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Grand Hotel Eastbourne
Situated on the Western Promenade in Eastbourne, is the Grand Hotel, a vision of white reflecting the glories of Victorian architecture. This magnificent 19th century hotel has been sympathetically restored and modernised by Elite Hotels to meet 21st century requirements. The luxury 5-star accommodation, with 152 rooms - many having views of the sea - provides the ideal base for touring Sussex or simply enjoying the superb leisure facilities and gourmet restaurants within the hotel (please note that gentlemen are requested to wear a jacket or tie in both restaurants for dinner).
Best Western Lansdowne Hotel Eastbourne
THE BEST WESTERN LANSDOWNE HOTEL HAS WON MANY AWARDS.THE HOTEL FEATURES INCLUDE ELEGANT LOUNGES FACING THE SEA, TOGETHER WITH AN ATTRACTIVE REGENCY BAR, TWO SNOOKER AND GAMES ROOM HELP TO MAKE THE BEST WESTERN LANSDOWNE HOTEL PERFECT FOR DUPLICATE/RUBBER BRIDGE WEEKENDS. IT IS ALSO IDEALLY SITUATED FOR GOLF HOLIDAYS AND IS LOCATED ON THE SEAFRONT IN THIS POPULAR CONFERENCE TOWN. THE BEST WESTERN LANSDOWNE HOTEL IS CLOSE TO NO LESS THAN THREE FIRST CLASS GOLF COURSES PLUS TWO HUNDRED ACRES OF PARKS AND GARDENS. SHOPS AND THEATRES ARE WITHIN A FOUR-MINUTE WALK. ALSO AVAILABLE ARE TWENTY-TWO LOCK-UP GARAGES AT A NOMINAL CHARGE. FOR DINNER RESERVATONS PLEASE ADVISE ON ARRIVAL OR TELEPHONE THE HOTEL. A FOUR-COURSE DINNER IS AVAILABLE FOR £22.92 AND SUNDAY LUNCH IS AVAILABLE FOR £12.95 FOR A TWO-COURSE AND £15.95 FOR A THREE-COURSE.
The Bay Hotel Pevensey Bay
RelaxInnz Bay Hotel in Pevensey Bay, near Eastbourne, dates back to 1890. This traditional inn now has 11 ensuite rooms, a restaurant, bar and games room. It is popular with holidaymakers using the range of beautiful award winning beaches on this stretch of the Sussex Coastline along with business travellers who visit the area. Amenities include Freeview TV, tea and coffee making facilities, real ale bar, home cooking, live entertainment on designated nights, children’s play area and ample parking. Pevensey Bay, steeped in history, was the site where William the Conqueror first set foot in England. Local attractions include the remains of Pevensey Castle, one of nine forts that stood defending the south coast against Saxon Invaders, Eastbourne and its Pier, the Napoleonic Martello Towers and Plumpton Race Course.
Cavendish Hotel Eastbourne
The Cavendish, named after the 7th Duke of Devonshire, William Cavendish, is a majestic hotel commanding the premier sea front position on Eastbourne's Grand Parade on the south-east coast of England.
The hotel enjoys a reputation for fine food and wine in its magnificent "Marine" dining room, making it an excellent venue for business people, conference delegates and holiday makers.
Accommodation at the Cavendish Hotel is uniquely luxurious, and many of the suites enjoy breathtaking views across the sea. Individual bedroom facilities include satellite TV, Teletext, welcome refreshment tray, telephone and, of course, en-suite amenities.
24 hour room service is available offering a variety of food, snacks and drinks.
The Pier Hotel Eastbourne
RelaxInnz The Pier Hotel is a delightful boutique hotel with 31 carefully designed en-suite bedrooms and a beautiful sun terrace which over looks Eastbourne Promenade, Pier and Bandstand. The hotel has all the amenities that a business traveller would expect from free wireless internet throughout the building to a meeting room for 100 guests. Dine in the a la carte restaurant "Pebbles", where the house chef creates freshly prepared 'home made' evening meals accompanied by some of the finest wines available. The Pier is an ideal choice for guests travelling for business or pleasure. The hotel is perfect for events such as wedding receptions, christenings, party nights or corporate meetings. With Eastbourne hosting a number of major events including the Eastbourne Airshow, Championship Tennis and Party Political Conferences - The Pier Hotel offers a warm welcome.
The Corn Exchange Hailsham
RelaxInnz Corn Exchange in Hailsham, near Eastbourne, dates back to the 17th Century and has sixteen en-suite bedrooms, a cafe bar / bistro, a traditional real ale bar and a nightclub. All the public areas and bedrooms have been refurbished to reflect the needs of travellers today who can now enjoy multi-channel TV, internet access, tea / coffee making facilities and free residents car parking. Breakfast, lunch or dinner can be taken in the vibrant bistro whilst in the Real Ale Bar there is a Pool table and large screen with Sky Sports. Alternative entertainment can be found in the Exchange nightclub which is open until late Thursday to Saturday. The small market town of Hailsham is located 5 miles from Eastbourne, whilst Michelham Priory, Drusillas Park, Battle Abbey, Arlington Speedway, The Observatory Science Centre and Pevensey Castle are also close by with Gatwick Airport less than an hour away. Please note that your card will be debited for the full amount of your stay 48 hours prior to arrival.