Barceló Brighton Old Ship Hotel Offers -- Enjoy a 2 Night B&B Stay for Two for Less than £90 A Night

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The historic Barceló Brighton Old Ship Hotel is offering guests the chance to enjoy a relaxing two night dinner, bed and breakfast stay, from just £89.50 per night this Autumn.

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Stroll along the seafront, go shopping in the famous antique Lanes or simply soak up the culture of Brighton, before heading back to the hotel for a delicious three course dinner at the stunning Location3 restaurant.

The BarcelóBrighton Hotel is ideally located overlooking the seafront and the famous Brighton pier. For further information or to book Brighton hotel offers, visit: or call: 0800 652 8413, quoting AUTUMN210.

Up to two children aged 15 or under can also stay for free. Terms and conditions apply. Please visit website for details.

For a world famous pier, glorious beaches and a great promenade, you’ve definitely come to the right spot. Barceló Brighton Old Ship Hotel is the most historic hotel in Brighton to stay, and in a fabulous location for getting to all the local attractions, like the Royal Pavilion and its distinctive Indian architecture. The designer boutiques and shops in the Lanes area are also great for picking up presents.

The hotel itself plays an integral part of Brighton’s history, closely linked with the Royal Escape of Charles II, accommodating guests to the Royal Pavilion throughout it's history and housing the unique and elegant assembly rooms, where many a grand occasion has been held from the Prince Regent's Ball in 1819, to Nicolo Paganini's violin recital in 1831 and the Banquet celebrating the opening of the London to Brighton Railway in 1841.

There's plenty to keep the more active busy in Brighton. Take advantage of 7 miles of promenade and hire bikes or skates. There are numerous operators for sea activities, canoeing, windsurfing, dinghy sailing and for the real enthusiasts the Brighton Bathers swim 365 days a year (incl. Christmas Day!).


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