Situated on Brighton’s seafront, this grade II listed building has been welcoming guests since 1865. The refurbishment perfectly combines elegant Regency splendour with Brighton’s unique charm.
The lobby showcases 120 artworks installed in vintage frames across two gallery walls. The restaurant features the Prince Regent made up of 648 pin badges, giving a subtle nod to Brighton’s Mod culture. ‘Lovers Eyes’ adorn the bar wall – a Regency fashion popularised by the Prince himself.
The bedroom artwork displays Brighton quirky side: cast ice creams, theatre boxes, miniature carousel horses, fresh and vibrant colours to compliment the interior design.