Brompton sits in the prestigious borough of Kensington and is packed full of gorgeous architecture and interesting attractions.
The area has a strong literary and artistic heritage, with modern Brompton still a haven of galleries and coffee shops.
London Kensington (Olympia)
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The Victoria and Albert Museum is one of Brompton's main tourist attractions, with the building housing the world's largest collection of decorative arts and design. The museum was originally established in 1852 and displays some of the best examples of Italian Renaissance and Eastern Asian objects in Europe.
The Natural History Museum is another exciting place for guests of Premier Inn's Brompton hotel to visit during their stay. The site's 70 million items are displayed across five main collections, giving holidaymakers an insight into the creatures that have roamed the Earth throughout its history.
Tourists staying in a Brompton hotel will also be able to easily access the vibrant Portobello Road and indulge in its unique cultural attractions. Every Saturday the area hosts the Portobello Road Market, which is famous for its vibrant second-hand antique and clothes stalls.