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The A1 team gets some creative inspiration from Artist Residence Brighton.


Here at A1 we have come to take pride in our slightly quirky hotel reviews, and this one is certainly no exception. Artist Residence Brighton is a small hotel with a big personality, situated in Brighton town centre at Regency Square, right on the seafront and featuring rooms designed by street artists in a very modern style. The hotel is priced to suit anyone looking for an exciting stay in boutique-style accommodation on a budget, with 15 rooms available in total. As a different artist decorates each room, there is a real eclectic mix of personalities represented, making for a wonderfully creative environment that is great to be a part of. In the past, Artist Residence Brighton has attracted some big names in art to be a part of the interior adventure, including Ben Allen, Jo Peel, Pinky and others, and the artists have all left their mark on the hotel by decorating a room each. Whether you are looking for a romantic


break for the weekend or an exciting weekend shopping in the lanes, this hotel definitely offers a stay to remember.


Staff at the hotel are friendly and welcoming, and are happy to offer advice and information to ensure that your stay in Brighton is a great one no matter why you decide to visit.


If the amazing accommodation isn’t quite arty enough for you, then the hotel also boasts its own recently renovated art gallery café, which hosts monthly exhibitions from local and international artists. This is proving to be a great place for artists to get themselves noticed and make a name for themselves. If you’re looking to explore the exciting hub of Brighton then Artist Residence Brighton is the perfect place to stay in order to feel right at the centre of creativity!


Contact


Artist Residence Brighton T: +44 (0)1273 324 302 www.arthotelbrighton.co.uk


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