On Brighton’s famous seafront, the Brighton Harbour Hotel is ideal for a seaside getaway with the girls.
It’s even got a secret underground spa… read on to find out more.
Where is Brighton Harbour Hotel & Spa?
Overlooking the sea and in the thick of the action, the Brighton Harbour Hotel & Spa is just a ten-minute walk from the railway station.
It’s easier to travel by train if you can as parking is limited in the area.
What is Brighton Harbour Hotel & Spa like?
The hotel looks like an average townhouse from the outside. But inside there’s a hidden spa with two pools, grotto-style sauna, steam rooms and hot tubs.
It’s decorated to a seaside theme – white-washed wooden walls and blue furniture give the place a tranquil feel.
What is there to do at Brighton Harbour Hotel & Spa?
Definitely visit the spa while you’re here. It’s hidden beneath the hotel in old smuggler’s tunnels and has decorative vaulted ceilings and bare brick walls.
Treatments include sea salt scrubs, mud wraps and hot shell massages.
The hotel is also close to the British Airways i360 observation tower, which celebrated its fifth birthday last August.
The 162ft structure on the seafront overlooks the city and, on a clear day, you can see as far as Beachy Head.
What is there to eat and drink at Brighton Harbour Hotel & Spa?
You might want to skip lunch because the dinner at Harby’s, the hotel’s bar and restaurant, is cracking – and there’s a lot of it.
It’s got pretty much everything, including veggie dishes of kale and goat’s cheese tagliatelle, as well as burgers and catch of the day.
If afternoon tea is more your thing, just down the road is West Beach Bar & Kitchen, which serves the most delicious scones.
What are the rooms at Brighton Harbour Hotel & Spa?
From cosy singles to sea view doubles, all are modern and come with a minibar, rainfall shower and robes.
If you’ve got a little extra cash, upgrade to a Deluxe Seaview Double.
Next to a huge window overlooking the sea, you’ll find a free-standing bath tub and indoor loungers.
All guests are treated to a complimentary sherry or gin on arrival, which they can sip as they soak up spectacular ocean views from their bedroom loungers.
How much is Brighton Harbour Hotel & Spa?
Rooms cost from £95 per night for a Cosy Double, without breakfast. See harbourhotels.co.uk/brighton.
Is Brighton Harbour Hotel & Spa family-friendly?
Yes, there are interconnecting rooms which are great for couples or solo parents with kids.
Is there access for guests with disabilities?
Yes. Some rooms are accessible .
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