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Hotel du Vin & Bistro
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Housed within an extremely quirky collection of part gothic-styled buildings in the Lanes area of Brighton, just a stone's throw from the famous seafront itself. The 37 stunning bedrooms feature superb beds, divine Egyptian linen and serious showers. Other features include a courtyard for al fresco dining (during summer months), billiard lounge, cigar humidor and private dining rooms.

Wine plays an important part, bedrooms sponsored and named after wine houses, and walls covered with wine prints and other memorabilia.

Group Awards
Best Hotel Group in the UK, The Guardian Travel Awards 2003
Best Wine Restaurant of the Year 2003 - Hotel & Restaurant Magazine
AA Hotel of the Year - 2003
Sunday Times Travel Magazine Award 2003


Ratings/Awards: Wine Restaurant of the Year 2003, Hotel & Restaurant
Number of Rooms: 37
Number Ensuite: 37
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Name: Hotel du Vin
Cuisine: Bistro
Chef: Graham Ball
Awards: Wine Restaurant of the Year 2003, Hotel & Restaurant

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