Alvia Hotel (Brighton) Reviews
Description:36 Upper Rock Gardens / Brighton, East Sussex / BN2 1QF / United Kingdom / Tel: +44 (0)1273 682939 / Fax: +44 (0)1273 ... more
Alvia Hotel (Brighton) ... 626287. / Derived from a term personifying sustainability and wellness, the 'Alvia' incorporates the spirit and vibrancy of Brighton, and gives you the opportunity to appreciate it, whether for business, leisure or pleasure...The Alvia is never stuffy or formal, but is about relaxation and friendliness, an escape from your usual routine, where we look forward to introducing you to Brighton.
Newest Review: ... me and I booked the room. So fast forward to October everything went well the day before and having travelled through the night I arrived in Brighton about 6.45. The hotel is about a ten minute walk from the Brighton Dome. I arrived just before 7, totally exhausted, desperate for a shower and a sleep in that order. I was met with a huge smile and made to feel so welcome. I was allocated a ... more
Customer Alvia Hotel (Brighton) Reviews (2)
by - written on 02/04/09, updated on 02/04/09 (Very useful, 146 readings)
I had never been to Brighton before and even though I knew I had to find and book a hotel. I was a bit worried about this, the reason for the concern about this was that my booking was far from straightforward. Firstly, I really needed a early check in(a very early check in!) as I was travelling through the night(via Ipswich) and would arrive in Brighton with the dawn! I initially tried the usual value hotels their check ins were 3pm not good! I then tried Brighton tourist information who were worse than useless. I was getting seriously worried by now as I HAD to find a hotel that would let me get some sleep in the day but also one that wasn't stupidly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/06/07 (Useful, 68 readings)
A lovely friendly boutique hotel, just up from Kemp Town seafront, the Alvia Hotel is easily accessible from the A23 and offers car parking for a nominal fee - if you book it! The room I stayed in was clean and contemporary, with a comfy bed, fluffy cushions and plenty of space. Various other rooms in this small hotel are apparently incredibly luxurious, with four poster bed, sea views or a patio, but these were all booked up. At £95 per room per night, including a wonderful English breakfast, The Alvia is very good value for money. I made use of their wireless internet, as did other guests, which was quick and hassle-free. They offer a ... Read the complete review
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