The Grand Hotel (Brighton) Reviews
Description:King's Road, Brighton, BN1 2FW. Tel: (01273) 224300.
Newest Review: ... we were rushing. Once we had dumped luggage we used the stairs from then on as they are shallow and luxuriously carpeted. Hampers of dirty laundry were also regularly taken down in the guest lifts so I was also pleased I didn't have to share with one of those! Overall the lobby area is very Victorian and plush and on first impressions is amazing, but after a few trips up and down the ... more
Customer The Grand Hotel (Brighton) Reviews (1)
by - written on 31/05/12 (Very useful, 87 readings)
We have just got back from a weekend wedding at this hotel, so time for a review! *Exterior and Location* The Grand is situated on Brighton seafront, across the road from the beach and five minutes walk from the Brighton Wheel and Brighton Pier. A large and striking building it is probably most well known for the terrorist attack in the 1980's which destroyed parts of the facade. It sells itself as a premier Victorian hotel with superb service and they say about themselves: 'More than a hotel; this is an institution, an iconic piece of British history, perched contentedly at the centre of one of the most famous seafronts in the world. ... Read the complete review
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