Brighton hotels with Parking

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As one of the most popular holiday destinations in the UK, Brighton has a lot to offer. Jam-packed every summer, thousands of holidaymakers flock to Brighton Beach to enjoy the sea and sun, take a boat ride, or go fishing. The nearby Brighton Marina and Palace Pier add to the excitement with amazing entertainment options for all; fairground rides and arcades for the kids, and superb restaurants and nightlife scenes for the adults.

The Brighton Royal Pavilion, an iconic Regency-era royal residence, is a must-see with its sweeping gardens and stunning interiors. With about 400,000 visitors each year, this now-museum showcases some iconic pieces of English history. If you’re planning on getting some shopping done, the Lanes, the historic quarter in the city centre, has a selection of boutique stores where you’re guaranteed to find what you’re looking for, along with amazing bars and restaurants. With so much to offer, it’s no wonder that Brighton is a travel favourite for locals and tourists alike.

If you’re driving down to Brighton and don’t want to leave your car in the street or pay more for its accommodation than your own, check out our list of hotels, B&Bs, and guest houses in different areas in Brighton that can give both you and your vehicle a comfortable night’s rest.

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Hotels with parking on or near Brighton Beach

Are you thinking of taking a dip in the summertime or visiting one of the many popular attractions near Brighton Beach? These hotels, B&Bs, and guest houses are all conveniently located near Brighton Beach, with easy access to Brighton Pier, Brighton i360, Queen’s Park Brighton, and other popular attractions.

Budget Options

A Room with A View Guest House

A Room with A View guest house is another fantastic option, coming in at less than £100. They’re exceptionally highly rated by solo travelers, and it’s easy to see why. Most of their en-suite bedrooms offer fantastic views of the sea and pier, with the others facing out into the garden. The rooms are decorated in a modern style, and equipped with tea/coffee-making facilities, and flat-screen smart TVs with internet access. Reading through their reviews, one could easily mistake this guest house for a breakfast restaurant, as it almost always gets mentioned. Apparently, their full English is the one for the record books. Private parking is available for guests, but please contact them before booking.

The Twenty One

The Twenty One is located just a short walk from Brighton Beach and all of the nearby attractions. It boasts comfortable and well-designed rooms, with amazingly luxurious oversized bathtubs. Guests frequently mention the exceptional service and value for money in online reviews, giving them a rating of 9.3 on A variety of popular breakfast options are served daily.

The proprietors help their guests quickly and easily get parking permits nearby, but parking isn’t free.

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Mid-range Options

The Grand Brighton

Bursting with old-fashioned elegance and class, The Grand Brighton can’t be beaten for location. Situated right on the beach, this Renaissance hotel can quickly turn your time in Brighton into something extraordinary. In addition to luxurious and well-equipped rooms, it also features a fantastic restaurant and stylish cocktail bar that serves traditional Sussex cream teas on the terrace. If you’re visiting Brighton during the Christmas season, be sure to check out The Grand Brighton’s Christmas lights. They really go all out with it!

 Paid parking options are available for guests.

The Claremont

This Victoria Villa guest house is well-known throughout Brighton as a top-level accommodation provider. The Claremont was the first accommodation provider in Brighton to receive a 5-star rating by Visit England, and it’s easy to see why. The service at the Claremont is beyond exceptional, and the rooms and grounds are immaculate. They’re also a popular wedding venue, with their beautifully kept Victorian hidden walled garden being the perfect place to relax and enjoy a traditional cream tea.

Paid parking facilities are available.

The Leonardo Royal Hotel Brighton

Located right on the beachfront, the Leonardo Royal Hotel Brighton features everything you could possibly want from a hotel. Guest can luxuirate in their pool, or go for a relaxing and rejuvenating in-house spa session. If you’re feeling energetic, the option for a sweat-session is available at their gym. A highlight of this hotel is their Atrium Bar with its huge glass ceiling and beautiful decor, making it the perfect place to unwind after a long day of exploring Brighton.

Paid parking facilities are available.

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Luxury Accommodation

Drakes Hotel

Drakes luxury boutique hotel is a favourite for those travelling on a less-strict budget. They offer luxury accommodation with some of the finest views of Brighton Palace Pier available. A definite winner here is the Georgian window-adjacent bathtub, where you can relax and take in the ocean views from the luxury of an oversized bathtub. The Egyptian cotton sheets, velvet throws, and goose- or duck-down bedding is the cherry on top of the cake. Drakes award-winning restaurant serves modern and classic European dishes prepared with seasonal and locally sourced ingredients. If you’re a foodie, this is where you want to eat.

Paid parking facilities are available.

Malmaison Brighton

Located in Brighton Marina, the Malmaison Brighton has spectacular ocean and marina views. We like that it’s a bit out of the way from the city centre, while still being within a few minutes’ walk from the beach. The rooms feature modern and stylish art, and are all very light and bright, but it’s not like you’ll want to spend to much time in them anyway. You’re much more likely to fid yourself spending your time out on the outdoor terrace, enjoying the best of modern British cuisine while overlooking the marina happenings.

Guest parking is free.

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Other hotels with free parking in Brighton

If the oceanside isn’t a priority for you, then consider something further inland. Not only is it a quieter option, especially in the shoulder season, but it’s also a bit less congested and often cheaper than seaside accommodation. With an excellent public transport system, getting to the beach or other attractions is still super easy and affordable in case you want to park your car and explore a bit. These hotels, guest houses, and B&Bs all have parking available for their guests.

Linda’s Annex

Linda’s Annex is a top-rated guest house with a rating of 9.5. It has a separate guest entrance, bar, and garden. This is definitely a place to check out, especially in the summer months when you can get the most value from their relaxed outdoor area. If you want privacy and a bit more space than most hotel rooms, this is a great option for you. The villa is comfortable and features all the amenities you’ll need, including a small kitchenette for preparing your own meals if you don’t feel like eating out. A great breakfast is included in the price.

Guest parking is free.

Downs Hotel

Downs Hotel, another top-rated hotel, is located outside of the hustle and bustle of Brighton. At around £100 per night for a single or double room, they offer great value considering how beautiful the rooms, bar, and restaurant are. The Downs Hotel is great for anyone travelling with their pets. Not only is the hotel pet-friendly, but being out of the city means there are great areas to explore with your four-legged best friend.

Guest parking is free.

Brighton Experience Freedom Glamping

If you’re looking for something completely out of the ordinary, take a look at Brighton Experience Freedom Glamping. With comfortable chalets, a big yard, and BBQ facilities, this could make for a great do-it-yourself type break. The site is about a 20-minute walk from Brighton Beach, close enough to explore the city and everything it has to offer, while still feeling out of the way. The chalets are equipped with small kitchenettes to prepare your own meals. The playground and big yard make it a great option for people travelling with children.

Parking is free for guests.

The Ceramic House

The Ceramic House is home to artist Kay Aplin. This unique guest house is filled with stunning ceramic- and mosaic work, with just the cutest little garden to relax and unwind. During the Brighton Festival each May, the house turns into a gallery, where visitors from around the world come to look at Kay’s curated collection of international contemporary ceramics. While there’s no on-site dining, the guest house is located within a 5-minute walk of various cafes and restaurants.

Free guest parking is available.

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