Wednesday, 8 April 2009

myhotel Brighton in Conde Nast Hot List

Well, apparently a lot of us Brits are returning to the great British holiday as a result of the 'credit crunch'. (Is it just me that hates that phrase?) Makes perfect sense really - the Euro and pound are practically 1 to 1 at the moment, making most of the rest of Europe much more pricey than usual. Plus a break in Blighty means there are no costly air fares involved. And your carbon footprint will be all green and lovely too...

So if you're thinking of a trip to Brighton (why wouldn't you!) Brighton
’s myhotel has just been named in Conde Naste’s ‘Hot List’ for 2009.

This unique 80 guestroom hotel, spread over four floors, with restaurant and bar, is the shared aesthetic ideal of Andy Thrasyvoulou, founder and visionary of myhotels and New York designer Karim Rashid.

Described by Andy as 'a hotel where Freddie Mercury might have met the Maharishi', myhotel Brighton is an exhilarating destination hotel.

Embrace you inner kitsch!

Rooms range from simple white cocoons (complete with splashes of colour and huge floating beds that morph into desks) to more decadent suites, three of which have Roche Bobois circular beds and freestanding baths.

A fun, energetic hotel in a brilliant, central location, a break at Myhotel is a perfect way to embrace your inner kitsch - all without leaving the country!

Find out more about myhotel Brighton.




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