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Venues for Hire in Brighton

Well what a vibe! The UK’s sunniest spot for event hosting with an undeniable upbeat, carnival air. People just love to hold their events in Brighton, whether it’s a conference, exhibition, awards presentation, product launch, AGM or even a low key small meeting, and it’s madly in demand for social soirees throughout the year. The big hotels along the sparkling sea front are the ultimate location for summer parties, laid back drinks receptions, gala dinners, and of course coastal weddings, with the spectacular photo opportunities right on the doorstep.

We’ve got 29 venues within 14.6 miles of buoyant Brighton, perfect for all kinds of events for 2 to 4,450 guests, so have a browse, check out the photos, and don’t worry if you like loads; you can put as few or as many as you like on a shortlist and then with lightening speed send them all an enquiry in one easy move. Still not sure? Take advantage of our 'Ask the Experts' service; tell us what you want, and we’ll find the best Brighton venues to suit your event.

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The Old Ship Hotel

The Old Ship Hotel

Brighton, East Sussex BN1 1NR

Smack bang on the seafront, The Old Ship Hotel in Brighton hotel abounds in history, with parts of the building dating back to Tudor times. These days, with its…

  • Distance: 0.23 Miles
  • Max: 250 guests
  • Packages: 6
Hotel du Vin Brighton

Hotel du Vin Brighton

Brighton, East Sussex BN1 1AD

In the cobbled alleyways of The Lanes, Hotel Du Vin Brighton has character and charm in abundance, making it a wonderful setting for weddings and celebrations o…

  • Distance: 0.25 Miles
  • Max: 120 guests
Brighton Dome

Brighton Dome

Brighton, East Sussex BN1 1UE

Situated within the gardens of the Royal Pavilion estate, this beautiful Hindu-Gothic building located in the centre of Brighton hosts a choice of five unique e…

  • Distance: 0.26 Miles
  • Max: 1700 guests
Trading Post Coffee

Trading Post Coffee

Brighton, East Sussex BN1 1AB

Trading Post Coffee is a hidden gem in Brighton’s trendy South Lanes. This place is creating quite a buzz with its artisan roasted coffee, and creative, mostl…

  • Distance: 0.3 Miles
  • Max: 120 guests
  • Packages: 5
Brighton Centre

Brighton Centre

Brighton, East Sussex BN1 2GR

Smack bang on the seafront of one of the UK’s most vibrant cities, this glass-clad venue accommodates up to 4,450 delegates and has 5,000 square metres of spa…

  • Distance: 0.43 Miles
  • Max: 4450 guests
The Grand Brighton

The Grand Brighton

Brighton, East Sussex BN1 2FW

This magnificent hotel located on Brighton’s spectacular seafront boasts beautifully finished spaces to host your event. Its opulent Victorian architecture co…

  • Distance: 0.48 Miles
  • Max: 900 guests
  • Packages: 3
British Airways i360

British Airways i360

Brighton, East Sussex BN1 2LN

What a way to wow your guests – at the British Airways i360 take flight in the huge glass pod and gently ascend to 450ft then marvel at the astonishing 360-de…

  • Distance: 0.63 Miles
  • Max: 350 guests

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Brighton: Undeniably upbeat…

Venues Brighton

Big on culture, Brighton has a huge heart and lots of love; it’s such a friendly city and everyone seems so laid back; maybe it’s the sea air, who knows, but it’s a great place to bring your guests. It’s just 30 minutes from Gatwick Airport and only an hour by train from London; the station is right in the middle of the city, so convenience all round.

One of Brighton’s hotspots is the iconic Pier, where everyone goes for a taste of good old-fashioned seaside fun, or just to stroll along and take in the bracing air; another is the long stretch of pebbly beach, of course, and the seafront where there’s a mix of hotels. Some are quite contemporary, but most are typically classic, like the Mercure Brighton Seafront Hotel and the Hilton Brighton Metropole; the sort of places that are perfect for afternoon tea, like something from the pages of an Agatha Christie book. The Royal Pavilion Gardens are a big attraction as well, a myriad of lush and tumbling flowers in the summer, the last place you’d expect to see something as exotic as a Hindu-Gothic style temple, but there it is; the Brighton Dome, originally built as a stable block by the Prince Regent, now a very impressive events venue and theatre.

The streets of Brighton are a-bustle with people browsing in the big-name stores and independent shops, or unwinding in the plethora of places to eat; there are several museums and art galleries, some elegant architecture, festivals and street theatre going on; that’s the kind of place it is, it’s so diverse, full of vim and vigour. Everyone knows that The Lanes is where all the cool dudes hang out, where all the retro chic is and the artisan places, but if you like something more on the tranquil side you should know that Brighton is home to some charming city villages, from the Regency buildings and colourful huts that line the beach at Hove, to the bucolic prettiness of Rottingdean.

What’s nice about Brighton is that you can be right in amidst the buzz if you want to, or in less than ten minutes you can be out in the glorious East Sussex countryside; just six minutes from the city centre is Brighton Racecourse and that’s set in 20 acres, so it goes to show how different it is within just a mile or so and that’s worth bearing in mind, particularly if you’re looking to provide corporate hospitality.