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“This arty 23 bedroom hotel, cocktail bar and restaurant is centrally located in Regency Square, with sea views over the iconic West Pier. Cool, contemporary decor in the middle of Brighton with lots of galleries and good restaurants just minutes away. Really great for weekend group getaways.”

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“This arty 23 bedroom hotel, cocktail bar and restaurant is centrally located in Regency Square, with sea views over the iconic West Pier. Cool, contemporary decor in the middle of Brighton with lots of galleries and good restaurants just minutes away. Really great for weekend group getaways.”

Hotel Overview

“Set on arguably Brighton's most iconic square, this stunning hotel offers an unbeatable sense of excitement. Stylish, arty and well priced- this hotel has an informal vibe with friendly and helpful staff. Rooms are spacious and quirky with a range for all types, be it romantics, cool cats or families/groups (one suite has 4 bunks.) There are also lovely rooms with sea facing views. The restaurant offers lunch and dinner with seasonal menus and surprising dishes. In addition, guests can enjoy cocktails prepared by our in-house team Sam Turner and Harry Pygos. A truly unique in house cocktail shack made with wood salvaged from the Pier. This hotel has a lot to offer, making it the perfect place to explore this eclectic city on a weekend getaway!”

Recommended for
  • Great walks
  • A stones throw from the beach front
  • Sights nearby
  • Walking distance to Brighton Pier
  • Close to nightlife
  • Explore everything this eclectic city has to offer.
  • Other Activities
  • Visit The Theatre Royal
  • Local markets
  • Explore 'The Lanes'
  • City Style
  • Groups
  • Foodies

Facilities

  • Parking
  • Games room
  • Rooms with balcony/terrace
  • Meeting Room
  • Bar
  • Cots available
  • Private dining room
  • Free wifi
  • Wifi
  • Restaurant
  • Child friendly
  • Disabled access
  • Suites
  • Satellite / Cable TV

Activities

  • Close to nightlife
  • Explore everything this eclectic city has to offer.
  • Other Activities
  • Visit The Theatre Royal
  • Sights nearby
  • Walking distance to Brighton Pier
  • Great walks
  • A stones throw from the beach front
  • Local markets
  • Explore 'The Lanes'

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“What is there to do in the area or on site?
Brighton is an English seaside resort town. About an hour south of London by train, it's a popular day-trip destination. Its broad shingle beach is backed by amusement arcades and Regency-era buildings. Brighton Pier, in the central waterfront section, opened in 1899 and now has rides and food kiosks. The town is also known for its nightlife, arts scene, shopping and festivals.
If you’re a first-time visitor to Brighton, carve out some time to see the Royal Pavilion, the former seaside pleasure palace of King George IV. It’s a little bit of history and a lot of ostentation, but thoroughly regal. Then swing by Brighton Pier and let your inner child loose on the carnival rides and nostalgic seaside fun. Poke around the independent shops, art galleries and boutiques of the Lanes, where you’ll also find plenty of spots to stop and refuel.
Nature lovers can watch ponies and deer frolic at South Downs National Park (+44 (0)1730 814810), which is only a 20-minute drive away, and spend a day rambling through the countryside. Or borrow bikes and cycle along the beach to Hove. In the evening, check out the entertaining offerings at Brighton Dome (+44 (0)1273 709709); you may be able to catch a concert, dance performance or quirky spoken-word showcase.

On site there is The Set Restaurant A 20 cover restaurant with ever changing seasonal tasting menus by chefs Dan Kenny and Semone Bonner. Enter through the reclaimed doors and sit at the open kitchen table where you can watch the chefs prepare exciting and surprising dishes.
For a more relaxed and informal vibe The Set Café is the perfect venue serving cocktails, craft beers and seasonal small plates from the same kitchen as The Set. With good music and access to the ping pong table, the Cafe is a great all round venue for a quick lunch, night out, group get together or even as a stop off venue to fuel up before heading out for the night.
For cocktail lovers The Cocktail Shack is a quirky cocktail bar with sea views. Enjoy inventive cocktails created by our in-house team, all served from a ramshackle bar made from wood salvaged from the Pier.

What kind of breakfast do you offer?
Breakfast at Artist Residence is a homely affair, with a selection of award-winning home-cooked dishes served in the Café space with beautiful views over the West Pier.

Do you offer other meals? And can you recommend good places to eat out locally?
Yes, we do. The Set Restaurant is Open Monday - Saturday for the set tasting menus for lunch & dinner, Sunday for the brunch menu 12 - 4:30pm. Reservations essential. The Set Café is Open Monday - Saturday, reservations recommended.

To eat out locally we recommend Only a 10-minute stroll from Artist Residence, The Little Fish Market (+44 (0)1273 722213) which serves up fresh fish and regional produce in a coolly casual setting, punctuated by local art work. For a classically British fresh-fish menu, look to nearby The Gingerman Restaurant (+44 (0)1273 326688). The Salt Room (+44 (0)1273 929488) has a more modern take on British cuisine, specialising in fish and meat cooked over charcoal.
Eco-conscious Silo (+44 (0)1273 674259) is in the Lanes area and claims to be the first ‘zero-waste’ restaurant in the UK; they mill their own flour, brew their own beer, eschew single-use food packaging, repurpose unused ingredients in the bakery and compost any unused food. Brighton’s award-winning vegetarian restaurant Food for Friends (+44 (0)1273 202310) has been dishing out herbivore fare since 1981. If you can’t get enough of your greens in one sitting, take home one of their cookbooks for Meatless Mondays at home. On the opposite end of the snacking scale and a bit past the train station is MeatLiquor (+44 (0)1273 917710). The Brighton outpost of this carnivore-loved eatery is, like its London cousins, best for burgers and beer.
Stylish English's Restaurant & Oyster Bar (+44 (0)1273 327980) has been a fine-dining favourite with locals and visitors for 70 years. You’ll find classic seafood dishes and modern British cuisine and, if you look closely, former patron Dame Judi Dench’s photo on the wall.
Local cafés
The Flour Pot Bakery (+44 (0)1273 424265) makes freshly baked bread and breakfast favourites daily. They also offer a winning combination of Small Batch coffee, tasty sandwiches and cakes, making a stop at either of this bakery’s Brighton locations a good bet. For a heartier brunch or lunch, swing by The New Club (+44 (0)1273 730320), an American-style restaurant in a restored building on the seafront. It’s best for brunch and burgers; try the award-winning Dirty Burger while you’re there. For afternoon cakes and tea, try artisan bakery Sugardough (+44 (0)1273 771218), which has a Hove location and a spot in the Lanes.
Local bars
The Ginger Pig (+44 (0)1273 736123) pub is a short stroll towards Hove from the hotel. Trendy The Urchin (+44 (0)1273 241881) pours out craft beer and serves up shellfish. For a relaxed atmosphere, amble over to The Temple Bar Brighton (+44 (0)1273 721501), which serves Firebird 'brewery fresh' Bohemia Pilsner straight from the brew tanks. Enjoy the sunshine with your brew on the terrace at The Jolly Poacher, or warm up by the fireside at this inviting gastropub.

Which are your most popular room types, and why?
The 12 ‘artist’ rooms have been individually decorated by local and international artists, and 12 ‘house’ rooms have up-cycled furniture and limited-edition prints. For views of the sea and (what remains of the) West Pier, pick a south-facing room. Room 21, 23, 25, are bigger ‘house’ rooms with large double windows, art prints and a claw-foot, roll-top bath with a sea view and balcony.

What facilities do you have for children and can you fit extra beds in your rooms?
Children aged six and over can stay; however, the buzzy restaurant and bar and a lack of in-house child entertainment makes this more suitable for a couples’ weekend. Highchairs and baby cots are provided. No additional beds.”

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24 rooms from $110 per night

Hotel Overview

Recommended for
  • Great walks
  • A stones throw from the beach front
  • Sights nearby
  • Walking distance to Brighton Pier
  • Close to nightlife
  • Explore everything this eclectic city has to offer.
  • Other Activities
  • Visit The Theatre Royal
  • Local markets
  • Explore 'The Lanes'
  • City Style
  • Groups
  • Foodies
Other highlights
  • Free wifi
  • Rooms with balcony/terrace
  • Full of character
  • Townhouse
  • Restaurant
  • On the beach
  • Child friendly
  • Beach nearby
  • Disabled access
  • Contemporary

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