Good Hotels in Eastbourne
Eastbourne is one of the South East’s most popular seaside resorts, a popular holiday destination for people of all ages, from young families to the retired. Away from the sea, it’s a place with plenty of heritage and culture, with several museums and theatres adding a further dimension to this charming resort. To learn more about hotels in Eastbourne, read this guide.
Eastbourne Hotels - Where To Stay
Hydro Hotel, Mount Road, BN20 7HZ
Commanding one of the finest positions in the town, the Hydro Hotel has become as renowned for its gardens as its accommodation in recent years – making for the perfect weekend break away. Prices can start from as low as £59.50 per person during the winter months.
Dating all the way back to 1895, the elegant lounges are a particular highlight here. The Crystal Restaurant has also won much praise for the quality of its cuisine – serving traditional English fare and French dishes every day of the week. Alternatively, for those interested in fine dining, a meal at The Orangery is a must.
Eastbourne Riviera, 26 Marine Parade, BN22 7AY
This hotel takes pride of place right in the centre of Eastbourne seafront. The Rivera offers friendly staff and relaxing accommodation and is just yards from the town’s famous Victorian pier.
The accommodation on offer here comprises 37 well furnished ensuite bedrooms, all with flat screen TV’s and tea and coffee making facilities. As with the Hydro, the restaurant here offers the hotel’s strongest appeal, providing high quality cuisine with an extensive wine list.
Raymar Hotel, Cambridge Road, BN22 7BS
This charming, newly refurbished B&B will make you fall in love with the English seaside holiday again. The Raymar prides itself on its warm, family-friendly atmosphere, providing an individual experience for each and every guest.
If you’re looking for a relaxing base to explore local sights including Beachy Head and the Sussex Downs, this is one of the best Eastbourne hotels if the sole aim of a break is to get away from it all.
The hotel is only 30m from the seafront and a gentle stroll will lead you to many of the town’s most popular cafes, restaurants, bars and theatres. Those with young families may also appreciate the special accommodation deals on offer here.
The Guesthouse, Hartlington Place, BN21 3BS
Enjoy the splendour of Eastbourne’s seafront at this contemporary boutique B&B. This four star, silver rated accommodation certainly makes a bold statement – proclaiming itself to be at the forefront of the ‘new Eastbourne’ – and as the town is benefitting from numerous regeneration projects, it’s hard to argue with.
Within the confines of a stunning Grade II listed Regency villa, has six modern suites offering 21st century living at its very best. This may be the right choice for anyone with a larger-than-average family, as some suites come equipped with extra sofa beds and fold out beds.
Hotels in Eastbourne: Budget Choices
Travelodge – Marine Parade, BN22 7AY
Premier Inn – Willingdon Drive, BN23 8AL
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