Serviced Apartments Bromley

Top Serviced Apartments in Bromley

Bromley, or the London Borough of Bromley, is a neighborhood that’s a part of the Greater London Area. It is relatively in close proximity to all the action of London, yet far enough to be calm and quiet. With its numerous single-family houses and small-town-like characters, this neighborhood has over time become a place of respite away from the hustle and bustle of the city of London. The eponymous Bromley Park in the center is surrounded by stately homes and there’s so much greenery that one would want to rest in these quiet surreal surroundings after an action-packed day in the trendy hotspots of London. It is no wonder why serviced apartments in Bromley are so sought after in this area of Greater London.

Top serviced apartments in Bromley:

  • 2 Bedroom Simpson’s House in Bromley
  • The Bow Mews
  • Wellesley Apartments near West Croydon
  • Rutland Gardens
  • Fairfield Road

Each one of our Serviced Apartments in Bromley comes equipped with all the amenities that travelers need for an absolutely perfect stay. They get to enjoy a cozy bedroom for ample rest, attached bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen to cook one’s healthy hearty meal, and a complimentary WiFi to connect with friends and family.



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Where to Stay in Bromley

Bromley is not a very large area. Surrounded by Downham in the north, Dartford in the east, Hayes in the south, and Beckenham towards the west, this small yet peaceful neighborhood are where the action is. With over 100 restaurants, where you can try Chinese or sumptuous Italian food, and other shopping areas with boutique stores, the community life is great in Bromley. No matter which part of Bromley you stay in, you are always within a walking distance to the North and South Bromley Stations. Also within walking distance are Bromley Park, A222 Road, Widmore Road, and the East and West Streets, where all the action is.

Facts About Bromley

Bromley is the largest borough of Greater London. Quite fascinating and popular, this is a neighborhood that will intrigue many. A few facts of the area can be found below:

  • Bromley was historically a market town since the year 1158 and was also a parish in Kent county.
  • The first charter however dates back to 862 AD given to the village of Bromley
  • The parish church of Bromley was destroyed by German bombings in 1941, only to be restored later. 
  • Unlike other boroughs, Bromley does not have a London Underground rail system. It however has several railway stations served by London Overground, Thameslink, Southeastern, and Southern.

Weather in Bromley

Being close to London, notorious for its untimely spells of rain, Bromley too has similar weather. However, the best time to visit Bromley is between the months of June to September when the weather you will experience is mostly pleasant and sunny with an average temperature ranging between 20 - 25 degrees Celsius (68F - 77F). July is the warmest month while the coldest is February. Avoid October if you are not a fan of the rains.

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