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Umi
Brighton
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With a superb location, right on the seafront and close to all of Brighton’s shops, restaurants and nightlife, this beautiful period building houses stylish, modern and beautifully appointed accommodation. Umi Brighton has an excellent location for exploring all that this vibrant seaside city has to offer. The hotel is just a minute from the centre of Brighton, the famous pier and the bustling Lanes, with its narrow alleyways of stylish shops and exclusive boutiques.

With a sculpted original exterior, the hotel has been carefully modernised and sensitively renovated. The hotel now offers all the facilities you would expect in a 3-star plus hotel. Each stylish and modern en suite room features a flat-screen TV. Wi-Fi wireless internet access is available throughout.
The air conditioned and contemporary Umi Bar has views of the sea. The award-winning Belgian restaurant, Cafe Belge, serves modern continental cuisine, with more than 100 beers to choose from.

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