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The Hilton Brighton Metropole occupies a prime spot along the seafront in Brighton, Sussex. Lucky guests get an uninterrupted sea view, while passers-by can admire the Victorian red-brick architecture that is the hotel. The building also acts as a residential conference centre—the largest in Southern England—so the demand for parking in the area is often great.
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Some pay-and-display parking is available near the hotel at Regency Square, but only for a maximum of two hours between 9:00 am and 8: 00 pm. Outside those hours it’s free. This may be of interest to overnight guests at the hotel.
Between the hours of 8:00 pm and 9:00 am, free parking is also possible at sites like Queensbury Mews, Russell Square and Clarence Square. These spaces are for residents only during the daytime, and finding an unoccupied bay may sometimes be challenging in the evenings.
Behind the Hilton Brighton Metropole in St Margaret’s Place is the entrance to the hotel’s own underground car park. You may have trouble parking here during a conference or peak season since it’s not as roomy as the hotel. The cost is consistent with other car parks in the area and better than some, though you may find a keener price at Regency Mews Secure Parking.
A mere three minutes’ walk from the Hilton Brighton Metropole is the NCP Brighton Centre car park, though rates are cheaper at the slightly more distant Churchill One & Two car parks in Cannon Place and Regency Road. Private parking is also bookable through JustPark, especially if you don’t mind a 15-minute amble or so to the hotel. Some of the best daily, weekly or monthly prices can be obtained that way.
Many bus routes serve the Churchill Square bus stop a few minutes north of the Hilton Brighton Metropole. They go in all directions, including Brighton Marina in the case of numbers 21 and 21A. North from Churchill Square is Brighton railway station. From there, you can catch a train to places like Portsmouth, Cambridge, London, Littlehampton, Lewes or Hastings.
On-street disabled parking is available for free all day Monday-Sunday in locations such as Dean Street and Cannon Place. Blue Badge holders can usually park on single or double yellow lines for up to three hours provided there is no loading restriction and a time disc is used.
Several council-run car parks are free for disabled drivers in Brighton, though not all are within easy walking distance of the hotel. The High Street car park is walkable in under 20 minutes.
The main parking restrictions in Brighton relate to the 2-hour maximum stays that are prevalent in shared parking spaces on residential streets. You cannot park at all on some streets during the daytime (9:00 am to 8:00 pm).
Owing to the limited number of on-street spaces in Brighton, parking restrictions are enforced on bank holidays.
You can stop briefly for purposes of loading or unloading outside the front of the Hilton Brighton Metropole behind the taxi rank. This is a double-yellow line area, so waiting is inadvisable.
Among the things you can do near the Hilton Brighton Metropole are admire the view from the British Airways i360 tower, visit Sea Life Brighton at Marine Parade, or browse around the charming shops, tea rooms and restaurants of The Lanes.