NSH News & Video Diary

What’s On in Brighton this February 2023. There’s always plenty to do and see in Brighton, we have comedy, sports, theatre, music, walks, beaches! The lot!

Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club Posted: January 24, 2024

We have watched Brighton football club climb back into premier league football since 2017 and in 2023 they qualified for 2023-24 UEFA Europa League!

Something for all ages Our city is jam-packed with activities throughout the year, for all ages. Enjoy time with romantic partners or family and friends and chose

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Brighton has always been a magnet for families. With its famous beach and pier and large variety of shops, events and things to do for

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When you come to Brighton, we’re not just all about the beaches, beautiful as they are. Down here in the south of England, our adorable

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Paloma Lacy writes for London News Online about her long weekend in Brighton with a young family. We were delighted to welcome her as a guest at the hotel.
Here Paloma writes a weekend roundup of best places to visit, eat and stay.

Brighton has always been a romantic city, and couples flood here year round to enjoy the wide variety of activities on offer. Whether you are

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Maryana comes to stay Posted: June 21, 2023 | Tags: , ,

“I just got back from Brighton in England and I can say that this city is simply amazing. With over 290,000 people, Brighton has everything a big city has to offer, with a friendly, small-town feel.”

We were delighted to feature in this month’s Your Dog article on dog-friendly Brighton alongside some of the City’s great places to eat and drink, soak-up some history or just stretch your legs!

Brighton, with its mix of cosmopolitan culture and diverse cuisine, has always been ahead of its time when it comes to the latest trends in food and drink.

We were delighted to featured in OutNews Global’s, Dec 2021 issue Staycation Special!

A Winter Weekend in Brighton.

Romany Mark Bruce, (UN)SEEN 2023 Posted: April 14, 2023

Brighton Fringe Festival 2023 brings an exhibition of new paintings by Romany Mark Bruce to our hotel, bar and bistro – New Steine Hotel, 10-11

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Visit the St James Quarter, where The New Steine Hotel & Bistro are located, on your next visit to Brighton for some of the best independent bars, eateries and hotels.
Read a review of St. James Quarter, Brighton published in The Argus, Brighton, Sept. 29th 2022.

Summer 2022 Hotel Video Posted: June 30, 2022 | Tags: , ,

Let Hervé, the proprietor of the New Steine Hotel, talk you through the New Steine Hotel and its recent refurbishment to acknowledge his 21st anniversary.

Brighton is full of amazing eateries and we have decided to start recommending our favourite one’s for you to try when staying at the New Steine Hotel. This month, we brunched with my cousin Stephane at ‘Lost in the Lanes’.

Regular performer at Brighton Fringe and well-known for her award-winning representation of Ms Dietrich, Patricia Hartshorne is bringing her back due to popular demand.

This buzzy seaside resort is continuing to evolve into a chic weekend destination. Staying in Brighton has never proved so pleasurable — here’s where to choose.

These paintings in the New Steine Hotel are some from a collection by Brighton Artist, Romany Mark Bruce. Created during the autumn of 2018 when Romany travelled extensively in Japan.

A collection of paintings created during the Coronavirus lockdown.
These paintings are the beginnings of a body of work created during the Coronavirus pandemic and specifically during the lockdown in the UK.
All paintings are displayed in The New Steine Hotel’s foyer and restaurant. Open to the public.

January 2020 | Kemptown Rag
| Brighton | Situated on the western edge of Kemptown’s New Steine, the bistro offers diners an evening of elegance at exceptional value. From the art deco lighting to the bespoke art adorning the walls, the restaurant feels like a welcoming mix of piano-lounge cool and homely familiarity.

November 2019 | Restaurants Brighton | Brighton | The New Steine Bistro in Kemptown has such a classically unique personality of its own, once you’ve been introduced, it’s a place your mind will turn to again, and again. So on a wet and windy Wednesday evening, when my husband Tommy suggested we go out for dinner after work, I knew exactly what I wanted…

In all my writing and reading blogs about things to see and do in Brighton, you have everything from best places to stay, greatest attractions,

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June 2019 | The Latest | Brighton |
At the New Steine Bistro owner Hervé Guyat and chef Roman Martiné
are passionate about the food of their home country and their childhood.
Roman trained in the south of France and brings classic skills to their small
but perfectly formed menu with dishes that bring a smile to my face.

You wouldn’t think of castles and ruins when you think of our vibrant city, however Brighton and the surrounding coastal towns were instrumental in defending

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June 2019 | Restaurants Brighton | Brighton | Classic French cookery done well is hard to come by with experimental small plate dining something everyone wants in on. No foam or emulsions required at New Steine Bistro though as their expertly put together classical menu has been a go to for French food fanatics for a long while. Roman, head chef of four years, shows us how he makes a bourguignon so special.

Nothing beats the smell of freshly roasted coffee in the morning. As you explore the little roads and lanes throughout the city, at every corner

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Sussex has some of the most picturesque landscapes in the UK and with them being so accessible from Brighton, here is my list of the

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The Best Dog Friendly Beaches in Brighton Posted: September 26, 2018

Dog Friendly Beaches in Brighton Two of my loves in all this world are, firstly, obviously, Brighton, this amazing multi-cultural city I live in, but

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Architect and talented illustrator Alej Ez at the New Steine Hotel until 31/07/18.

Brighton is known as a place to party, and appeals to the younger crowds, thanks to the range of pub and clubs. However, there are

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Brighton is a diverse resort town. This is clear from the wide variety of restaurants, cafes, bars and clubs spread throughout. Whether you are in

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Brighton has long been known as the gay capital of the UK. Our seaside resort town is extremely open-minded — people dress as they want,

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New Steine Hotel has been selected as a recipient of the TripExpert Experts’ Choice Award.
Fewer than 2% of hotels worldwide receive the award.

The lovely Sandy Cadiz-Smith a freelance writer and editor, who specialises in food and travel visited Brighton again recently and stayed with us at The New Steine Hotel.

Haydn Stride @ Gulliver’s Hotel Posted: August 1, 2017 | Tags: ,

Featuring for the first time in our exhibition space, an upcoming print maker and local Brighton resident Haydn Stride. At Gulliver’s Hotel

Viestra Magazine Review Posted: May 17, 2017

A Stay at The New Steine Hotel April 2017 Viestra Magazine’s Annamarie Frankland spent 36 hours in Brighton, checking-out all it has to offer and

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April 2017 | Restaurants Brighton | Brighton | Located just off the square at the New Steine part of Kemptown, this Parisian style Brighton restaurant is open Tuesday to Sunday, it is an easy walk from Brighton centre and is served by many transport links.

Charly N’doumbe comes to Brighton. Using feminine and masculine nudes and practicing photography, drawing and sculpture, Charly produces pieces which combine all three mediums to magnify the body’s natural beauty in both figurative and abstract forms.
24th April – 18th June 2017

Solo musical cabaret exploring genderqueer identity in songs and drag. Miss Liliane, ‘biologically-challenged drag-queen’, performs iconic queer anthems, from heart-wrenching jazz diva torch songs to the protest songs of Johnny Cash and Jacques Brel, via ‘Victor Victoria’ and ‘La Cage aux Folles’.
26/27/28 May & 2/3/4 June 2017

An exhibition of trans people, by trans people, for trans people – and everyone else.
If you are trans, life will not have been easy. Your relationships with parents, friends and neighbours may have been fraught. The media will have lampooned you, and you may have had to live some or all of your life in stealth in order to live at all. You might feel dishonest for having done so. Or your secret may have been discovered after a lifetime, and the repercussions may have cost you your health, or your partner, or your children, or your job, or your home. Or all of them.

Lustrous Brighton by Nick Ford, August & September 2016

The Portfolio Magazine | June 2016 | Brighton.
Read the online review.

Cabaret and Circus with Miss Evey-Theodosia Hammond
Sisters of Avalon: Lullabies for Lover and Sinners at the New Steine Hotel, 10-11 New Steine, Brighton BN2 1PB
May 8 & 15 (6pm) and May 6, 7, 13 & 14 (8pm). Tickets £10.

Queer Side Story is a tribute to West Side Story with a queer twist. A celebration of Queers, Queens, Gays and Trans from Yesteryear and Nowadays. New Steine Hotel (Basement), May 27 & 28 (8pm): May 29 (5.30pm): June 3 (8pm): June 4 (8pm): June 5 (5.30pm)
Cost: £10.

New Steine Hotel Bistro Review Yer actual French As Kenneth Williams might say… April 19, 2016 The trouble with spending a few days in France

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A new exhibition at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton will explore how animals considered exotic by the Georgians and early Victorians were depicted, kept and presented.
Nov 14th 2015 – Feb 28th 2016

‘We are the Dogs’ Hotel Exhibition Posted: December 17, 2014

Funky Red Dog is pleased to announce his new show at The New Steine Hotel in Kemptown Brighton.

“I’ve been insulted, slandered, humiliated … but still America’s Sweetheart! Now I’m rather intelligent I think? Or… and… Am I emotional? Yeah! I’m a woman! I’m emotional!”

The New Steine Hotel regularly holds exhibitions of local, up-coming artists work…

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