Brighton is a sunny place, which is often one of the first places tourists visit when they get off the giant cruise ships. It's got some of the best seafood in the south of England, great ice cream and plenty of friendly people to meet and talk to. However, if you just care about your hotel and where your car will be staying, then you couldn’t care less about all of that. Instead of giving you a tour of Brighton and all its activities, we’re going to alleviate some of your anxiety by showing you 15 great Brighton hotels with parking.
They weren’t lying, this really is a hotel with a great view. Well, as great a view as the Channel can be anywhere! The hotel gives you straightforward views of the beaches and the seafront which is gazing towards Brighton longingly. The hotel offers all guests a free breakfast, so eat to your heart’s content every morning. Try to get one of the rooms that overlooks the pier, it's a fantastic picture to wake up to.
This hotel has it's rooms right on the port. Lots of small boats moar up here and it's a great chance to be shown around the coast by a local coastal boat service. Perhaps the best of all is the bright decor. It really went all out with the interior design, making it for one of the better stays in the city.
If you want a more sophisticated hotel, whether you're travelling for business or it's just more your jam, the Innkeeper's Lodge is the place to be. The earth tones and the purple bedding is a great combination. Not to mention, the restaurant serves fresh seafood, with the usually battered cod and haddock in never-ending supply.
This is a pub hotel so you can expect to be in the heart of a local neighborhood. The drinks are very affordable and the decor is pretty much straight-up Tudor. It's a great little place to stay, with free parking, free Wifi, and there is also a restaurant in-house.
This one is quite a homely hotel, with lots of warm hues and Georgian interior. You can spot this because the staircase has a thick and swooping design, made out of wood and stone. The rooms can come with a great view but most of all, the food is really great. The restaurant gets high praise from most who venture in.
A very stylish hotel, and the building itself is a sight to see. It's huge, with a somewhat bourgeois or bohemian design. Inside that is exactly what you’ll see, with large indoor plants, exotic colours, and plush decor with lovely handmade accents. The bar does some pretty cool tropical cocktails, too.
A modern hotel with no necessary frills. The rooms are a little bit bland and can make you feel like you’re in the waiting room of your local dentist, but they’re very affordable and it's close by to the beach. Yes the parking is free - and so is the breakfast.
Why does this one remind you of a continental hotel? It feels like you’re somewhere in the Netherlands or in Belgium. The breakfast leans into the same feel with fresh fruit, cream, yoghurt and European pastries. It's quite attractive, with it's bright decor and colors that seem to neither clash nor blend into each other; very chic.
We’re not quite sure what the interior design chap was doing when he did this one. But heck, it looks great. Each area of the hotel has its own style, which is darn refreshing after so many monotone hotels that brand themselves as all hip and “minimalist.” This one’s a feast for the eyes as well as a place to lay your head.
If you want a hotel that is right in the city, this is it. It's great for people who want to explore the night life of Brighton and don’t necessarily want to go down to the beach every morning. Instead, you can enjoy a cup of coffee in the restaurant, go sightseeing and do most of what you want in the city due to the location. They also have a taxi service if you don’t fancy the walk.
Some of the rooms here are very spacious and some of them are your typical single rooms, but the food is another matter. The restaurant serves some great modern cuisine, such as Korean ribs, continental soups and various fresh breads. There’s plenty of parking nearby but it is paid, alas, and public, rather than on the hotel’s own lot.
This is what you should expect from every Brighton hotel. Bright colours, great style, lots of space in your room and there are terraces you can enjoy while having your breakfast. The seating is great, the design of the hotel is laid back and the staff are all fantastic people.
This is what you might call a classic hotel that is leaping into the modern era. Some of the rooms are very traditional while some of them are totally modern. The Old Ship kind of looks like a retro building trying to morph into a Victorian manor, Transformers style. It's an odd place to look at, but warm and inviting to stay.
A true seafront hotel, with the design to prove it. The bright blue and white schemes for the rooms are very colourful and inviting while the food is classically rustic. There are lots of things to do around the hotel, too, with plenty of small boutique shops in easy strolling distance.
Right on the pier front, this hotel is great for anyone who wants immediate access to the sea. The salty fresh air is going to clear your lungs out and make sure you get a good night’s sleep, while the food is one hundred percent classic British; pies, chips, tea and all that good stuff.
Whether for a flying weekend or a more prolonged holiday in a classic UK seaside location, Brighton has something for everyone and plenty of parking room to help enjoy it. Do you drive on holiday or let your car have some time off too? Let us know on Insta or tweet us @justhooit!