Whether you choose to stay in central Brighton or outside the city, there are lots of accommodation options available.
The city of Brighton & Hove is very easy to get around – either on foot, by bus, or in a taxi.
There are also frequent trains into Brighton & Hove from nearby towns, including Portslade, Patcham, Lewes, Worthing and Eastbourne. So you could book accommodation outside of central Brighton and catch a convenient train or taxi to the conference.
We recommend checking out Airbnb for places to stay. There are reasonably priced places on Airbnb in Brighton & Hove and the surrounding areas mentioned above.
As the conference approaches, hotels in central Brighton become increasingly expensive, so it is best to book as early as you can. If you’re searching for a hotel, you can check out Booking.com for lots of options in central Brighton and nearby.
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