Combining a seaside location with vibrant city atmosphere, Brighton is one of England’s most accessible and compact cities for national and international events. Nestling between the rolling hills of the South Downs and the sea, the city’s Regency squares and crescents provide a golden backdrop to the restaurants and bars, pubs and cafes and dozens of clubs and live music venues which make Brighton the place to be.
Top attractions to enjoy whilst in Brighton include the world famous Royal Pavilion, summer palace of King George IV, Brighton Marina with its boardwalk of bars and restaurants, all enjoying spectacular sea views, and the exciting Brighton Pier, one of England’s top free tourist attractions. With five shopping districts including the famous and historic Lanes and North Laine, over 400 restaurants and the sparkling nightlife, the only commodity in short supply will be time. With all these gems within moments of each other is what makes Brighton such a great place to relax as well as do business – nestled in the heart of this fabulous city is the Brighton Centre.
Hove Centre is situated in the heart of historic Hove, and is a popular district in the city of Brighton and Hove. The district is known for its elegant squares, regency terraces and abundance of quality restaurants, cafés, bars and shops. As a destination with its own railway station and plentiful parking, Hove makes an intelligent alternative to the city centre. Hove Centre is just five minutes walk away from the seafront and delegates wishing to visit the centre of Brighton will find it a mere 20minute walk along the seafront.