greenwich observatoryGreenwich Observatory is one of those places on most people’s “Must See” list. It’s the place where you can take the time to stand on the Prime Meridian-where East meets West. A once in a lifetime experience! The Royal Observatory is famous for being the place where longitude and Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) were founded.

The Observatory consists of several buildings that were commissioned by King Charles II to study astronomy. The oldest building is Flamsteed House, designed by Christopher Wren and built in 1675. Flamsteed House was home to the Royal astronomers and today you can take a glimpse at their private quarters, see the time ball in action and explore artefacts associated with time and the importance of time in our lives.
So, if it’s on your list why not make a really memorable experience and tie it in with a luxury break at our beautiful hotel in Bromley? Of course the Royal Observatory is just one of the Royal Museums located in Greenwich, the others being The National Maritime Museum, The Cutty Sark and The Queen’s House.

Far too many things to do all in one day. so taking a two or three night break with us here at Bromley Court will give you more than enough time to see all the sights at your own pace. We are currently offering 25% off an overnight stay with breakfast included, and a Bromley Signature Cocktail on arrival. This offer is subject to availability and valid until 31st March 2017.

Our hotel has a range of dining options served in our Garden Restaurant, the lounge and garden bar with a range of casual and formal choices from our a la carte and fixed price menus focused on contemporary British and European Cuisine. Our menus are superb… You will love our food in The Garden Restaurant. During his career, our Head Chef, Stephen Clark has cooked for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and for the Embassies of Japan, Russia and Saudia Arabia …..Stephen also personally planned and cooked at the wedding of Jools Holland the Jazz Musician.

We look forward to welcoming you here at one of the most historic Hotels in Kent.