Imperial Hotel - BrightonImperial Hotel - Brighton

3Imperial Hotel - Brighton

3 Reviews

Triple Rooms

Includes
Full English breakfast
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Overview

This hotel is conveniently located just a two-minute walk from the promenade, sandy beach and Hove Lawns, making it an ideal accommodation choice for those looking to stay central. Occupying a Regency period building just one mile from Hove Station, the traditional hotel is equipped with free WiFi, 24-hour front desk and a spacious bar, restaurant and lounge to unwind in after a day of exploring.

Details

Access
Disabled toilets
Style
Contemporary
Functional
Setting
Sea views
Outdoors
Terrace
Food & Drink
Bar
Internet
Free room wifi
Services
Dry cleaning
Baggage storage
Official Rating
3 stars
Bedrooms
76
Check-in Time
03:00 PM
Check-out Time
11:00 AM
Damage deposit
50 £ per Person by Cash or credit card

Options

Triple Rooms

  • Full English breakfast

Quad Rooms

  • Full English breakfast

Twin Rooms

  • Full English breakfast

Double Rooms

  • Full English breakfast

Single Rooms

  • Full English breakfast

Reviews

2.7
From 3 reviews
Terrible hotel, our group had 4 rooms booked 2/4 of us had to change rooms. One which had black mould and a leaking window and another that smelt like cigarettes. All rooms very run down, discolourated and pealing wallpaper, leaking baths, scuffed toilet seats etc. Zero security, could literally just walk in and ask for any room key at reception and they'd give it to you. Generally the service was terrible too, I asked a question at breakfast to be checked with the chef to see if I was able to eat it due to allergys, rather than coming back and informing me so I was able to make a choice....she just returned with a plate of random bits food and no explanation. Also generally breakfast service was slow. No dairy free alternative breakfasts or milk.
Esther Varley
It was ok not sure I’d call it a 3 star but was fine for what we needed it for!
Sue Talbot
Nice hotel. It doesn't seem like a 3 star quality but it was clean
Caroline Talbot

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