Hamptons Brighton

3 New Steine, Brighton, BN21PB, United Kingdom
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Very Good
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Average
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Poor
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  • Couples54
  • Solo83
  • Business73

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Hostels in Brighton

by His_Beloved

Hey-hey! I want to visit Brighton this summer for a couple of days since a Scottish friend of mine here in Japan recommended it so highly. Problem is, do I need to worry about making reservations at a hostel since it will be peak traveling season? The one's recommended by LP don't seem to even take reservations and I'm worried about showing up and not having a place to stay....

Re: Hostels in Brighton

by ballerina

In my experience, there is always hotels and hostels to be found in Brighton. There are loads and loads of accomodation.

But in peak time you may find only poor quality or expensive or places far from the town centre.

Keep trying and find a reservation before you arrive.

Every 'tourist information office', in every town, in the UK can book you a hotel room, even on the day you arrive (may do hostels, I do not know). So use them if you need to.

Brighton is so wicked that you will find as may Brits as travellers holidaying there!

Re: Re: Hostels in Brighton

by robine

Definitely book beforehand. My son and his girlfriend were there one recent Saturday, and failed to find a room anywhere.

Travel Tips for Brighton

Henry the Insurance agant

by sourbugger

Only in Brighton.

Henry has a responsible job with an insurance firm in the city of London. He wears a sharp suit Monday-Friday and takes the train home to Hayward's Heath everyday at 6.43 - regular as clockwork.

When Saturday comes, it's a different story. Now he wants to be known as Emily-Sabrina, and likes to wander up and down Brighton Promenade dressed in nothing more than a thong and a pink taffetta feather-boa.

Takes all sorts.

British Money

by HORSCHECK

Even though the United Kingdom is a member of the European Union (EU) since 1973, they don't have the EURO as currency. The currency of the United Kingdom is still the British Pound. 1 Pound is worth 100 Pence. You can get your money with your credit or debit card from ATMs or just by exchanging your local money at one of the bureaux de change.

The West Pier

by sourbugger

The west pier was always seen as the more upmarket and superior sister to the West or Palace pier. It's interiors were such that it was graded as a Listed category one building. Quite how this helped in practice is unclear - as the rump of rusting spindly ironwork some meters out to sea is all that is left.

It's clearly visible anywhere along the seafront, but how long this will continue is anybody guess. Apart from triggering memories in those who knew the pier in better days (long before my time) it could be best described now as no more than "a danger to shipping".

Eastbourne

by hayward68

A quieter seaside town east of Brighton. The average age of the people on the seafront is probably 30 years more than those in Brighton. A lot more peaceful. I think it's a great place to take small children as there are less people.
You can walk along the pier in Eastbourne as well.
From this town you can take boat tours which will take you out to Beachy Head.

the zap

by iguana23 about the zap

Now some say the Zap isn't as good as it was. I think I had some very good nights down there in the past, the memory is a bit hazy ;)

Used to go to the Pussycat club on Friday nights at the zap when I first lived in Brighton, which was fab. Went to the Zap on a Saturday a few months back and wasn't that impressed.

The thing I do love about the Zap though is sitting on he window seats looking out at the sea, especially when the waves are crashing up over the beach. depends on the night.

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Address: 3 New Steine, Brighton, BN21PB, United Kingdom