Situated in the city's student area within walking distance of pubs, clubs and cafes, Phoenix Hall Brighton offers comfortable guestrooms with private bathroom facilities in sociable shared flats.
Phoenix Hall Brighton enables you to visit Brighton in the summer months without breaking the bank. You'll be given a single private guestroom in a shared self-catering flat when you stay at Phoenix Hall Brighton. These halls of residence are located in one of Brighton's biggest student areas, within walking distance of the city centre's shops, pubs, clubs and restaurants. You'll be able to save money and prepare your own meals in the shared kitchen and watch TV in the communal TV lounge.
Brighton Phoenix Hall is part of the University of Brighton, and you will find all of the city's educational establishments within easy reach of your central base. Bed linen and towels are provided and every guestroom has its own private bathroom facilities, so you won't have to queue for a shower in the mornings! You'll be sharing a communal kitchen with upto seven others at Brighton Phoenix Hall. There's a TV lounge on-site as well as a coin-operated laundry to help keep you looking smart.
The Grand Parade campus of University of Brighton is just a short stroll from Brighton Phoenix Hall, and the university's Moulsecoombe and Falmer sites are within a short bus journey. The Falmer campus of University of Sussex is also accessible via bus, as are numerous language schools, such as the English Language Centre and St Giles College Brighton.
Brighton is the nearest mainline station to Phoenix Hall Brighton. Catch an overland train to Victoria Station and you can be standing in Central London in around a 49 minute journey. If you're flying into - or out of - Gatwick Airport you'll be able to catch a fast train to - or from - Brighton, which only takes 30 minutes.
Lots of Brighton's main tourist sites are within walking distance of Brighton Phoenix Hall, including the Royal Pavilion and Brighton Pier. You'll also be able to visit the Dome and the Brighton Centre for music concerts and comedy shows. If you fancy some culture then catch a bus to the Booth Museum, or Hove Museum and Art Gallery. The North Laine area is also just a short stroll away and well worth a visit.
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