Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Brighton

If you are looking for the convenience of a hotel along with the comfort of your own home, then a Brighton serviced apartment is perfect for you. Coming fully furnished with a kitchen and living area, Brighton apartments provide you with everything you need for a home-from-home stay.
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Brighton is undoubtedly one of the most famous seaside resorts in the UK and a massively popular tourist destination. Stays in self-catering Brighton serviced apartments are sure to enhance your visits. Fully furnished with a kitchen and living area, Brighton apartments offer everything you need for a home-from-home stay.

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Why Choose Serviced Apartments in Brighton?

Situ offers fully equipped luxury apartments in Brighton. If you are looking for hotel convenience along with the comfort of your own home, then have a browse of all the properties above.

Our Brighton self-catering accommodations are fully furnished. Apartments include a kitchen and spacious living room, giving guests a home-like experience. Book our fully equipped Brighton luxury apartments located near the Brighton Palace Pier, and Brighton Beach, conveniently within walking distance of the city centre.

Aparthotels in Brighton and Hove are ideal for business travellers too. They offer a safe, comfortable place to stay whether you plan to be in the city for the short or long term. Moreover, if you have furry friends, we provide many pet-friendly apartments in Brighton.

Where is Brighton?

Brighton, a famous beach town in East Sussex, attracts tourists with its stunning scenery and sea views. With a population of around 300,000, the city offers captivating views of the English Channel to the south and the South Downs National Park to the north.

Exploring Brighton is easy, whether by public transport or on foot. Our central Brighton apartments, strategically located throughout the city, ensure convenience for your travels.

Brighton Businesses

Brighton's economy thrives with over 16,000 businesses, showing growth in the past decade. Brighton and Hove Council has actively encouraged business start-ups across different sectors, reaching record levels in the city's history.

Many credit the recent success of Brighton’s economy to the working population; referred to as a talented workforce. This is thanks to both Brighton College and the University of Brighton.

Another contributor to the economy, which we’re sure you will become part of too, is the visiting population. Those in the area for business may be visiting for corporate events in Brighton or heading to some of the many Brighton business parks.

Things to do in Brighton

There are so many places to visit in Brighton, and so much to see. Beautiful local areas such as Hove are worth exploring. Here you can enjoy its famous colourful beach huts as well as the beautiful Regency architecture. Or take a stroll through the iconic Regency Square near Brighton's seafront.

The Brighton Pier is a notable attraction among those in Brighton. This Grade 1 Listed pier is one of the city’s most iconic landmarks. Opened in 1866, it originally served as a promenade for wealthy Victorians. However, by the early 1900s it had evolved into a pleasure pier with rides and a concert hall. Discover more about the city's history at the Brighton Museum and nearby museums, conveniently located near our Brighton aparthotels.

If you happen to visit Brighton in May, you can enjoy the annual Brighton Festival. Since 1967, the Brighton Festival has symbolised the city, showcasing music, theatre, dance, art, film, and literature.

Explore award-winning Brighton restaurants, pubs with the best fish and chips, shops, and numerous boutiques in the bustling Brighton shopping centre. If you are interested in shopping, make sure to stop by The Lanes, Brighton's premier shopping district. Here, you will find quirky shops nestled within famous narrow alleyways.

Whether this is your first visit to Brighton or your hundredth, here, you will still find new places to enjoy and explore. Even if you're just looking for short-stay accommodation in Brighton, you will immediately realise what the city has to offer when you book with Situ.


London Gatwick Airport (LGW)

London Gatwick international airport is the nearest major airport to Brighton city centre, just over twenty-five miles north of the seaside city. From Brighton, the airport can be accessed via the Gatwick railway station or through taxi transfers. These can be booked from the comfort of luxury serviced apartments in Brighton.

The other London airports are not far away either. Brighton does have its own airport (also known as Shoreham Airport), which is the oldest in the UK. It is dubbed the gateway into the region, despite offering far fewer flights than the international airports.

Brighton Train Station

There are several train stations in the city, but by far the busiest is Brighton Station. It is the final station on the Brighton mainline and supports the railway travel of over seventeen million people every year.

Other neighbouring stations include Hove, Aldrington, Portslade and Fishersgate all to the west of the Brighton station, whilst Moulsecoomb, Preston Park and Falmer are all to the west. Corporates can pick short term lets in Brighton to suit whatever train station they need to be near for their trip.

Brighton Buses

The Brighton bus network is broad with operators such as Brighton & Hove Buses, Metro Bus and Stagecoach offering a wide range of services across the city and the region. The most popularly used is Brighton & Hove Buses, so visit their website for updates on timetables and services.

The city does have a ‘bus station’ but it is more of a general bus stop-off point.

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Brighton Faqs

Q. What are serviced apartments?


Serviced apartments can be described as more like ‘home away from homes’. Available for either short or long term corporate stays, serviced apartments are a form of fully furnished and facilitated housing that allows guests to live away from home throughout business trips, with easy access to everything they need.

Q. What facilities can I expect to find in serviced apartments in Brighton?


Corporate guests staying in a serviced apartment in Brighton can expect to have a range of home-like facilities at their disposal when they book a stay, with the minimum being, a fully equipped kitchen, Wi-Fi and internet access, a TV, laundry facilities, available parking and a housekeeping service.

Q. What is the difference between hotels and Brighton serviced apartments?


Unlike hotels, serviced apartments in Brighton are located, equipped and designed with corporate travellers in mind, including a range of home-like amenities complimented by hotel-like services.

Q. How much does it cost per night to stay in a serviced apartment in Brighton?


Prices start from at least £75 per night at Q Square Apartments.

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