Astra House, Kings Road
These lovely five star apartments are, as the name suggests, in the heart of Brighton, just a short walk from the Brighton Centre, the Lanes, the Pier, the Sea Life centre and lots more. The one bedroom apartment in an Art Deco sea front building can sleep 4 and has been fully refurbished with a modern lounge and stunning views of the sea. It also benefits from a large roof terrace that furniture. It has a fully fitted kitchen plus coffee bar, diner and convenience store within the same building. The two bedroom apartment is a modern, open plan lounge and dining area with great city and sea views. There’s a terrace bar and restaurant within the same building as the apartment.
£175.80 / pn
78a St James's Street
If you’re looking for an apartment that accommodate a large group, then Rock Place might be the one you are after. Based in Brighton’s Kemptown area, this serviced apartment has four bedrooms and can sleep up to 13 people. Three of the bedrooms have twin beds and the fourth has bunk beds. In addition to that there is a Cube Bed in each of the bedrooms. The apartment has free wifi and free parking. Rock Place is about 10 minutes’ walk from Brighton Pier and the famous Theatre Royal.
£264.00 / pn
This attractive two bedroom flat in Brighton can sleep up to 6 people and is just a 2 minute walk from the seafront. It benefits from a fully fitted open plan kitchen with a dining table in the living area. It has two spacious bedrooms but wifi is available but does incur an additional cost. From this apartment on Avalon, it’s a short walk to the pier and the popular Lanes shopping are is a 7 minute walk.
£195.00 / pn
62 Britannia Court, The Strand, Marina Village
This stylish apartment in the Marina Village area is just a 15 minute walk from the beach. It has bright, attractive decor, a private garage and a lovely balcony with sea views. Up to four people can stay in thuis modern two bedroom apartment.
£153.70 / pn
Flat 2 116 Lansdowne Place
Just 800 metres frmo the Churchill Square Shopping Centre is this attractive one bedroom apartment which can accommodate up to four guests. Some of the features include TV, DVD, iPod docking station, free wifi and a furnished outdoor terrace area.
£130.00 / pn
Flat 2, 31 Queens Park Road
This cosy one bedroom serviced apartment in Kemp town can sleep up to four guests. Stylishly and thougtfully furnished, it has a contemporary look and benefits from sea biews. It has free wifi, a fitted kitchen and an impressive bathroom. The Pier is about 20 minutes’ walk away from this apartment which is in Queens Park Road.
£100.00 / pn
10 Seafield Road
These apartments are in the Hove area, in a quiet residential, tree-lined road, close to the sea front. Each apartment has a kitchen and there’s also a vending machine in the reception area for your convenience. Hove railway station is a 15 minute walk away and the Churchill Square Shopping Centre in Brighton takes about half an hour on foot.
£75.00 / pn
44 Russell Square, Brighton,
There are a variety of apartment sizes here that can accommodate four, five or six guests. The properties are just a five minute walk from Brighton beach and also very conveniently placed for local shops. The spacious, clean apartments have free Wi-Fi and fully equipped kitchen including a washing machine.
£65.00 / pn
Enjoy a visit to "London By The Sea"
and stay in a serviced apartment for extra space and privacy.
Serviced apartments in Brighton offer a cost effective
alternative to traditional hotels, and also allow you to
enjoy a home from home with a front door, and a proper
kitchen. Many people also enjoy the privacy of having their
own space for the duration of their stay without having to
spend time dealing with hotel staff. Whether it's a short
leisure break, or if you're visiting Brighton for work, a
serviced apartment could be just the thing.
Serviced apartments in Brighton make a great alternative to
staying in a hotel.
Eating out in Brighton
Brighton has a plethora of excellent restaurants so
if you don't fancy cooking in your serviced
apartment, there's no shortage of places to try. For
seafood, we recommend the long-established family
business, the Regency Restaurant
. This Brighton
favourite is known for its well cooked locally
caught seafood and counts celebrities such as Roy
Hodgson amongst its loyal fans. Established in 1965,
the Regency Restaurant by the sea front in King's
Road, has earned positive comments from Jay Rayner
and Rick Stein.
Visit their website for more information
them at 131 King's Road, BN1 2HH.
Brighton was granted City status at the turn of the new millennium,
and is a popular destination on England's south coast. It's
buzzing with culture and the arts, and its Laines are famous
the world over as an interesting shopping experience.
Do check out the famous Brighton Royal Pavillion. This
exquisite pleasure palace was built for the Prince Regent
about two hundred years ago.
also has a reputation for being a gay friendly destination with
a friendly gay community and a wide selection of gay bars and
Useful Brighton Links