The Ardington Hotel, established in 1928, is situated in Worthing town centre overlooking Steyne Gardens. The 45 bedrooms are carefully designed to accommodate the needs of business executives and leisure guests alike.
Chatsworth Hotel is Worthing's oldest and largest hotel, family run now for four generations. Located in the centre of town opposite Steyne gardens and adjacent to the seafront, they have 97 en-suite bedrooms.
Findon Manor Hotel
In the Sussex countryside and on the slopes of the South Downs Way, Findon Manor offers guests a tranquil country retreat on the outskirts of Worthing.
Premier Inn is a modern seafront hotel that’s close to the town centre and looks out over the sea and beach.
The Burlington Hotel
Built during the Victorian Era, in 1864, The Burlington Hotel, Worthing, occupies an idyllic position on the promenade. With some bedrooms overlooking the sea, this hotel has beautiful character with a modern twist.
The Highdown was built in 1820 as the family home of the Lyons family in a beautiful spot that enjoys views towards the downs on one side and the sea to the other. In 1909 the house and surrounding grounds were bought by Major Stern and his wife. From that date until Sir Frederick’s death […]
Travelodge hotel is down the promenade from Worthing Pier with all rooms featuring a king size bed.
Windsor Hotel is a 2-minute walk from the beach and 1 mile from Worthing Pier. Situated in a quiet location, all 30 of the hotel rooms are ideal for business or leisure trips.