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Lansdowne Place

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Lansdowne Place, Boutique Hotel & Spa, is a beautiful blend of period features mixed with with contemporary decor. All 84 bedrooms and suites are sunny, bright and spacious and are equipped with plasma televisions with sat- tv, broadband internet access, complimentary bathroom amenities, hairdryer, direct dial telephones with voicemail services, laptop safe, complimentary tea and coffee facility and 24-hour room service.The beds, with their 100% Egyptian cotton bed linen, are amongst the most luxurious and comfortable you can find. The hotel's destination restaurant the Grill restaurant feat. classical French cuisine created by award winning Head Chef. Choose from wide range of classic dishes, characterised by their use of fresh, seasonal and local organic ingredients. 2 course dinner 22 pp inc vat 3 course dinner 25 pp inc vatSunday lunch 18.50 pp inc vat The Peacock lounge- bar, feat. Brighton's longest sofas mixed with leopard print barstools. It is open throughout the day for coffee, light lunches, afternoon tea and evening cocktails. The Hotel also invites its guests to relax in the Spa, with eight luxury appointed treatment rooms and ESPA leading edge products. Lansdowne Place, Boutique Hotel & Spa is situated in the centre of Brighton, just 50 yards from Brighton Seafront.

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