Brighton Centre – Where to Eat, Drink and Sleep
The Brighton Centre
The Brighton Centre is a flexible yet compact venue with a capacity of 400-4,450 delegates in its 5,000m² exhibition space and 23 syndicate rooms, overlooking the sea. With four floors and a syndicate wing, it provides the perfect setting for your next event. Brighton is also easily accessible, with convenient links to rail stations, ports, and other methods of public transport. In addition to this well-equipped venue, Brighton is a great place to host an event because of its vibrant city atmosphere and relaxing beaches. This article aims to provide you with useful tips for places to eat, drink, and sleep if you decide that the Brighton Centre is the venue for you.
Given Brighton’s ideal location by the coast, there are plenty of seafood restaurants in the vicinity. Within a 1-mile radius, there are at least three restaurants dedicated to serving the freshest seafood in the area. The Salt Room, The Copper Clam and Riddle and Finns The Beach are great places to visit if you are in the mood for some fresh seafood and fine dining. While these restaurants might not be the best establishments to visit on a budget, they offer an unforgettable experience. If you’re not in the mood for seafood, there is always NuPosto. It is an affordable Italian restaurant and bar that is known for its oven-cooked Neapolitan pizzas. Lastly, Zahara Bar & Restaurant Brighton is a 2-minute walk away from the Brighton Centre and it offers mostly tapas which can be accompanied by the cocktail menu. The perfect place to go to if you are feeling peckish.
Brighton has a very vibrant nightlife, with plenty of bars, lounges and clubs to choose from. The closest to the venue is Revolution Brighton. It is a bar, equipped with a dance floor and a creative list of cocktails to choose from. A little further down the road from Revolution is Walkabout. It opens at 5 pm on weekdays and is an Australian chain bar with a straightforward drinks menu. If you want a simple drink to relax at the end of a busy working day, Walkabout may be the place for you. The last bar that we recommend you visit on your trip to Brighton is Steinbeck & Shaw Brighton. It is only open Wed-Sat however it stays open from 5 pm until late so if you are interested in a night out, Steinbeck & Shaw is a great spot. It offers a broad range of drinks and cocktails at a reasonable price which makes the experience that more worthwhile.
Just like its selection of bars, Brighton offers plenty of hotel options along the coast. On the cheaper side, there is a Travelodge Brighton Seafront which will provide you with all the necessities- free Wi-Fi, a comfy clean room and a hot breakfast in the morning. If you’d like a bit more luxury, The Grand Brighton could be the hotel for you. It is a 4-star hotel that offers a vast range of rooms, from classic to deluxe sea views to king suites. It is also connected to the Cyan Brighton Restaurant as well as other establishments like a grill, a lounge and an afternoon tea service. Lastly, Number 75 Brighton is a strong contender if all you are looking for is a simple guest accommodation to stay the night in. It offers free Wi-Fi and Smart TV services, clean and tidy rooms and a self-check-in and check-out service to make your stay that much easier.
To conclude, Brighton is a great place to visit and an even better place to host an event, thanks to its home, the Brighton Centre. The area surrounding the centre is filled with a selection of restaurants, bars, and hotels, ensuring your stay in Brighton is enjoyable and memorable.