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Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront

6 Kings Road, BN1 1NE Brighton
Overlooking the seafront
Free Wi-Fi
Bar
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Swimming pool
Gym
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24-hour front desk
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Jurys Inn Brighton

101 Stroudley Road, BN1 4DJ Brighton
Next to Brighton Railway Station
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Brighton

On the south coast of England, Brighton is a vibrant seaside resort that’s got something for everyone. In Brighton city centre, quirky boutiques stand beside award-winning vegetarian restaurants, and musicians perform impromptu sets beside Brighton Pier before heading to a nearby microbrewery. Sea and sun-seekers will find Brighton beach the ideal place to relax in a deckchair or go kayaking among the waves. For anyone searching for places to stay in Brighton, Jurys Inn Brighton and Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront have stylish, contemporary rooms and are centrally located, making them ideal bases from which to explore the city.

Get your bearings

No trip to Brighton is complete without visiting the Royal Pavilion, an extravagantly ornate royal residence with manicured gardens set a few streets back from the sea. Originally built as a seaside retreat for King George IV in 1787, it’s now a popular museum and picnic location. A short walk away, on the waterfront, the Brighton Fishing Museum documents the town’s vibrant fishing heritage with photographs, artworks, models and boats.

Don’t miss

Brighton celebrates all things creative and individual, so it’s no surprise it’s home to plenty of cool, quirky shops. For rummage-worthy boutiques and upscale antique shops, head to The Lanes, or cross the road to The North Laine cultural quarter for vintage stores stocking everything from 1950s jewellery and handbags to Mexican rugs and sofas. If you’re after high-street shopping, you’ll find it all in the Churchill Square Shopping Centre.

While you’re there

Brighton is renowned for its vibrant nightlife. From hole-in-the-wall microbreweries to sleek cocktail bars and clubs for dancing into the early hours, there’s a night here for every taste. Start things early with a meal at one of Brighton’s many dining options, which span everything from streetside markets tol fine dining courtesy of Michelin Guide-recommended vegetarian restaurant Terre à Terre.

On the south coast of England, Brighton is a vibrant seaside resort that’s got something for everyone. In Brighton city centre, quirky boutiques stand...
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