West Beach Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

135 Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 2HX, United Kingdom
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48%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
7%
9
Very Good
22%
29
Average
19%
25
Poor
14%
18
Terrible
36%
47

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 26% more and rated 27% lower than other 2 star hotels

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Good For Business
  • Families26
  • Couples32
  • Solo40
  • Business66

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How to go to Southampton from Brighton

by tanglisa7

for a tourist, how to go to southampton from Brighton if i dont drive?
Thanks.

Re: How to go to Southampton from Brighton

by K_V_B

By train. There is one every half hour, takes about two hours.

Re: How to go to Southampton from Brighton

by TheWanderingCamel

Your best option is the train. There's a direct train every hour at 33 minutes past the hour (0833, 0933, 1033, etc) through the day - takes 1 hours and 45 minutes

http://www.transportdirect.info/Web2/JourneyPlanning/JourneyFares.aspx?cacheparam=13

Re: How to go to Southampton from Brighton

by leics

www.nationalrail.co.uk is the official railway website, which will give you train times and fares. Journey takes just under 2 hours, some direct trains but most with a change or two, from 16.50GBP one-way.

You can also go by long-distance bus (coach) if you prefer. Coaches are cheaper than trains, but slower.

www.nationalexpress.com will give you coach times and fares. Fastest journey is 2h 55m, at 11.70GBP one-way.

Travel Tips for Brighton

Hotels in Brighton

by jo104

This is a general tip to ,ake you aware that during peak season hotels as well as B&B's only accept bookings for 2 nights over a weekend. We wanted to stay only the saturday night but found it virtually impossible. I contacted the Brighton tourism board & they gave us these 2 B&B's that offer 1 night stay only.
Forty-one 41 Cornwall Gardens
The Garth - 28 Cornwall Gardens

My personal advice would be to rather catch the last train from Brighton to Victoria which leaves at 10pm & you will still have time to tube it back home.

A Winter's afternoon

by Elodie_Caroline


Me and Chris came to Brighton this day in late January 2004, just for the day out and something to do. We did come over here a fortnight before, but the whole world and his dog came that day, and there was nowhere to park, so we just drove off around the coast and to Winchester for the day.

Anyway, this day was dull and bleak looking, so we managed to get a parking space on the seafront. We had a gad about the town, in the shopping centre, I bought a nice pink jumper from Evan's ladie's clothes shop, a walk on the pier, and had a look in the little seaside shops. Oh, and sent my mate Jeff - Seabiscuit a postcard, took a couple of photos and then came back home. by the time we got out of the outskirts of Brighton, it was pissing down with rain! But this was a really nice and relaxing day out for the two of us.

Don't get mugged

by biggeorge

Really simple tip this , most young English people carry rucksacs on their backs using only one strap , most foreign tourists use both. Use one and that person who was sizing you up might think you're a local and not have a bag full of currency and fancy camera's.

The sound of the see talks for itself!

by palomino8707

Brighton is a very nice city, i recommend it especially for young people! As im a student in this city i can only tell you about the nice clubs and the other opportunities to "chill"!
It is mostly a student city so its full of foreigners not really a tipical english city!

It's easy to get to the little...

by Miffy

It's easy to get to the little town of Lewes, just 15 mins on the train. It has some nice shops, a river, pleasant parks, restaurants, an open air swimming pool, etc. And it gives access to nice walks across the countryside.

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 West Beach Hotel

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Address: 135 Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 2HX, United Kingdom