DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dartford Bridge
Welcome to DoubleTree by Hilton Dartford Bridge, a stylish hotel at the ‘Gateway to London.’ Exploring the Kent countryside is a breeze from our hotel located just off the M25 motorway and only four miles from the premier Bluewater Shopping Centre. Travel to Central London in 17 minutes from the Ebbsfleet International rail station just five miles away.
We’ll greet you at check-in with a warm DoubleTree chocolate chip cookie. Settle into a spacious guest room with modern décor, an LCD TV, work desk and WiFi access. Deluxe rooms offer indulgent extras like a welcome plate, still and sparkling mineral water, bathrobes and slippers. Our suites provide a separate living area, coffee machine, and a later check-out time.
Enjoy international cuisine and views of the Dartford Bridge at QE2 Restaurant - perfect for celebrating special occasions or catching up on business. Our QE2 Bar has an extensive wine, beer and spirits list, and the QE2 Lounge is a great spot for specialty coffees, pastries and sandwiches. Exercise body and mind with a fully equipped fitness centre plus leisure facilities like a 15m swimming pool, spa bath, sauna and steam room.
Planning an event? Guests have a choice of eight meeting and conference rooms, all well-equipped and newly refurbished. The Queen Elizabeth Suite is particularly impressive for larger events, boasting natural light and a private bar. Ask our friendly staff about event packages and catering options.
Our hotel’s superb location places guests near many things to do in Dartford. The Bluewater Shopping Centre - home to hundreds of stores and dozens of restaurants - is 10 minutes away, and Lakeside Shopping Centre is just five miles. Explore the beautiful countryside at one of Dartford’s nature parks, or visit the historic Dockyard Chatham. Play a round at Birchwood Golf Course, or see motor races at the Brands Hatch Circuit. Just a few miles further is Leeds Castle and Central London is 30 minutes away.
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This page was last updated: 13 February 2017