Where to Stay near The Brighton Centre ?
Reserving hotels and other accommodation is always a good idea when looking to spend some time in the city as regular events take place in and around the central beach area.
Deciding to seek bed and breakfast or hotels is a good option when looking to attend the annual arts festival taking place each May; the Brighton arts festival is the second largest in the U.K. and is attended by many of the best known performers from the U.K., Europe, and the rest of the world. The best places to stay are close to the venue, choose a hotel right on the seafront or around Regency Square.
Live music is one of the major reasons for the popularity of the city for visitors and retains its position as one of the locations where many of the top international bands and performers perform on a regular basis.
Accommodation options are plentiful in the city and take in all budget ranges and styles to make sure each and every visitor to the city finds the perfect place to spend their time during a stay in one of Britain’s most popular seaside locations.
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Brighton, a popular seaside resort
The Brighton area became a popular seaside resort in Britain during the Georgian era of U.K. history, a period which had a major influence on the architecture of the city.
Many visitors look to spend some time in the area to explore the many buildings that remain from the golden era of the city, which includes one of the most iconic piers in the U.K.
Along with the pier the city also has the iconic building known as the Royal Pavilion, which is inspired by the architecture of India. The town is also home to the biggest man-made marina complex in Europe. Planning to stay in the city for a few nights ? Read our comprehensive guide of where to stay in Brighton.
About The Brighton Centre in England UK – BN1 2GR
The Brighton Centre — The Brighton Centre hosts business conferences, exhibitions, and entertainment events (concerts and sport events). This venue has the capacity to accommodate conferences of 100 – 5,000 delegates and is situated within easy walking distance of the city’s major hotels, restaurants and attractions.
The Brighton Centre is located along the town’s seafront on King’s Road, only a 10 minute walk from the main Brighton & Hove railway station, with direct trains to London and frequent services from Portsmouth, Worthing, Lewes, Seaford, Eastbourne and Hastings. From central London by road you can reach the conference centre by taking the M23/A23.
The Brighton Centre also plays host to many concerts by top performers, in the history of the exhibition space legendary performers like Bing Crosby have taken to the stage.
People driving to the venue and using sat nav satellite can use postcode BN1 2GR.
The Brighton Centre – Exhibition Space and Conference Rooms :
- 3,500m2 of exhibition space
- Auditorium 1 with a seating capacity of 4,450
- Auditorium 2 with a seating capacity of 640
- 4 syndicate rooms seating 200 each
- 7 breakout rooms with a capacity between 20-70
- 6 boardrooms/offices capacity between 6-20
Air Connections — The Brighton Conference Centre is served by London Gatwick International Airport, located 26 minutes by frequent train services and 35 minutes (28 miles) by road from Brighton. London Heathrow Int Airport hotels are 70 minutes away by road (60 miles).