World Horror Convention 2010 Announces Hotel Booking Info

From Stephen Jones:

The World Horror Convention 2010 is being hosted in the historic seaside city of Brighton, East Sussex, on the picturesque south coast of England. A popular year-round destination for holidaymakers and sightseers from all over the world, we have negotiated exclusive rates with three local hotels that we believe offer remarkable value for money and should appeal to all types of budgets:


ROYAL ALBION HOTEL
The main convention hotel is the Royal Albion Hotel, opposite Brighton’s iconic Palace Pier on the seafront. A private home from the mid-1700s until the early 19th century, the elegant four-storey exterior underwent major renovation in 2009.

RAMADA BRIGHTON
For those who want modern sophistication, and don’t mind a fifteen-minute walk along the seafront (or a few minutes’ cab ride) to the convention, there is the Ramada Brighton, which offers a blend of 19th century elegance and modern décor.

ROYAL YORK HOTEL
Located right next door to the Royal Albion Hotel, with only a couple of minutes’ walk between them, the Royal York Hotel is a Grade II* listed Georgian building that boasts lavish, yet classic décor inspired by the area’s Regency heritage.

Detailed information about all these hotels is now available on our website www.whc2010.org along with electronic and printable reservation forms. Rooms are limited, and will be allocated on a first-come basis. Hotel rates quoted are per room (up to two persons occupancy) and include Full English breakfast and all taxes.

PLEASE NOTE: These rates are ONLY available for registered members of the convention. If you are not a member of the convention yet, or attempt to book the hotels directly, you will NOT receive our special discounts. Convention attendees are responsible for settling their own account with the hotel of their choice. You can reserve your booking by credit card or cheque, and pay by cash in full or register your credit card upon arrival.

For those who want more sophisticated accommodation or are attending on a limited budget, there are plenty of alternatives in the immediate surroundings, ranging from luxury boutique hotels to simple Bed & Breakfast services. You can find out more information by going online at  www.visitbrighton.com/site/accommodation . If you have any questions, or need help with your booking, please contact: hotels@whc2010.org