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Brooklands Hotel

Brooklands Drive, Weybridge, KT13 0SL, United Kingdom | 01932335700 | Website

Disabled Traveller visits historic motor race track


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This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Walking Aid, Wheelchair, Powerchair, Mobility Scooter


WE HAVE OFFERED TWO REVIEWS OF BROOKLANDS HOTEL FOR YOU, OUR HOTEL REVIEW, AND IN PART TWO, THE SPA AND HEALTH CLUB. This five star luxury hotel is a joy to be seen, with art deco interiors, contemporary architecture, having all the mod cons you could wish for, and something to behold, and it certainly has become well known for its stylish, elegant interiors. With one of the best known restaurants in Surrey, the 1920’s 2AA rosette 1907 restaurant and its bar is just the place to dine, or perhaps enjoy their afternoon tea on the terrace, or simply relax over coffee and watch the world go by as you admire the ambience and glamour of the 20’s and 30’ unusual features around you, based on the theme of the first and famous motor racing circuit on Brooklands, opened in 1907 (the TV Downton Abbey used this track for scenes in their production) but the original track closed in 1939, but still in use today as the test track for Mercedes-Benz. You can enjoy re-living the past of this historical track by visiting Brooklands museum, situated right alongside the hotel, then you can choose to visit either the Mercedes-Benz world museum /cars) or the Brooklands museum (aircraft, including Concord ) or go and visit the London bus museum (transport). A bit expensive to see all three, but it will be a full days viewing to enjoy all of them to the full. OUR REVIEW We were grateful for the use of our sat NAV to get us to Brooklands, and then found a large car park available for us by the hotel (photo 1) with the Mercedes-Benz world museum across the road from us, and a view of the old famous racing track (photo 2). The modern Brooklands hotel looked inviting (3) and a number of disabled bays were available close to the hotel entrance, and outside the 1907 restaurant (4). The level entry had a sliding automatic door (5) taking us into a wide opened area (6) for the reception desk (photo 7) Where we were greeted by a friendly and helpful receptionist, who quickly arranged for staff to come and show us around the hotel, (And it’s here you MUST REGISTER YOUR CAR to avoid any fine) and we saw what they meant by displaying the unusual but attractive decorations and implements that line the hotel area (8) and ahead we found the bar area for 1907 restaurant (9) and a warm polished wooden floor offered plenty of space to push around the wheelchair (10) with comfortable leather seating and polished tables (11) that guided our eyes towards the well stocked bar (12) and coffee bar, where we were quickly served with a welcoming hot drink (13). The entry into restaurant lay open for us (14) and looked rather posh and most certainly a dining area we would consider if having time later for lunch (15) and again with plenty of room to be able to get wheelchair to the table (16) with a decent selection of wines and spirits on display (17). Disabled toilets were close by just beyond the tables (18) and these were spotlessly clean, modern facilities, and enough room for wheelchair to be taken inside cubicle if needed and to be spun around (19). So all in all, the hotel was living up to its reputation worthy of its 5 stars given, and what was pleasing is that the exit from the bar area itself had a door leading right out to the parked disabled cars for disable use (photo 20). OUR FINAL THOUGHTS This is a very nice hotel, interesting, beautifully decorated throughout, a safe place, and very clean wherever you go, with pleasant staff who are willing to support you. We certainly recommend this hotel, you will be comfortable here.

Transport & Parking


Interesting drive to get to hotel, and once there we found a large car park with disabled bays close to hotels entrance



It’s all on the level for you, easy to move around, and a lift is provided. Lots of seating as you get around the hotel.



It was handy and easy to find, plenty of room inside and we could spin the chair in there.



Reception was especially helpful, and the young lady that escorted us as we viewed the hotel was very kind and helpful, made our visit interesting as we prepared to review this lovely hotel.


Hotel car park View from the hotel Car park for the health club Hotel Outside entrance to the health club Lobby Hotel reception Ceiling decoration Entrance to health club Lobby Seating area at health club reception Bar Coffee machine Restaurant entrance Restaurant Tables and chairs Tables and chairs Door Toilet Health club car park

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