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Enjoy a taste of Brooklands motor racing history this luxury hotel situated on the historic circuit. Enjoy pampering treatments and track-side views from the spa's outdoor hot tub and huge panoramic windows. Bedrooms are a fusion of quirky motor-themed accessories and chic art deco design.


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Kathryn Liston
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OUR REVIEW

THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

You can't get any closer to the historic Brooklands motor circuit; the Solomon Straight runs right through the hotel, as quartz and granite floor tiles in the foyer illustrate. Weybridge railway station (35 minutes by train from Waterloo) and the A3 and M25 are ten minutes by car. Zoom around the track on a Mercedes Benz World driving experience and browse vintage cars and bicycles at Brooklands Motor Museum, both next door.

By car: just over 1 hour from London or Brighton and around 2 hours from Birmingham and Bristol. There is paid parking on-site.

By train: Weybridge is on a direct line from London Waterloo, the ride takes 40 minutes. The hotel is a 10-minute taxi ride from Weybridge station. Book trains to Weybridge.

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THE LOOK AND FEEL

The golden age of motor racing shines through at this modernist hotel with its headlight-themed lamp shades, motor-racing inspired artworks and huge bent wood sculpture hanging in the foyer. Executive-style rooms featuring blacks, reds and greys are named after former racing stars. Enormous chrome propellers hanging in the 1907 bar are a nod to Brooklands' past significance as an aerodrome too.

THE FACILITIES

All the staff are well trained, and it shows; our dinner reservation was changed without fuss despite the restaurant being full. The spa is the main facility. Car, spa packages, track and 4x4 driving experiences are available.

  • Bar
  • 2 AA Rosette restaurant
  • Spa
  • Gym
  • Outdoor hottub
  • Parking
  • Free Wi-Fi

BED AND BATH

Clean lines and panoramic windows predominate in contemporary executive-style rooms. King-sized beds have 100 per cent cotton sheets and winged faux-leather headboards; tiled bathrooms have speakers, powerful walk-in rain showers and heated mirrors. Suites and executive rooms also have baths and a balcony, if facing the track.

Room types: Deluxe, Deluxe Track Facing, Executive, Family, Track Facing Super Suite, Panoramic Suite with Balcony

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with walk-in rain shower, Pecksniff's toiletries, TV, free Wi-Fi

FOOD AND DRINK

Two AA rosette dining in the 1907 restaurant offers precision cooking and an eclectic menu - goat fish, prawn boudin with chicken and crab salad with tangy tamari dressing. The wine list is extensive, and the cavernous bar offers racing-themed cocktails. The breakfast buffet covers all hot and cold bases, including quality bacon and sausages.

1907 Restaurant: two AA Rosettes. Formal, contemporary British cuisine. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Mains from £14.95.

1907 Bar: 1920s glamour, classic bar food, afternoon tea, cocktails. Open Sun-Thur 12-10.30pm, Fri & Sat 12-11pm. Cocktails from £11, afternoon tea £24.95pp.

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