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On the seafront, in the heart of vibrant Kemptown, opposite Brighton's famous Palace Pier, the Amsterdam Hotel offers award-winning accommodation and free Wi-Fi. The Amsterdam Hotel offers a selection of large, newly decorated rooms to suit all budgets. All rooms have a large en suite walk-in shower room, a flat-screen TV with Freeview digital channels, and tea and coffee making facilities. Some rooms have stunning views over Brighton's famous pier, the beach, and the seafront. Light and airy, the stylish and contemporary bar was completely refurbished in 2014. Looking out to sea, the bar has a large outdoor terrace, a big-screen music video system and free Wi-Fi. In the mornings, guests can purchase continental or cooked breakfast at the hotel. In the heart of Brighton's vibrant scene, the hotel is close to all of the amazing restaurants, friendly bars, theatres, shops and, of course, the exciting nightlife.
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11-12 Marine Parade Kemptown, Brighton BN2 1TL England
All reviews wet room continental breakfast sea view walk in shower sea front street parking early hours full english parking permit nice stay friendly hotel first floor short break yogurt room was spotless location is excellent great weekend
Decided to stay in Brighton on a Saturday night and left it just a few days before arriving.
Most 3 star hotels were really expensive but the Amsterdam had some available and reasonably priced.
The superior room was spacious and fine.
The continental breakfast was...More
This great little bistro bar almost across from the Pier Serving good selection of food throughout the day Sunday lunches are Devine with added bonus of Cabaret late afternoon in a relaxed and comfy setting Good bar and wine selection all at reasonable and competitive...More
Stayed here for one night in October, nice location and reasonably clean but very little else going for it.
The hotel claims that there is convenient parking neaby....in reality you buy a residents permit and hope for the best. If you have mobility issues or...More
Perfect location on the front, plenty of entertainment at a stones throw, five minutes walk into the centre, nice tidy room and a good discount if you book direct over the phone on your next stay.Parking permit provided at £9 per day if require,and very...More
We booked for a weekend lovely hotel staff were great and friendly. We had a room on 3rd floor looking over peer. The only downside if you have this room is 31. It got a nightclub next door if you don't like noses.but they do...More
Response from Francis G | Reviewed this property |
Brighton and Hove is probably the most unfriendly city in the UK towards car owners. If you can, avoid taking a car into Brighton. Use public transport. A 24 hour parking ticket that is useable only in area "C" where the... More
Brighton and Hove is probably the most unfriendly city in the UK towards car owners. If you can, avoid taking a car into Brighton. Use public transport. A 24 hour parking ticket that is useable only in area "C" where the hotel is situated will cost you £8.00 for twenty-four hours. You can but this from the hotel - but finding a space is not the easiest of tasks!. Public transport in Brighton is excellent and day passes are available for just the inner city (£2.50 per day,) the larger part of the city that costs a bit more and for anywhere that is about £7.00 from memory.