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The Old Ship Hotel

Sitting on the famous Brighton seafront, The Old Ship is the vibrant city’s most historic hotel, with parts dating back as far as 1559. Walk in the footsteps of some of history’s most famous people, such as Niccolò Paganini and Charles Dickens, as you relax in our luxurious Brighton hotel rooms. Home to a dedicated events centre and over 150 rooms, (including rooms with spectacular sea views), our hotel prides itself on close proximity to The Lanes, a haven of independent shops and boutiques, as well as a host of local attractions. With the shopping centre, the must-see Brighton Promenade, and Brighton Pier all nearby, The Old Ship is the perfect Brighton seafront hotel choice for every occasion.

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Plan your visit: Brighton Promenade

There’s something for everyone at Brighton’s bustling promenade. Get the adrenaline pumping with a trip to Brighton Palace Pier and make the most of two gaming arcades and a host of fairground attractions. Or, get on board the British Airways i360 where you can glide up gently and bask in the view of the rolling coastline and iconic city landmarks from a soaring 450 feet.

Plan your visit: Brighton Promenade

There’s something for everyone at Brighton’s bustling promenade. Get the adrenaline pumping with a trip to Brighton Palace Pier and make the most of two gaming arcades and a host of fairground attractions. Or, get on board the British Airways i360 where you can glide up gently and bask in the view of the rolling coastline and iconic city landmarks from a soaring 450 feet.

Plan your visit: Royal Pavilion

Discover the colourful history of Brighton at one of its most iconic landmarks. The Royal Pavilion was built as a seaside pleasure palace for King George IV and is now a public attraction. Tour through the lavish and opulent rooms of this historic palace, from the glimmering Music Room to the regal Banqueting Room.

This sumptuous building weaves regal flare with the elegance of India and China into one unique experience. The Royal Pavilion hosts a number of events throughout the year too, from tours of the building’s basement and tunnels, to talks and stories surrounding the intricate history and astounding secrets from Pavilion’s days hosting royalty.

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