Stayed here 1 night for a theatre show. The hotel is new and boutique styled with funky retro 60's furniture and decoration style. The hotel only offers varying rooms and there is a coffee shop attached.
The bar on a Friday night was very busy, full of the younger set enjoying themselves in the great surroundings and cocktail service. The hotel operate a strict dress code, so was not rowdy just buzzing with a good vibe.
We had a superior double. Odd shaped room with curves and egg shaped wall niche housing a colour changing led light. Nice Tech touches- very good TV though limited stations (about 6) and a 3mm MP3 AUX in socket linking to two ceiling speakers and wall mounted volume control.
OK IF YOU HAVE A LEAD!
Comfy ben and pillows though for us bed on the soft side. Quiet AC/heating
The bathroom is designed as a pod style housing WC/shower in separate enclosures and a D shaped area with basin etc. Great Mini bar if required with modern choice, mini safe.
Located within easy walking distance of all the local bars, theatres and eateries, and Royal Pavillion. 10 mins to sea front.
The reception staff (BILLIE) was very professional, helpful and attentive- a credit to My Hotels.
PARKING. Care required! There is a bookable underground car par which is minute and offers around 15 spaces for mainly small cars. It is very very tight and if you choose the wrong space for a larger car there is a risk you won't get out due to limited turning space, other cars or risk scraping a wall, pillar or drain pipe. Was £29 for day but turned out this was not 24hrs and until check out only, so was £29 for 6pm to 12pm next day. parking in Brighton is a nightmare ( we are local) there is no free city centre on street parking with most roads resident permits only. You can park out of town but would need a bus or 30 mions walk to get into hotel. NCP s are available but dear. £18 over 4 hours about £25 per day. If using for a theatre after 5.30pm you pay just £5.
In summary a realy fun stay in a nice place, good facilities, very slightly let down on presentation by some rough interior decoration skill,s but that's being picky. Was it worth £120 per night for this room, MMMMMMMMM/ difficult it IS Brighton, probably happier to pay £90 for experience.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A Celebration of Brighton's Renegade Creativity Head into the heart of Brighton's beachside cultural life, the buzzing North Laine, and you'll find us - the naughty little brother of My Hotels. Inside we've combined the aesthetic ideas of New York designer Karim Rashid with cool artist studios created by local artisans to offer a futuristic and native flavour. Outside, the welcoming warren of creative independent shops, bars and eateries will have you dreaming about moving here. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
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