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The Regency Hotel
28 Regency Square

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Boasting direct sea views, this unique city centre hotel is ideally located directly opposite the West Pier and only a 5-minutes walk away from The Lanes The hotelís great location, in the heart of Brighton, means it is within easy walking distance of all of the best restaurants, bars and clubs that the city has to offer. Also nearby are The Lanes, a retail, leisure and residential area near the seafront, with narrow alleyways full of stylish shops and exclusive boutiques.

Like the city of Brighton itself, the hotel has a rich, infamous and varied past, which is reflected in its historic original grandeur; it was once the home of Sir Winston Churchillís great grandmother, Lady Jane Dowager, Duchess of Marlborough, and it is known that the young Winston visited the house whilst studying in Hove. Today, the hotel offers 12 attractively presented and peaceful en suite rooms. The hotel does not have its own on-site car parking, but there is an NCP public car park opposite the hotel, which offers parking at an additional cost.

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