Our girl Hannah Tan-Gillies went to check out Brama, Bromley’s newest and only boutique hotel.

Designed as a home away from home for the modern traveller, Brama has everything you need for a Southern home base. Whether you’re looking for a place to recharge before exploring the town, or a restful night’s sleep before a big pitch, Brama combines local flair with luxury as you like it.

This stunning hotel has 23 beautifully designed rooms that are cosy, contemporary and totally comfortable. The interiors draw from the Bromley community itself and is part of a major renovation of Bromley Old Town Hall, bringing new life to the much-loved historical building.

Hotel room in brama

Steeped in history, the Old Town Hall officially opened in 1907, and has since played host to the wedding of David Bowie, the local seat of government, and even provided shelter in the event of a nuclear fallout during World War II. Its foundations were laid in 1906 and it was extended multiple times before sadly becoming vacant. The re-opening of Bromley Old Town Hall signals a reinvigoration of the building’s spirit and a renewal of its purpose.

From design to delivery, service to sustainability, every detail has been considered in the development of Bromley Old Town Hall, resulting in a space where collaboration and community can come to life. The building’s original breath-taking art deco design still runs throughout; Brama features subtle architectural nods to the era, incorporating modern elements for a comfortable stay.

The design-led hotel is perfectly positioned for locals, visitors and city workers alike, in the heart of Greater London’s most up-and-coming destination, Bromley was recently named the best area of London to live in.

We love flexible working space Clockwise and all-day restaurant Dorothy and Marshall – great for laptop warriors like us. located in the courthouse of the former Bromley Old Town Hall, Dorothy and Marshall pays homage to the building’s beautiful history and has an incredible menu of elevated British classics. With rooms starting at only £109 and a location close to all of Bromley’s cultural attractions – there simply isn’t a better place to stay in town.

Pudding in Dorothy & Marshall

For more information check out https://bramahotels.com/

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