Brighton & Hove has many hotels, guest houses, boutique hotels, B&Bs and self-catering accomodation. Some are cheap; some are expensive. If you are coming to an event in Madeira Drive either as participant or as an onlooker, you might want to stay over and enjoy a bit more of what the city has to offer. There's plenty to do throughout the year.
In these recessionary times prices are very competitive.
Things To Do in Brighton & Hove? The photographs below give some hints.
In the photographs below: dance event in Madeira Drive; sand sculpture at Black Rock; Brighton beach; Bollywood goes to Rottingdean; motorised hang glider; band playing at thhe Ace Cafe Brighton Burn Up on Madeira Drive; Pearly King & Queen; groyne by Brighton Pier; Brighton Pier; swimming event in Brighton Triathlon; Charlie Chaplin in The Lanes; Brighton Unitarian Church (venue for many arts and spiritual events); the engine hall at the defunct Brighton Engineerium; the Hyper Jump next to Brighton Pier; floats at Burning the Clocks; Max Miller statue; feeding the pigeons at Queens Park; poppy field near Rottingdean; Brighton and Hove Albion's new stadium at Falmer as seen from Ditchling Beacon; the Downs behind Brighton; suburban fox; the Undercliff Walk.