Choose Boutique for Brighton by:Michiel Van Kets
Brighton is a destination that attracts people from all over the country as well as thousands of international visitors every month. Well-known for its affluence of cultural activities from numerous art galleries and museums, film venues and theatres, summer festivals and comedy nights, there is also a buzzing nightlife and a host of smart bars and restaurants to check out.
Finding somewhere to stay in Brighton isn't too difficult as it has some of the most lavish boutique hotels available, boutique offers the ultimate in luxury, and an independent, stylish experience with their own unique dcor unlike that found in hotel chains. Modern and avant-garde designs are synonymous with boutique hotels and you'll find many of them located in the trendiest and most fashionable areas of the city.
The detail in a boutique hotel is what makes it stand out from other types of accommodation. Each room has an individual look offering first-class features such as designer wallpaper, pure opulence, and vintage and oriental influences. In Brighton each generation has left its architectural mark expressed in the Regency and Victorian styles, many still with their original fixtures and an elegance that is truly inspiring.
Some of the most popular districts to explore in Brighton are Kemp Town, Regency Square and the beachfront. A popular seaside town for the past few hundred years the beachfront is a major attraction for visitors as it offers tradition with the famous Brighton Pier and promenade, perfect for a leisurely stroll, alongside trendy beachside clubs and bars. The atmosphere in the city is one of high spirits and for this reason it appeals to people of all ages. Older people like it for its traditional look, pavement cafes and beautiful pier, whilst the younger generation come to experience the nightlife, funky bars and clubs hidden away under the Victorian beachfront arches.
Shopping is also an adventure here, explore the big-name stores of Churchill Square and Brighton Marina before heading to the retro North Laine and then onto The Lanes for some bohemian and inspired shopping. The historic Lanes has a lot of character with a wealth of independent shops and boutiques in the narrow streets and alleyways, find antiques and jewellery beside modern art and funky coffee shops. Stop for a while and watch the buskers, get a bite to eat and absorb the atmosphere.
Just take a walk down the street and you'll be spoilt for choice with the huge selection of cuisines on offer, the city boasts more restaurants per head than any other city in the UK apart from London.
Brighton has remarkable restaurants, posh pubs, busy bars and whether you want high-quality food, chips on the beach, a vegetarian option or Indian takeaway you'll get it here.
Brighton has been voted one of the best short break destinations in the UK and people come here for many different reasons, whether it is to go clubbing, hang out at the beach, a shopping trip or on their honeymoon. A luxury boutique hotel Brighton offers city centre accommodation of the highest standard and can be found with all the necessary facilities to make your stay here a success. Some hotels are equipped with their very own restaurant and bar, luxury spa and excellent conference facilities.
If you're looking for a hotel for wedding venues Brighton, or want a weekend away with your girlfriends where you can pamper yourself with a shopping trip before relaxing in the spa, then there are some fabulous buildings that can fit the occasion. This cosmopolitan city is within easy access from London and Gatwick Airport is just up the road. Book your accommodation online where all the best deals can be found and have it instantly confirmed.
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Michiel Van Kets writes articles for Neo Hotel, the most contemporary boutique hotels Brighton has to offer and also one of the most popular wedding venues Brighton has. Neo Hotel boosts the finest spa hotels Brighton for you to enjoy therapies that invigorate, relax and de-stress.