Picture drinking a cold beer in your Brighton hostel facing the seashore, a walk on the Brighton pier or tasting some fresh fish and chips in an independent restaurant facing the beach. Does that feel like joy?! Brighton is just an hour from London by train and it is definitely less expensive than the Capital. Get away from the busy tube, the float of tourists and enjoy a break to fully charge your batteries! Brighton hostels made Chris Eubank falling in love with hostelling, let’s not forget that!
Hostels in Brighton are all in the city centre and close to the main railway station so that reaching the beach or the pier walking won’t be an issue. Enjoy your nights out in one of the clubs close to the seashore and then come back without having the issue on what bus to get or how much a taxi would cost. Brighton hostels are modern and offer all the services you need to make your stay unforgettable: from free Wi-Fi to the breakfast, every type of accommodation from dorms to privates, bars, pub crawls and much more!
There are plenty of hostels in Brighton to pick from, and for those looking to hit the nightlife scene, there are hostels on the doorstep of the action in the city centre and the pier. We don’t feel to recommend you one in particular (they are all beautiful) and, as you know, each hostel is different and it is really up to what you are looking for: is it relax? Party? Or it’s the location what matters the most to you? If the hostels in Brighton converted Chris Eubank to hostelling, well, there's not much more we can add!
Brighton city life develops from the sea and the pier to the inside bringing a fresh wind among its streets. Do some window shopping at the Brighton Marina and, then, admire the new and modern British Airways i360 from below, a 162-metre observation tower with a bar, walking towards the pier for some videogames and cold beer! Night time? There is a long list of clubs to pick from!
Once you get to the central train station, it will be super easy to get to your hostel in Brighton. The city is small and easily walkable, but if you’re staying a little further out you can always hop in a black cab. When you’re ready to explore Brighton, it’s best enjoyed on foot so you don’t miss a thing in its quaint, cobbled lanes and glorious seafront. There is an easy to use bus service that covers the whole city – grab a timetable from the train station if you want to use it.