Brooklands Hotel takes great inspiration from its racetrack history. Located overlooking the racetrack at Mercedes-Benz World, this striking hotel is a short walk from aircraft and motorsports exhibits at the Brooklands Museum. With an iconic, art deco inspired interior, the world’s most historic motor racing track running through the reception, a critically acclaimed chef, spa facilities, and fitness centre the luxury Brooklands Hotel in Weybridge, Surrey has to be seen to be believed. Proud of its historic location Brooklands Hotel aptly named their restaurant after the year the world famous, Brooklands racetrack was built and opened. The 1907 restaurant, bar & grill and cocktail bar offers a stylish experience that is modern and contemporary in both ambience and service delivery within a 1920’s and 30’s décor inspired setting.
This is a one night stay for two people, including breakfast
The minimum age for this experience is 18 years old. This weekend break is available Friday to Sunday, subject to availability, throughout the year. Availability is limited for a Saturday a night stay.
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