The Imperial Hotel, Eastbourne East Sussex

The Imperial Hotel

The Imperial is an impressive Victorian Hotel, full of character, situated at the end of Devonshire Place, across the road from the promenade and bandstand, perfect for an early evening stroll. The hotel offers a good standard of comfortable accommodation, relaxing lounge area and a large restaurant offering hearty, home cooked food.

Rooms and Rates

Half Board per person per night Room and Breakfast per person per night Room only (no meals included)
January – March £59.00 £44.00 £34.00
April – September £63.00 £49.00 £39.00
October – December £59.00 £44.00 £34.00
(Excludes Christmas and New Year)

Christmas and New Year

Four Day Package – Full Board per person

Christmas Package – per person £440.00
New Year Package – per person £440.00

Offers and Supplements

  • Children under 12 years old – Half Price
  • Single Occupancy Supplement – 50% (Applies when occupying a Twin/Double Room)
  • Premier Room Supplement – £5.00 per person, per night

All the above prices are per person, per night & inclusive of VAT, unless otherwise stated. Subject to availability.

Facilities

View of the Imperial Hotel
  • Generous lounge space
  • Fully centrally heated throughout
  • All bedrooms have private facilities and W.C.
  • Tea & coffee making facilities in all bedrooms
  • Complimentary tea & coffee replenished daily
  • Colour TV in all bedrooms
  • Lunch snacks available daily
  • Telephones in all bedrooms
  • Two Bars
  • Two lifts to all floors
  • Music for dancing
  • Entertainment most evenings in the Ballroom
  • Completely non smoking

About Eastbourne

Eastbourne, of Saxon origin, is an unspoilt elegant Victorian seaside resort. Nestling under the Sussex Downs it enjoys a very clement climate all year round. It is protected from the more adverse weather conditions from the Channel by the 575ft cliffs of Beachy Head and is renowned for its exquisite Carpet and Italian Gardens.

Eastbourne is an ideal holiday destination; it has one of the top sunshine records in the UK and has been awarded multiple wards for its clean and safe beaches.

There are a huge variety of activities and events to suit all ages and tastes, from international tennis and West End Shows to the spectacular RAF air show in August. Whatever type of holiday you prefer, Eastbourne is sure to cater to your every need.

The Imperial is an impressive Victorian hotel situated at the seaward end of Devonshire Place, an imposing tree-lined boulevard, less than fifteen minutes walk from the facilities and amenities in the town centre and across the road from the promenade and the bandstand. The hotel offers the guest a good standard of accommodation, spacious lounge areas and a newly refurbished Majestic Restaurant all in a dignified and tranquil ambience for the discerning holidaymaker.

Local Amenities

Herstmonceux

This village is famous for its moated 15th Century castle and gardens, along with its quaint shops.
Herstmonceux Castle – Tel: 01323 833816 – www.herstmonceux-castle.com

Battle

Walk the battlefield, spot where King Harold was slain, or stroll along the high street with its interesting shops, boutiques and eateries.
Battle of Hastings, Abbey & Battlefield – Tel: 08703 331181 – www.english-heritage.org.uk

Hailsham

Is a market town known for its famous listed 1920’s cinema. However, the serene gardens of Michelham Priory are a peaceful retreat. Enjoy its exhibits, art exhibitions, wildlife and working watermill.
Michelham Priory and Gardens – Tel: 01323 844224 – www.sussexpast.co.uk

Brighton

Contemporary and culturally diverse, Brighton is a vibrant city. Visit the landmark Royal Pavilion, or wander the twisting twittens of The Lanes with its boutiques, galleries and cafes.

Travel Connections

Eastbourne Railway Station: 4 minute drive/8 minute walk to and from hotel.
Nearest bus station from hotel: The Pier – 6 minute walk to and from the hotel.


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