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Beach Hotel
1-2-3-4 Regency Square
Brighton
Sussex

BN1 2FG | View map

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The Beach Hotel together with the Regency Restaurant date back to early 1828's when the restaurant was Lawson & Son jewellery shop and the hotel was St. Alban's Hotel. In 1930 Lawson & Son jewellery shop became the Regency Restaurant and the hotel was renamed The Beach Hotel. The Beach Hotel has recently been refurbished to a high standard yet still in-keeping with the Regency era. In the dining area you can enjoy a full English or a continental breakfast, while enjoying the view over the Brighton promenade and the British Channel. You can also enjoy, lunch or Dinner in the Regency Restaurant. The Beach Hotel lobby is a place where can find out about places to go while you stay in Brighton, or you can just sit and chat with your fellow guests and friends. So why not stay with us at the Beach Hotel in Brighton and have an unforgetable time!!!

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