If you're spending your holiday in Brighton, you’ll find lots of good, cheap hotels to stay at.
Baggies Backpackers is a cosy place to stay at, even if the dorms are often crowded. It has separate male and female dorm rooms, but the shower facilities are for common use. You might find the rooms rather small, except for those which are offered as family rooms; they also have a basement music room that's also a lounge of sorts. The place takes pride in its cleanliness; it also has a well-equipped kitchen for those who want to cook their own food.
The Brighton YHA Youth Hostel is a classic hostel which has relatively spacious dorms that are decked with wooden bunks. It was formerly a mansion from the 16th century; it has limited shower and washroom facilities, a renovated kitchen, and a big dining hall. During your stay, you’ll get a filling breakfast of salami, cheese, fruit bowls, and chocolate bread; dinner and packed lunches are also available. The countryside exterior of the hostel exudes a calming atmosphere for guests to enjoy.
Another cheap Brighton hotel is Christina Guest House, located a few minutes away from the city centre, Brighton Pier, and Royal Pavilion. This bed and breakfast advertises itself as a clean and friendly place to stay at; central heating is provided, and you can ask for a hairdryer and ironing facilities. For breakfast, they offer an English, Continental, or Vegetarian meal.