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Worthing Hotels To Stay At

 

4 top hotels in Worthing to book for your next getaway

Are you planning a stay in Worthing soon? With its beautiful beachside location, captivating surrounding countryside, and abundance of family-friendly activities, it’s easy to see why this is one of the most popular resorts on the south coast.

One of the main things to consider is where you’ll stay. There are plenty of accommodation options but, to make the decision-making process that little bit easier, we’ve rounded up some of the best hotels in the town. Whether you’re after a big-budget break or are visiting on a shoestring, there’s sure to be something here that catches your eye.

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The Burlington Hotel

If you’re after a hotel with a waterfront spot, The Burlington is an ideal hotel choice. Worthing Pier  is just a short walk away and the town’s main attractions are all within easy reach. As well as being able to enjoy breakfast with a sea view, you’ll get to experience first-hand the seamless blend of old-school glamour with modern living. The doors to The Burlington opened in 1865, making it one of the oldest hotels in Worthing and signs of its historic past can be seen in its traditional façade.

Inside the listed building, contemporary interiors and stylish flourishes have been introduced by Helen Hopper Interiors, the renowned Sussex-based designer, creating a contemporary space for residents.

The Ardington Hotel

The Ardington is a contemporary venue that appeals to those travelling for both business and leisure. The 45-bedroom hotel is perfectly located for visitors at any time in the year. Steyne Gardens – home to the Seafront Festival in the summer and the ice rink in the winter – is opposite, making it an ideal accommodation choice for families.

As well as being another centrally located hotel, the Ardington is also an award-winner, having received 3 AA Silver Stars for its high-quality service. It’s the only hotel to win this award and is one of just 70 hotels with this accolade.

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Findon Manor Hotel

And now for something a little different. Away from the bustle of central Worthing, at the foot of the South Downs , is Findon Manor. This quirky manor house venue is independently owned and family-run, adding a personal touch to your stay. The building was originally Findon’s village rectory and parts of the building date back to 1584, while additional wings were added in the 1700s. This rich history is evident today, with traditional touches and exposed beams hinting at the hotel’s past. However, there are modern flourishes and rooms that are beautifully appointed.

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Windsor House Hotel

Windsor House is slightly set back from Worthing seafront  in a quiet spot. However, the shoreline is just a two-minute walk away from this contemporary hotel, making it ideal for those seeking a central location away from the main stretch. This is a venue that combines comfort with practicality. Seamless service and beautifully appointed rooms are the order of the day, while free Wi-Fi and the electric vehicle charger ensures that the finer details are accounted for. Families, couples and business travellers alike are catered for here.

Getting to your hotel in Worthing

Whether you’re searching for hotels on Worthing seafront or using your hotel as a base for hikes along the South Downs , there is an eclectic mix of accommodation options in and around this West Sussex town. Once you arrive at Worthing – it’s easy to get here by train – you can head to your hotel, kick off your shoes, and relax in your room before exploring all that’s on offer in this corner of the south coast.

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