Seeking a professional-yet-leisurely getaway with your colleagues?
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Wanting to show your visiting foreign delegates the ‘fun and frolic’ of England? Then pick up your mobile and call Catherine at The Oriental in Brighton. Not only will she customise a package to suit you and your colleagues, but she will also make sure that your business trip is as leisurely and peaceful as a family holiday. Thoughtfully unpretentious and resonantly Brightonian, The Oriental is like visiting a friend's house. It’s relaxed and unfussy, with the trimmings of a lifestyle hotel.
This refurbished bed and breakfast has been recommended by Time Out, Lonely Planet and the Guardian. With nine exclusive rooms, The Oriental offers an island-like ambiance, with services on a par with any hotel chain across Europe. The hotel can be hired exclusively for your conference and can also make arrangements for meetings at the Brighton Conference Centre, located just five minutes away. This way, you can enjoy a leisurely, informal ambiance at the hotel while keeping business elsewhere. What adds to the exclusivity is the proximity of the famous Brighton beach and the buzzing city centre and shopping area.
Try out the Oriental Focus or Oriental Summit tailor-made packages — they give you the option of dining at one of Brighton’s best restaurants and provide formal boardroom-style suites, with a restaurant on site so you don’t have to move around too much. Consider the Oriental Concierge Services to add value to your stay. Understated yet bursting with character, The Oriental, formerly the Oriental Hotel, offers an experience that you will treasure forever. In the midst of all the business, throw in some time to explore this sunny town in England. Its famous pebble beach; the lush, rolling South Downs; historical Pavilion and festivals must not be missed.
This ‘Highly Commended Grade II’ Listed Regency guesthouse is also renowned for its erstwhile ‘Brighton Belle’ nightclub, which attracted some of the best DJs such as Bob George and Norman Cook. Additionally, its lounge boasts a delicious cocktail menu created by internationally renowned Kris Katin, offering a blend of premium spirits, beers, wines and champagnes, which attracts Brighton’s in-crowd.
A great location to go for water sports or enjoying a beer over a football match with your colleagues, Brighton offers numerous options to spend your time getting to know your colleagues better. From the young to the wise, everyone finds their space in Brighton, and emulating this easy-going feeling is The Oriental. This Brighton hotel is a perfect getaway from the mundane office life.
If it’s leisure you seek, Brighton offers you numerous options for spending time with your loved ones. Get a taste of history at the Brighton Pavilion, take in nature’s beauty with a walk on the South Downs, enjoy the myriad water sports or sit by the beach and enjoy a candlelight picnic with someone special. It’s a city of and for dreamers. So, whether it is a weekend break, a mid-week getaway, or a business conference — make the most of staying in one of the original Brighton boutique hotels.