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Brighton is ideal for summer visits, when its Georgian-era seafront can be appreciated to the fullest extent. Families will enjoy this time of year, particularly when it comes to making the most of the town’s sandy beach and its many seafront attractions.That said, Brighton is an interesting proposition all year round. Even on a rainy day it has a romantic quality that isn’t readily replicated in many other UK seaside resorts. And while its nightlife is vibrant, Brighton’s old-world charm has plenty to entice more seasoned visitors that enjoy a quieter holiday experience.
Hotels in the Lanes, a part of the town that offers a mixture of history and tradition, will have you perfectly located to enjoy carefree strolls around its many independent shops.Hotels in Kemptown place you close to Brighton Palace Pier – and the Brighton Dome, which is a hub of cultural and entertainment events throughout the year. Kemptown is arguably the most salubrious part of Brighton, due to its wide range of 5-star hotels that are well-suited to couples seeking a romantic getaway.Visitors looking to take advantage of the city’s extensive nightlife might like to choose a hotel on Kings Road. Here, you’ll have easy access to the best of Brighton’s pubs, clubs and music venues like The Brighton Centre. This part of town also features a great selection of hotels near Brighton beach.If you fancy the idea of staying in Brighton’s leafy, suburban centre, check out hotels in Montpelier. This neighbourhood provides a tranquil place to enjoy your Brighton vacation, while offering easy access to the seafront and town centre.The bohemian heart of Brighton is North Laine, which is home to hundreds of shops, restaurants, bars and galleries. This trendy part of the town is an excellent base to explore the rest of Brighton.Nearby Hove is especially suited to families. Two of this town’s biggest attractions are the Hove Lagoon water sports centre and the 161-square-metre Hove Park, which is ideal for picnics and play.

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