Queens Hotel & Spa Brighton

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1 Kings Road, Brighton & Hove, England

Queens Hotel & Spa Brighton
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Our Queens Hotel & Spa Brighton Review:

Facing the English Channel is the Queens Hotel & Spa Brighton. Situated in the Lanes area of the south-coast city, this charming seafront property features modern, spacious rooms which have panoramic views of the sea, the beach, the West Pier and the Palace Pier.

The residence is equipped with its own swimming pool, gym, solarium and sauna, and unlike many of its neighbours, it offers speedy free Wi-Fi throughout. Yet despite its convenient location and large rooms, don’t expect more than a three-star hotel experience here.

The Queens Hotel is ideal for families, couples and singles on a budget, and anyone else who is looking for centrally-located accommodation at a price which will not break the bank. Many of Brighton’s best-known restaurants, caf?s, bars and shops are a short stroll away, and, after dark, residents will find the town’s legendary nightlife explodes on the door step.

The on-site No 1 Bar and Bistro has quickly managed to become a firm favourite with guests and the local community alike. It is an excellent place at which to enjoy a meal, a drink or afternoon tea while gazing at what is happening on the seafront.

The on-site leisure club has a wide range of facilities and professionals are on hand to provide advice and exercise suggestions to guests. The Pretty People Hair and Beauty Salon is likewise staffed by experts waiting to offer a range of treatments, and aims to create a haven where people will feel comfortable taking time out from their hectic daily lives. Treatments come with a strictly therapeutic glass of wine.

Occupying a prime position on the Kings Road, the Queens Hotel & Spa Brighton is no more than a short walk from Brighton and Hove’s key attractions. Favourites include the Royal Pavilion, where the Prince Regent used to entertain guests in his own, flamboyant fantasy residence, the Dome, and of course, the world famous piers.

As well as enjoying a stroll along the seafront, it is worth walking to the marina, one of the biggest in Europe, which has an array of restaurants, bars and pubs from which to gaze across the docks at the hundreds of yachts which are usually moored here.

For visitors who have come to Brighton with their children, and indeed those who have come without them, the Sealife Centre is a fascinating and educational place to spend a few hours. Those interested in the arts are likely to find something to divert them at the Komedia Theatre and Cafe, and shoppers will find the Churchill Square Mall suits their needs.

Although many visitors are happy to enjoy the sea from the comfort of a deck chair or the pebbles on the beach, there are opportunities for swimming as well as other water activities within steps of the Queens Hotel & Spa. Kayaking and windsurfing are becoming increasingly popular, although it is worth remembering that this is the North Sea and not the Caribbean. Fishing trips can be organised, with mackerel an easy catch.

The Queens Hotel & Spa Brighton provides good, clean accommodation with excellent service and amenities for guests. It doesn’t come with the price tag which some of its more ostentatious seafront neighbours do, making it an ideal choice for the budget conscious, but you get what you pay for ? without the frills.

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