The Grand - Brighton ​

Spa facilities

  • Sauna
  • Steam Room
  • Relaxation Room

At a glance

  • Romantic

    Adults Only

    While the hotel welcomes children and families, the spa itself is an adult only area and therefore children are not permitted use of its facilities.

  • Beach


    You couldn’t get much closer to the seafront and its corresponding pebble beach than The Grand!

  • Nightlife

    Bars and Night Life

    Brighton is one city that knows how to have a good party – and there is a whole host of bars and restaurants waiting to prove it.

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    The Palace Pier, built in 1899 is one of the most famous sites in Britain, featuring in films including both the 2010 and 1947 versions of the movie, Brighton Rock.

  • Restaurant

    Recommended Restaurant

    The hotel’s GB1 seafood restaurant is one of the town’s culinary hotspots.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa

    A luxurious and relaxing spa break, at the Grand Brighton, therapists using Natural Spa Factory, Heaven and Carita products in indulgent treatments, while offering spa facilities including a gym, sauna and aromatherapy steam room.


The Grand 97-99 King's Road Brighton

Spa & Leisure

Beyond Brighton's vibrant seafront, pebbly shores, colourful energy and quirky vibes, escape to a haven of pure relaxation and indulgence. With luxury treatment rooms, sumptuous relaxation areas and a detoxifying thermal suite; revive, pamper and drift away to your feel-good state of mind, body and soul.

The Grand Brighton spa adopts a tailored approach to your health and well-being wishes offering a menu of natural and tailored treatments including face, body and bespoke choices carefully tailored to women and men by Natural Spa Factory, plus a range of luxury Carita facials. Treatments are carried out by both male and female therapists but should you have a preference please specify at time of booking. Please be aware that there is no Jacuzzi or swimming pool.

Hotel & Accommodation

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.