City good on hotel prices

More people are choosing to stay in the UK

More people are choosing to stay in the UK

First published in News

HOTEL rooms in Brighton and Hove are 40% cheaper than the country’s priciest staycation location.

The city has been named as the 17th most expensive British seaside resort in a new study topped by St Ives in Cornwall.

The average one night hotel stay in Brighton is £71 according to The Times study, making it £4 cheaper than the average stay at neighbours Worthing, which ranked 13th in the table.

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9:19am Mon 4 Aug 14

Phani Tikkala says...

….and if you exclude any downmarket "Bed and breakfast"s from the list, bet you it's the most expensive place in the country to stay
….and if you exclude any downmarket "Bed and breakfast"s from the list, bet you it's the most expensive place in the country to stay Phani Tikkala
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1:03pm Mon 4 Aug 14

Bob_The_Ferret says...

When you factor in parking costs I bet it's a completely different story.
When you factor in parking costs I bet it's a completely different story. Bob_The_Ferret
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6:51pm Mon 4 Aug 14

Phani Tikkala says...

Double room at the Hilton next Saturday - £225
Double room at the Hilton next Saturday - £225 Phani Tikkala
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