Brighton, East Sussex
Beautiful hotel on Brighton's buzzing beachfront with stylish rooms, sea views, and comfy communal spaces.
Whether travelling for work or pleasure, of combining both, this unique hotel at the heart of buzzing Brighton offers everything travellers need to enjoy a welcoming, sociable and relaxing stay.
Selina offers guests a unique experience where they can enjoy the luxurious rooms in a fabulous location as well as a range of other options including regular yoga classes, a co-working space and craft workshops.
This wonderful social element allows guests to connect with like-minded travellers, so is perfect for both groups of friends and individual visitors alike. The co-working spaces are also used by Brighton residents, giving guests the chance to interact with the locals. Selina is truly a destination for a 21st century tourist.
The hotel occupies an enviable position, in central Brighton, with direct, uninterrupted views of the famous seafront and the iconic West Pier.
Start the stay by settling in to one of the exquisite rooms. A pale pastel colour scheme, repurposed wooden features and carefully curated furnishings and artworks create unique bedrooms where guests will instantly feel at home. Mattresses and linens are high quality and thick curtains keep the morning light at bay. Pull them back at the start of the day to reveal great views of the seafront and the city.
Once bags have been unpacked, mattresses tested and views admired, head downstairs for complimentary welcome drinks in one of the beautiful shared lounge areas. Relax and chat to new friends, or simply stare out of the large windows and indulge in some people-watching.
This bar/restaurant area is painted a welcoming pale pink, filled with foliage and quirky mismatched furniture. After drinks, maybe head to the co-working area for a movie, live music or take part in one of the craft sessions which include everything from floral crown making to lino printing.
After a restful night's sleep, start the day for sunrise seafront yoga sessions before tucking into a hearty breakfast at Selina's Old Pier restaurant.
Guests could be forgiven for never leaving Selina's environs but Brighton has much to discover, whether it is strolls along the lively beachfront with its buskers, skaters and street artists, or exploring the Lanes shopping areas where visitors find everything from designer clothes to some the best vintage clothing shops in the country. For great food nearby, Bincho (Korean barbecue) and The Salt Room come highly recommended.
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