Visitor accommodation

Royal Brompton Hospital accommodation

Accommodation for patients' relatives or visitors is available within a five minute walk of the hospital buildings on South Parade. 

Charges per room per night, including VAT, are:

  • double room (for two people) - £68.00

  • single room (for one person) - £52.00

(prices as of 1 April 2020)

Reservations

Please make a reservation as our facilities are limited and demand is high. We are sometimes able to meet requests at short notice and are usually able to find accommodation for relatives in the case of an emergency admission.

To make a booking please telephone:

0207 351 8044 or internal number 8044 between Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm. 

Accommodation reception is located on South Parade.

The facilities are not suitable for children under 16 and accommodation bookings for children are only accepted by the discretion of the Trust.

To guarantee a booking we will need to have details of your debit/credit card or have received a cheque deposit in advance. We accept all major debit and credit cards. Please have this information ready when you call us.

Who can stay

Facilities are intended for short-term use by the immediate family and by inpatients' next of kin.

The facilities are not suitable for children under 16 and accommodation bookings for children are only accepted at our discretion.  

Facilities

  • Welcome tea and coffee
  • Welcome toiletry pack
  • Laundry room
  • Shared bathroom and kitchen

For further information on the facilities please refer to the booklet Information for visitors, which you will find in your room and on the guest information board on the accommodation notice board.

Reception opening hours

Monday to Friday
9am - 5pm

Terms and conditions of stay

Details of the Terms and Conditions of Stay can be obtained from

  • The accommodation office on arrival
  • Posted outside the accommodation office
  • On the Trust intranet.

Harefield Hospital accommodation

Accommodation for patients' relatives or visitors is available in Parkwood House, a short walk from the main hospital buildings. Please go to the main hospital reception when you arrive and ask for directions. 

Charges per room per night, including VAT, are:

  • double room for two people - £66.00
  • single room for one person - £52.00 

(prices as of 1 April 2020)

Reservations

Please make a reservation as our facilities are limited and demand is high. We are sometimes able to meet requests even at short notice and are usually able to find accommodation for relatives in the case of an emergency admission.

To make a booking, please telephone:

01895 828 823 or internal number ext.5823 between Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm

The facilities are not suitable for children under 16 and accommodation bookings for children are only accepted by the discretion of the Trust.

To guarantee a booking we will need to have details of your debit/credit card or have received a cheque deposit in advance. We accept all major debit and credit cards. Please have this information ready when you call us.

Who can stay

Facilities are intended for short-term use by patients attending outpatient clinics, by the immediate family and by inpatients' next of kin. 

Accommodation staff can also provide information on local alternatives which have been recommended by other relatives and visitors.

The facilities are not suitable for children under 16, and accommodation bookings for children are only accepted by the discretion of the Trust.

Facilities

  • All rooms have en suite facilities 
  • A welcome tea and coffee, and toiletry pack
  • Welcome toiletry pack
  • Television lounge on the top floor
  • Mini fridges

For more information, please refer to the booklet 'information for visitors’ which you will find in your room and on the guest information board at Parkwood Reception.

Reception opening hours

Monday to Friday
8am to 4pm

Terms and conditions of stay

Details of the Terms and Conditions of Stay can be obtained from

  • The accommodation office on arrival
  • Posted outside the accommodation office
  • On the Trust intranet.

Visitors receiving benefits

If a visitor receives any of the following:

  • Employment support allowance

  • Income support

  • Pension credit

They may be entitled to a special rate on their room.They should bring their benefits book with them to show the accommodation staff so they can help further.