The hotel has 20 bespoke designed rooms, most with superb sea-views, to the east of Brighton Marina and to the west of Palace Pier. Bedrooms are defined by European elm doors which can be reached via a magnificent sweeping, staircase,(no lift) The individually designed rooms each have a character and features of their own, with free-standing baths set in front of the floor to ceiling offering breathtaking sea views. All en-suite rooms are fully air conditioned and finished to the highest standards with flat screen satellite televisions, state of the art DVD players, music systems with a CD library and wireless broadband connection. The restaurant is one of Brightons best and most popular restaurants will open its second in drakes. Brighton born Head Chef and Gingerman proprietor Ben McKellar has designed an innovative modern European menu for the 40 cover restaurant and private dining room for 10.
Adjacent to the restuarant, a chefs table and private dining room seating up to 10 diners in full view of the kitchen is perfect for those dining alone or for a special occasion.
A small white painted listed building overlooking Brighton Pier There is no lobby or reception area as such, with check in at a small reception desk / bar counter. Check in is quite quick and then the very efficient and friendly staff will offer you a drink and assist with any help in making your stay as enjoyable as possible. The hotel really prides itself on personal services and even a phone call ahead and the hotel can even run you a bath or have your favourite meal ready. The hotel exudes a modern, relaxed glamour with a hint of fun that will set a new standard in Brighton for the ultimate in contemporary luxury, for both business and leisure. (11/04)
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The hotel is placed in an unbeatable seafront location in the heart of Brighton. Brighton Pier, the Royal Pavilion, the Brighton Conference Centre and the Laines are all less than five minutes walk away, Gatwick Airport less than half an hour by car or train, and London only 50 minutes by train.