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The Hilton Brighton Metropole is a 4-star hotel and conference centre located on the seafront in Brighton, East Sussex (next to the Grand Hotel, which was bombed by the IRA during the 1984 Conservative Party Conference).

The architect was Alfred Waterhouse, who also was architect of University College London and the Natural History Museum.
Currently the UK's largest residential conference centre, it was built in 1890 and has 340 bedrooms. Since 2000, it has been operated by Hilton Hotels & Resorts (previously it operated under the Stakis brand), and previously owned by The Royal Bank of Scotland, its freehold is now owned by the Topland Group.
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