Unapologetic, opulent grandeur with a view of one of the most famous piers in England, The Grand Brighton sits pride of place in the middle of a city that made its name during the Victorian era as a fashionable retreat. The hotel itself performed a central role in establishing the area’s reputation having been built in 1864, and continues its tradition of hospitality with a few contemporary updates.
Now, the area is known for its diverse culture which includes a selection of bars and restaurants as well as ice creams on the beach (which incidentally is over the road from the hotel), but The Grand’s own restaurant, GB1 is known as one of the most glamorous culinary hotspots in the area, serving locally caught seafood alongside meat and vegetarian dishes for both lunch and dinner.
The restaurant's champagne and oyster bar is also ideal for bubbles and a glamorous light bite. For something a little less formal, there is the Victoria Lounge and Terrace providing small plates and platters, as well as the famous, and rather decadent, Grand Afternoon Tea. Last, but by no means least, the Victoria Bar is the place to be and be seen enjoying cocktails, a glass of wine, or champagne.
Pets are permitted at the hotel at an additional charge of £30 per dog, per night.
Please note: The Grand Brighton is undergoing restoration work to the façade of the building and is currently scaffolded. Completion date: Early 2018 - to be confirmed. The hotel shall remain open during this time and endeavour to keep any disruption to a minimum.