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TN34 1ET Hastings City center: 0.4 km
Dbl. from 57.00EUR
TN38 0BD Hastings City center: 1.5 km
TN34 1JG Hastings City center: 0.3 km
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BN23 8AL Eastbourne City center: 13 km
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BN22 7AN Eastbourne City center: 13.3 km
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BN22 7AY Eastbourne City center: 13.5 km
Dbl. from 80.00EUR
BN22 7AY Eastbourne City center: 13.5 km
Dbl. from 56.70EUR
BN21 3DX Eastbourne City center: 13.6 km
Dbl. from 46.29EUR
TN19 7AZ Etchingham, Rother City center: 13.6 km
Dbl. from 133.00EUR
BN21 3EJ Eastbourne City center: 13.6 km
Dbl. from 43.96EUR
BN21 4DJ Eastbourne City center: 13.7 km
Dbl. from 69.43EUR
BN21 4DH Eastbourne City center: 13.9 km
Dbl. from 72.00EUR
BN21 4DN Eastbourne City center: 14 km
Dbl. from 75.21EUR
BN21 4EQ Eastbourne City center: 14.1 km
Dbl. from 173.57EUR
BN21 4EB Eastbourne City center: 14.1 km
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BN20 7HZ Eastbourne City center: 14.5 km
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BN27 4DP Eastbourne City center: 15 km
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Hastings is a cosy seaside town on the south east coast of England. Situated in East Sussex, this medieval town is famous for the Battle of Hastings in 1066. Overlooking the English channel, Hastings is a picturesque seaside resort, offering a broad range of independent shops, historic landmarks and quaint coffee shops, ideal for a peaceful business stay. Book a hotel in Hastings to enjoy a slice of the English seaside.

What gives Hastings its unique identity?

Hastings is situated where the beautiful sandstone beds meet the English Channel, forming magnificently tall cliffs east of the town. Home to a small population, this quiet and relaxing setting is enhanced by a beautifully pebbled beach and soft, silky sand which can be explored at low tide. With cool summers and mild winters, Hastings is an ideal spot for a tranquil trip.

What makes Hastings a great centre for business?

For a unique and peaceful business experience, book a hotel in Hastings for your excursion. With a welcoming, close-knit community, the friendly locals are bound to improve your stay. Due to its coastal location, Hastings has two major roads along with strong rail links, which link the town the UK cities of London, Brighton and Ashford. Furthermore, peak services have been recently extended, allowing ease whilst travelling. As well as this, Hastings is home to many diverse and individual businesses, including a variety of luxurious, boutique hotels which are perfectly equipped for all your professional needs.

What can I discover when I book a hotel in Hastings?

For a small resort, hotels in Hastings offer access to a range of exciting and unique opportunities. You could choose to explore the town's historic past with a trip Battle Abbey (where the Battle of Hastings took place in 1066) or walk the cobbled streets of Hastings' Old Town, with many of the original buildings still intact. For those seeking a more adventurous experience, take a ride on the Cliffside railway to explore the seaside cliffs and extraordinary sights of the South East of England. If you fancy an indoor historical experience, visit one of Hastings' fascinating exhibitions, including the Fisherman's Museum and the Shipwreck Museum. Hastings also offers many quaint cafés and coffee shops, providing you with a relaxing trip. Additionally, Hastings offers a variety of traditional seaside entertainment, including miniature golf and an aquarium.