The Royal Albion Seafront Hotel - Brighton50.819732, -0.137059
Located in the Seafront district of Brighton, the 3-star Royal Albion Seafront Hotel is within 25 minutes' walk of such culture-oriented attractions as the municipally-owned Booth Museum of Natural History. Offering location in proximity to North Laine, this Brighton hotel overlooks sea and has an à la carte restaurant.
The Lanes is placed merely an 8-minute walk away, and The Regency Town House Museum is 19 minutes' walk from the property. Popular natural sights near the Royal Albion Seafront Brighton are Victoria Gardens (850 metres) and The Level Park (1.6 km). The accommodation is set a walk from Regency Square.
There is Palace Pier bus stop around 5 minutes' walk from The Royal Albion Seafront Hotel.
Some rooms provide an electric kettle as well as WiFi and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels to help you enjoy your stay. The units are furnished with a stone fireplace along with marble flooring.
Eat & Drink
This Brighton hotel offers breakfast in the restaurant. The property features Jennys restaurant. You can try Italian cuisine in a pizzeria which is located very close by.
The hotel offers a full breakfast at the price of GBP12 per person per day.
Leisure & Business
There is meeting rooms and a business centre available for corporate travellers.
Rooms and availability
Bed options:2 Single beds
Bed options:2 Single beds
Bed options:1 Single bed
GBP 7 per day
Bar/ Lounge area
Coffee/Tea in lobby
- Room service
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Coffee/Tea in lobby
- Buffet breakfast
- Business centre
- Kids club
Spa & Leisure
- Beach access
- Sea view
- Paid Wi-Fi in rooms
- In-room air conditioning
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Hair dryer
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Direct dial telephone
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
Essential information about The Royal Albion Seafront Hotel
|💵 Lowest room price||43 £|
|📏 Distance to centre||800 m|
|🗺️ Location rating||7.4|
|✈️ Distance to airport||42.4 km|
|🧳 Nearest airport||London Gatwick, LGW|
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Reviews of The Royal Albion Seafront Hotel
Great location, just a short distance from the pier and the beach. The staff were friendly and helpful throughout my stay. I especially enjoyed the live karaoke entertainment in the evening, it made for a perfect night out. Another advantage was the bar food and beverages which were delicious and reasonably priced.
The room was a bit dirty and damaged, and the heat was unbearable. Additionally, the view from the room was not as beautiful as I had hoped.
Loved our rooms with a double bed. A work desk, a coffee/tea maker and television were a nice touch. It was a warm standard double room, we will be back.
Overall it is a newly decorated hotel and we enjoyed the stay, the location was stunning close to the seaside. The room is neat and essentials you need, including a work desk, a coffee/tea maker and television, is right there. Kind staff provides a good service. They have plenty of meals to choose from, the food is fab.
The room is overpriced.
Charming place, I greatly enjoyed informative personnel.
The rooms where spacious well equipped with an amazing view, Bathroom # 4 and 4 twin beds as described. The service was exceptional in my opinion.
I recently had the pleasure of staying at this hotel and it was truly a delightful experience. Firstly, the location is absolutely fantastic, as it is situated right across from the pier. This means that you are just steps away from the beautiful beach, shops, and the vibrant atmosphere of the seafront. The convenience of being in such a central area really enhanced my stay.
While everything else about this hotel was wonderful, there was one aspect that I believe could be improved. The breakfast provided, although satisfactory, could use some refinement. The toast was a tad on the soggy side and the selection of fruits was limited. The coffee, unfortunately, did not meet my expectations, as it tasted quite underwhelming. Additionally, as a vegetarian, I found the options for my dietary preference to be lacking. However, these minor shortcomings did not overshadow the overall positive experience I had at this hotel.
The service was good. The staff was willing to help, they made our stay as quite comfortable as possible.
I had an amazing time at this hotel. The location was spot on, right across the pier. The views from my room were breathtaking, with a beautiful sea view. The cleanliness was top-notch and the staff were friendly and helpful. The breakfast provided was delicious.
Nothing to dislike.
Air-conditioned room and nice cosy, comfortable bed. Great food and alcoholic drinks.
The room was relaxing and had basic channels. The hotel's location on the seafront was brilliant and awesome. We enjoyed an early meal at Happy Maki, which is conveniently located nearby.
Unique beautiful little rooms with pleasant views, and armchairs and new curtains. Freshly made food for the English breakfast. Amazing and awesome location, walk from all the sights, such as a tower and a theatre.
My daughter and I stayed at the Royal Albion Seafront Hotel for a budget family day trip. The staff on the night we arrived were amazing and upgraded us to a family room overlooking the beach. Despite some issues like a hard bed and old windows, the reception manager was charming and kind. The location was great, and we appreciated the helpfulness of the male receptionist. The cleanliness was brilliant, and the cleaning staff were always polite. a good stay for our purpose.
Totally recommend this hotel.
The hotel had a great and brilliant location a minute walk from Amusements. Walk from a palace and a cinema, it was a huge bonus. We ate in the good restaurant for evening meals which was reasonably priced.
The Royal Albion Seafront Hotel in Brighton has plenty of brilliant rooms. The staff is lovely and awesome, providing excellent service. Guests can conveniently park their car nearby. The breakfast is sensational and adequate, offering stunning views of the seafront. The hotel's location is brilliant, making it an ideal choice for visitors.
Early check in and late check out. Lovely and cool room and exceptionally comfortable beds.
Excellent staff, good services, and stunning location near to the seafront, major landmarks in Brighton and beach. Plenty of options, fabulous food.
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