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60-64 King's Road Brighton, East Sussex BN1 1NA United Kingdom
60-64 King's RoadGBEast SussexBrightonBN1 1NA
+44 1273 323221umihotelbrighton.co.uk
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umi Hotel Brighton is situated on the seafront in Brighton. Offering great value hotel accommodation the hotel is ideal, whether visiting Brighton on business or pleasure. umi Hotels, where value & service meet.
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a month ago
You get what you pay for with this hotel. The Umi Hotel offers an acceptable level of comfort and cleanliness if you're looking to sightsee around Brighton but need a place to rest for a night or two on a tight budget. The hotel itself is situated within walking distance to many attractions such as the famous Pier, Shopping district, cinema, cafes/restaurants/bars etc. and of course, the beach. Umi boasts some good facilities; the ground floor of the hotel is annexed with a Coffee Republic on one side that has a discounted partnership for hotel guests. On the other side of the hotel there's a charming theatre themed restaurant called "Little Bay"; although this is where the hotel breakfast is served, the restaurant is open to the public and serves a wonderful dinner menu. I would highly reccomend this restaurant for anyone staying at the hotel, if only for the atmosphere and novel experience of dining in a suspended theatre bay. There is also a recreation room of sorts with a pool table, TV, sofas and late opening bar that serves food when most places are shut in the early hours. The service from the hotel staff leaves a little something to be desired; lacklustre welcoming and very little enthusiasm overall. Although the lobby may be decorated nicely, don't be fooled; the decor of the rooms is something between outdated and ikea chic with tacky inspirational quotes decaled onto the walls. The room's "view" was simply awful - although I hadn't requested a sea view, I wasn't expecting to see a club, topped by a hostel whose fire escape was frequently used by it's residents. With only a roller blind to shield the window, light leaked into the room at all hours from the club at night and the rising sun in the early hours therefore getting to sleep was difficult. With very little floor space and one wardrobe to store clothes, I can't imagine there's enough room for those travelling with lots of luggage or for an extended stay. I was astounded when seeing the room for the first time because it was probably the smallest "double" with an en suite I'd ever encountered. I'd never before stayed in a hotel where I had to choose between keeping the bathroom door open and being able to use its sink. Little touches like replacing broken bulbs or ensuring all of the plugs worked could have vastly improved the overall experience. It seems like anything "free" offered at the hotel wasn't without a drawback. The complimentary tea and coffee tray left out was a nice thought but would have been appreciated more if the kettle it came with wasn't jammed up with limescale. I also had difficulty hooking up to the wifi as I had to be in a very specific area to get a connection and when I did it was incredibly slow. I realise this is one of the cheaper hotels available by the beach front, but I wasn't prepared for the lack of toilet roll or other basic amenities. Word to the wise: - Save your money and don't book the cooked breakfast. There are plenty of independent coffee shops and restaurants in the surrounding area that can offer a hearty breakfast, without you having to suffer coffee so bitter it rivals lemons. - The hotel likes to push it's discounted partnership with the NCP car park but if you arrive before check-in whatever money you save will be spent on a baggage holding fee the hotel charge per item of luggage. There's a safe, independent 24-hour car park that charges a similar amount a short walk away on Little Preston Street. The owner is happy for you to store your bags in your car and collect them whenever you need to. - If you're staying for an extended time, upgrade from a double to a larger room with a sea view...or just pick another hotel.
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Peter Nobes
a month ago
Excellant value for money This is our second trip here and a third already booked up.
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MEN BEC
12 months ago
Very cheap hotel. Nice staff and had a decent breakfast. Room was a bit to hot (it was 17 degrees outside, not middle of the summer) that's why I won't give 5 stars.Will definitely go back.
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Ché McGann
a year ago
Helpful at the front desk, right on the promenade, breakfast was fine (although the cooked breakfast was a little salty), carpark NCP around the corner was only £12 for 24hrs with the UMI discount, had a room looking out onto the sea and got an amazing sunset. And had a great weekend!
ann Kemp
3 months ago
Very polite and helpful staff. Room was clean and tidy. Breakfast was a let down as most of the food was tepid and I wouldn't eat it
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Deborah Rey-Burns
a year ago
It is what it is, a cheap hotel and the staff are great. Really accommodating and it's right on the front, so it's a bargain compared to other hotels in the area. Highly recommend, especially if you're planning to spend more time enjoying the sights of brighton.
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Barbara Hewer
a year ago
Room was awful Radiator did not work cracked hand basin mouldy tiles shower was poor blind came off roller toilet did not flush properly room clean but corridors were dirty breakfast room where should i start looked like a lady of the nights harem it was dirty and definately wants gutting and revamping made me feel uncomfortable noise from street was bad noise from room above was horendous 3 30am woken up and next door dividing room door could hear everything i would not recomend this hotel to anybody at 93 pound a night its a rip off came home early but having said all that the only good thing was the staff were friendly and polite and you had to pay up front normally its when you leave i wonder why do not stay at this hotel
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Charles Delroy
a year ago
Only stayed one night... But it was absolutely fine. Sooo close to the beach... Couldn't be any closer. Next to the pier. Breakfast was lovely. Would definitely return