Hotels in Eastbourne

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About Eastbourne

About Eastbourne

Located on England’s south coast, Eastbourne, a famous seaside resort boasts fascinating historical sites such as the Redoubt Fortress, beautiful villages, and countryside. The Redoubt Fortress, constructed during the historic Napoleonic Wars, also houses a military museum. This coastal town features the award-winning Towner Art Gallery, a multi-screen cinema, four theatres, traditional pubs, trendy nightclubs and cocktail bars. Eastbourne will spoil you with choices for things to do; from enjoying the picturesque views of the seafront cafés, to spa treatments, or relaxing at the seaside. On the town’s seafront are traditional Victorian hotels, a bandstand dating from the 1930s, and the 19th-century Pier.

Along the coast, near the South Downs National Park, sits the striped lighthouse built in 1920 and the Beachy Head chalk cliffs. The town has various exciting sport facilities including water sports galore, world-class tennis courts, a fantastic shopping experience, cosmopolitan harbour, and diverse restaurants. Just under 20mi east of Brighton, Eastbourne is well-connected via road to London. The town offers a wide range of hotel offers to make your vacation stress-free and exciting. If planning a getaway to this city, book a hotel online with Opodo's powerful search engine to find great offers on Eastbourne hotels. All you need to do is filter your options by entering your travel dates, the number of guests and number of rooms required.

What to see in Eastbourne

The city has many unique attractions from recreational places, to historical monuments, and adventurous activities to keep you and your family entertained throughout your stay. Take a Sunday afternoon walk on the Eastbourne Pier in Grand Parade and pop into one of the traditional cafés for fish and chips and other refreshments. On Devonshire Park, you can find Towner Art Gallery which hosts contemporary British art, drawing more than 100,000 visitors annually. If looking for leisure activities in Eastbourne, Sovereign Harbour is a place to stroll and sightsee while shopping for souvenirs, or indulging your taste buds at the waterfront restaurants.

Discover Eastbourne’s most historic landmark, Redoubt Fortress, rich with 200 years of history. Other historic landmarks to visit include the wish tower, Pevensey Castle, and the War Memorial located on one of the city’s roundabouts. Eastbourne offers several seaside areas for swimming, fishing and water sports such as the Langney Point Shore, Pevensey Bay Beach, and Eastbourne Beach. For accommodations in the city, book online to enjoy great discounts and Eastbourne hotel deals.

Where to stay in Eastbourne

Whether you're planning to stay in a luxury or cheap hotel, ensure that the location is easily accessible to the main attractions. Compare accommodation rates around the King Edward’s Parade for a variety of Victorian seaside hotels and guesthouses, roughly 4mi or an 11-minute walk from Sovereign Habour and Eastbourne Pier. Also, this area has a lovely view of the Western Lawns and the sea. Another significant area that provides sea views is the Mount Road, 2.5mi to Beachy Head and a mile to Eastbourne Pier. You will also love the variety of Eastbourne hotels on Mount Road offering extras such as sauna and spa treatments.

If you are hoping to enjoy the city’s nightlife with a group of friends, Langney Road, Terminus Road, and Pevensey Road are excellent accommodation choices where you can access the finest entertainment establishments in town. The areas surrounding Eastbourne College have many fairly-priced and safe accommodations with shops, restaurants, bars, and pubs just minutes away. It's highly recommended that you book a hotel on Opodo in advance for the best deals and hotel offers.

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