Royal Pavilion Townhouse Hotel

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Royal Pavilion Townhouse Hotel

, Brighton
4 star

Rooms: 8

12a Regency Square - Brighton - England - BN1 2FG - United Kingdom | 44 01273722123
118 Traveller

Reviews - Royal Pavilion Townhouse Hotel

One of the Best Hotels we have stayed in
Submitted by: Duncan in 03/10/06
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Mature Couple
We decided to take a 2 day relaxing break in Brighton with a little shopping! We chose this hotel via a freind who had stayed before and it was like a breah of fresh air. The room was simply superb, a great full english breakfast and a real personal touch from the staff. Will be staying again later in the year. Recommended

Historical Traveller Reviews of Royal Pavilion Townhouse Hotel

Great decor!

from JohnUK
We stayed here for two nights in the Chambre de Louis room which is on the first floor in the front. The decor was superb and we loved the view. The staff were really friendly and helpful and we would certainly visit again. Only one little niggle - the curtains didnt shut right across and as we had a huge window the floodlights kept us awake late at night and with an early sunrise our east facing room was bright from about 5am!

Its the mutts nuts...!!

from A TripAdvisor Member
Stayed Saturday just gone...7th May. The hotel is wicked, lots of character, the room was wonderful, like a mini palace...!!! The bed was better than my own and the staff are hilarious and the food has got to be tried. Really felt at home and very welcome. Wont stay anywhere else! If any of the staff are reading this.....thank you for putting up with the noisy pair in the room with a 'disappointing' view..! Nothing disappointing whatsoever..! See you again very soon.

We recommend!

from hotelhopper100
Fantastic rooms at fantastic value! We stayed in the Tudor Rose room and enjoyed the novelty themed decor. The cleanliness, friendly service and facilities could not be faulted, and the breakfast was superb. We booked via a hotel discount website and were very pleased with the B&B deal. The NCP parking was just across the street and the hotel is centrally placed for the seafront and the shops. We will definitely stay here again.

5* excellent hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
Due to a fire at our house we needed to find a hotel for a couple of weeks. I've lived in Brighton for 25 years & thought this would be simple, wrong!! After staying in 2 different well known hotels I was not happy so hit the internet to find a classy, friendly hotel with a touch of luxury. This hotel has it all, a great location on the seafront, French/Italian restuarant attached to the hotel which has georgeous food at a reasonable price.
When we arrived Chloe on reception was really charming she took my heavy case to my room and did everything to make sure we felt at home. The rooms are luxurious and all have different themes with jacuzzi baths or double showers. The little touches like silk sheets, biscuits, sweets, fruit, lots of choices of teas and molton brown toiletries make this hotel very special. The staff are really friendly. The breakfast chef Guseppi is always smiling and in good humour, on the menu is eggs benedict, salmon, huge full english, croissants etc. plus freshly squeezed orange juice, and it is served up to 10.30am.
An added benefit to this hotel is that there are no children, wireless internet, it is spotlessly clean and has only 8 bedrooms so it is in a ideal romantic hideaway. It is near the shops and restuarants and easy parking. We stayed 5 weeks in the end and would like to say a big thank you to everyone. You can tell that the owner Andrew has put a fortune into renovating this hotel and he is very proud of it. I wish them all the best of luck in the future.


from LFutcher
What a fabulous hotel! The location and building were fantastic. We staying in the beautiful le Chambre de Louis with exquisite furniture, fabrics and detail. The bathroom had Molton Brown smellies which was lovely and the attention to detail was great. This particular room also looks directly onto Regency Square and has a sea view through huge windows.

Just a couple of complaints. The mini bar prices were extortionate, more so than the usual. Breakfast was gorgeous with a fabulous choice, but whilst we were eating the owner was talking to a couple of very loud paint-splattered workmen about work to the hotel. It was rather rude and very disruptive, and did spoil the lovely romantic atmosphere. Also our main breakfast was brought with the toast and pastries so that by the time we'd eaten the main the extras had gone cold. Also our dirty plates were left in front of us for ages, so only a 3/5 for the breakfast experience.

We got the room for half price through a deals website and found it amazing value. Had we paid the full £200 I'd have been really annoyed about the mini bar, and would have complained about the breakfast experience. All in all though we were blown away by the room and the location was perfect. We're planning to return in the autumn.

No doubt as to its No.1 status!!

from Simond
If you are going to stay overnight in Brighton, then this is the place to stay.
A very clean and bright hotel. The rooms are superb - stayed in Le Chambre de Louis. Wonderful furnishings and decor. Great Jacuzzi, shower, mini bar etc...all your needs are catered for. Enjoy breakfast in your room overlooking the square and the sea. Top location, short walk to the shops and lanes but away from the central noise and 50 yards to car park. Very friendly and efficient staff (Tracey looked after us well all weekend). Added bonus of lovely italian restaurant adjoining the hotel - good menu choice and wine list.
The only hotel to return back to.

details let this place down

from walkingwoman
hmm... I wouldn't say this place merits some of the plaudits given in other reviews. It was comfortable but there were a lot of niggles. Also I thought it was rather over-priced for the size and location of the room.

On the plus side: a lot of trouble had obviously been put into the decor (Prince Regent room I think it was called). Lots of kitschy paintings and luxuriant swathes of fabric. The bed was very comfortable indeed. Very near the seafront, wonderful breakfast - delicious and generously portioned - which they brought up to my room at the time I requested

On the minus side: the advertised spa bath was tiny and plasticky. I'm fairly slim, but I'm tall and could barely fit in. It didn't work, and when I told the receptionist she said 'lots of people say they can't get it to work', so why were there no instructions if lots of people said this before? I tried every button and switch I could find, but I think it was broken and no one from the hotel had tested it lately. The shower attachment didn't have a wall clip, so was not practical. The room was very small. I was on my own, but a couple would have had trouble fitting comfortably in the bed. The view was of the rooftop of a restaurant & its air vent (quite noisy and strong smelling). The fruit bowl provided in the room was a nice idea, but some of the fruit was going rotten. There were no food menus in the room, even though the receptionist had told me there would be. No clock or radio and very limited TV channels.

Small details but enough to irk, specially at that price.

The Beijing Dragon room is superb! A+!

from tunesm
We too booked this hotel after reading the trip advisor reviews (we would never go anywhere without checking trip advisor!) and had a lovely time at this sweet little hotel. The staff were friendly and happy to help. One staff member even took me around to see all of the other rooms (except one room which was occupied) and they were all origional and totally fun! The room we stayed in was by far the best though (call me bias if you like!) which was the Beijing Dragon Room. The room was beautifully decorated and the little luxuries were very nice such as the 'By Appoinment of Her Majesty's' towels and Molton Brown in the bathroom. The bubble bath was simply magic!
We did not get a chance to try the restuarant that is attached (besides breakfast which was of the highest standard) so we will have to come back again with our friends!
Location very good also.

Quite something else besides!

from thickastwo
How on earth can one add to what’s gone before here? — outrageously camp, decor gloriously kitch, a professionalism extraordinary to find within something run and staffed wholly by Italians. Everything to hand that one would expect from a 5*. A jacuzzi/four-poster combo umsurpassed in my experience anywhere else, an ultra-clean bedroom suite — fun, fun, fun! We had the Prnce Regent for company, with Regency buttocks and Georgian thngies well to the fore on bathroom piccies for good measure, too.

A haven for lovers anxious to escape, gays after the fun-life of Brighton, heteros craving for just something a touch different and relaxed — or for us, a couple of old pharts needing something unconventional for a fortieth and one wedding anniv, an escape to romance for just one night to keep back the wrinkles!

A word of warning — don’t stay without booking their Leone d’Oro passaging through to the next street’s frontage — eclectic Italian modernism with a Udinese chef conjuring up magic for a ridiculously cheap set dinner — grilled sardines + accoutrements way over anything from Portuglal, or a freshly-cooked/prepared chicken salad only a class Italian can do. Then halibut steaks (sirloin steak if you must), what a dreamily-sauced concoction, and quantity too, accoutrified with an incredible auburgined vegetable pyramid, and sauced to a piquancy rarely seen even in Knightsbridge or Chelsea. Never mind a concluding zabaglione, Marsala’d to a syle that just creamed in the mouth and reaching way down to the nethers.

To drink? Chuck away your conventions, just go for the ‘98 Batasiolo Spumante dosage zero, that kicked ffirmly into touch any French champagne at three times the price. Dreamy, and how!

My one disappointment? That Her Indoors could well and truly chat up the Armani’d Italian waiters (the swines!), while I was not presented with anything comparable, décolletaged for an equivalent diversion ‘twixt courses.

Breakfast, I nearly forgot, dream on if you can find a better! And if you’re still hungry later, then take in the Seven Dials restaurant for a magic, English-styled £10 set lunch, incroyable — but that’s another story!

Excellent weekend in Brighton

from V0yager
We stayed in this hotel earlier this year over the August bank holiday weekend. We both thought the hotel was great, the room was excellent - really spacious & clean with great décor.
The location is very good, being within and easy walk of the pier, town centre and just a stones throw from the beach. We had no problem finding good restaurants right outside the door.
The hotel is also right next to a NCP car park, which although expensive, is very useful because Brighton isn't a very car friendly place especially in the summer.
Overall very good. The only fault was a couple of dirty glasses in the room which was quickly rectified by the friendly staff.

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