Mercure seafront hotel, Brighton, review
The Mercure Seafront Hotel may look a bit dated by the sea from the outside, but it feels plush inside — and at a relatively affordable price.
Read on to learn more about the rooms, food, and facilities.
Where is the Mercure Seafront Hotel?
Located directly on the beach in the popular seaside town of Brighton, this hotel is the perfect place for a romantic weekend.
The train station is a 20 minute walk or there is parking available at the hotel but the cost is steep – £25 a night.
What is the Mercure Seafront Hotel like?
The Grade II listed building has recently been renovated and features a striking reception area with velvet armchairs, spacious bedrooms with every comfort and a ballroom with a capacity for 150 people.
It is perfectly located for exploring Brighton and the South Downs.
What can I do at the Mercure Seafront Hotel?
Stroll along the Prom, or the city center and The Lanes are just 15 minutes’ walk away.
Brighton Palace Pier and the Brighton i360 – a huge tower that takes visitors 162m above sea level – are both nearby.
For those wanting to venture a little further, there are many National Trust sites for walks in the East Sussex countryside.
What is there to eat and drink at the Mercure Seafront Hotel?
Enjoy dinner with a view at The Goulty, which serves steaks, salads and a variety of ice creams.
We enjoyed the pan seared salmon with Parmentier potatoes (£17.50) and a Thai panang curry (£16).
For special occasions you can book the restaurant’s Coast View Suite which of course has stunning views over Brighton Beach.
What are the rooms like at the Mercure Seafront Hotel?
They are large and the king-size beds ensure a good night’s sleep.
Some rooms offer views of the promenade and the sea.
Our suite had a huge art deco bathroom with a rain shower.
How much is the Mercure Seafront Hotel?
Double rooms with inland views start from £134 per night.
Click here to book.
Is the Mercure Seafront Hotel family friendly?
The triple and quadruple rooms are perfect for families with children.
Is there access for disabled guests?
Yes. The entire hotel is wheelchair accessible.
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