The property features 31 “uniquely designed” private rooms, suites and shared rooms.
Designed to reflect Brighton’s ocean-front location and the city’s “creative spirit”, interior designer Tola Ojuolape collaborated with Selina’s workshop team, using materials that “represent and embrace” the community.
It added that the stylish lobby area will also be an “exciting” social space for guests and locals, featuring a sizable retail space as well.
Selina said: “Located on Brighton’s idyllic seafront, Selina’s latest opening sits amongst a vibrant hub of boutique shops, cafes, bars and attractions, and overlooks the iconic West Pier as well as the i360 British Airways Tower.
“With a view nothing short of spectacular, guests are able to experience a range of activities on Selina Brighton’s doorstep such as stand up paddle boarding and yoga, and are also just a short walk from the mainline station which takes them into London in less than an hour.”