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Few hotels in Brighton have been featured in the Travel Magazine of the Sunday Times. However, The Oriental was included in this year's Sunday Times Magazine list of the World’s Best City Hotels for £100 or less. The paper praised the hotel’s unique combination of reserved ‘quirkiness’ and gay attitude. For those who already know the Oriental this comes as no surprise, as Oriental has made it in the list of several top-notch publications, such as Time Out and Lonely Planet, and guests return again and again. Particularly in the summer, when Brighton is in the spotlight of many British travel publications, The Oriental commands attention with its characteristic bright colours and pink vibes.
Brighton itself has a certain pink reputation, as a a 'naughty but nice' holiday destination, and as the 'Gay Capital of Europe'.
In this most tolerant of UK cities, The Oriental prides itself on its relaxed and welcoming attitude and the diversity of its guests. The Oriental loves to share its hopsitality equally with everyone and can happily accommodate 24/7 party animals, busy professionals and families, gay or straight.
The Oriental is many things to many people. For lovebirds looking for a romantic break it can be the perfect nest. And for those simply looking for a convenient city centre base for business or pleasure the Oriental can be that too.
If you are looking for an exclusively gay hotel Brighton has various options. From it's time hosting a world-famous nightclub to its reinvention as a sophisticated boutique hotel, The Oriental has built a proud gay-friendly reputation over many years. Many Brighton visitors, gay and straight, who are looking for the real Brighton experience, prefer to stay at the Oriental for that reason. A gay-friendly hotel like the Oriental, properly reflects the vibe of the city.
And Brighton definitely has its own vibe. For some reason most hotels with a reputable name in London have a portentous, intimidating atmosphere. Brighton, however, is a different world. In contrast with London-based boutique hotels Brighton guest houses offer a chill-out ambience by the sea. Perhaps this is why The Sunday Times chose Oriental as one of the most emblematic Brighton hotels. Its unpretentious coolness fits perfectly with the idea most people have of Brighton and its people.
The Oriental is an AA 4-star gay-friendly boutique hotel in Brighton. All rooms are en-suite and have LCD TVs and Wi-Fi Internet connection.