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Last updated: 07 October, 2022
Expert travel writer: Annabelle Thorpe

My Hotels aim to be the antidote to bland, formal city stays. Rooms come with murals inspired by Asian art, orange accents or circular beds; communal spaces gleam with slabs of coloured glass and high-shine white floors and walls; and staff treat you like friends arriving for a house party.  

Situated at the heart of the North Laine area, the hotel is a stone’s throw from the city’s shops and main attractions, and its groovy cocktail bar gives you a taste of Brighton’s nightlife. For special occasions, splurge on the penthouse – a spectacular suite that is remarkably good value.  

Rather than its own restaurant, the Myhotel dining space is given over to a new branch of the Chilli Pickle, one of Brighton’s best-loved curry houses.   

Surrounding area

Myhotel lies at the heart of the buzzing North Laine area – Brighton’s most bohemian quarter, with a mix of quirky boutiques, vegan restaurants, pubs and bars.  The Theatre Royal and Brighton Dome are both a couple of minutes’ walk, while the pier and beach can be reached in an easy ten-minute stroll. 

The surrounding area is lively by day and even livelier by night; don’t book expecting peace and tranquillity – Brighton is a party town and this hotel is at the centre of everything. 

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Key facilities

Airport transfers*
Beach: None
Fitness centre
Fitness classes
Golf course
Hot tub
: On-site *
Pool (adults only)
Pool (indoor)
Pool (outdoor)
Pool (kids)
Tennis courts
WiFi: Free

Food & drink

All inclusive
Kids menu
Restaurant on-site
Self catering
Additional charge

Room types


Room facilities

Air conditioning
Flat screen TV
Jacuzzi (private)
Pool (private)
Tea & coffee making facilities

Bedding options

2+ bedrooms
3+ beds
Connecting rooms
Rollaway/sofa bed

Bucket list experiences our writer says you must do in this destination, closest first

Royal Pavilion

Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom (UK)[0.2 miles]

Brighton’s most distinctive landmark – a domed Regency pleasure palace that looks straight out of Delhi, restored to its original splendour.

Best for ages: 10+ | £6

Brighton Pier

Brighton, West Sussex, United Kingdom (UK)[0.9 miles]

An icon of British seaside history, Brighton’s Victorian pier offers the white-knuckle fairground rides, old-fashioned arcade games and fish and chips. The quintessential beach experience from a by-gone era.

Best for ages: Any | Free

Sussex Wine Region

Sussex, United Kingdom (UK)[9.2 miles]

This emerging wine region has similar topography to France’s Champagne area, with vineyards producing award-winning bottles and laying on tastings and tours.

Best for ages: 18+ | Free

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Other worthwhile experiences in this destination if you have the time or the interest, closest first

The facade of Brighton Museum and Art Gallery within the Royal Pavillion. Taken on a sunny day.

Brighton Museum and Art Gallery

Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom (UK)[0.1 miles]

Set in Brighton’s Royal Pavilion complex, this eclectic collection is a hotchpotch of contemporary paintings, textiles, puppets, masks and eccentric furniture.

Best for ages: 18+ | Free

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The shops in Brighton Lanes. Taken on a sunny day, the eclectic shops have brightly painted shopfront signs, and there is colourful bunting criss-crossing between the building roofs. The sky is blue, and several cafes have outdoor seating in the pedestrianised street. Shoppers walk on the pavement in front of the shops.

Shopping in the North Laine Quarter

Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom (UK)[0.3 miles]

If you want to hang with the locals, this criss-cross of streets leading down from the station has vegan eateries, vintage shops and a classic Brighton-boho vibe. The shopping here is better than in the more famous ‘Lanes’.

Best for ages: 13+ | Free | 1+ hours

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A vibrant shopping street full of people on a clear day. Colourful bunting hangs from building to building.

Shopping in The Lanes

Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom (UK)[0.3 miles]

The tangle of narrow pedestrian lanes unfolding south of North Street is Brighton’s historic heart; old fisherman’s cottages now chock full of independent boutiques, jewellers, cafés and restaurants.

Best for ages: 13+ | Free | 1+ hours

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the inside of Brighton Toy and Model Museum. The floor has black and white chequered tiles, and there are model aeroplanes hanging from the ceiling above the till.

Brighton Toy and Model Museum

Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom (UK)[0.5 miles]

A temple to nostalgic childhood moments, this quaint museum has toy trains and cars, stuffed toys and retrospectives of brands such as Lego. 

Best for ages: Any | Free

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East Sussex, United Kingdom (UK)

An iconic seaside resort, Brighton oozes a unique mix of bohemian style and beachy chic, all wrapped up in an irrepressible sense of fun.

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