It is the Victorians that complete Eastbourne the popular resort it is today. Eastbourne has a eternal stylishness and draws many a movie maker to places like the unspoilt promenade, Victorian pier and bandstand. Eastbourne is in East Sussex; tucked away at the foot of the South down National Park it enjoys some of the best climate in the UK. boldness around a hundred hotels, Eastbourne is the ideal place for a holiday, day or business trip.
Eastbourne has many superb hotels and here you will find four of the very best that Eastbourne has to offer. They are established hotels that people return to year following year. These hotels offer the very best in comfort and overhaul, they are modern with all the up to date services but, once inside you could be forgiven for feeling you had been cast back in time.
The Hydro Hotel
The Hydro Hotel in Eastbourne is the most westerly and salubrious of the four hotels outline. Elevated high above the promenade this hotel offers unbelievable views across the English Channel and situated in the rather ‘ posh ‘ Meads area of the town. The hotel has been amusing guest since 1895 and afternoon tea is an skill not to missed. The lounges are really spacious at this 83 bedroom hotel with its own private parking. The hotel has a long rank reputation for its excellent cuisine and its personal service is second to none. You will not be let down if you decide to stay at this hotel.
The Cavendish Hotel
The Cavendish Hotel in Eastbourne is the most central of the four hotels. It is very close to Eastbourne’s shopping centre and is located on Eastbourne’s Grand pageant. It is directly opposite the Victorian Bandstand. The Cavendish is famous between the residents of Eastbourne as it attracts many of the tennis stars and personality like Cliff Richard. The hotel is also popular with business people visiting the town. The Cavendish is a very clean, modern hotel, with all the services you require at your fingertips The bathrooms are excellent at this hotel and for those who enjoy that extra bit of pamper, pop along the corridor to the Pebbles Spa for aromatherapy, massage, manicure or try a workout in the gymnasium. The Cavendish is a 4 star 119 bedroom hotel and very good value for money. Should you be coming to Eastbourne, you will not go far wrong if you seriously think stay at this lovely hotel.
The Lansdowne Hotel
The Lansdowne Hotel in Eastbourne is now a Best Western hotel but leftovers in family hands which, becomes very obvious with that little extra private touch when you book into the hotel. This hotel has been in the same family hands for 100 years. The hotel very close to what in Eastbourne known as plays land’. Other than the Royal Hippodrome which is some coldness away in Seaside, all Eastbourne theatres are literally a minute away counting Eastbourne’s Winter Garden. The Towner Art Centre is also very close and a flat 10 tiny walk will take you to the town centre.
Next door to the Grand, this lovely hotel is located directly opposite the Western Lawns in Grand Parade and has fabulous views of the English Channel and the world famous Beach Head. though this is by no means a cheap hotel to stay at and classed as a three star hotel, its soothe and service is all 5 star. Over the years the hotel has prolonged and now offers 101 bedrooms. All rooms are en suite have tea making facilities, plenty of draw and execution space, hairdryer and modern points. Catering above all for the older visitor, a stay at the Lansdowne Hotel in Eastbourne will leave you calm, relaxed, invigorated and with a feeling of well organism. An excellent choice.
The Grand Hotel.
Have you ever heard of Debussy, Charlie Chaplin, Eagar, Winston Churchill? They have all stayed at the superb Grand Hotel in Eastbourne. As soon as you see the impressive 200 foot front you just know what to expect. You won’t let down either, for the Grand is truly a 5 star hotel and the only seaside 5 star hotel in England. Like the Lansdowne it situated along the Grand Parade and conflicting the Western Lawns, a stones throw from the harbour and Eastbourne’s unspoilt promenade.
Known affectionately by the locals as ‘The White Palace’ generations have been leaving to this hotel for time immemorial. The hotel really is at the top end of the luxury scale. Roomy and relaxing is the order of the day. Whether want to just relax around the hotel or try the Sussex Spa and swim pool, it is experience sharp guest will never forget. Arrival to departure really is a 5 star experience at this hotel, from the well chosen bedrooms to the gastronomic delights of the restaurant; the Grand is place to stay if you want pure luxury.
Living in Eastbourne, East Sussex for over 60 years I have stay at just about every hotel in the town