The Hilton Hotel in Brighton can be found in prime seafront position giving guests a lovely view of the sea from their room. The hotel is in perfect location as it is in walking distance of everything you come to Brighton for. In terms of its proximity to London, it is only 1 hour away. Furthermore, in typical hilton fashion the hotels interior is very eye catching and away from the luxurious rooms there is plenty to do in the hotel such as, enjoy a day at the spa or relax in the pool.
There is a range of lavishly designed rooms to choose from when staying at the Hilton Brighton Metropole. Each room comes with wifi access, double bed (at least) and a sitting chair. If you prefer something a bit more privileged than the standard room then the hotel has king seaview room which even comes with its own private balcony allowing you to enjoy the wonderful coastline from the comfort of your own room. The hotel also has suites available which make guests feel like they are truly in a home away from home, with a large separate living room, dining table and luxurious bathroom to pamper yourself in.
Within the hotel there is also a state of the art health club and spa which consists of treatment rooms, a gym and an indoor swimming pool. Within the spa there is the unique option to “schmoo by the sea” (just has a seaview, it's not outside don’t worry) where guests can fall deep into a state of relaxation whilst receiving a number of different facial treatments and massages.
Brighton is an extremely buzzing and beautiful coastal town just an hour outside of London. If you wish to be active on your trip then you can learn to windsurf on the beautiful hove lagoon. Or if you prefer to visit some of the cultural sites of this wonderful city then Arundel castle is a fantastic attraction with over 1,000 years of fascinating history. Hilton Brighton Metropole has at its doorstep the city’s finest shopping facilities ranging from the finest high end designer fashion to small little shops.
For the golfer there is plenty to keep you satisfied. Just 38 minutes away is the beautiful East Sussex National Golf Club which boasts two gorgeous 18 hole courses; The East and The West. The East course provides a stringent examination of a golfer’s skill and guile around a golf course. Measuring in at 7,138 yards it has proved to be a challenge for some of the world’s best golfers when it played host to the 1993 and 1994 European opens. On top of this it has also hosted 5 European Challenge Tour events.
The West Course was once the private playground for club members but thankfully it's now open for play to all comers. Often regarded as the more scenic and intimate of the two courses, the West is just as tough a nut to crack as its better known sibling. Tighter from the tee and more undulating, the West has bundles of character and although being surprisingly longer than the East Course, is doesn't really play as such and, as on the East, there are tees to suit varying standards of golfer.