Hotel Queensbury (Brighton) Reviews
Description:Address: 58 Regency Square / Brighton / East Sussex BN1 2FF / United Kingdom / Tel: 01273 325558
Newest Review: ... and a sink, but these were just in the corner of the room, with not even a screen or wall to shield them. Most rooms are the same but some superior ones do come with loos too - I can't confirm these are any more sheltered than the showers though I'd jolly hope so. However, every floor also has communal number 1ing and number 2ing facilities: some of these landing bathrooms had just a toilet, ... more
Customer Hotel Queensbury (Brighton) Reviews (1)
by - written on 05/04/10 (Very useful, 94 readings)
I went to Brighton this Easter for a stag do, and no, I wasn't there as the stripper. It was a joint, gay stag do, hence lots of Girls Allowed...and female friends were invited along too. Although the boys were staying in a sea front hotel, we ended up at the Queensbury which is just half a minute from the promenade, located on Regency Square. We drove down from Manchester early on Good Friday, making decent time and arriving on the south coast in time for lunch - once we'd found some parking, that is. The hotel has no car park of its own, and on street parking is either short-term (2 hr max stay) or permit holders' only, but there is a very handy car-park ... Read the complete review
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