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8-9 Marine Parade BN21 3DX Eastbourne United Kingdom
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      Description Royal

      Hotel Royal

      Price Calendar

      April Tu


      • Royal
      • 8-9 Marine Parade
      • BN21 3DXEastbourne
      • United Kingdom
      • Telephone: +44(1323)649222
      • Fax:
      • Official Homepage


      • EC/ Maestro/ Debit card
      • Mastercard
      • JCB Intl.
      • Visa

      Suitable for

      • Party People
      • Singles
      • Gay friendly
      • Travellers with Pets

      Room features Royal

      • Bathroom with bathtub
      • Bathroom with shower
      • Windows that open
      • Hairdryer
      • Central heating
      • Tea/ coffee facilities
      • Radio
      • Satellite TV
      • DVD player/ Video recorder
      • Internet
      • WiFi in the rooms

      Hotel features Royal

      • Express check-in/ out
      • Pets allowed
      • Non-smoking rooms
      • PC with Internet
      • Quiet rooms available
      • WiFi in Lobby

      Sports Facilities

      • Bike Rental
      • Golf Course
      • Running/ Rollerblading track
      • Sailing
      • Hiking trail

      Type of lodging

      • Hotel

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      Reviews Royal
      lovely owners, amazing BF and friendly to pets
      Reviewed January 2011 by shainebach
      our short weekend away was made better due to our stay was great - even our dog - then just 3months olds just loved it!!!right at the sea, beautiful views. amazing BF everything freshly made and extremely friendly owners!! so worth it.
      perfection! for romantic couples
      Reviewed January 2010 by joe-from-home
      Royal hotel is best in Eastbourne for couples, right by beach and sea. Very very cleañ and spotless rooms with friendly staff. I will come back again here for sure. Computer wifi is free too. Breakfast fresh juice and good.
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      The Royal is a breath of fresh air, literally. Just a few feet away from the beach in the centre of the promenade, with rooms overlooking the pier and a magnificant vista accross the channel, i couldn't believe this place. Our bedroom was room 4 on the 1st floor. Everything was new and extremely clean and fresh. Dressing table and bedside cabinets were all mirrored glass, with real art on the walls. The windows opened, the sea air was ...
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