A new hotel is promising guests a “home away from home” with its own fitness room, 24/7 pantry and evening social events.

Staybridge Suites in Fleet Street, Brighton, offers visitors “the comforts of home in a stylish contemporary space”, with more than 100 studio rooms and suites.

Each of the hotel’s rooms are fully equipped kitchen, a relaxing seating area and high-speed WiFi.

Guests are able to benefit from the use of a chill-out area called The Den, as well a fitness room, a laundry room available day and night and a fully stocked pantry - open 24/7 for customers to purchase groceries, snacks and other necessities for a homely and easy stay.

Visitors can also mingle with other guests at evening social events, held three times a week at the hotel.

Shah Yaqubi, general manager of the new hotel, said: “The opening of Staybridge Suites Brighton brings a unique concept to the city, where guests can enjoy a home away from home.

“With a strong and varied offering, the hotel will cater for the local community as well as those visiting from outside of the city, with a modern but relaxed feel.

“It’s been exciting to watch the plans become a reality after lots of work and planning, and we are confident that we can provide top-quality services and facilities to all guesses with a talented team on board.”

The hotel is designed to cater for a wide range of guests and, with no minimum length of stay, guests are expected to travel for a long-stay business trip to weekend family getaways.

Developed and operated by Madison Cairn, the location aims to provide guests with the comforts of home with more space and a greater sense of community than compared to traditional hotels.

The hotel is now open for bookings, which can be made via the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) website.

IHG has over 6,000 hotels in over 100 countries, with more than 1,800 in development.