The Grand Brighton takes inspiration from history for new-look terrace


Luxury seafront hotel, The Grand Brighton, has unveiled a refurbishment of its Victoria terrace, lounge and bar, with the new design inspired by the hotel’s original 19th century architecture.  

Partnering with Brighton-based interior designers Park Grove, The Grand’s new space includes a botanical mural depicting a Victorian landscaped garden, furniture in strong Victorian colours, while a custom-made display cabinet hosts a changing series of objects from the Brighton and Hove Museum, in a nod to the hotel’s local area.

The refurbishment has also meant that the hotel has doubled the number of covers in its terrace, by increasing the dining space, while the layout can be moved and adjusted depending on guest requirements.

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The Grand has also introduced a new afternoon tea menu, Afternoon Tea by the Sea, as well as street food inspired menus, all designed by the hotel’s executive chef Alan White.

Brighton-based tailors Gresham Blake were also commissioned to design bespoke 1940’s inspired gold silk backed uniforms for staff working in the terrace, lounge and bar area.

Andrew Mosley, general manager at The Grand Brighton, comments: “As a business, we are committed to the continued development of The Grand as a destination, as well as creating the best possible experience for our guests. Our ethos is also to support local businesses and the Brighton area, so we were delighted to work with both Park Grove and Gresham Blake on this project and are absolutely thrilled with the results.”



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