Better yet the hostel and hotel is next to the National Express coach station, and a mere 10 to 15 minute walk down to the beach from the central train station. We couldn't be easier to find!
We have great hostel beds and a number of fantastic private hotel rooms with some great views of the care free, seaside living in Brighton! From our beach-front base you can easily reach the oldest working aquarium in the world, the planet's oldest electric railway, the Royal Pavilion and the and the oh-so-cool shopping along the Lanes. All guests receive a 25% discount on food at the on-site restaurants, plus great discount deals on drinks!
Back at St Christopher's you'll find our Belushi's Bar complete with some great drink deals and the best live sports playing on the wide screen TVs. It's here where you can enjoy a regular line up of fantastic nights, including 80's and 90's nights on Mondays and Tuesdays, Dance Anthems on Fridays with DJ A C Knell and Smashed on Saturdays with resident DJ Meesta Sleeps.
The nearby Royal Pavilion was commissioned by George IV and the exotic, Indian inspired building is pure royal extravagance. Daring colours, gilded dragons and imitation bamboo staircases adorn the inner rooms and present an extravagantly apt tribute to one of the royal family's most provocative characters.
There is no shortage of shopping opportunities in Brighton with the Lanes, a swirling mass of crossing streets overflowing with off-beat treasures. The Artists Quarter is home to local studios selling individual one-off pieces, from prints and paintings to wood carvings and wrought iron furniture. If you still want more then head off to the North Laines for a selection of independent shops where any fashionista would feel right at home. The city centre is enclosed in a shocking one square mile, but there's so much to see and do you'll want to extend your stay so you don't miss a thing.
Children (Under 18 Years Old) must be accompanied by an adult at all times and should not be booked into dormitory rooms unless room is for sole use of a family or group
Photo Identification in the form of a Drivers Licence or Passport is required for check in to our hostels
From London Victoria: South Central trains run to Brighton throughout the day.
From London Bridge: Thameslink Trains start in Hertfordshire and pass through the city of London and down to Brighton.
From East and West: South Central Trains run along the south coast and link Brighton with Hove, Worthing and Portsmouth to the West or Lewes, Eastbourne and Hastings to the East.
By Coach: National Express coaches depart for Brighton from London Victoria Coach Station 19 times a day.
By Air: Gatwick International Airport is half an hour by road and rail from Brighton. The M23 connects Gatwick to Brighton and the London-Brighton rail link passes through the airport which has its own station.
Heathrow International Airport is on the M25 connecting the M23 at Junction 7. There is a direct coach link to Gatwick or you can take the underground from Heathrow to London Victoria.
From London: The M25/23 link provides road access from London and the rest of the country.
From East and West: the A27 and the A259 provide access to Brighton, the A259 runs along Brighton's seafront.
DIRECTIONS WHEN YOU ARRIVE
From Brighton Railway Station: Take the main exit onto Queens Road and proceed south towards the clock tower. Walk straight on, as the street turns into West Street. Continue south until you reach the main road before the beach. Turn left at the seafront and walk for about 800 yards. The Palace Hotel/St Christopher's Inn is on the left hand side next to the Grosvenor Casino. Look out for our small green St Christopher's hanging sign, here you will find our main entrance through Belushi's Bar. If you reach The Pier then you've gone too far - turn back!
From Poole Valley Coach Station: We are a 30 second walk away. When you get off the bus, look toward the seafront. We are the building on the right hand side, next to The Haunt, on Grand Junction Road.
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