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myhotel Brighton
17 Jubilee Street

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Positioned on the city’s regenerated Jubilee Street, in the North Laine area of Brighton, this newly-opened hotel features a fusion of cutting-edge design and state-of-the-art technology with serene spirituality and Feng Shui. Described as ‘a hotel where Freddie Mercury might have met the Maharishi’, myhotel Brighton is a unique 80 guestroom property spread over 4 floors, with 2 event spaces, a restaurant and a bar. It is the shared aesthetic ideal of Andy Thrasyvoulou, the founder of myhotels, and New York designer Karim Rashid.

Next to the Pavilion and the Dome, the hotel is just a short stroll away from the seafront and within walking distance of the railway station. Furthermore, it is no more than 5 minutes away from Theatre Royal, the Lanes shopping district, the Churchill Square shopping centre, the famous pebbled beach and the Pier. At merkaba, the cocktail lounge bar, sample some signature cocktails prepared with super fruits and natural ingredients as well as classic Italian dishes and homemade ice-cream at Zilli café.

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