Palace Hotel (Brighton) Reviews
Description:10 - 12 Grand Junction Road, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 1PN - England, UK. Telephone: +44 (0)1273 202035 Fax: +44 ... more
Newest Review: ... Maybe the guy there was new I don’t know. They also told us that there is a auto-park of hotel in the phone-call. But when we arrived there, We were told there is no park and we had to find a space in the road. Whatever they say was wrong. Also we were told there is no service to the rooms when we wanted to drink something. And room was very cold and heating system was not working. I am ... more
Customer Palace Hotel (Brighton) Reviews (1)
by - written on 23/02/01, updated on 23/02/01 (Very useful, 237 readings)
The Palace Hotel Hotel is a sea view hotel it is just beside ocean and just opposite of Brighton Pier. It has a very nice view. We went to Brighton at night time and could find the telephone of this hotel at the window of the Tourist information’s building. They could not describe where the hotel was and told us the opposite direction. Maybe the guy there was new I don’t know. They also told us that there is a auto-park of hotel in the phone-call. But when we arrived there, We were told there is no park and we had to find a space in the road. Whatever they say was wrong. Also we were told there is no service to the rooms when we wanted to drink ... Read the complete review
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