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St. Christopher

St. Christopher's
10-12 Grand Junction Road
Brighton
Sussex

BN1 1NG | View map
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Brighton is one of the most vibrant, lively and eclectic cities England has to offer. Once a quaint seaside town, Brighton has become a wildly popular destination with its electric bohemian undercurrent, the majestic Royal Pavilion and the wacky, tacky Brighton Pier. Amongst so much fun and excitement, you’ll need a hostel that shares the same funky vibe as the city. You’ll need St. Christopher’s Brighton hostel. Located on the sea front opposite Palace Pier, you’ll find yourself in the thick of all the good-times you can handle.

The cities downtown core all fits within 1 square mile, but with so much excitement crammed in you’ll want to give yourself plenty of time to squeeze in as much fun as you can mange and in the centre of it all is St. Christopher's Brighton hostel. Located on the sea front opposite Palace Pier, you will find yourself in the thick of all the good-times you can handle. Our upstairs St. Christopher’s Inns is where you can relax with a pint, watch some footy, shoot a game of pool or fill-up on our tasty menu options.

And as the night wears on you’ll want to head downstairs to our brand new Belushi’s bar and nightclub. Touting a late license, the best international DJ’s, cheap drink specials and an infamous party atmosphere. Guest can recover in our private lounge room with SKY TV, movies, internet and the comfiest of couches.

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