The Grand Hotel
King Edwards Parade
25miles SE of Brighton, 18miles SW of Hastings, Eastbourne Rail (1.2 miles)
Spa & Leisure
The Grand Hotel (also referred to as 'The White Palace') is an exquisite 5* Victorian hotel which was built in 1875 and the only 5* seaside hotel in England. Many great names have graced this hotel and enjoyed the amazing views over this impressive stretch of coastline, including Winston Churchill, Charlie Chaplin and the composer Debussy, who wrote his symphony 'La Mer' here in 1905.
The state of the art facilities gymnasium will provide a challenging work out or if you prefer to take to the outdoors you could swim in the sea or stretch your legs on a brisk coastal walk to the celebrated Seven Sisters cliffs and feast your eyes on the heavenly sights.
Or... you could sit back relax, swim in the indoor and outdoor pools, rejuvenate in the whirlpool, find tranquility in the steam room and enjoy a taste of summer in the sauna and solarium. Even more inviting, a relaxing treatment performed by a host of accommodating highly skilled therapists.
Please Note: The Indoor Pool, Steam Room and Jacuzzi will all be closed for refurbishment from the 5th - 12th June 2017. The heated Outdoor Pool, the gym and beauty treatments rooms will still be open.
Hotel & Accommodation
There are seven grades of accommodation to cater for everyone's needs. They range from Deluxe and Executive rooms and move through to suites and the ultimate Penthouse Suite.
All rooms feature splendid en suite facilities, robes, Molton Brown toiletries, Hairdryer, Trouser press, Satellite TV, Broadband internet access, Direct dial telephone with voicemail and Digital clock radio.
The Grand Hotel comes highly recommended with the two red AA rosette awards and four RAC dining awards to it's name. The Garden Restaurant is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner and serves traditional English cuisine. The Mirabelle Restaurant, open from Tuesday to Saturday inclusive, has been awarded 2 AA Rosettes and offers a more modern, European menu (‘Jackets and collared shirts are preferred for gentlemen in both restaurants. No T Shirts or Sportswear). The afternoon tea at The Grand is an absolute must!