Bromley, which was formerly a part of Kent, has flourished since it was incorporated into London and is now one of the city's major retail hubs.
The area is blessed with a wide variety of things to do, with Bromley's attractions enticing both national and international tourists to its suburbs.
London Bromley hotel opening September 2018
Perfect location from all of Bromley’s best bits – from the High Elms Country Park to Christmas Tree Farm and the Churchill Theatre. See what’s new from your high street favourites at The Glades, cheer on your team at Selhurst Park or head into Central London to see the sights – the choice is yours.
London Croydon South (A212)
London Croydon Town Centre
London Croydon (Purley A23)
London Tower Bridge
London City (Tower Hill)
London Southwark (Bankside)
London Southwark (Tate Modern)
One of the most visited attractions in Bromley is the intricately designed Churchill Theatre. Built in the style of a European opera house, the venue is a cultural hotspot in Bromley and has staged some of the best touring productions in the country.
Premier Inn guests who enjoy shopping will be well placed to enjoy Intu Bromley, the area's largest retail centre. The centre has 135 stores, with popular labels such as New Look, French Connection and Marks & Spencers attracting hundreds of thousands of shoppers each year.
Holidaymakers interested in the history of the area will be able to indulge their curiosity at Bromley Museum. Through a series of permanent and temporary exhibitions, the museum tells the story of the borough and also hosts a series of year round family events about Bromley.