-Fi in the public areas. Royal Albion Hotel has a restaurant,... read more
£ 31.00View Rates
BN1 2HX, Brighton & Hove, Kings Road 135
In Brighton’s vibrant city centre, The West Beach Hotel is located on the promenade. With stunning sea views and surrounded by clubs and restaurants, the hotel also offers free WiFi. Rooms have en-suite bathrooms, a... read more
£ 35.10View Rates
BN3 2GU, Brighton & Hove, First Avenue
The 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... read more
£ 38.00View Rates
BN3 2PX, Brighton & Hove, Third Avenue
Situated on a tree-lined avenue, Langfords Hotel is just a few metres from the shingle beach of Brighton & Hove's historical seafront. The shops and restaurants of Brighton’s city centre can be reached in a... read more
£ 38.00View Rates
BN1 2NA, Brighton & Hove, 139 - 141 Kings Road
Situated in central Brighton and with views of the seafront, this magnificent Grade II Listed building overlooks the West Pier and offers free Wi-Fi. The rail station is a 15-minute walk from Kings Hotel. A... read more
£ 43.00View Rates
BN1 2PQ, Brighton & Hove, 143-145 Kings Road
On Brighton’s seafront promenade, this hotel offers elegant interiors and scenic sea views, 15 minutes’ walk from the Royal Pavilion. Cooked breakfasts are served, and free WiFi is available. Bright and warmly furnished, each room... read more
£ 44.00View Rates
BN1 2DA, Brighton & Hove, 150 Western Road
With a city centre location on Brighton’s Western Road, the adult-only Britannia Study Hotel offers contemporary en suite rooms with free WiFi, and is situated within minutes of numerous shops and restaurants. Each room has... read more
£ 45.90View Rates
BN2 1TL, Brighton & Hove, Marine Parade
The New Madeira is centrally located on the Brighton seafront, opposite the Brighton Pier. There is free Wi-Fi in all areas. Each bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, a flat-screen TV and tea/coffee facilities. The New... read more
£ 52.93View Rates
BN2 1AG, Brighton & Hove, 9 Charlotte Street
Just a 1-minute walk from Brighton seafront, Fab Guest offers stylish accommodation in Kemptown. This 5-storey Georgian townhouse has en-suite rooms displaying unique design features and original artworks, and has free WiFi throughout. All rooms... read more
£ 54.00View Rates
BN2 1TR, Brighton & Hove, 31-34 Marine Parade
The stylish, gay friendly Legends Hotel is on Brighton’s seafront, in the heart of Kemptown. It boasts the Legends Bar & Nightclub and rooms with sea views and free Wi-Fi throughout. The rooms at Legends... read more
£ 56.70View Rates
BN1 1NR, Brighton & Hove, 31-38 Kings Road
This striking Georgian property is on the seafront, overlooking Brighton beach. The property is just a 5-minute walk from Brighton Pier, shops, lively bars and popular restaurants. Brighton Old Ship Hotel’s accommodation is well equipped... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
BN1 4DJ, Brighton & Hove, 101 Stroudley Road,
Next to Brighton Railway Station, in the city centre, the Jurys Inn Brighton is a 15-minute walk from the beach. It boasts a 24-hour reception, bar and restaurant. The Brighton Centre, the retail centre of... read more
£ 64.80View Rates
BN1 1NS, Brighton & Hove, 1-5 Kings Rd
On the seafront in the heart of Brighton's 'Lanes', this friendly hotel is well-located for nightlife, shopping, restaurants and the beach. The Queens Hotel and Spa has spacious, modern rooms with flat-screen Freeview TVs, toiletries,... read more
£ 65.00View Rates
BN1 2FU, Brighton & Hove, Kings Road
Hilton Brighton Metropole looks out over Brighton seafront and is close to the shops and city centre. The grand Victorian building has large rooms, two restaurants, a spa and a fitness centre with an indoor... read more
£ 68.85View Rates
BN1 1GE, Brighton & Hove, 17 Jubilee Street
In the vibrant North Laine area of Brighton, the sumptuous My Brighton fuses cutting-edge technology with unique design. The boutique hotel has an authentic Indian restaurant and intimate cocktail bar. With bespoke artwork and colorful... read more
£ 72.00View Rates
BN1 2GS, Brighton & Hove, Kings Road
Overlooking 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.... read more
£ 73.60View Rates
BN2 5WA, Brighton & Hove, Brighton Marina
Malmaison Brighton looks out over Brighton Marina to the sea. It has free parking, a bar, a restaurant, modern rooms with monsoon showers and outdoor terraces looking out over the water. Malmaison Brighton is on... read more
£ 79.00View Rates
BN1 2JF, Brighton & Hove, 137 Kings Rd
Located on the vibrant Brighton seafront, the Holiday Inn Brighton Seafront offers breathtaking sea-facing bedrooms with air conditioning. The hotel boasts the Open Lobby bar and restaurant with a terrace that has uninterrupted views of... read more
£ 79.00View Rates
BN1 1NA, Brighton & Hove, 60-64 Kings Rd
Opposite a iconic beach, Brighton Harbour Hotel & Spa is set on the lively seafront, about 2 minutes' walk from The Brighton Centre and offers free WiFi. Brighton Harbour Hotel & Spa is just a... read more
£ 90.00View Rates
BN1 2FW, Brighton & Hove, 97-99 Kings Rd
With its sumptuous Renaissance style, The Grand Brighton has a magnificent location on Brighton’s seafront and is just a 10-minute walk from Brighton Pier. The rooms at The Grand Brighton have high-quality furnishings, including Egyptian... read more
£ 94.00View Rates
Book the Cheapest Deals
If you love the beach, the sun and the sand and want to help your youngsters create meaningful memories in a beautiful environment, you might as well book a room at one of the many cheap hotels in Brighton and Hove. The town displays a fascinating combination: it has the energy of a magnetic, dynamic city and also shares the freedom of the deep blue sea.
Brighton & Hove – Seafront – Why Book a Room near the Beach ?
There’s nothing boring about the seafront or its various budget-friendly accommodation options. From green spaces to beachfront sports and prestigious events, Brighton beach has it all. If you don’t want to burn your skin under the hot summer sun, you can always sip a fruity drink under an umbrella and relax on a beach chair.
Those who are tired of this method of relaxation and would much rather invest their time in exciting, energy-consuming activities can always check out some of the many historical landmarks and tourist attractions available in this picturesque region. In only a few days, you would manage to get familiar with the world famous pebble beach, the Victorian Aquarians, the Brighton wheel, the Brighton Pier and the Royal Pavilion. The Royal Pavilion is an exotic palace that was purchased by the city in 1850. At that point, it carried a price tag of 53,000 pounds.
You can explore the town centre by car or enjoy short, romantic walks. Whichever option you choose, you will most likely manage to admire the natural beauty of fascinating forts, castles, country houses, parks and gardens.
Popular Brighton Marina is only a short distance away.
Family Rooms, Swimming Pool…
If you wish to make the most of a summer holiday on a budget, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to start by inventorying the most welcoming budget hotels available offering value for money in this area. Kempfield House is one of them. Located in the city centre, this building displays an interesting mix of modern comfort and traditional features dating from the 18th century, perfect for short breaks.
Placed in the town centre of Brighton’s Lanes, Queens Hotel and Spa is one of the best family hotels with swimming pool that you could ever find. In case you’d rather spend a great deal of time inside a classic, slightly conservatory town house with gorgeous sea views, you may want to book a room at the famous Regency Hotel Brighton, built in 1807. Located just one mile from the railway station, this could be the cheap accommodation alternative that you were looking for all along.
Jurys Inn Brighton is set on a perfect location, only a short walk from the beautiful beach and lets you profit from 24-hour reception, a nice restaurant and bar and overall more than satisfactory service. The same goes for Premier Inn Brighton City Centre, which has made a name for itself mostly due to its modern, spacious rooms and its fantastic traditional restaurant.
When travelling on a budget, it’s best to look for 2 or 3 star rating establishments. This budget hotels provide good value for money. Book online and save on a Brighton seafront hotel.