Set in a Regency townhouse, the classic 19-room Queensbury Hotel is a 14-minute walk from the Royal Pavilion and within easy walking distance of Brighton’s major attractions.
Rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, DVD players and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Traditional rooms located on the third and fourth floors have showers and share toilet facilities; upgraded rooms include en-suite bathrooms. Family rooms are available. Some rooms have ocean views and balconies.
Free Wi-Fi is available in the Queensbury Hotel’s public spaces. Guests have access to facsimile and photocopying equipment. Off-site parking is available for a fee. The hotel is non-smoking throughout.
Free Continental breakfast is offered, or guests can choose a full English breakfast, discounted by the hotel, at the nearby Regency Restaurant. Numerous restaurants are within walking distance.
The hotel is a short walk from Brighton Beach, Churchill Square Shopping Centre and Brighton Pier. Brighton’s conference centres are also within walking distance.
WiFi in lobby
58 Regency Square, BN1 2FF, Brighton, United Kingdom
The quaint charm and comfort of the Queensbury Hotel with 19th century architectural details and ocean views avaiable from some rooms was a hit with most guests. The seafront location, just a stroll from Brighton Pier and the town’s many shops and restaur
No Frills Value.
After seeing poor reviews for the Queensbury Hotel on various web sites, some guests say they’d hesitated before booking, but most felt that the hotel, while quite basic, offers very good value for the money. Guests also appreciated the convenience of the
Given the inexpensive room rates and excellent location of the Queensbury Hotel, guests thought the free Continental breakfast was an added bonus. Those wanting more than croissants, coffee and juice could get a full English breakfast, discounted by the h
A Long Way Up.
While the hotel’s website notes that the Queensbury Hotel does not have a lift, some guests, particularly those staying on the fourth floor, complained that the stairs made for a difficult stay.
Although guests appreciated the sea front location, some guests of the Queensbury Hotel complained of chilly rooms with worn and thin quilts, uncomfortable mattresses, malfunctioning heaters and windows that wouldn’t completely close. They also reported o
Help Not Available.
The hotel’s reception desk is not staffed 24-hours and this was of concern to some guests when late night problems, such as such as drafty rooms, malfunctioning room heaters or intermittent Wi-Fi, occurred. The hotel rooms do not have phones which some gu