Myhotel Brighton - Brighton

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Brighton with buzz and the coolest surrounds.

Oozing metropolitan cool, Myhotel Brighton is just the place for cheeky weekends by the sea. Bang in the middle of Brighton, this extrovert urban retreat wows guests with curved walls and bold colours.

Come Here For...
  • The upbeat, Feng Shui vibe, rediscover your inner Chi. 
  • Curvy walls and bold contemporary colours.
  • Prices that won't break the bank.

Hit the spot
Bang in the midst of Brighton‘s buzz.

Merkaba bar is a cool place for cocktails, while The Chilli Pickle has won top gongs for its Indian cuisine.

Good to know
Not for fans of the tame and trad.

Essential info
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Minimum Stay
Two nights at weekends
Open all year
Guest parking (pre-bookable) costs GBP 20-25 per day.
London Gatwick – 29 miles
Brighton station – five minutes walk.
17 Jubilee Street, The City of Brighton and Hove, Brighton, Sussex, BN1 1GE, United Kingdom


79 rooms and four suites.

Special features
All rooms boast a plasma screen TV and DVD player, while bathrooms are stocked with BeeKind toiletries from Gilchrist and Soames. Many rooms have ceiling to floor windows with great views.

Pillow Talk
Splash out on a Decadent Studio room for the best time – Jade and Bamboo have big, sexy circular beds, a huge bathtub for two open to the bedroom and floor to ceiling windows, while Harrington has a free standing metallic silver bath. The Carousel suite has its own huge bath and your own walk-in steam room and shower.

Eat & Drink

Dining in
Go spicy: dine on an array of Indian dishes and curries at The Chilli Pickle – winner of some top culinary gongs. For lighter bites or the freshest espresso, pop into the Coffee Batch. Start the night with a creative cocktail at the moodily lit Merkabar – one of Brighton’s hottest bars. It stays open till way after your bedtime.

Served until 11am. Eggs Benedict is a favourite here.

Room service
Available 24 hours.


See & Do
You’re just five minutes here from Brighton’s famous Pier and the beach. Check out the Royal Pavillion and art gallery, or try some high-octane watersports or yacht racing. The city’s famous Lanes are just around the corner and packed with artisan shops if you’re ready to exercise your plastic. For nightlife, Komedia is in the next street.