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Hotel Nineteen
19 Broad Street
Brighton
Sussex

BN2 1TJ | View map

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A beautifully designed and restored town house in the trendy Kemp Town part of Brighton. Front rooms have oblique views of the sea and Palace Pier, just 200m away. A very short walk to the beach, restaurants, bars and clubs and just 5 mins walk from the Lanes or the Royal Pavilion. This is an award winning boutique hotel offering all the comforts of the big hotels, but in a very relaxed and stylish environment. Rooms are styled in white with contemporary artworks adding to the designer feel. All rooms are ensuite and have flat TVs, DVD, CD, bathrobes, slippers. Breakfast in bed is included as standard. Nineteen offers a choice of room types, including one with its own private hot tub in a small adjoining courtyard!

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