Andorra Hotel

15/16 Oriental Place, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 2LJ, United Kingdom
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  • Families83
  • Couples50
  • Solo50
  • Business16

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The A venue Area-Brghton BN2!!!

by al_jamal

Do anyone have an idea about the above mentioned area, and whether it is nice, clean, safe and close the groceries.How to get there from Gatwick Airport? specially by Taxi? and what is the fare of it? if there is any recommended area what it would be?
I am planning to study at Brighton Uni, in Falmer Campus. So how far is it from this area? and how to get there usually?

RE: The A venue Area-Brghton BN2!!!

by leics

I don't know the area, but you can get a train to Brighton from Gatwick (don't even think about a taxi; it will cost you a fortune). The journey takes just over 30 minutes. Use for timetables and fares.

RE: RE: The A venue Area-Brghton BN2!!!

by leics

This site has a map of the campus. You will see that there is a railway station nearby, and on other webpages there are links to bus details etc.

RE: RE: The A venue Area-Brghton BN2!!!

by al_jamal

Thanks Leics I really appreciate it.

Travel Tips for Brighton


by nigelw6443

If you don't fancy eating in a pub or restaurant, grab yourself some sandwiches from Marks & Spencer and sit in Chrchill Square or down on the beach and have a tasty but cheaper lunch. Marks & Spencer do a fantastic selection of sandwiches, rolls, wraps and other lunch specials. The best sandwiches!

A funny old afternoon

by Elodie_Caroline

About a week after we'd gone to Brighton on the Tarts day out, we went again with our dad, our two brothers and our dad's friends from the Polish club on a coach day trip.

Meaning as we had already seen everything the week before, well, all of the pubs anyway, me and my sister Mel went round the town for a bit and then to the cinema. We sat there and had a splendid afternoon watching a double bill of 'Blazing Saddles' and 'Monty Python and the Holy Grail'. What a good laugh we had, and then we came out of the cinema just in time to catch the coach back home!

Packing List

by Miffy

Actually there's not much point in bringing an umbrella -it does rain a lot, but the rain usually comes with wind, so a woolly hat is better. Or a hood. You can get practically everything you need at the major chemists like Boots and Superdrug or small neighbourhood ones. Don't bring a bucket and spade -the beach is made of stones. Regretably.

The Regency Town House...

by tizfabius

The Regency Town House ( is worth seeing, but you need to call first for someone to show you around. They've taken an 18th house in Brunswick Square and are restoring it to its original glory. Fascinating stuff.


by themajor about Specs

This establishment has to be the perfect example of what Brighton does best. It takes an ordinary enough concept - in this case an opticians - and puts a slightly off-centre spin on it. More than that, it ensures that whatever it does - in this case, the provision of 'seeing equipment' for people who are making a bit of a mess of it - and pours a generous dollop of style and fashion consciousness all over it.

Take the shop display. Actually don't, because that would be stealing! Just look at the shop display and those fanged skulls wearing the specs. Now are these the remains of customers who preferred National Health Service frames to Gucci specials or is it simply a ploy to welcome shortsighted vampires and werewolves into the bosom of the community? Either way, you've got to admire 'em. You just don't see lycanthropes at Specsavers! Specs, spectacles, spectacular spectacles, contact lenses and associated products. The more fashion conscious you are, the more you'll pay.


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 Andorra Hotel

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Address: 15/16 Oriental Place, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 2LJ, United Kingdom