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Best Western Royal Victoria Hotel
Marina Street
St. Leonards on Sea
Sussex

TN38 0BD | View map

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Situated along the picturesque Hastings seafront, the Best Western Royal Victoria Hotel provides high standards of comfort and hospitality. Whether you are looking to explore the offerings of the East Sussex coastline, or just want to stay at a quality hotel in Hastings, we are sure you'll enjoy your stay with us.

Built in 1828, as the focal point of Burton's St Leonards, we derive our name from Queen Victoria who ranks among the hotel's many famous visitors. Others include King George V, Prince Albert, Edward VII, Gladstone, Palmerston & Tennyson.

As a building of historical repute, weddings, conferences and functions are also a regular fixture here. Housing 3 large main function rooms which seat up to 150 guests and 4 smaller syndicate rooms which seat up to 40, we have built up a wealth of experience in arranging social events and functions over the years and pride ourselves in the quality of service we provide. Throughout the year we also regularly hold special events for festivals and dates in the UK calendar. Should you be interested in any of the information above and wish to find out more please contact reception and we will be more than happy to help.

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Local Car Hire
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Parking
Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Disabled Access
Licensed
TV in Rooms
Night Porter
Conference/Business Facilities

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