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Hotel du Vin Brighton is situated in the Lanes conservation area, a pebbles' throw from the seafront. Its 49 bedrooms are housed in a collection of eccentric Gothic revival and mock Tudor buildings erected, appropriately by a wine merchant on the site of an old inn. Among many...
Didn't stay at the hotel or eat but did attend an evening function and want to give three thumbs up to Georgia, Benj and Luca for being - well, lovely: suitably knowledgeable; friendly but not overfamiliar; attentive without being obtrusive. Thank you!
This looks good, with part of the bistro in a pretty courtyard, nice decor and promising classic menu. BUT it took ages t0 be served and though the starters were fine, the main courses were all overcooked. The server did ask if everything was OK...More
Had a courtyard room which was very clean but not huge. Lovely big bathroom with signature walk in shower. Courtyard could do with good brushing. Breakfast menu quite good, slow service and omelette my husband ordered was burnt. A wonderful bar area but spoiled by...More
We sat outside, granted the weather was good, but there was plenty of space and we had the sun or the shade option. We had the 3 course Sunday lunch, the party probably had 5 different plates between them and all were incredibly happy with...More
I think this is an overpriced hotel, but then what isn't in Brighton?! The rooms are all different shapes, built around the old building, this makes some a better size than others. They all have interesting features and in particular, great showers and baths. The...More