Car Parks in Brighton
Car Parks in Brighton
Because it stands on the seafront, The Royal Albion Hotel does not have car-parking facilities, although there is a short-term pay-and-display parking area just outside the main entrance for loading and unloading.

For those travelling to the convention by car, Brighton & Hove City Council operate numerous on-street pay-and-display parking spaces (which means you will have to move your vehicle to another bay after a certain amount of time).

There are also a number of secure off-street car parks in the vicinity of the hotel. We would recommend:
Regency Square
Location: Regency Square
Brighton BN1 2FJ
Tel: 01273 292298
Car Park Type: Underground Pay on Foot
Opening Hours: 24-hour
If you are arriving in Brighton via the coast road, this is the first major car park you will encounter.
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The Lanes
Location: Black Lion Street
Brighton BN1 1ND
Tel: 01273 292244
Car Park Type: Multi-Storey Pay on Foot
Number of Spaces: 200
Opening Hours: 24-hour
Height Restriction: 1.9m
12 hours: £15.00
24 hours: £15.00
Evening (06:00pm–12:00 midnight): £3.00
Night (12:00 midnight–09:00am): £5.00

NCP Car Park Brighton Theatre
Location: Church Street
Brighton BN1 1UW
Tel: 0845 050 7080
Car Park Type: Multi-Storey Pay on Foot
Number of Spaces: 587
Disabled Bays: 4
Opening Hours: 24-Hour
Height Restriction: 2.0 m
Passenger lifts : 3
Accepts credit cards
Per Day: £15.00

Regency Secure Parking
Location: 1 Regency Mews
Brighton BN1 2HF
Daily (07:00am–06:00pm): £6.00
Overnight: £10.00
Weekend Rate: £20.00
Regency Secure Parking are located in Regency Mews which is behind Regency Square in the centre of Brighton.
Regency Square is the square directly opposite the West Pier (the old one) and, as such, is a great landmark for finding the convention.

Please note that all the above information is subject to change without notice.

Blue Badge Parking Parking for People with Disabilities

Parking concessions are made available to Blue Badge holders. Badge holders may park with a valid disabled badge displayed on the dash board or facia panel, where it can be clearly read through the front windscreen:
   and a clock displayed for up to three hours on a single or double yellow line (so long as no loading restrictions are in force) The clock must be set to show the time of arrival.
    without time limit at a pay and display parking bay.
    in a designated disabled bay.

Badge holders must not park:
    where loading is prohibited.
    wholly or partly on the footway.
    at a suspended or out of order parking place.
    in permit holder only parking bays.
    if the badge is not displayed so that it can been seen clearly then a penalty charge notice may be issued and in some cases the vehicle removed to the city car pound.