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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Loved this place from the fantastic staff who are so enthusiastic about where they work to the wonderful and decadent decor.
Amazing !

Thank hilarys64
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The splendour of this place is quite breathtaking. Very well worth a visit and a credit to the people who care for it.

Thank G07
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This is so beautiful.stunning building...ice rink has been put up for Christmas and the New Year..walk around is so relaxing..

Thank kathandherb
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Reviewed 2 days ago

A well spent hour and a half with very helpful staff. Recommend a visit. Arrange parking beforehand or get a taxi!

Thank brynelfed
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Reviewed 2 days ago

I went to England on a school trip,the third week of October . We visited the Royal Pavilion in Brighton and it ' s simply amazing .The Pavilion was built for George 4th ,who was considered as an excessive king .The Palace was absolutely fantastic ,the design was inspired by chinesse and indian cultures .The banquet room was particularly impressive :there was a huge table with a giant chandelier covered with a splendid dragon and palm trees on the ceiling.It's 9£ for children and 15,50£ for adult,it's not to much for this beautiful place.This place is worth visisting and the audio guides are very intresting .(AG)

Thank Nina_bkr
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Reviewed 2 days ago

So I went on a school trip in England,and the last day we went to Brighton. It's an interesting city whith the Royal Pavilion, but it's not free. Brighton is near the sea, which makes a beautiful view and many beaches of rocks. There are a lot of useful shops for every ages. We also went to an indian restaurant, and it seem like we were in India. So if you're hungry there are a lot of restaurant from around the world, and it seems like you travel around the world staying in Brighton. You can also buy traditional food in the supermarket called "Sainsbury's".

Useful tips: If you don't have a lot of money whith you, in the center of Brighton there's a big shop not expensive at all, called "Primark".

So I recommended Brighton for everybody!

Thank Mmldv1
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Reviewed 2 days ago

I went to Brighton on the 18th of October for a cultural trip with my english teachers and there was not a lot of tourists. There was a lot of varied shops and commercial center, there is also the Royal Pavillon which was very good to visit. YOU can walk near of the sea with the beautiful view. You will probably need a jacket because there is frequently wind next to the sea. In Brighton there is almost 100 parks and gardens like the Preston Park around Brighton. It is not to far from London(90km)so you can go to London by car.

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Reviewed 3 days ago

Ostentation overload, the Pavilion is worth a visit. Todays Royal family would never get away with this.

Thank Jean L
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Reviewed 3 days ago

A delightful place to visit. Amazing furnishings. Very opulent. Excellent audio commentary about the history of the palace.

Thank chrissy1803
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

The Prince Regent’s seaside Palace has always been an iconic building in Brighton and has recently been refurbished. The Interior is lavish and very much over the top with it’s interpretation of Chinese decorations including massive dragons trailing huge chandeliers. The Prince Regent, later George IV is often celebrated as a patron of the arts but he was also a spendthrift monarch at a time when ordinary people were experiencing hardship in an ongoing fight for rights and liberty. The Gilray and Cruikshank cartoons on provide contemporary satire on his excessive behaviour. There is however plenty to admire in the skills of the original architects and craftsmen as well as the current conservation team. If you are in Brighton and have not visited it is well worth the entrance fee. The audio guide also gives a good commentary on each room and the highlights the history of the building over the years including as a military hospital for Indian soldiers during World War 1. There is a combined ticket with the Brighton Museum which is worth particularly it if you are staying for a day or two.

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