Dating back in parts to 1559, this is the oldest hotel in Brighton and stands proud on the bustling seafront in this popular coastal UK destination. From its magnificent white facade to the contemporary modern reception area, this hotel prides itself on excellent customer service and comfortable relaxed surroundings.
Exclusively available to guests, The Old Ship Hotel offers resident-only, fully equipped gym. With facilities such as treadmill, rowing machine, upright bikes and more, the gym is a fantastic place to work out The Old Ship's contemporary brasserie is just a stones throw from the seafront, overlooking Brighton promenade, and serves a fine selection of continental gourmet dishes, accompanied by an extensive choice of fine wines. Relax with a cocktail or a glass of fine wine and on those great summer days, you can also enjoy the busy street life from the Bar's sun-drenched Al Fresco area.
Breakfast - Mon-Fri 07:00 - 10:00, weekends 08:00 - 11:00
Dinner - daily 18:00 to 21:00
Pets are allowed at a supplement per night.
Free WiFi available throughout the hotel.
SEA LIFE Brighton
i360 Observation Tower
Glyndebourne Opera House
From the M25: Exit the M25 at junction 7 onto the M23 South. Continue on the M23 onto the A23. Follow signs to Brighton and, on reaching the town, follow signs for the town centre and sea front. After the Royal Pavilion (on your right), turn right at the seafront roundabout onto Kings Road (A259). You will find the hotel just 600 yards on the right.
From the South West/Exeter: Follow the A30 to Honiton and join the A35 passing Dorchester turning onto A31. Take the A31 onto the M27 continuing onto the A27 all the way to Brighton. Follow signs for the seafront, turning right after the Royal Pavilion (on your right), turn right at the seafront roundabout onto Kings Road (A259). You will find the hotel just 600 yards on the right.
Nearest Station - Brighton: 1 Mile
Nearest Airport - London Gatwick: 28 Miles