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What We Love

  • A tranquil stay right on Eastbourne's iconic seafront, with AA Rosette-awarded diningMaking the most of the AA Rosette award-winning cuisine in the restaurant
  • Taking the one-minute walk to the beach for panoramic views of the Eastbourne coastline
  • The sparkling welcome of a complimentary bottle of prosecco in your room on arrival

What To Know

  • The hotel's Conservatory Restaurant serves up great food and even better views
  • There's limited car parking onsite
  • Free WiFi works well throughout
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A south-coast stay in a seafront Eastbourne hotel, including breakfast, prosecco three-course dinner

The Lowdown

After honing his hospitality skills at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London’s Park Lane for 28 years, hotelier Neil Kirby decided to bring some Mayfair flair to Eastbourne’s seafront. The result is the AA 4-star Langham Hotel. Since the Kirby family acquired the hotel in 2005, an extensive refurbishment has seen a number of the rooms upgraded to reflect its bay views.
Befitting its Royal Parade address, English Channel views join AA Rosette-awarded cuisine in the Conservatory Restaurant here. In keeping with its classic design, Full English breakfasts also precede Grand Afternoon Teas. Upstairs tell a similarly grand story with corniced ceilings and sea views just some of the highlights that await.

How to Get There

Langham Hotel Eastbourne
43-49 Royal Parade
Eastbourne, BN22 7AH United Kingdom


Coach Tour
Mary M

This Hotel is very nice, bedrooms have everything you could want for a short stay holiday. Staff are very friendly, smilling and accommadating, food is good and presentation excellent, was disappointed that kippers, haddock, eggs Benedict and eggs royale wasnt on breakfast menu, unless as a coach tour, we had a separate menu. I understand that ' Weatherspoons ' now do the later, so expected a 4 star hotel such as the Langham to have provided these items. Entertainment was enjoyable, but stopped at 10pm. All in all a very enjoyable stay, would return.

Great Sunday Jazz lunch

I took a party of 18 friends to the Langham hotel, Eastbourne yesterday 10th November for their Sunday Jazz lunch. Duality were playing throughout the meal and play a great variety of songs. Everyone commented on the amazing choice's available on the menu for Starter, Main and Dessert courses. Neil Kirby the owner, had set up a private area for my party to serve Prosecco, prior to our lunch. Everyone commented on the quality and good size portions and excellent service. I highly recommend a visit to this very friendly hotel.

Short break
David P

Lovely hotel room small but very comfortable, staff very friendly and helpful, breakfast was very disappointing unfortunately. Location very good but limited parking all in all a very enjoyable stay,would definitely stay again.