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BEST WESTERN Bromley Court Hotel

Bromley Hill, Bromley, Outer London, Kent, BR1 4JD

Ratings & Awards


3 stars Hotels that are inspected by the AA for their level of service and facilities are reflected in the number of stars awarded.
Bronze CSR award from Green Tourism.

Hotel Amenities


  • Free Internet
  • Free parking onsite (80 spaces)
  • Gym
  • Pets Allowed
  • Jacuzzi
  • Parking On Site
  • Restaurants
  • Bars
  • Access For Disabled People
  • Lift
  • 24hr service
  • Hotel And Bedrooms All Completely Non Smoking

Hotel Information


Free Car Parking (80 spaces)


Railway station is Bromley South, trains go straight into Victoria, trains every 10 minutes with a journey of only 16 minutes on the direct train.


Get in touch


08445 76 76 76
*local rate

Attractions
near the BEST WESTERN Bromley Court Hotel, Bromley, Outer London


Lewisham People's Day

Held in Mountsfield Park, the Lewisham People's Day is a day-long community festival. Ska music, circus acts and art are all part of the fun - if that all seems too much, take a break in the real-ale tavern.

Available : Jul 2013 (annual)

Bethlem Royal Hospital Archives and Museum

The Bethlem Royal Hospital Archives and Museum showcases the amazing creativity of those who have suffered mental illness over the years - and gives us an unwelcome glimpse of the Victorian ways of treating it.

Available : Weekdays only

Eltham Palace

Set within moated gardens, Eltham Palace is the country's leading Art Deco attraction. A masterpiece of modern design, which is attached to the remaining Great Hall of the medieval royal palace, Eltham is a marvellous combination of the innovative and the traditional. The building is often overlooked by visitors to London, but is close enough to the centre of town to be worth the excursion.

Available : Mon, Tue, Wed, and Sun only

Diamond League Athletics - Grand Prix

The world's best athletes compete at the Aviva London Grand Prix at Crystal Palace National Sports Centre, part of the annual Diamond League Athletics series. Held over two days, the meeting features more different disciplines than any other Diamond League event.

Available : Aug 2013 (annual)

Horniman Museum

The Horniman Museum in South London has a host of exhibits exploring the cultures and environment of the world we live in. In the words of Sir David Attenborough, "This is one of the few museums in London that you can truly call a universal museum".

Available : Daily

New Horniman Aquarium

An aquatic voyage awaits you at the Horniman Museum this summer. The latest installation takes you through a number of aquatic ecosystems, from the exotic tropical coral reefs of Fiji to everyday British pond life. Expect to make acquaintance with creatures from around the world including jellyfish, British seahorses and tropical monkey frogs.

Available : Daily

Greenwich Park

The oldest royal enclosed park in London, Greenwich breathes charm with hilltop views over London, Baroque architecture and acres of parkland where fallow deer roam.

Available : Daily

Royal Observatory Greenwich

Home of Greenwich Mean Time and the Prime Meridian Line, the Royal Observatory is part of the Greenwich UNESCO site. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren in 1675, its striking domed building can be admired from across the park.

Available : Daily

Greenwich Beer & Jazz Festival

The Greenwich Beer & Jazz Festival brings together two summer faves - quality beer and good music - for the popular annual festival in the leafy gardens of Greenwich's Old Royal Naval College.

Available : May 2013 (annual)

Dulwich Picture Gallery

Described as "the most beautiful, small gallery in the world", with the building as fine as its contents, the Dulwich Picture Gallery was recently renovated and improved to make it even more of a must-see. Designed by Sir John Soane (1753-1837), building was the first purpose-built public art gallery in Britain.

Available : Daily

National Maritime Museum

The National Maritime Museum, set in London's Royal Greenwich Park, tells the story of Britain and the sea. Along with the Royal Observatory and the 17th-century Queen's House, the museum is part of the Maritime Greenwich UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Available : Daily

Discover Greenwich

Delve into Greenwich's royal and maritime past at Discover Greenwich. With temporary exhibitions, a learning room, themed permanent displays and loads of hands-on activities, the centre is a great place to begin exploring the World Heritage Site.

Available : Daily

Greenwich Ice Rink

Festive gliding comes to the banks of the Thames at Greenwich, with a real-ice rink in the spectacular grounds of the Old Royal Naval College. Stop for hot chocolate, mulled wine and mince pies at CafÃ?Æ'Ã?'Ã?â€?Ã?©Ice.

Available : Dec 2013 - Jan 2014 (annual)

International Playwriting Festival

New plays are brought to life at the Warehouse Theatre's annual International Playwriting Festival (IPF). Showcasing works from around the world, the event has become widely regarded as one of the best opportunities for ambitious new playwrights to gain exposure.

Available : Mar 2013 (annual)

The David Beckham Academy

The David Beckham Academy runs soccer training programmes for children throughout the year. Next-door to the O2 in Greenwich, it has two full-sized indoor pitches, educational and medical facilities. Adults can enjoy corporate programmes and an evening league.

Available : Daily

The Thames Barrier

The Thames Barrier was built to protect London from rising tides. Its space-age silver buttresses are worth a look at any time, even more so when the barrier is raised (about ten times a year) for routine maintenance.

Available : Daily

Carnaval del Pueblo

The Carnaval del Pueblo, a vibrant celebration of Latin American culture in London, salsas its way into Southwark's Burgess Park. More than 100,000 people come for the Latino party, which incorporates music, food, parades and arts and crafts stalls.

Available : Aug 2013 (annual)

Babalou

There's something slightly strange about going on a night out in a church but Babalou, located in the crypt of St Matthews in Brixton, pulls it off well with its cool Moroccan-style interior and classy crowds.

Available : Daily; not Mon or Tue

Human Rights Watch International Film Festival

The Human Rights Watch International Film Festival, held at London cinemas including Brixton's Ritzy Cinema, screens world and UK premières documenting the fight to highlight injustices inflicted against humanity. It is organised by the NGO Human Rights Watch.

Available : Mar 2013 (annual)

The Gun

The Gun is a legendary Isle of Dogs boozer boasting a terrace with views over the River Thames and the Millennium Dome. The menu features modern European dishes with a good selection of seafood dishes. The fish and shellfish are handpicked each morning by the chef and his team at nearby Billingsgate Market.

Available : Daily

Mass

Now under new management and recently refurbished, Mass, set in a converted church, has re-established itself as one of South London's hippest clubs.

Available : Mon, Tue, Wed, and Sun only

The O2

The former Millennium Dome has a new lease of life as The O2 music venue. London's most controversial building, close to Greenwich on the River Thames, now rocks to the sounds of superstar performers like Prince and Bruce Springsteen.

Available : Daily

Barclays ATP World Tour Finals

The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals brings together the best male tennis players of the season for a final showdown at London's O2 Arena. The likes of Roger Federer and Andy Murray slug it out for US$5 million in prize money.

Available : Nov 2013 (annual)

Queer Nation

One of London's most enduringly popular gay nights, Saturday's Queer Nation at The Annexe (formerly Substation South) is testament to the joys of simple, straightforward clubbing.

Available : Sat only

O2 Academy Brixton

The O2 Academy Brixton is an iconic venue on London's late-night scene, combining small-club charm with a large-capacity arena and extravagant design. It's little wonder that Madonna and the Rolling Stones have both graced the stage.

Available : Daily

UK B-Boy World Championships

An important date in the UK's hip-hop calendar, the UK B-Boy World Championships comes to London's 02 Academy Brixton. The world's best break-dancers go head-to-head in an electric atmosphere in front of 5000 fans.

Available : Oct 2013 (annual)

Plateau

Plateau is a classy Conran-designed restaurant on the 4th floor of Canada Place. Floor-to-ceiling windows give impressive views over Canary Wharf, while inside head chef Tim Tolley serves contemporary French delicacies such as diver-caught scallops and prawn roulade.

Available : Daily; not Sun

East Wintergarden

East Wintergarden, with its spectacular glass atrium, is the entertainment heart of the Docklands, with various events including comedy nights.

Available : Daily

ISS Canary Wharf Squash Classic

The ISS Canary Wharf Classic is among the top events on the international squash calendar. Attracting some of the world's best squash players, the event draws squash fans and City workers to Canary Wharf's spectacular glass East Wintergarden venue.

Available : Mar 2012 (annual)

Billingsgate Fish Market

Billingsgate Fish Market may not be the seafood mecca it once was - it is only processing a third of what it was 20 years ago - but is still Britain's main distribution point, servicing catches from Aberdeen to Penzance.

Available : Daily; not Mon

Museum of London Docklands

The Museum of London Docklands in West India Quay tells the story of the river and its people, from the arrival of the Romans to the rise of Canary Wharf. Thousands of articles capture the people and places behind the transformation.

Available : Daily

London Sugar and Slavery

The Museum in Docklands' new gallery, London Sugar and Slavery offers an insight into the world of slaves and their owners, with particular emphasis on London's role in the slave trade and later its abolition.

Available : Daily

1802

1802 is the bar, lounge and dining room of the Museum in Docklands and shares the museum's original warehouse premises. Cocktails are the order of the day after work when Canary Wharf's well-paid executives come to let off steam. It also serves substantial modern European dishes.

Available : Daily

London Triathlon

Watch sweaty contenders pumping their muscles at the London Triathlon, a gruelling trial concentrated around ExCeL London. There is a Super Sprint, a tougher Sprint, the Olympic Distance and the team relay Olympic and Sprint competitions.

Available : Sep 2013 (annual)

Grand Designs Live London

Get clued up on DIY matters at ExCel's Grand Designs Live London exhibition. The show takes inspiration from houses featured on the Grand Designs TV show, with ideas for kitchens, bathrooms, gardens and interiors.

Available : May 2013 (annual)

World Travel Market

The World Travel Market at ExCel London is the annual marketplace for the UK travel industry, open to trade only. The latest travel trends are debated as visitors attend seminars, one-to-one meetings and plenty of parties.

Available : Nov 2013 (annual)

Down House

Step into Charles Darwin's slippers and explore Down House, in which he wrote and researched his revolutionary On The Origin of Species series. Watch bees building their honeycomb or pace his Sandwalk path and come up with your own theories.

Available : Feb - Dec 2013 (annual)

Cafe Sol

Diners can munch on Mexican food and sip cocktails at Café Sol on Clapham High Street, before the chairs are cleared to make an improvised dance floor and old-school classics get everyone bopping.

Available : Daily

Prospect of Whitby Pub

For a quintessential London pub experience, the Prospect of Whitby in Wapping is the place. This ancient drinking den once entertained smugglers. Now, in less treacherous times, its panelled rooms with river views are the perfect place for a pint.

Available : Daily

Rude Boyz

Do you fancy a night with laddish, Essex-style boys who kick about in trainers and Adidas sweats but happen to be gay? Then Thursday's (men only) Rude Boyz, at Fire in Vauxhall, could be your scene.

Available : Thu only


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BEST WESTERN Bromley Court Hotel
Bromley Hill
Bromley, Outer London
Kent
BR1 4JD
Sat nav postcode:BR1 4JD

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