A celebration of Brighton’s rebellious side
My Brighton is a spirited place that fuses artisan tastes with soul and progressive design. Created in 2008 as a bolthole for business, pleasure and hedonism – its design is a reflection of a collaboration between the city’s own local creatives and New York-based, award winning designer Karim Rashid.
Entering the hotel you’ll be transported to a place where Freddie Mercury might have met the Maharishi. The lobby features huge crystals and hand crafted furniture, set against organic curves and Karim Rashid’s own signature shapes, such as the figure of eight shaped cavernous bar – Merkaba. The 79 guestrooms are spread over three floors, each featuring fluid organic curves woven into the architecture of the building, with many rooms offering floor to ceiling windows and an inset double-ended chaise-longue. Bright colours blend boldly with contemporary and futuristic design ideals to create a weekday or weekend affair far from the ordinary.
Perfectly situated within the bohemian cultural quarter of North Laine, My Brighton is close to all the shops, bars and restaurants that Brighton is famous for. And with the beach a short walk away, you’ll be guaranteed that cheeky weekend feeling, no matter what day you visit.
Along with destination bar Merkaba, you’ll also find award winning Indian restaurant – The Chilli Pickle, as well as the independent coffee house – Small Batch Coffee. Both the restaurant and cafe are distinctly local, embodying that trademark Brighton atmosphere – vibrant warmth and welcome included.
My Brighton is adjacent to Jubilee Square and within walking distance to the Royal Pavillion, Brighton Dome, Brighton’s Royal Theatre and the quirky and eccentric Komedia.
With a commitment to our wonderful neighbourhood and city, My Brighton also boast a yearly cultural events programme for both visitors and locals, offering a digest inspired by Brighton’s rebellious spirit. From up and coming musical talent to talks and salons which offer insight and opinion to the art of the ‘side hustle’ and unique interests.