Stayed at the Mercure on Saturday night and decided to check out the reviews a few days beforehand. there was a flurry of very recent, very bad reviews so I was dreading my stay. Much relieved to say had a positive experience. yes OK parking is a nightmare in Brighton expecially on a weekend in July - but we got a space in the hotel. Staff were friendly, helpful and professional. Room was nothing special but freshly decorated/renovated, not stuffed to bursting with useless pieces of furniture and clean. Breakfast was fine - plenty of fresh pastries and buffet was simple but regularly topped up.
£150 a night is a lot for what you get - it's not really a 4 star hotel but it seemed to me that everyone there was trying hard to provide guests with a pleasant and relaxing stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Location doesn't come much better than this, right on Brighton seafront with fantastic views of the beach and out to sea. Close to the Brighton Centre and the town centre this elegant Regency style hotel is perfectly situated for business and leisure guests. Each of the 116 bedrooms has an en-suite bathroom, flat screen LCD TV featuring in room entertainment and high-speed internet access, hairdryer, trouser press as well as tea and coffee making facilities. The hotel has limited parking on site and this is charged at £25.00 Per car overnight and is payable at check in. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ramada Brighton
- Brighton Ramada