ARE you dreaming of a staycation in one of the most expensive hotels in Brighton? 

With free standing baths, sea views and impressive restaurants, these hotels have it all.. If you can afford to stay there. 

Here are some of the most expensive Bournemouth hotels on to visit:

The Grand Brighton

Deluxe king room with sea view

£350 - with breakfast

The Argus:

This iconic hotel is right on the seafront and boasts some of the best views of the water. 

Home to the renound Cyan restaurant and award-winning afternoon teas, The Grand Brighton is fit for royalty. 

The Argus:

The decor of the king room is cosy, neautral and warm making it a key favourite for many of the rich and famous.

At a staggering £350 the room has an extra large bed with a comfortable seating area which boasts stunning views across the water and some of the king rooms have large balconies. 

Malmaison Brighton

Deluxe double room with sea view


The Argus:

Situated just two miles out of the town centre, the four star Malmaison is situated on the Brighton Marina waterfront. 

The hotel has its own trade mark Chez Mal Brasserie which serves French inspired dishes and there is also the glittery Chez Mal Bar to retreat in after a hard day's shopping. 

The Argus:

Described as 'truly sublime' the double room will cost set you back a whopping £285 a night.

Basic at best, this room has been classicly designed to incorporate modern style with traditional finishes and you are able to have your own private balcony. 


King room with sea view


The Argus:

Drakes is a four-star luxury boutique hotel that overlooks the Brighton Palace Pier. There is an award-winning restaurant and 24-hour lounge bar. 

The hotel is fit to give you the celebrity treatment with icons like Kylie Minogue regularly checking-in. But would spend £300 to stay there? 

The Argus:

In every room there are individual gift packs of White Company toiletries, a waffle robe and complimentary branded Drakes slippers as well as still and sparkling Hildon water. 

The room features a handmade super king-size bed with sea views and a feature free standing bath in front of celing to floor bay windows.

Hotel Una 


£578 - two night stay including breakfast

Hotel Una features modern and stylish accomodation with a bar, spa rooms and cinema room. 

Situated on the iconic Regency Square, this hotel has been uniquely designed throughout to offer the highest level of glamour at every corner. 

The Argus:

Quaile is Una's luxury suite which is split across two floors and is described as boasting four different ambiences for your entertainment, relaxation and comfort.

The Argus:

Costing more than the average Brit's weekly wage, this suite features a full home cinema with projector screen with leather recliners, a private bar and dining table plus a lounge area.

The king size bed is Italian designed and has a free standing bath at it's base. There is also a walk in shower with two feature sky lights in the bathroom. 

All prices are correct at the time of publishing for a one night stay on Saturday 14 November 2020.

Which hotel room is your favourite? Let us know in the comments.