This coastal hotel is located on the beachfront in the sunny seaside location of Eastbourne. The world-famous Grand Hotel is offering PA Life Club members a chance to enjoy an overnight stay filled with delicious food and fabulous glasses of fizz.
On November 14, PA Life Club members will be given the opportunity to stay in the hotel and have use of its facilities.
On arrival from 3pm, members will be treated to afternoon tea before enjoying an evening of canapes, a tour of the facilities before enjoying dinner and a relaxing nights stay in some of the hotel’s stylish bedrooms.
In the morning, you’ll be treated to a full breakfast before leaving the hotel at 10am.
In a statement the hotel, said: “Affectionately known as The White Palace, the hotel commands breath-taking views of the sea and the dramatic cliffs at Beachy Head. From The Grand, the iconic Victorian Pier and Bandstand are situated in one direction, and the glorious Sussex downs in the other with far reaching views over the sea across to Beachy Head. Plus, with the town centre, rail station and theatre quarter within a few minutes’ from the hotel too, we are ideally located for exploring this charming corner of East Sussex.
“Few hotels offer such a complete range of leisure facilities including a luxury heated outdoor swimming pool and a choice of dining options that includes arguably the finest gourmet restaurant on the entire south coast. And even though we do like to be beside the seaside, we also know how to look after business people as well with a wide range of superb conference venue and business facilities, and no little expertise built up over many years. However, we believe it’s our unique blend of friendly service that’s just as important for bringing families, business people, young romantics and anniversary couples back to The Grand Hotel time and time again. Many of our staff have been with us for ten or twenty years or more which has built a consistent and knowledgeable service standard second to none. It’s as if they find The Grand just as hard to leave as our leisure guests and delegates do.”