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97-99 KING'S ROAD, BRIGhTON, BN1 2FW T: 0871 222 4684W: GrandMajestic seafront splendour Is there a more fi tting name for any hotel than Brighton's famous Grand? With its magnifi cent aura of a bygone era and multi-million pound refurbishment programme, it offerseven more sumptuous comfort and golden-age glamour.Exuding style and elegance, The Grand now boasts updated, beautifully furnished bedrooms for a stay of pure luxury - while downstairs there's award-winning fi ne dining, along with a contemporary new seafood restaurant and a luxurious new well-being spa, being introduced late 2012.This magnifi cent hotel is the epitome of modern-day luxury combined with old-school opulence, and continues to command Brighton's vibrant seafront as it has done since 1864.the Grand at a glanceProminent Seafront Location, Stunning Sea Views, De Vere Yacht, Afternoon Tea, Caught Restaurant (opening towards the end of 2012), Victoria Lounge, Bar & Terrace, Luxury Well-being Spa (Open from December 2012), Mini Gym Inspiring events Brighton Comedy Festival: Various Locations, 5-20 October, BREMF (Brighton Early Music Festival), 26 October - 11 November, London to Brighton Veteran Car Run: 4 November, Madness the Charge of the Mad Brigade: Brighton Centre, 1 December, Burning the Clocks Winter Solstice Parade, 21 December, nearby Royal Pavilion - 0.4 miles, Brighton Pier - 0.5 miles, The Lanes,| booking t: 0871 222 4198 10W: - January | Autumn / Winter 2012-20131 night b&b from£115Per roomFor 2 Peopleincludes full english breakfast for 2 adults

1 night b&b from£99Per roomFor 2 Peopleincludes full english breakfast for 2 adultsWEST QUAY ROAD, SOUThAMPTON, hAMPShIRE, SO15 1AG T: 0871 222 4685 W: harbourset sail for aunique stay So you want unique, you crave something a bit different but that's still luxury?Overlooking Southampton waterfront, this iconic nautical themed modern hotel with its towering glass atrium is a cut above the rest. Visit one of two award-winning restaurants each with their contemporary cuisine or try the unique candlelit spa. More quirk? how about the fact that all of its impressive meeting rooms are named after ships that sailed with the Pilgrim Fathers to America in 1620. There.Simply sit back on your balcony with your favourite sundowner in hand and embrace the wonderful views of the Solent.Grand harbour at a glanceIndoor Pool, Jacuzzi, Sauna and Steam Room, Techno Gym, Serenity Spa, Number 5 Restaurant, Allertons Seafood & Champagne BarInspiring events Winchester Comedy Festival: Winchester Theatre Royal, 4-7- October, Southampton Christmas Festival and Market: 24 November - 23 December Royal Marines Band Concert: Southampton Guildhall, 11 December A Feast of Festivities: Grand harbour, Various Christmas parties and events throughout December - January Jack and the Beanstalk, traditional pantomime: Mayfl ower Theatre, 22 December - 19 JanuaryAttractions nearby Beaulieu National Motor Museum - 5.7 miles, Marwell Zoo - 8.2 miles, Isle of Wight - 14.9 miles, Portsmouth historic Dockyard - 20.2 miles, - January | Autumn / Winter 2012-2013booking t: 0871 222 4198 W: |11