The homemade jams at breakfast are a must!
Walking through the entrance of Hotel du Vin Brighton, you are greeted by the now familiar sight of an intricately carved staircase. After sampling your hotel’s impressive fare, you decided to try Jamie’s Italian around the corner. You swear by his cookbooks, so it was a pleasant surprise to discover that one of Jamie Oliver’s restaurants was so close by. But while it was a delicious experience, you would just as soon eat in Hotel du Vin’s wine bar, Laroche tasting room, Dome Room or Pub du Vin for the rest of your trip.
The 49 bedrooms and suites here are timeless and stylish, providing guests with satisfying spaces. Housed within Gothic revival and mock Tudor buildings in the Lanes conservation area, all accommodations feature handsprung mattresses covered in Egyptian linen, deep baths and powerful drench showers, plasma TVs, DVD players, and air conditioning.
The city of Brighton sits between the South Downs and England’s stunning South Coast, offering visitors everything from Regent heritage to trendy beachfront. Famous attractions, a vibrant nightlife, award-winning restaurants, arts and culture, and festivals and events make Brighton the place to be at any time of year.