Travelodge (Brighton) Reviews
Description:Address: 165-167 Preston Road / Brighton / East Sussex / BN1 6AU / England
Newest Review: ... although children eat for free. As we had an early start, we went for the breakfast option, although in a different situation I would have preferred to find a cafe on the seafront. To my relief, the hotel was easy to find. On entering Brighton we passed many streets and areas that included 'Preston' in the name, so we knew we were in the right area! The hotel is set on the right (as you ... more
Customer Travelodge (Brighton) Reviews (1)
by - written on 21/07/09 (Very useful, 97 readings)
When my daughter had a University interview in Brighton earlier this year, we weren't going to be hanging around for sight seeing so we were looking for a budget option hotel, just somewhere to get a night's sleep. There are two Travelodges in Brighton, the other one is on the seafront, but this one is about a mile out of the city centre, on Preston Street. I chose this one because I hoped that it would be a little quieter, famous as Brighton is for wild nights out! At £29 for a family room, the price couldn't be beaten. Admittedly, for £29 you don't get any extras. The hotel car park was actually administered by another company and had to be paid for - it was ... Read the complete review
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