Old Ship

Brighton, United Kingdom
Near Brighton Beach view on map
Tripadvisor Score: 3.5

The most historic hotel in Brighton, 4 star The Old Ship Hotel, Brighton is perfect for holidays and short breaks in Brighton and East Sussex. Situated on the seafront, the hotel is minutes from the famous Brighton Pier, and many of the bedrooms offer sea views. The hotel is ideally located for exploring Brighton and all of the city’s fabulous attractions and heritage.

Situated on the seafront, the hotel is minutes from the famous Brighton Pier. The hotel is ideally located for exploring Brighton and all of the city’s fabulous attractions and heritage.

London Gatwick Airport is 31m

Nearest Train Station is 0.9m


This Brighton hotel boasts 154 bedrooms including 49 rooms with stunning views across the sea. More Details >>


Situated on the seafront of Brighton, The Wardroom offers a great range of British, Modern cuisine in an outstanding environment.
Private Dining also available in our unique cellars. For more formal dining enjoy The Mess Deck bar & Terrace. Enjoy cocktails and great food as you watch the world go by. More Details >>

Car Park

For added convenience, this Brighton Hotel has its own car park onsite. Charges apply of £25 per night- Sunday to Thursday & £27.00 per night - Friday & Saturday, charges are NOT per 24hours . ALL vehicles are charged (inc blue badge holders/vans & motorbikes). LIMITED and cannot be pre-booked (unless blue badge) or state allocated on a first come first served basis. Vans may be charged for additional spaces

Local Attractions

Brighton Pier : 0.3 miles from Barceló Brighton Old Ship Hotel

Royal Pavillion : 0.7 miles, The spectacular seaside palace of the Prince Regent (George IV)

Brighton Marina : 2.4 miles. Largest Marina complex in Europe and offers a wide selection of shops, restaurants, bars and entertainment. More Details >>


Being the most historic hotel in Brighton, The Old Ship Hotel plays an integral role in Brighton’s history. The hotel was closely linked with the escape of Charles II in 1651, and was home to Brighton’s elegant assembly rooms where many a grand occasion has been held; from the Prince Regent's Ball in 1819, to Nicolo Paganini's violin recital in 1831, and the banquet celebrating the opening of the London to Brighton Railway in 1841 to name a few. In 1995 the hotel’s wine cellars were lovingly restored and now offer a unique venue for private dining and events.

About Brighton

Brighton is one of the UK's liveliest cities and is renowned for its exciting, vibrant nightlife, quirky shops, cosmopolitan outlook and contemporary architecture. The beautiful Lanes with their boutiques and shops are just round the corner from the hotel, or for a classic British seaside experience stroll along the seven miles of promenade, visit the world famous Brighton Pier and its attractions, or brave the sea and enjoy a variety of water sports such as canoeing, windsurfing or dinghy sailing. The city is also home to some beautiful architecture, notably the distinctive Royal Pavillion, and the stunning modern Brighton Marina offering shops, bars and restaurants

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