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Artist Residence
33 Regency Square

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Welcome to Artist Residence Brighton, a small contemporary art hotel on the seafront that combines cool design with a warm and friendly service. Our 15 bedrooms are priced at those looking for affordable boutique style accommodation. Located in the city centre on the Brighton seafront in Regency square our bedrooms boast spectacular sea views over the West Pier. All our hotel rooms are designed by street artists in an urban style. Whether you are on a romantic break or travelling alone, we are certain our young team of hosts will ensure you have a great stay in Brighton. Travelling as a couple or on your own? Choose from 3 different room types: - comfy double, micro sea view and superior sea view. Each room is individually decorated by artists in a variety of styles from urban street art to contemporary illustration. Our rooms have all the amenities you might expect in a boutique hotel such as digital flatscreen TVs and en-suite bathrooms with power showers, hairdryers and luxury beekind toileteries for your comfort. If you're looking for the ultimate Artist Residence experience then why not enjoy the spectacular views in our superior sea views. If you're just looking for a place to crash then the micro sea view will do the trick. Those of you not fussed about the sea views can relax in our comfy doubles. They don't have sea views but don't worry we are located on the Brighton seafront.

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