Old Ship Hotel, Brighton, East Sussex
The Old Ship Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in the vibrant city of Brighton, on the South Coast, with parts of the building dating back to 1559. Standing proudly on the seafront of this historic city, the hotel is perfectly placed to put business and leisure visitors at the heart of the action.
With 154 well appointed bedrooms, many with a sea view, this 4* hotel comfortably combines its traditional heritage with the expectation on the modern world. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel. The extensive public area lounges are perfect for meeting friends or anyone wishing to just relax and watch the world go by. Alternatively, a five minute walk will take you to the heart of The Lanes Shopping District or the promenade with all it has to offer.
The hotel is known for its dog friendly approach and dog biscuits are available free of charge at reception with a dog bowl, bed and biscuits as part of the upgrade grade for those being accompanied by their furry companions.
Named after the Officers Mess on a warship The Wardroom Restaurant uses locally sourced produce and has a well-deserved reputation for offering contemporary cuisine, combining international flavours with traditional cooking techniques. By contrast, The Mess Deck Bar and Terrace offers an all-day informal menu with outside seating in the warmer months which perfectly complement the calm, serene interior all year around.
Brighton’s original Assembly Rooms form part of the hotels 11 function rooms suiting events for up to 250 whilst the restored Wine Cellars allows for a unique private dining experience for up to 30.
Telephone: 01273 329001
Email: [email protected]