Imperial Hotel Eastbourne

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PHONE: +44 (0)1323 411043

Imperial Hotel Eastbourne
Devonshire Place
Eastbourne
East Sussex
BN21 4AH
England

Phone: +44 (0)1323 411043
Info: Robinson's Imperial Hotel, 3 star coaching hotel in Eastbourne/ cheap hotel in Eastbourne.

Eastbourne Guide says: All rooms in Robinson’s Imperial Hotel in Eastbourne offer private facilities, a television and telephone, plus complimentary tea, coffee and hairdryers. Traditional English breakfast and lunch snacks are available daily with the four course evening meal being served with a choice of tea or coffee. TRIP ADVISOR reviews flag up the popular opinion that meals at the Imperial Hotel are not particularly generous but adequate.

The Imperial offers live entertainment most evenings and has two bars, one upstairs across from reception and another bar downstairs in the entertainment area.

The main foyer of the Imperial Hotel is always decorated with a vase of fresh flowers of varying species and offers access to the upper (and lower) floors via stairs, or two very small passenger lifts. Come evening time, guests generally fall into two categories, either moving on to the lounge or their bedrooms or venturing downstairs to enjoy the evening entertainment, when available.

Rotating jewellery display cases spin tirelessly in the foyer, offering shiny trinkets, prices starting at just under five pounds. The carpets are vacuumed daily and generally the hotel feels clean.

As a coaching hotel in Eastbourne, Robinsons Imperial offers visitors trips to Michelham Priory and Gardens, an historic and very beautiful property in the lovely Sussex countryside, as well as coach trips to Bodiam Castle and other locations in the south east. Michelham Priory is especially delightful during the summer months and would be of interest to garden and plant lovers, as well as those with an interest in oldly-worldy buildings and local history.