|Still 100% in love with this Ralph Lauren gingham peplum shirt. SO cute.|
|Zara Frilled Gingham Top - love the ruffles!|
Rise and shine! I awoke the next morning to the sound of seagulls and not much else! Like I said, total relaxation. Beforehand, I'd read online complaints about noise from a nearby nightclub, however despite the hotel's reassurance about the windows currently being upgraded to double glazing, I didn't hear a thing all night! So, I guess they've finished upgrading? Either way, massive relief - and especially as I've occasionally been surviving on a few hours sleep each night lately. Eek!
run along the promenade while barely anyone was up and about, which was quickly followed by a tasty breakfast back in the room, having ordered it the night before. Soft toast isn't my thing, but everything else was delicious. God that cranberry juice was good...
Brighton Harbour Hotel & Spa
64 King's Road
Psst! If you're looking to stay at the hotel and are curious about the room shown here, I've shared my experience of a Superior Sea View Double Room.
Besides the hotel, I was most looking forward to experiencing the British Airways i360; a 162-metre observation tower on the seafront that enables you to enjoy a panoramic view of Brighton. Looking at these photos, you could easily believe it was summer and not a breezy day in February! I can't believe how lucky we were with the weather - I'm convinced the experience was made all the more special by the sun illuminating everything in sight. A small bar can be found within the vertical cable car, though you'll most likely be distracted by the views most of the time!
Psst! Photography isn't permitted within The Pavilion.