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Being a frequent traveller I have stayed in many hostels across the world, this by far was the worst! On arrival I was impressed by the location but that quickly changed as I noticed 4 potentially homless people also on the sets (6pm) I clambered...More
Very close to Brighton Pier and the beach. The housekeeping girl is very nice and smilling. The breakfast is okay and basic, we make by ourself. The National Express bus from Gatwick will arrive directly behind this hostel. The bath water is hot...More
I was going to give three stars (average) and will try to be even handed. My bunk was ten quid, shared with 5 other men, some came in at 3 am and at 5 am. Toilet/shower had a broken lock. Lobby? Doss house, reception staff...More
We stayed in one of the private double rooms (room 47) which was a cosy double room with a normal bathroom. In comparison to another double room where we stayed in in one of our previous stays in Brighton (room 18 or 19 - can't...More
Was expecting the worst and not disappointed, working in the prison service it did give an insight in to how a first time offender must feel on waking up in a cell . The foyer was shoddy and dirty with ripped seating and a smell...More
US$14 - US$49 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Gabriel R | Reviewed this property |
For daytime parking you'd probably need to head up to Albion Hill or Southover street and find a spot in one of the roads off those, street parking there is free and unlimited. Closer to the hostel the street parking is... More
For daytime parking you'd probably need to head up to Albion Hill or Southover street and find a spot in one of the roads off those, street parking there is free and unlimited. Closer to the hostel the street parking is short-term and not exactly cheap, and if you're lucky you might find a spot in an all-day underground car park. They're often already full though and also cost a little.
Imo it's much easier to park further out and walk a little, or choose a hostel further from the pier area.