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Royal Pavillion Hotel
12a, Regency Square
Brighton
Sussex

BN1 2FG | View map
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Unique boutique hotel in the heart of Brighton.
The Royal Pavilion Townhouse Hotel is set in a fine regency square of elegant stuccoed houses built in 1828, with the square facing directly out to the sea.The Hotel has been sympathetically renovated and the unique hand-painted interiors have transformed this fine early nineteenth-century building.
Brighton's world famous promenade and beach are just 200 metres away, and all the daytime and nightlife attractions the city has to offer are within easy strolling distance. Nearby are countless restaurants and bars of all descriptions to tempt you. The stylish surroundings of The Royal Pavilion Townhouse Hotel provide the ultimate in comfort and elegance.
Each room has a luxury bathroom, with a double shower and/or bath. Several rooms features four-poster or canopied beds. The furniture, drapes and other soft furnishings were commissioned from suppliers to echo the splendid interiors of the world famous Royal Pavilion, and to further enhance the luxurious surroundings.

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