What can I expect when booking a hotel in Brighton?
Brighton is the attractive seaside resort on the south coast of England, popular since Victorian times as a retreat from the bustle of London. Quick train connections bring you to the capital within an hour, and the city offers a wealth of business venues and entertainment options. The Brighton Centre on the seafront hosts the conferences for the major political parties of the UK with many other spaces available for meeting hire in Brighton. Booking a hotel in Brighton for your business event puts you at the heart of a charming and well-connected city of commerce.
Why should I choose Brighton as my business destination?
The city centre is only a stone’s throw from the seafront where you’ll find the Brighton Centre. The Churchill Square shopping area sits between Western Road and North Street where the majority of the city’s businesses are to be found. A few minutes’ walk down North Street brings you to the Brighton Dome, a popular location for entertainment and business events set in an attractive Regency building. Brighton is renowned for its nightlife, with many clubs and pubs offering entertainment for the city’s professional crowd. Most hotels in Brighton can be found along the beach front and take advantage of stunning sea views. Walking along the beach between conferences and enjoying a drink, or visiting one of Brighton’s many boutiques are some of the activities available for business travellers.
Where can I do business next to my hotel in Brighton?
Along the seafront are the Brighton Centre, Grand Hotel and Hilton Brighton Metropole. These frequently host a range of business events including political, media, and scientific showcases and conferences. The Broker Expo Brighton and Brighton Beach Classic Motor Show are two of the many regular events that take place in the city. Its proximity to London makes it a popular base for commuters, and being near to Gatwick Airport means it's particularly convenient for international business travellers.
How can I explore the city when booking a hotel in Brighton?
Brighton is excellently designed for cycling with a dedicated cycle lane running for miles along the seafront to the surrounding towns nestled among the chalk cliffs. The city has been designated one of Cycling England’s ‘Cycling Destination Towns’. The market stalls along Brighton’s iconic Laines shopping streets feature the best of Brighton’s individual and alternative commercial talent.