One of the UK’s most diverse cities, there are a lot of great places to explore if you’re in Brighton on business or for a weekend away. Whether you want to see the iconic landmark of Brighton Pier, or discover some hidden gems in the Lanes’ boutique shops, ibis Brighton’s city centre is a great place to be based. Two-minutes from the train station, you will have no trouble finding our ibis if you’re looking for cheap hotels in Brighton. Take a stroll down Queens Road and you’ll find yourself on Brighton seafront, with the Brighton Centre just to your right and the Pier a saunter eastwards up the coast. For culture vultures, the Royal Pavilion and Brighton Museum & Art Gallery are a must when in town, with entry and guided tours available. If you don’t have enough time to get round both, the Pavilion Gardens are well worth a visit, just to take in the surrounding buildings’ Asian-inspired architecture. If you’re looking to do some retail therapy, after filling up with our buffet breakfast, make a beeline for the alleyways of the Lanes. Once the heart of a fishing town, the historic quarter is now home to a maze of independent shops, studios and eateries. And with your room at the Brighton ibis just a 10-minute walk away, you wont have far to carry your bags. And after a day on your feet shopping or sightseeing, you’ll be glad to fall into your room’s Sweet Bed – a specially crafted bed that, when paired with our super soft pillows, offers you the ultimate in comfort.

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0.66 k.m from the city centre

ibis Brighton City Centre prides itself on a stellar service around the clock, with our Extra Smile Team working 24hrs to make sure guests' needs are ...

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