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Guests staying on a Bed & Breakfast Package are most welcome to dine in our Devonshire Restaurant for an extra charge. Bookings can be made through our Reservations Department or upon arrival. Subject to availability.
Please note, when guests who have given a Credit card to guarentee their reservation arrive at the hotel they will be asked for payment on arrival. Any guests who have pre paid for the reservation in advance will be asked for a credit card for a £25.00 pre-authorisation payment in respect of any incidentals on arrival. We do hope you will appreciate the necessity for this procedure.
Bedrooms : 102
Please note that the hotel has an on going refurbishment programme. Recently refurbished rooms are subject to availability and not guarenteed when making your reservation.
Children: Please note that children are accommodated free of charge if using existing bedding. Please note that we do have Zbeds but not all rooms can accommodate them and must be confirmed by the hotel. We also have a great kids menu. Please click here to view it.
Children under 5 years old are free of charge for breakfast.
Garages: 22 private (lock-up) at a nominal fee. Please note that our garages have a height clearance of 6ft2, they are 15ft7 in length and 7ft4 in width. (these are approx. measurements)
Dogs are not allowed in the public rooms with the exception of the large writing lounge and owners are held responsible for any damage they may cause. The Charge is £10.00 per dog, per day (no food supplied).
Conference : 7 meeting rooms, the largest of which accommodates 90 people theatre style.
Corporate Social Responsibility or C.S.R - What is it?
One simple definition is that CSR is about how businesses and organisations, no matter how big or small, manage themselves to produce an overall positive impact on society and the environment.
The BEST WESTERN Lansdowne Hotel recognises that we have an obligation to CSR and it is our declared policy to carry out all reasonably practical measures to improve environmental performance.
For further details on the hotel's access statement, please click on the following link- Access Statement.
We have undertaken the following to enhance the environment and our local society:
There is always more we can do and this list is constantly updated to ensure we do all we can to minimise our carbon footprint. We want to make sure our impact on the planet is a positive one.
East Sussex County Council have succeeded in imposing parking charges throughout Eastbourne Town Centre and along the seafront.
These charges run from 8.00 a.m. until 6.00 p.m. seven days a week.
East Sussex County Council have now revised their parking scheme as far as hotel guests are concerned.
There is street parking available at the hotel, which is metered daily between 8am and 6pm, the hotel has daily permits which can be purchased at reception for £1 per day.
Parking controls have been suspended for Winter. From Jevington Gardens towards Beachy Head, restrictions have been lifted.
Parking on Jevington Gardens and Compton Street behind the hotel remains free at this point in time, but it will of course be difficult to find spaces.
The hotel leases 18 garages at the rear of the hotel and rents these out to guests at a nightly charge.
The garages are available on a first come first served basis, and can be reserved at the time of booking your room.
Blue badge holders continue to be able to park for free in any pay and display areas for an unlimited time as long as their blue badge is on show correctly.
Please note that the hotel does not accept any responsibility for any vehicles that may incur a fine.
For further information on parking and a map of parking restrictions please visit Eastbourne Borough Council's website.