Hotel Una



55-56 Regency Square Brighton & HoveSee nearby area


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    Lonely Planet review

    All of the 19 generous rooms here wow guests with their bold-patterned fabrics, supersized leather sofas, in-room free-standing baths and vegan/veggie/carnivorous breakfast in bed. Some, such as the two-level suite with its own mini-cinema, and the underpavement chambers with their own spa and Jacuzzi, are truly show-stopping and not as expensive as you might expect.

    All this plus a cool cocktail bar and lots of timewarp period features make the Una our numero uno.

    Our independent authors have visited Hotel Una and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Brighton & Hove.

    Description provided by property

    Ideally situated in the heart of Brighton, and just off Brighton Rail Station, Hotel Una offers modern and stylish accommodation, a bar and massage service. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout and public parking is possible at a location nearby.

    Each room at Hotel Una is individually decorated with contrasting textures, natural wood and modern artwork. Some have special features, such as a balcony, a hot tub or free-standing bath. All include a flat-screen TV and complimentary White Company toiletries.

    This chic boutique hotel also offers a bar serving cocktails and a selection of whiskeys, cognacs and champagne. The bar is open 24 hours to residents.

    Plenty of bars, restaurants and shops are found right at the doorstep. The world-famous Brighton Pier is only 20 minutes’ walk away. London is just 1 hour away by train.

    Services & facilities

    • Bar
      • Available
    • Breakfast
      • Breakfast in the room
    • Non-smoking
      • Non-smoking throughout
      • Non-smoking rooms
    • Guest services
      • 24-hour front desk
      • Room service
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