Phoenix Hall provides an ideal base for your next long stay in Brighton – all guestrooms have private bathroom facilities and the beach is within walking distance.
Phoenix Hall is a great choice for your next long stay in Brighton. With low rates on offer for stays of six nights or more, you'll be able to appreciate all that Brighton has to offer without having to dig deep to find the cash. Normally occupied by University of Brighton students during term time, Phoenix Hall is situated in a large student area within walking distance of Brighton Station, the beach and the city's many bars and clubs. Brighton University (Grand Parade site) is also nearby.
Phoenix Hall provides comfortable halls of residence accommodation. Single guestrooms are well-equipped, with bed linen, towels and even a private bathroom - luxury! Phoenix Hall is a sociable place to stay and you're bound to make friends during your long stay. There's a TV lounge and coin-operated laundry on site, and in your shared self-catering flat (which you'll be sharing with upto seven other guests) you'll find a communal kitchen, so you can prepare your own meals and keep the cost down.
Phoenix Hall is just a short stroll from the Grand Parade campus of University of Brighton, and the university's Moulsecoomb and Falmer sites are just a short bus journey away. The University of Sussex is also accessible via bus. The city's many language schools – including the English Language Centre and St Giles College Brighton – can be reached by foot or by bus.
The nearest mainline station to Phoenix Hall is Brighton. If you're staying in Brighton for a week or more you'll have plenty of time for fun day trips to other popular English cities, such as London, accessible in less than an hour via train. Those of you travelling via Gatwick Airport will find easy access to Brighton by taking the direct train journey from the airport station (just 30 minutes long).
Choose Phoenix Hall for your long stay in Brighton and you'll be within walking distance of many of Brighton's main tourist sites, such as Brighton Pier and the Royal Pavilion. If you want to be entertained then take your pick from the Dome, Brighton Centre, Theatre Royal and Komedia. Those of you who want to explore the offbeat side of Brighton should head to the North Laine area.
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