Historic Bromley Court Hotel revamped after £2m investment

By Hannah Thompson contact

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The Garden Restaurant
The Garden Restaurant
A historic independent hotel that played host to Jimi Hendrix, David Bowie and William Pitt the Younger has been relaunched after a £2m refurbishment.

The 117-bedroom Bromley Court Hotel in Kent has revamped the majority of its interior, including the 180-cover Garden Restaurant, lounge, reception, and meeting rooms capable of hosting up to 190 guests. The hotel’s signage has also been refreshed.

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All meeting rooms have been renamed after famous historic guests, including the William Pitt Room and the Macmillan Room, named after former prime ministers; and rooms named after David Bowie and Jimi Hendrix, as well as the Leona Room after Leona Frankel, former manager and a late aunt of the site’s current chairman.

The site focused on Kent-based designers for its new project, which also prompted the creation of a new website.

The hotel was first built as a country estate for Baron Farnborough in the 1800s, whose regular visitors at the time included King George IV. Nowadays, bedrooms start at £80 per night.

Max Ball, managing director, said: “It has been very exciting for all the team to see the hotel transform and we are delighted to share it with our guests. We have used local Kent-based designers who have been true to the hotel’s heritage while at the same time successfully modernising its interior.”

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