Brighton is an energetic seaside town on the Southern coast of England and is known for being artsy, bohemian and quirky. A fresh, revitalising escape located just one hour from London; this vibrant city is the optimal location when picking a serviced apartment for your next business trip. With convenient transport links, cosy cafes and an abundance of independent shops and boutiques, this coastal city is an ideal location for a breath of fresh air. Here at SilverDoor, we have a range of corporate accommodation options available for you to choose from; enquire today and we can elevate your stay with one of our many serviced apartments in Brighton.
During the summer months of July and August this seaside city can get crowded with tourists, therefore we would recommend travelling during the quieter months to avoid the hustle and bustle. When taking a business trip to Brighton, be sure to stop by some independent eateries as the city of Brighton and Hove has become the first in the UK to win a Gold Sustainable Food Places Award. A testament to this city’s outstanding achievements on a range of key food issues as well as tackling food poverty. Brighton and Hove is also very compact, therefore many opt for seeing the sights by foot - however travel in Brighton is easily accessible with buses and taxis dotted throughout the city which can operate directly from your Brighton serviced apartment.
Brighton is a compact, walkable city; for those hoping to visit both the city centre and the seafront, the best way to get around is by foot. A network of easy and convenient established bus lines operate throughout the city with excellent links to central areas as well as more distant hidden gems. Driving in Brighton can be difficult, ring-fenced by a one-way system and limited in parking, this city can get congested quickly. However, taxis in Brighton are white with a turquoise bonnet and easily hailed; taxi ranks are located at Brighton railway station and there are several in the city centre to ease traffic.
Brighton is one of the UK’s most interesting and eclectic shopping destinations. Classic chains, quirky boutiques and bustling markets all conglomerate to provide some truly unique purchasing opportunities. From Bonsai trees and vinyl collectables to luxury chocolates and handmade jewellery, there is something for everyone in Brighton. The Lanes are some famous alleyways to wander, brimming with over 300 independent stores, cafés and emporiums, they are particularly good for gift shopping or souvenir spotting. Brighton Flea Market in Kemp Town and the Marina Boot Market are also two noteworthy stops if searching for an assortment of alluring bric-a-brac. Churchill Square is ideal for those after high-street names and designer labels, this multi-floor centre is located a few minutes from Brighton railway station and is home to a variety of restaurants and eateries alike.
Brighton Greeter is a free program that connects visitors with local tour guide volunteers and is ideal for travellers that don’t have a lot of time to spare. Guides will spend two hours showing you the city on a personalised tour, a great way of ensuring you see all the hidden gems on offer. To see the sights from the sky, the i360 Tower stands 162 meters tall and offers panoramic views over Brighton and Hove. The experience takes less than 30 minutes and on a clear day, you can see to the Isle of Wight some forty miles away. For something a little more unusual, the Toy and Model Museum is a fun escape with over 10,000 items in its collection. If searching for a spot of greenery after working from your serviced apartment in Brighton, Devil’s Dyke is a timeless spot on the sprawling South Downs, just a few miles out of town, it offers views of the Southeast countryside to the sea. The city has plenty to offer, all of which can be reached easily from one of our serviced apartments in Brighton.
Home to the world’s oldest Aquarium (Brighton Sea-Life Centre) and Britain’s oldest cinema (The Duke of York’s Cinema) both of which are still in frequent use - Brighton has a rich history. The Royal Pavilion, also known as Brighton Pavilion, is a Grade 1 listed former royal residence and was built in three stages as a seaside retreat for George, Prince of Wales, in 1787. The Brighton Dome has also jumpstarted many famous careers; in 1972 Pink Floyd debuted his Dark Side of the Moon Album in this building and in 1974, ABBA won the Eurovision song contest with their hit song Waterloo, hosted in the Dome.
With a presence in over 110 countries and 320,000 apartments available worldwide, SilverDoor is unrivalled within the serviced apartment sector. Following twenty years of experience, we have developed a depth of knowledge that can be tailored to suit every traveller’s needs, from restaurant recommendations to location information. Our Trustpilot rating contributes towards the confidence that we have in our ability to provide excellent service and find you the ideal accommodation for your business trip to Brighton. A member of our team will always be happy to answer any queries you may have and ensure that you are in the best hands when staying in SilverDoor’s serviced apartments in Brighton.
Serviced Apartments in Brighton are ideal for any business traveller, with a vast array of corporate housing options available, SilverDoor can take care of your every need. Our portfolio presents something for everyone, with private, flexible spaces that are perfectly arranged to make guests feel at home. Our serviced apartments are designed for you to enjoy, featuring facilities such as a fully equipped kitchen, living area and multiple bedrooms, ideal for any group size. We help guests to separate their work from their home and provide spaces that can be comfortably enjoyed when venturing to new locations. A member of our SilverDoor team will always be on hand to accommodate any specific requirements you have so please do not hesitate to get in touch.