We stayed for a long weekend, bit of a getaway. I found the hotel to be fine, but not better than fine.
As others have said, I found the decoration a little tired, particularly in the public areas. That said my room was very well appointed, although the view was a bit rubbish (just a messy courtyard with weeds.)
Special comment (and not in a good way) must be reserved for the chap working behind the bar who was the slowest barman I have ever experienced, although he was not helped by having to leave the bar to go to the reception to get change every transaction.
He was the exception though to the rest of the staff we encountered who seemed cheery, friendly and helpful.
The hotel was not noisy apart from a group of people who arrived back at 4.15am on one morning, but then this is Brighton so you should probably expect some partiers.
The real strength of the hotel is the situation, it is right by the sea. A short walk to the city centre, pier and the station which took us about 20 minutes. We also went the the Old Market Theatre one night, which is very close indeed.
Overall then I would say average, neither here nor there, a par score.More
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