Things To Do

Brighton is renowned for its unique blend of exotic architecture, contemporary culture and for being an inclusive and free-thinking destination. There are so many things to do here that we can only give you a small insight into our favourites.


The Lanes

The heart of Brighton now was the heart of Brighton when it was a small fishing village. Today The Lanes is a mixture of shops, pubs, restaurants and coffee shops all intertwined into the narrow alleys of the old town.


Royal Pavilion

The Royal Pavilion grew as the seaside retreat for the Prince Regent, who later became King George IV. He loved to party by the beach and the unique design was heavily influenced by Chinese and Indian culture. Take a tour and view the lavish staterooms, the kitchens and even Queens Victorias bedroom. 


Brighton i360

Located on the seafront about 10 minutes from the hotel is the Brighton i360. It’s the tallest moving observation tower in the UK as well as the most slender tower in the world. The views at 162 metres are simply stunning – even reaching the Isle of Wight on a good day.

A couple of interesting facts for you – the pod, which can hold up to 200 people, is heavier than the entire population of Brightons seagulls – all 52,000 of them! The Nyetimber Sky Bar, where you can enjoy a glass of award winning English sparkling wine, is the highest bar on the South Coast of England.


Sea Lanes

Home to the National Open Water Swimming Centre of Excellence, the Sea Lanes Brighton is a large open air swimming pool located on the beach next to the Yellowave Beach Volleyball Centre. Its also home to various businesses including the Bison Beach Bar, yoga studios and other related units.


Seven Sisters

The iconic Seven Sisters Country Park is situated just under an hours bus ride away near Seaford and is home to the very photogenic white chalk cliffs, a river valley to spend time paddle boarding or kayaking and the open chalk grassland of the South Downs National Park to walk through and explore. Just catch the number 12 or 13 bus from the Sea Life Centre.


Best Photo Spots

Brighton is one of the UK’s most instagrammable locations and we know that you will want to make all of your friends jealous by showing off just how amazing Brighton actually is.

From the sunset shots to the street art and Brighton Beach to Devils Dyke we have it all and everything in between.


Rampion Offshore Wind Farm

Look out towards the English Channel on a clear day or night and you’ll see just some of the 116 turbines that make the Rampion Offshore Wind Farm. They have a visitors centre on the beach next to the Brighton i360 and you can even take a boat tour to see them up close and personal from the marina.

Best viewed sitting at a beach bar at sunset with a nice chilled drink!


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