There’s a huge range of accommodation on offer in Brighton & Hove, as well as in the surrounding areas – although as we’re a very popular weekend destination it’s best to book early, especially if you’re a large choir who all want to stay together. There are lots of online booking sites which offer customised searches available, so we won’t try to cover everything, but here are some suggestions to start with.
Homestay We are compiling a list of local choir members who can accommodate guests during the festival.
Visit Brighton The main Brighton tourist information site has a useful search tool (including detailed accessibility information, a ‘group travel’ search, and information on dog friendly options) and covers a good range of hotels, B&Bs and self catering, as well as some camping/caravan sites and hostels.
AirBnB has hundreds of listings, from rooms to whole houses (although the largest group number on the search tool is 16, there are some houses listed which can sleep up to 30 people).
University Accommodation Brighton’s two universities both offer accommodation options.
Budget & Chain Hotels There are a number of these in the city. We’ve listed a few, including their distances from The Dome.
Campsites You may prefer to camp, and we have gathered together some of the best local campsite options.
Hostels Many of the hostels in the city are aimed at students. Here are the best of the rest in Brighton & nearby.
Outside the city If you can’t find what you are looking for in Brighton & Hove, or just want to stay out of the city in the lovely South Downs countryside, search one of the booking sites or Airbnb for the surrounding areas – although as parking in Brighton can be difficult and expensive, we’d recommend choosing somewhere with good bus or train links and coming in on public transport.