The Russell Hotel is the ideal setting for a classic seaside break. With Portsmouth just down the coast to the west and Brighton to the east, the Russell provides the perfect base to enjoy all that this celebrated part of England has to offer.
The Russell Hotel has been in Aldwick, West Sussex since the 1940s. The original building was first built post-war and did not have enough en suite facilities and was demolished in 2000.
The new hotel was opened 1 November 2002 by Edward Hill, Chariman of Trustees at Action for Blind People and Barry Weatherill, Chairman of Guide Dogs for the Blind Association.
The new Russell Hotel building which opened in 2002 was the first purpose built hotel for visually impaired people. Blind and partially sighted people were consulted when the hotel was being planned to ensure accessibility issues were taken into consideration.
The Russell has a wide range of facilities and services to help make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.