The Grand Brighton marks 2017 successes, Hotel set to reveal fresh outlook for 2018
2017 has been a milestone year for The Grand Brighton, as it further asserts its independent voice amongst Britain’s leading destination hotels.
The property has attracted an unrivalled roster of major corporate clients who have used the venue for events, award ceremonies and brand activations.
2017 saw major restoration of its famous Victorian exterior which will result in new windows, balconies and rendering for the famed 153 year old seafront façade. Set to reveal in 2018, this ambitious total restoration project will help to further establish the hotel as one of Brighton’s most iconic landmarks. The hotel’s interiors have also received investment through a soft refurbishment programme of 105 bedrooms and all guest rooms benefitted from air conditioning installation.
As 2017 draws to a close, the hotel is celebrating accolades for 'The Warmest Welcome' and 'Manager of the Year', with each award reinforcing the independent and entrepreneurial business overseen by Andrew Mosley
The Grand Brighton kicks off ‘Like No Other’ campaign with ‘Events That Had a Voice’
The Grand Brighton is launching a campaign to drive awareness across corporate and MICE sectors ahead of the reveal of its major façade works. The year-long campaign, ‘Like No Other’, draws on the hotel’s independence and contemporary take on traditional hospitality. The campaign will span the hotel’s communications, kicking off with a 6-month digital drive - ‘Events That Had a Voice’ - set to put the spotlight on milestones that have been hosted by the landmark seafront hotel.
Director of Sales, Alison Edwards said: “The hotel’s unique history and independent spirit really does make it ‘Like No Other’, and exploring the events that have taken place over the years show how big a part the hotel has played in popular culture. Brighton is well known for having a vibrant buzz and we want to highlight the hotel’s forward-thinking spirit as part of the city’s cultural legacy, while recognising its wider impact in the UK and beyond.
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