We stayed in this hotel for 1 night after going out locally in Kemp Town (for those that don't know, a locality within Brighton) for my birthday, we were not disappointed. When we arrived before I had even said hello I was greeted by name (probably last guest to check in but I liked the attention to detail). The welcome was friendly and the owner offered us a cup of tea, to tell us about the local festival and give us a map with directions if needed. The room was small but perfectly adequate, nicely set out, good bed and comfortable. The breakfast the next day was a very high standard and we both enjoyed our full english. The hotel is very clean and in a good location for all that Brighton has to offer.
Why do I not give this 5 out of 5, the bathroom had paint peeling off the wall and the toilet seat was slightly cracked, but these are very minor issues compared to the overall picture which is very good.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Alvia is a five storey Victorian town house close to the sea and Queen's Park. It has been sympathetically refurbished and redecorated, and the recently re carpeted rooms, which are fully en suite, include flat screen TVs and tean and coffee making facilities. Our bright and sunny west facing dining room offers a comfortable place in which to start the day. ... more less
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