The De Vere Grand Hotel (Brighton) Reviews
Description:The Grand, Brighton / King's Road / Brighton / East Sussex / BN1 2FW / Tel: 01273 224300.
Newest Review: ... how she wanted (except some of the guests behaviour!). The reception was in the conservatory on the west of the building, which was lit atmospherically to create an intimate environment whilst being big enough for all her guests, some tables, the buffet, cake in a place for all to see etc and a lot of space for dancing to a live band! The bar was very well stocked, particularly for a wedding ... more
Customer The De Vere Grand Hotel (Brighton) Reviews (4)
by - written on 10/09/09 (Useful, 153 readings)
I visited the Grand De Vere as a wedding guest of a close friend of mine, so am writing a review from a different angle. My friend had hired areas of the hotel for the whole day and everything was exactly how she wanted (except some of the guests behaviour!). The reception was in the conservatory on the west of the building, which was lit atmospherically to create an intimate environment whilst being big enough for all her guests, some tables, the buffet, cake in a place for all to see etc and a lot of space for dancing to a live band! The bar was very well stocked, particularly for a wedding bar, the staff were really good; efficient, knew what they were ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/09 (Very useful, 133 readings)
I have just come back from a couple of days in Brighton, trying to take advantage of the brief show of summer sunshine. As usual I went online and spent a not inconsiderable amount of time trying to find the best deal. I was very happy to be able to book this seafront 5 star hotel for bed and breakfast for £105 each for two nights especially as that included £25 towards dinner on the first night. The hotel certainly takes after it's name and stands on the seafront looking majestic and superior. It was an easy walk from the station and an easy walk to anywhere else we visited in Brighton, with the exception of Brighton Marina- but in fairness, any ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/09 (Useful, 58 readings)
This hotel was done up thanks to the IRA... and is a listed building but thats the trouble. It is built around a massive staircase that no modern hotel would need. Impressive but this hotel is simply dated and stuck in the past. The big satir case means there is lots of wasted sapce hence the infalted prices as it does not have enough rooms per sq foot. The rooms are dated and look 1990's now... which is 20 years old! The decor needs updating. The pool is too small to do any swimming and the Gym just a small room with rubbish equipment. the foosd was good however I was o a course and ate over 3 days and this was highlight. I found the staff fine. ... Read the complete review
by Jacqui - written on 24/04/07
From the outside it may look "Grand" and the check in/car parking service is friendly and helpful but I wouldn't bother staying here again. The decor is old and needs updating. The Iron in our room looked like it was from the 60's and had a burnt surface which ruined our clothes. The room was small, the shower unimpressive and the view non existent. The pool is too small to do any swimming. The breakfast service was non existent and we had already eaten pastries and then our hot selection before we had to ask for tea and toast and then had to wait another 10 minutes. For £210 I would have expected a lot ... Read the complete review
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