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Lifestyle: The Grand Hotel

Ordering dinner

Our gift from the hotel!

The breakfast hall was amazing!

The grand Brighton hotel

The grand brighton hotel is situated On the sea front only 15minute walk from the pier! As we walked into to the building we were greeted by the reception staff who offered to help us with the pram, We both thought it was such a luxurious place to be in and the hotel itself was so romantic,I felt as though I should have been in a ball gown.

The room:
We stayed in a classic room, which start from £130. It was spacious and very comfortable with an ensuit bathroom and goodies to keep us going even poppy enjoyed the huge bed! You can also get a deluxe sea view room from £290  In our room of the hotel we received: white robes, bottles of water, bathroom goodies, tea and coffee treats. You also get free wifi which comes in handy when you want to post a selfie or a picture of your exquisite food on instagram. 

Dinner: We decided to celebrate our anniversary in the hotels restaurant,GB1 seafood restaurant and bar, which we thought was a bit pricey but that's what you expect in a lovely place like this! We were given a basket of bread & butter along with popcorns snacks! We both ordered pollock & chips I ordered minty mushy peas. We only had glasses of water as we arent big drinkers in fact I probably drink twice a year. And finally for our pudding we were gifted a delicious orange panacotta dessert by the hotel to wish us a happy anniversary!

All I can say is wow! I have never seen such a great breakfast hall! With continental, fry up, cereals and a large selection of breads and pastries. All foods you can imagine we're available to eat from 7- 11 I think next time we will head down earlier and try everything! hahaha.  

All in all this hotel was divine! Only thing I would changed would be having more time to explore the hotel and spa facilities. Wonderful stay.

I hope you enjoyed the read 
Lots of love


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