Three photographs of the hotel and neighbouring buildings. I can only guess at the date, which I would put at about 1870. The hotel was opened about 1935, the first proprietor being William Hallett, later Mayor of Brighton in 1855. It was named after the Marquess of Bristol. Mr Hallett founded Kemp Town Brewery and after the sale of the hotel, he lived in the adjoining house, Hamden House, 142 Marine Parade. The Bristol Hotel was closed in 1935 and converted into flats known as Bristol Court.

Image Reference: JG_06_085.tif
Date: c.1870
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 110x58
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: No comment

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