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Overview

The Grand Hotel is one of the UK's most magnificent Victorian hotels. Situated on the seafront at Eastbourne, it dominates the shoreline and enjoys a stunning outlook over the sea and, to the right, the cliffs at Beachy Head. Built in 1875, it has welcomed many of the good and the great over the years including, Winston Churchill, Charlie Chaplin and Elgar. 

The Mirabelle opened in 1989 being named after its famous sister Restaurant in Curzon Street, London, which was at the time under the same ownership and is the fine dining restaurant at The Grand Hotel. Immediately after opening its doors, the Restaurant gained an enviable reputation and is featured in many fine dining guides as a consistent entry year on year.

Membership benefits are also available in The Garden Restaurant at this property. See The Garden Restaurant for details.

Part of Elite Hotels : Tylney Hall Hotel & Gardens in Hampshire, Ashdown Park Hotel & Country Club in West Sussex and Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf & Spa in Bedfordshire.
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Opening hours

Tuesday to Saturday for Lunch from 12.30pm - 2pm and Dinner from 7pm - 10pm

What we love

  • Restaurant with rooms (Hotel)
  • Fine dining
  • Private dining

CLUB OFFER AVAILABLE HERE

Members-only

To access this offer you will need to be a club member.

Club members enjoy additional privileges and savings when dining at over 400 listed Club properties.

Contact details

Awards & Cuisine

  • 2 AA
  • Modern European
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