The effervescent Maryana Teles visited Brighton and tells all on her marvellous blog.
Here are her thoughts on where to stay in Brighton
Translated from Portuguese
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.
The city is relatively small in terms of the number of sights, that is, you can get to know all the main sights on foot and in one day. For this reason, I always advise leaving one day to spare in the London itinerary to make a day trip to Brighton.
The city has a very nostalgic vintage vibe , despite having a lot of young people, students and tourists exploring the city streets.
Where to stay in Brighton?
We stayed at the New Steine hotel , which is partly in front of the beach (2 minutes walking), less than 10 minutes from Brighton Palace Pier and about 10 minutes from the Royal Pavilion, in other words, super well located. Oh! They have a 24 hour reception and a mini bar for guests to buy drinks.
Breakfast was very well served with a menu ranging from the Full English Breakfast option to French Breakfast, a vegan and vegetarian option and also the option of making your own breakfast. Serious! Very tasty.
The New Steine is housed in a five-story Georgian building and has a contemporary design that exudes warmth and style, with a touch of French influence. Check out their Instagram @newsteinehotelbistro.
We are absolutely delighted that Maryana choose to stay with us and enjoyed her stay. Thank-you for the review!
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We also feature on Maryana’s Instagram here; https://www.instagram.com/VidaMochileira/