x The average starting price for a place to stay in Brighton is £60 per night.
dcp995 Staff were very friendly, often asking if the room was alright and whether I needed anything. They should have realised that everything was more than fine, as I was upgraded upon arrival from a single room to a double room with ocean views. The double room was wonderful, if a little unstylish. It overlooked the ocean and Brighton Pier. However I think if a couple were staying in the room it would have been a little cramped (the bed took up most of the room even though one side was against a wall). It was fairly clean (moreso than other places I've stayed anyway). Room had everything you could need - TV, heating, private bathroom, tea/coffee making facilities, spare blankets. Breakfast provided. They also provided free WiFi in rooms but as I was on the third floor it didn't quite reach me and I could only connect for a few minutes at a time. Downsides: Internet was poor. No lift, but a member of staff did offer to carry my bag up the stairs for me so I cannot complain. Hot water was also a little annoying as it seemed to only want to be very hot or too cold.
lene.vasella this guesthouse is run by very friendly people who always tried to make my stay as comfortable as possible. for exemple they made me a delicious special vegetarian breakfast because i didn't liked the traditional british one, helped me out with an adapter for the electricity and repaired my broken suitcase. the location couldn't be better - just a few minutes to walk to the beach or to the nice streets (lanes) of brighton. i had a very nice stay and would recommend this guesthouse to anybody who wants to have some uncomplicated days to visit one of great britains most beautiful towns! thank you a lot, if i have the possibility to visit brighton again, i will definately stay in the old palace guesthouse! Lene from Berlin/Germany
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